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Senate Races

  1. GOP Hopes to Use Anti-Clinton Strategy to Kill Warren 2020 in the CradleThe right plans to seed damaging narratives about Warren early — just as it did with Clinton. But that task will be much harder this time around.
  2. Despite Close Race, Democrats Stop Spending Against Rubio in FloridaThe DSCC cancels $6 million in ad reservations, leaving Democratic Senate candidate Patrick Murphy on his own down the homestretch.
  3. Republicans Hope to Give Marco Rubio His Dream Opponent in Florida Senate RaceA scandal involving the Establishment Democrat may help prop up his less-electable primary opponent.
  4. How Low Can the Congressional GOP Go in November?With Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, the odds of Democrats retaking the Senate are pretty good. But now even Paul Ryan’s House could fall. 
  5. Democrats Drive for 5: An Early Overview of 2016 U.S. Senate RacesPossible weakness at the top of the ticket haunts Republicans already struggling with a difficult Senate landscape. 
  6. Sheila Oliver Wants to Make Cory Booker Fight for His BaseNew Jersey’s Democratic Assembly speaker jumps in.
  7. Linda McMahon Loses Second Connecticut Senate Race After Spending $100 MillionShe has a very expensive record.
  8. New York’s Senate Debate Borders on Mockery With 50 Shades QuestionWhat we want to know of our public officials?
  9. Bloomberg’s Gal Pal Concedes That She ‘Really Wanted’ to Run for SenateMy significant other is the mayor of New York City, so that would be really complicated.”
  10. City Hall Lawyer to Run Against GillibrandGail Goode is fed up with reading that nobody is tough enough to take on the incumbent.
  11. Dan Senor Won’t Run Against Kirsten GillibrandCampbell Brown must be heaving a sigh of relief.
  12. Rasmussen: Massachusetts Senate Race Neck and NeckMartha Coakley is still confident, though.
  13. Peter King Once Again Toying a Run for SenateSigh.
  14. ‘That’s Linda McMahon and You Will Treat Her With the Respect She Deserves’We are really, really excited for the Senate candidacy of the former CEO of the WWE.