GOP House Candidates Take Fundraising Lead

Republican House candidates are outraising their opponents, but entered the final weeks of the midterm elections with smaller cash reserves than Democratic incumbents in some of the country’s most competitive races. In 46 seats now held by Democrats and rated … Continued


Alaska Senate Race May Make for Long Election Night

Those of us hoping to get a good night’s sleep on Nov. 2 might not be pleased with the latest developments in the Alaska Senate race, where polls suggest a drop in support for the Republican nominee, Joe Miller. That could … Continued


Pushing Back Washington: A Look At Races For Attorney General

The concept of Federalism and the relationship between citizens, the states and the federal government has moved from wonkish policy debates to a battle touching all Americans in the ongoing court cases over health care mandates, immigration enforcement, environmental restrictions, … Continued



The GOP’s Road To 51: Nevada

This is the fourth in a series of articles looking at the races most likely to determine whether Republicans capture or Democrats hold the majority in the U.S. Senate after Election Day. Perhaps we have this all wrong. Perhaps a strong … Continued


Rasmussen: Boxer Up 3 On Fiorina In California Senate Race

Incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer continues to hold the slightest of leads over Republican challenger Carly Fiorina in California’s U.S. Senate race. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in California shows Boxer with 49% support and Fiorina with … Continued




Is the GOP Overconfident? Three Midterm Challenges

Michael Duffy of Time penned an article highlighting three remaining challenges Republicans must overcome to make significant gains on November 2nd: 1.  Past Their Peak? A number of top GOP consultants said last week that it is possible — not … Continued