The Washington Post

Heitkamp's win means Democrats expanded their Senate majority by two seats.

  • Rosalind S. Helderman and Sean Sullivan
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  • Nov 7, 2012
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Republicans didn't win the White House or Senate, but they held the House.

Republicans pick up a seat in the Cornhusker State.

The embattled Republican proved to be no match for the Democratic incumbent.

Donnelly defies the partisan tilt of the state to pick up a seat for Senate Democrats.

Murphy turns back McMahon, who spent millions of her own money on a second straight Senate campaign.

A new poll that shows Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) tied with Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren stands in contrast to other recent surveys showing Warren leading slightly.

With a week left in the campaign, a new TV ad from Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) includes footage of the interview in which Rep. Todd Akin (R) said "legitimate rape" rarely causes pregnancy.

The Republican presidential nominee is giving the Indiana treasurer a much-needed down-ballot boost.

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