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Less Than 1 Percent of America Could Flip the Senate Next Month

Who is the proverbial 1 percent when it comes to elections in America? This year, it’s maybe a tiny swath of rural conservative voters. Read more…

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Senator Rockefeller Demands Privacy Answers from Whisper

Whisper sold itself to the world as the safest place to spill your secrets online, and it turned out that wasn’t really true. Now the privacy backlash has reached so far, even this 77-year-old dude cares about it.Read more…

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Those Grimes Obituaries Were Premature

When Kentucky’s Democratic Senate nominee refused to say whether she voted for Obama, the media rushed to pronounce her toast. But Kentucky’s hatred of the Establishment was stronger.

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The GOP’s Really Big Problem in Georgia

Republican Senate candidate David Perdue should be winning big in Georgia. So why does Democrat Michelle Nunn look like she might have him on the ropes?

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Tarheel Senate Democrat Keeps Slim Lead

It’s going to be a squeaker, but if North Carolina Democrats can keep the focus on education and not fear of Ebola, they might just keep Kay Hagan’s Senate seat.

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Republican Tries to Duck Abortion Ban

Senate candidate Cory Gardner said the Personhood Amendment he supported in the House wouldn’t outlaw abortion. Moderators didn’t let him get away with it.

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Top Senate Dem Wants Syria No-Fly Zone

Carl Levin, head of the Senate Armed Services Committee, now says the U.S. needs to create a buffer zone in Syria for the rebels, using Turkish troops and American airpower.

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The Amazingly Two-Faced Mitch McConnell

The Kentucky Republican who will likely be our next Senate majority leader has an astounding ability to lie, dissemble, and misrepresent himself to voters.

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The Swift-Boating of Gary Peters

With Terri Lynn Land looking like a goner, Republicans are throwing a wild Hail Mary—using 2004 tactics to gain a Senate seat. But this effort won’t work the way it did on John Kerry.

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How Dems Can Throw Obama Under the Bus

Let’s be blunt: Democratic Senate candidates in red states—like Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky—need to say ‘Barack who?’ But doing so can look craven, or it can be crafty.

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Will Georgia Finally Turn Blue?

So weird that both candidates in the extremely bitter Georgia Senate race are from the same small town. Things aren’t great there right now.

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Where the Hell Is the Surgeon General?

We’ve got an Ebola crisis on our hands—and no surgeon general to deal with it. Blame the NRA, but Obama and the Senate Democrats, too.

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Top 400 US Billionaires’ Wealth Equals Brazil’s GDP

Rob Johnson is the Director of the Economic Policy Initiative at the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute and is a regular contributor to the Institute’s blog NewDeal2.0. He serves on the UN Commission of Experts on Finance and International Monetary Reform. Previously, Dr. Johnson was a Managing Director at Soros Fund Management where he managed a global currency, bond and equity portfolio specializing in emerging markets. He was also a Managing Director at the Bankers Trust Company. Dr. Johnson has served as Chief Economist of the US Senate Banking Committee under the leadership of Chairman William Proxmire and was Senior Economist of the US Senate Budget Committee under the leadership of Chairman Pete Domenici. Dr. Johnson was an Executive Producer of Taxi to the Dark Side, an Oscar Winning documentary produced and directed by Alex Gibney.

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What the GOP Will Do If It Wins Congress

If Republicans win the Senate – and they probably will – then they’ll have to quickly prove they have the guts to govern. This is how they can do that.

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The Independents’ Kansas Prairie Fire

Pat Roberts and Greg Orman bring in the heavy artillery in what has suddenly become America’s hottest—and most heated—Senate race.

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Lawsuits for Me, Not for Thee

North Carolina GOP Senate nominee Thom Tillis is a fan of extreme sports and tort reform. But at 17 he sued over a car accident that left him with a ‘35% permanent partial disability.’

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Dole, Nazis, and Desperation in Kansas

Increasingly, GOP Senate hopes hinge on Kansas. And, increasingly, incumbent Republican Pat Roberts is becoming more and more unhinged.

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Five Awful GOP Governors Who Need to Go

Yes, keeping the Senate is the Democrats’ main job. But even if they fail at that, beating this quintet would make for a huge silver lining.

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Grimes’s Embarrassing Gun Gaffe

The Kentucky Senate candidate tries to show Mitch McConnell how it’s done on guns (and therefore politics) in her new TV ad—but only ends up shooting herself in the foot.

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Bill Clinton’s Steak Fry Attack

Hillary’s 2016 was what we all expected. The boosting of local Democratic candidates was boilerplate. But Bill’s blasting of the Senate GOP leader’s worst moment may prove effective.

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