A lot of media attention has been paid to several high-profile Senate races during these 2014 Midterm Elections, but we want to show you something that hasn't been on the radar screens of most political analysts but could be the upset of the year! In New Jersey, incumbent Democrat Senator Cory Booker - who is extremely close friends with Barack Obama - has seen his support collapse. http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=bbf02ce69b92dd5b8b543a078&id=604afd3982
Politico is reporting today that Democrat Senator Mark Begich of Alaska is launching a new TV ad campaign to help prop up his re-election effort. It's no wonder that Democrat Mark Begich is running scared and taking to the TV airwaves to save his Senate seat. The Washington Examiner reports that for the very first time Begich is trailing his Republican opposition:
One of the most important battles in the Midterm Elections is the U.S. Senate race in Louisiana. If we can win this seat - and defeat Democrat incumbent Mary Landrieu - we will be on our way to ending Harry Reid's term as Majority leader... as Democrats will likely then be in the minority. But we have a problem - there is a battle shaping up to see which Republican candidate will be the one to defeat Mary Landrieu.
05.27.16 - What general election?! Koch Brothers drop $3 million against Democrat Katie McGinty in Pennsylvania senate race - http://www.salon.com/2016/05/27/what_general_election_koch_brothers_drop_3_million_against_democrat_katie_mcginty_in_pennsylvania_senate_race/
Democrat Senator Mark Pryor (D-Arkansas) has been named the most vulnerable Democrat facing re-election during these 2014 Midterm Elections. Polls show our Republican candidate Tom Cotton leading Democrat Mark Pryor 44.5% - 41.5%. And that probably explains why Democrats have launched a nasty TV ad campaign smearing Republican Tom Cotton...
Joni Ernst wins Iowa GOP U.S. Senate race 6.3.14 She highlighted her ability to shoot guns & castrate hogs, racked up enough votes to become the first female GOP U.S. Senate nominee in Iowa history. The 43-year-old farmer's daughter turned state senator & military commander eclipsed the 35% necessary to claim victory over her 4 competitors, including retired businessman Mark Jacobs, who tried to overpower the rest of the field by self-funding his campaign with millions from his own wealth