MN-08: Tarryl Clark Uses Partisan Anger for a Political Two-Step

By: Monday May 9, 2011 12:48 pm

Long-shot races against polarizing incumbents could become one of the newest routes for young politicians to fast-track their political careers, if Democrat Tarryl Clark’s recent political two-step pays off. Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann (MN-06) is one of the most extremely polarizing figures in politics. Parts of the Republican base love her, and, with an equal [...]

Late Election Updates: Bennet Wins CO Sen, Murray Up in WA; Hanabusa Gives Dems Rare House Win

By: Wednesday November 3, 2010 11:16 am

The Denver Post has called the Colorado Senate race for incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet. Bennet narrowly beat Republican Ken Buck, ensuring that Democrats keep at least 52 seats in the Senate. The Washington State senate race between incumbent Democrat Patty Murray and Republican Dino Rossi still remains too close to call. With 65 percent of [...]

FDL’s Hot House 108: (11/1) Election Eve 2010 – The Last Update

By: Monday November 1, 2010 8:45 pm

Tomorrow is election day, so this is the last round of updates to the FDL Hot House list. (In case you missed here are the updates from Saturday and Sunday.) Join us Tuesday night as we check in on the only polls that really matter. Till then, check out 12 bellwether races that could give [...]

FDL’s Hot House 108: (10/30 Update) Now With Two More Races!

By: Saturday October 30, 2010 11:31 am

The number of contests close enough to watch keeps getting larger each day. As a result, I’m adding ME-01, ME-02, and MN-08 because new polling shows the races very close. ME -01: Chellie Pingree (D) (Update 10/30: Pingree is now losing to her Republican opponent Dean Scontras according to a MaineToday Media poll. Pingree 41 [...]

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