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2014 Election results called into question by findings of electronic voting machine security experts

It seems that in the November 2014 election, voting machines in one precinct were repeatedly … CA-01 is the first district House seat. CA-Sen covers both senate races. NY-GOV covers…

Dems searching for 2016 Isakson opponent

After a disastrous showing in 2014’s gubernatorial and Senate elections, Georgia Democrats are having a hard time finding a candidate to run against the tremendously popular Johnny Isakson as he…

Will "Proven Losers" Cost Democrats Senate Races in ’16?

In this case, the linear regression model predicted Senate results from 2002 through 2014 using only a few “fundamentals” – incumbency, partisan lean of the state in the last presidential…

Barbara Streisand and Progressives Across the US Come out with Big Support for Donna Edwards’ Senate Campaign

Maryland Democratic Congresswoman Donna Edwards is making early national waves in her 2016 campaign for U.S. Senate by raising contributions … Last October, Streisand, who regularly blogs on election issues…

Mitch McConnell Shouldn’t Get Comfortable

After picking up nine seats in the 2014 elections, Republicans maintain a decisive 54-seat majority in the Senate. In 2016, they will face a much more difficult map that coincides…

GIORDANO: Mandatory voting helps a certain agenda, hurts the country

Do you remember the excitement and intensity of the 2014 elections? There was a tremendous amount of debate because the U.S. Senate was clearly up for grabs. In Pennsylvania, there…

Democrats should like their odds of retaking the Senate

After picking up nine seats in the 2014 elections, Republicans maintain a decisive 54-seat majority in the Senate. In 2016, they will face a much more difficult map that coincides…

DSG wraps up 2014-15 year, transitions to new leadership

In the final Duke Student Government Senate meeting for the 2014-15 academic year, a new election bylaw was passed and next year’s executive board was sworn in. The new election…

Mitch McConnell Shouldn’t Get Comfortable

After picking up nine seats in the 2014 elections, Republicans maintain a decisive 54-seat majority in the Senate. In 2016, they will face a much more difficult map that coincides…

Rep. Miller says he’s ‘seriously considering’ Senate bid

2014 file photo, House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller, R-Fla., speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. Miller is thinking about running for the Senate seat occupied by Republican Marco…