With four days left until election days—here are three polls, from this week, that should be on your radar.
My must read of the day is “A Tiny Alaskan Island Halfway To Russia Could Decide Control of The Senate,” in Talking Points Memo.
In a piece Friday morning, Politico writes that three of the “big Senate races” are breaking toward Republican candidates. If you look at the latest headlines about each state, it seems like they’re right.
A super PAC with ties to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) and financed by liberal billionaires from New York and Washington, D.C., is dropping huge sums to help reelect a vulnerable Democratic senator who has decried out-of-state influence in the race.
A Super PAC in support of Sen. Mark Begich (D., Ala.) is attacking his Republican opponent for having a home out of Alaska despite the fact that Begich himself owns a home in Washington, D.C.