Both are big-time underdogs. But each one could benefit from having the other on the ticket.
The shutdown showdown didn't help the GOP in the battle for the House majority.
Cheney vs. Enzi, Schatz vs. Hanabusa, Martha Coakley's comeback attempt: It's primary time!
The fiery freshman's plan isn't shaping as good politics even for Republicans facing conservative primary threats.
South Dakota and West Virginia flip positions at No. 1 and No. 2.
Davis would begin the campaign with a very slim chance of winning.
She lost in embarrassing fashion in 2010. But don't be fooled -- she looks like the candidate to beat in 2014.
It's looking increasingly likely that the former senator won't run for anything in the near future.
The road has been bumpy for the GOP in the Tar Heel State.