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RealClearPolitics Election 2014

Is America's Quietest Campaign in California?

Across blue, red, and purple states, nearly a dozen governors are in danger of losing their jobs -- making 2014 an unusually challenging year for incumbents. Consequently, these endangered...

Obama Says Red State Dems Are "Strong Allies" of His

Democratic Senate candidates in red states have gone to great lengths to distance themselves from President Obama and his...

Why You Should Heed What the Polls Say

I've been getting a lot of e-mails and tweets either asking me if the polls might be skewed toward Republicans this year, or forwarding me articles...

Real Clear Politics Election 2014

Poll: DuVal, Ducey in Dead Heat for Arizona Governor

The Arizona gubernatorial race is a dead heat, according to a new survey from McLaughlin & Associates.  Democrat Fred DuVal (with 36 percent support) trails Republican Doug Ducey (37...

Ebola Spreading as a Midterm Campaign Issue

Ebola has spread to the campaign trail. No, candidates haven’t contracted the deadly disease. But growing fears about the threat of the virus and the administration’s response to it have...

RGA Outraises Democratic Group in Third Quarter

The Republican Governors Association raised $21.5 million in the third quarter of 2014, narrowly beating its Democratic counterpart, which raised $19.7 million.  “As we enter the home...

Tillis Backs McConnell as Leader If GOP Takes Senate

U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis suggested Monday that he would back Sen. Mitch McConnell for majority leader should Republicans win control of the upper chamber next month. Tillis had previously...

S.D. Senate Race Tightens Amid Green-Card Scandal

During a debate this past summer, South Dakota Democratic Senate candidate Rick Weiland accidentally acknowledged Republican Mike Rounds -- the former governor and his leading opponent -- as a...

Hispanic Voters in Colorado: Energized or Apathetic?

In the days leading up to the 2010 midterm elections, an occasion when voters sent a message of rebuke to President Obama and his political party, the decidedly purple state of Colorado was too close...

In Iowa, Ground War Has Become a Fairer Fight

DES MOINES -- If Democrats manage to hold on to their Senate majority next month, it will be, in large part, because of people like Barb Yankey. A retired hospice social worker and registered nurse,...

What's the Matter With Kansas?

Kansas is home to one of the longest winning streaks in the country: No Republican has lost a Senate election there since 1932, when Ben Paulen lost by just under four points to George McGill. ...

Gallup: Economy Tops List of Voter Concerns

With the midterm elections less than a month away, a new Gallup survey indicates that registered voters are most concerned about the economy, the availability of good jobs, and how the federal...

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