Category: Senate Election News

Could Democrats Put Utah in Play?

As Democrats prepare for a long battle to maintain the White House in 2016, they are also looking at taking back Congress. The possibility of taking back the U.S House is a very difficult task due to republican gerrymandering, making it a long-shot. However, control of the U.S […]

Edwards Running for Senate

Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Maryland) will announce later today that she will run for the Senate seat being vacated by Barbara Mikulski (D). Fellow Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D) announced early last week that he would also run for the seat. This triggers a bruising primary battle that will […]

Ted Strickland v. Rob Portman

The Ohio Democratic Party learned the hard way last year when they picked just any candidate to run against what should of been beatable Republican candidates. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald made history by being one of the worst candidates to ever run for state office in the […]

Update on Uncalled Races

Alaska U.S Senate race: The vote count hasn’t changed much since Election Night as we still see challenger Dan Sullivan (R) holing a lead of 8,149 votes over the incumbent Mark Begich (D). 40,000 ballots will be counted on Tuesday which will give everyone a better picture on […]

Math Against Begich in Alaska

Much like the math wasn’t in favor of the GOP in Virginia, the math isn’t looking good for Senator Begich (D). Numbers released by Alaska elections officials Wednesday morning show that incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich would have to win a substantial majority of the uncounted absentee […]

Very Close in Alaska

Public Policy Polling is out with a new poll in Alaska that finds challenger Dan Sullivan (R) leading Senator Mark Begich (D) in the U.S. Senate race by just one point, 46% to 45%. The polls have tightened in Alaska it would seem. Sullivan had a large lead […]