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Senate

Welcome to our Senate blog! You can read all our posts on Senate races here, or click on a state to read stats and articles about that state’s U.S. Senators.


#IASen: Hilarious Candidate Runs ‘Dem’ Primary Write-In Campaign Against Braley (VIDEO)

We’re probably playing right into what Bob Quast wants by posting this video — but it’s too hilarious/terrible: Mr. Quast is apparently attempting to mount a write-in campaign for Iowa‘s U.S. Senate seat in the Democratic primary against presumptive nominee Bruce Braley. As you can tell from the [insane] video above, Quast isn’t exactly liberal. His hopes […]

#IA01: PCCC Endorse Murphy to Replace Braley

Democratic Representative Bruce Braley is leaving Iowa’s First Congressional District to run for United States Senate. Despite having a couple of foot-in-mouth moments as of late, Representative Braley is currently leading all Republican opposition by double-digit margins in D+1 Iowa — margins that are likely to tighten getting closer to November. Mr. Braley is exiting a D+5, […]

What is Wrong With Delaware’s Elected Democrats?

Delawareans have three federally elected officials representing them in Congress, none of whom adequately represent their state: Tom Carper (D – Senior Senator) Christopher Coons (D – Junior Senator) John Carney (D – At-Large Representative) All of these members represent a D+8 — which is basically another way of saying that Barack Obama won with fairly […]

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