Mark Udall

GOP Wave Deals Blow to Tom Steyer

Steyer went three-and-four, but the details are even worse for billionaire environmentalist

Tom Steyer and environmentalist groups backed by millions of dollars in his personal fortune were dealt a significant blow on Tuesday in races including Colorado’s Senate contest, where Republican Rep. Cory Gardner unseated incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.

Gardner Wins Colorado

Support from Steyer not enough for Udall

Rep. Cory Gardner defeated Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Udall to win the Colorado Senate race Tuesday evening.

SEIU’s Day of the Dead Voter

Ad asks Mexicans to turnout to ‘honor our ancestors’

Labor giant Service Employees International Union is exploiting All Soul’s Day to drive Hispanic turnout in the midterm elections.

Big Labor’s Servants

Right to work group highlights Democrats Landrieu, Pryor, Warner, Hagan, Udall, Braley, Orman, Weiland, and Grimes

A top labor watchdog is telling voters that Democrats in some of the nation’s most competitive Senate races are servants of labor unions.

Dem GOTV Group Caught on Camera Endorsing Voter Fraud

Hidden camera video shows the director of Work for Progress backing plans to cast fraudulent ballots

A top official at a Democratic get-out-the-vote outfit working to reelect Sen. Mark Udall (D., Colo) appears to endorse voter fraud in a hidden camera video released on Wednesday.

Democracy Alliance Dark Money Network Spends Millions for Udall

Colorado Democrat professes distaste for dark money groups as they work to reelect him

Mark UdallLeft-wing groups backed by a secretive liberal donor network have poured large sums into a key U.S. Senate race even as the Democrat in that race decries the corrosive influence of “dark money” in American politics.

The Macaca Democrats

Column: Why the GOP Is Winning Election 2014

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.