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  1. Six Consistently Close Races Will Probably Decide Control Of The ...

    Dan Sullivan for Senate in Alaska on Tuesday night, finalizing our cast of Democratic and Republican candidates for the most competitive Senate races in November. Republicans, despite , nominated candidates mostly in the mainstream of the GOP, avoid...

    Blog | August 20, 2014
  2. Democratic Senators Shouldn't Count On Money To Save Them In...

    Democrats on their incumbents' fundraising prowess to help hold the majority in the Senate this fall. Sens. Kay Hagan in North Carolina and Mark Begich in Alaska, for example, lead their opponents in fundraising and are no doubt hoping tha...

    Blog | August 15, 2014
  3. Racial Voting Lines In Hawaii Senate Primary Leave Pollsters Most...

    I don't know who is going to win Saturday's special Democratic Senate primary between Sen. Brian Schatz and Rep. Colleen Hanabusa -- and it's not just because there's a lot going on in Hawaii right now (an Hawaii on Thursday, and...

    Blog | August 08, 2014
  4. Democrats Face A Steep Climb In Montana Senate Race

    John Walsh has against Republican Rep. Steve Daines in Montana after . The incumbent's announcement probably doesn't change much because it was unlikely that a Democrat was going to win anyway. One potential replacement, former governor...

    Blog | August 07, 2014
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  6. Republicans Have More Reason Than Ever To Worry About Primary Cha...

    One of the most universal lessons of sports prediction is that margins matter. An NFL team that wins a number of games by less than a touchdown might get banner headlines for its clutch performance. But a team's record in close games is mos...

    Blog | August 06, 2014
  7. We're More Likely To See A Senator Ousted In Tennessee Than ...

    Republican Sens. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Pat Roberts of Kansas are heavy favorites to win their primaries this week against conservative challengers, but the data from past primary challenges suggest that Alexander has a higher chance of bei...

    Blog | August 05, 2014
  8. Republicans Remain Slightly Favored To Take Control Of The Senate...

    If Americans elected an entirely new set of senators every two years -- as they elect members of the House of Representatives -- this November's Senate contest would look like a stalemate. President Obama remains unpopular; his approval rat...

    Blog | August 04, 2014
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  10. Plagiarism Scandal Moves Democrat's Odds in Montana From Sli...

    Sen. John Walsh has of his master's thesis. Although a universe exists in which the Democrat could still beat Republican Rep. Steve Daines in Montana's 2014 Senate race, it's not a universe near to ours; Walsh had little cha...

    Blog | July 24, 2014
  11. The Polls Were Wrong in Georgia's Senate Runoff, But Don...

    To say that the public polls missed the mark Tuesday night in Georgia's runoff election would be an understatement. The conducted in July had Jack Kingston leading David Perdue by an average of 5 percentage points in the r...

    Blog | July 23, 2014
  12. Tempo debate in SEC not going anywhere

    Travis Haney

    BRISTOL, Conn. -- Nick Saban likened the debate over uptempo offense and defense in the SEC to "Democrats and Republicans ... who controls the House and Senate." After hearing from 12 of the league's 14 coaches on ESPN's campus on Monday and Tuesd...

    Blog | July 23, 2014
  13. What to Watch For in Georgia's Republican Senate Runoff

    Georgia's Republican primary for the U.S. Senate will end Tuesday amid and . But the Peach State's runoff -- -- doesn't feature a big ideological struggle; Rep. Jack Kingston and former Dollar G...

    Blog | July 22, 2014
  14. Democrats Are in a Perilous Position in 2014 Senate Races

    Can you predict Senate elections more accurately than a basic polling average? It's something we at FiveThirtyEight try to do. For our official Senate forecast, we'll for fundraising, candidate quality, pollster bias (statistical bias...

    Blog | July 15, 2014
  15. NCAA president Mark Emmert calls for 'scholarships for life' in m...

    NCAA president Mark Emmert told a Senate panel Wednesday that college athletes should receive "scholarships for life."

    Story | Conversation | July 09, 2014
  16. The Senate Races With the Biggest Ideological Stakes

    The political media (including FiveThirtyEight) tend to focus on the horse race. But who's ahead right now matters, because someone will eventually take office and vote on legislation -- nudging the overall ideology of the U.S. Senate this ...

    Blog | July 08, 2014
  17. The House And Senate Are the Most Divided They've Been in Ou...

    Dysfunction is to Washington as : wide and deep. Democrats and Republicans are further apart than ever. Democrats are to the left, Republicans are to the right, and there's a wide space between the two. But that isn't the whole story....

    Blog | July 03, 2014
  18. Disliking Congress, as a Whole And as Individuals

    I recently examined how Congress's low approval rating . The national political environment in 2014 doesn't appear as pro-GOP as it was in 2010. Instead, Republicans running for the U.S. Senate and House in 2014 may have only a sl...

    Blog | July 01, 2014