Ebola and a few other unexpected twists mean a lot is still up in the air. Atop the list: control of the Senate.
Clinton refers to Romney’s now-infamous 2008 New York Times op-ed titled, “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt” without mentioning his name.
By featuring Rice as a surrogate, the Sullivan campaign hopes to highlight his national security and military background as well as appeal to women voters.
The vacuum of power within the Republican Party could entice him to run for president a third time.
In Iowa, more than $34 million has been spent by outside groups in the race, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
As the “Antique Roadshow,” David Pryor and his wife are trying to shore up their son’s Senate seat.
Republican Dan Sullivan leading Democratic incumbent Mark Begich in hard-fought race.
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Alaska Sen. Mark Begich and the Democratic party have increased get-out-the-vote efforts aimed at Alaska natives, a group that makes up about 20 percent of the state’s population but have had low voter turnout. Republican opponent Dan Sullivan has fewer field offices and staff members.
A tight Senate race has led to the most extensive field operation ever seen along the Last Frontier.