Rep. Cory Gardner defeated Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Udall to win the Colorado Senate race Tuesday evening.
Republican candidate Rep. Tom Cotton bested incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor in the Arkansas Senate race on Tuesday, securing a victory in one of the most competitive and closely watched battles of the 2014 midterms.
My must read of the day is “Democrats in Arkansas feel good about their early voting numbers. Republicans feel even better,” in the Washington Post.
With four days left until election days—here are three polls, from this week, that should be on your radar.
Embattled Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts’ ground game is getting a big boost from pro-life Kansans.
A top labor watchdog is telling voters that Democrats in some of the nation’s most competitive Senate races are servants of labor unions.
After pulling out of the Kentucky Senate race one week ago, the DSCC is back in it with a small ad buy.
Arkansas Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor argued that the federal government’s desegregation of Arkansas’s largest public school in 1957 was an “unwilling invasion” that took “a local problem out of the local authorities’ hands” and led to deep suspicions of democracy in the state, according to a copy of his college thesis obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Something peculiar has happened. As I write, none of the Republican candidates for Senate has become a public embarrassment. On the contrary: For the first time in a decade, it is the Democratic candidates, not the Republican ones, who are fodder for late-night comics. That the Democrats are committing gaffes and causing scandals at a higher rate than Republicans not only may be decisive in the battle for the Senate. It could signal a change in our politics at large.