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  • Kay Hagan is Obvious Choice for North Carolina Office Race
    Since her first running against Republican state Sen. John Blust in Greensboro 1998, Kay Hagan has been a tough competitor for the Democratic party. Will this be the year she is unseated? There are nine polls that show it's a very close race at the moment. Six of the polls show Hagan ahead marginally by 4-5 points, and one shows Tillis ahead with a five point lead.
  • Senate Loss May Soon Be Democrat's Gain
    Don't worry Democrats--everything is going to be alright! We will live to see another day regardless of the agony you are feeling right now. It was a tough night for Democrats, but all is not lost. Now we can all sit back and watch the Republican party implode before our very eyes. I imagine it is going to be rather fun to watch.
  • Exercise Your Right. Get out and Vote Today!
    What can you do to really make a difference in the world today? Vote for the party that stands for civil and human rights; the party that will stand up to Wall Street; and the party that has your best interests in mind.
  • The Scariest New Senate Candidates of 2014
    For the 2014 midterm elections, the GOP has some truly scary candidates with extreme views on women's rights, the climate, and how our government should function. Some of them proudly tout their extreme beliefs while others hide behind them, but all of them would take us a step backward should they be elected.
  • Battleground Georgia: Newcomers Playing Key Role In Overall Race For Senate Control
    In a state that has been reliably red in the last decade's worth of elections, this mid term Georgia Senate race has some newcomers that can really shake things up, and give an all important tally win, either red or blue, in the battleground for overall Senate control. Historically, its true that the President's party doesn't do well in the mid-terms.

2014 Senate Elections Guide - Tuesday, November 4, 2014 (DECIDED)

ElectionStateWinnerVote %Lost
2014 Alabama U.S. Senate Election 2014 Alabama U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageAlabamaJeff Sessions (R)0%01
2014 Arkansas U.S. Senate Election 2014 Arkansas U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageArkansasTom Cotton (R)56.52%Mark Pryor (D)10
2014 Colorado U.S. Senate Election 2014 Colorado U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageColoradoCory Gardner (R)48.97%Mark Udall (D)04
2014 Delaware U.S. Senate Election 2014 Delaware U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageDelawareChris Coons (D)55.83%Kevin Wade (R)02
2014 Georgia U.S. Senate Election 2014 Georgia U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageGeorgiaDavid Perdue (R)52.97%Michelle Nunn (D)17
2014 Hawaii U.S. Senate Election 2014 Hawaii U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageHawaiiBrian Schatz (D)69.8%Campbell Cavasso (R)00
2014 Idaho U.S. Senate Election 2014 Idaho U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageIdahoJim Risch (R)65.29%00
2014 Illinois U.S. Senate Election 2014 Illinois U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageIllinoisDick Durbin (D)53.1%Jim Oberweis (R)00
2014 Iowa U.S. Senate Election 2014 Iowa U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageIowaJoni Ernst (R)52.21%Bruce Braley (D)36
2014 Kansas U.S. Senate Election 2014 Kansas U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageKansasPat Roberts (R)53.26%Chad Taylor (D) vs Greg Orman (I)1111
2014 Kentucky U.S. Senate Election 2014 Kentucky U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageKentuckyMitch McConnell (R)56.19%Alison Lundergan Grimes (D)36
2014 Maine U.S. Senate Election 2014 Maine U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMaineSusan Collins (R)68.44%Shenna Bellows (D)00
2014 Massachusetts U.S. Senate Election 2014 Massachusetts U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMassachusettsEd Markey (D)61.96%00
2014 Michigan U.S. Senate Election 2014 Michigan U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMichiganGary Peters (D)54.58%Terri Lynn Land (R)13
2014 Minnesota U.S. Senate Election 2014 Minnesota U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMinnesotaAl Franken (D)53.17%Mike McFadden (R)04
2014 Mississippi U.S. Senate Election 2014 Mississippi U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMississippiThad Cochran (R)60.47%Travis Childers (D)00
2014 Montana U.S. Senate Election 2014 Montana U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageMontanaSteve Daines (R)57.9%John Walsh (D)10
2014 Nebraska U.S. Senate Election 2014 Nebraska U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageNebraskaBen Sasse (R)64.81%David Domina (D)00
2014 New Hampshire U.S. Senate Election 2014 New Hampshire U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageNew HampshireJeanne Shaheen (D)51.63%Scott Brown (R)74
2014 New Jersey U.S. Senate Election 2014 New Jersey U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageNew JerseyCory Booker (D)55.75%Jeff Bell (R)00
2014 New Mexico U.S. Senate Election 2014 New Mexico U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageNew MexicoTom Udall (D)55.37%Allen Weh (R)00
2014 North Carolina U.S. Senate Election 2014 North Carolina U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageNorth CarolinaThom Tillis (R)48.97%Kay Hagan (D)63
2014 Oklahoma U.S. Senate Election 2014 Oklahoma U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageOklahomaJames Inhofe (R)68.02%00
2014 Oregon U.S. Senate Election 2014 Oregon U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageOregonJeff Merkley (D)55.79%Monica Wehby (R)02
2014 Rhode Island U.S. Senate Election 2014 Rhode Island U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageRhode IslandJack Reed (D)70.64%00
2014 South Carolina U.S. Senate Election 2014 South Carolina U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageSouth CarolinaLindsey Graham (R)54.48%Brad Hutto (D)00
2014 South Carolina U.S. Senate Election 2014 South Carolina U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageSouth CarolinaTim Scott (R)61.16%00
2014 South Dakota U.S. Senate Election 2014 South Dakota U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageSouth DakotaMike Rounds (R)50.38%Rick Weiland (D)52
2014 Tennessee U.S. Senate Election 2014 Tennessee U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageTennesseeLamar Alexander (R)61.89%00
2014 Texas U.S. Senate Election 2014 Texas U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageTexasJohn Cornyn (R)61.57%David Alameel (D)02
2014 Virginia U.S. Senate Election 2014 Virginia U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageVirginiaMark Warner (D)49.16%Ed Gillespie (R)10
2014 West Virginia U.S. Senate Election 2014 West Virginia U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageWest VirginiaShelley Moore Capito (R)62.12%Natalie Tennant (D)31
2014 Wyoming U.S. Senate Election 2014 Wyoming U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageWyomingMike Enzi (R)72.29%00

2014 Senate Elections Guide - Tuesday, November 4, 2014 (Results TBD)

ElectionStateIncumbentYearsCandidates
2014 Alaska U.S. Senate Election 2014 Alaska U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageAlaskaMark Begich (D) Mark Begich Wikipedia Page4.9Mark Begich (D) vs Dan Sullivan (R)03
2014 Louisiana U.S. Senate Election 2014 Louisiana U.S. Senate Election Wikipedia PageLouisianaMary Landrieu (D) Mary Landrieu Wikipedia Page4.9Mary Landrieu (D) vs Bill Cassidy (R)54

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