The Washington Post

What's that saying about statistics and lies?

A look at how the South has changed.

On average, the GOP's Senate candidates did 4.6 points better than poll averages.

A look at what happens when campaigns lose their top staffers.

Split governments have seen the most legislation since 1973.

People have largely made up their minds about him.

The sausage-making of the business world is not helpful to campaigns.

A breakdown of the Senate's ideological divide.

Attacks on how much time senators spend in their states are all but meaningless.

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