NV Sen: Reid-Angle Race Remains Tight as Democrats Struggle with Projected Low Turnout

By: Wednesday October 6, 2010 6:39 pm

The Senate race in Nevada remains incredibly tight according to the latest survey from CNN/Time Opinion Research. The poll also found that Harry Reid is being badly hurt by disintrest from Democratic-leaning voters adversely affecting projected turnout this year in Nevada. CNN/Time Opinion Research (PDF) (10/1-5) Likely Voters Harry Reid (D) 40 Sharron Angle (R) [...]

MO Sen: Carnahan, Blunt Effectively Tied; Missourians Still Hate the Individual Mandate

By: Friday August 27, 2010 1:50 pm

Democrat Robin Carnahan is effectively tied with Republican Roy Blunt in the race to become Missouri’s next senator according to the latest poll from Missouri State University: Missouri State University (Including leaners) (8/7-22) Robin Carnahan 48.4% Roy Blunt 48.8% Other Candidate 2.8% This poll is in contrast to what little other recent polling we have [...]

Michigan, Missouri and Kansas Primary Night Liveblog

By: Tuesday August 3, 2010 8:01 pm

Today is primary day in Michigan, Missouri and Kansas. There are several important races taking place in each state. You can find a primer on the big races tonight here. Polls close in Michigan and Missouri at 8pm eastern and in Kansas at 9pm. You can follow the results coming in at Politico or the [...]

Can Some Democratic Challengers Win on an Anti-Washington Message?

By: Wednesday February 17, 2010 1:18 pm

The big question for the 2010 election is: Will it be an anti-Democratic election or an anti-Washington/anti-incumbent election? If it is an anti-Democratic year, there is not much Democratic challengers can do except run hard and smart against a strong headwind. If it is an anti-Washington/anti-incumbent year, several Democratic Senate candidates have potential to run [...]

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