Saturday, October 13, 2012

U.s. senate

  • US Senate debate analysis: Heller didn't work like he was '10-points down'

    Dean Heller lost the U.S. Senate debate against Shelley Berkley on Thursday. It was close. Both candidates were better than their first debate last week in Reno.

  • Voter ticket-splitting could determine next Senate

    WASHINGTON - The close race for majority control of the Senate comes down to whether Republican candidates in Massachusetts and Connecticut can win over President Barack Obama's voters and Democrats from Indiana to Arizona can impress Mitt ...

  • Groups pouring millions into Mass. US Senate race

    Norquist is best known for pressing lawmakers to sign a pledge vowing to oppose tax increases - a pledge that Brown signed during the 2010 special election to fill the Senate seat left vacant by the death of longtime Democratic U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy.

  • US Senate candidate tries to break through the state news vacuum (VIDEO)

    So Baldwin, a Democratic congresswoman from the Madison area Wisconsin who is running for the U.S. Senate against Republican Tommy Thompson, brought Klobuchar along to help her campaign Friday, Oct. 12, in Hudson, River Falls and Spring Valley.

  • US SENATE Summers surges, but King still leads funds race

    PORTLAND -- Republican Charlie Summers has seen a sizable surge in campaign donations in recent months as the heated race for Maine's U.S. Senate seat draws more attention from voters and national interest groups. Yet even with the surge, Summers ...

  • 'Vote Thompson for US Senate'

    6 to help defeat the most liberal member of Congress, as she seeks a promotion to help Harry Reid preserve his slim Democrat majority in the U.S. Senate. Clinton Voigt. Beloit. Discuss; Print. Posted in Opinion, Letters, Letters to editor on Saturday ...

  • Nova Southeastern University hosts the only debate in Florida's US Senate race

    6 - from the White House to the State House and at thousands of city and county halls - will be the elected leadership to take us into an uncertain future.

  • 3 challenging Wicker for US Senate seat

    JACKSON -- Republican Roger Wicker of Tupelo says he has "a mainstream conservative record" representing Mississippi in the U.S. Senate and deserves the opportunity to serve a full six-year term after replacing Trent Lott. His Democratic challenger ...

  • U.S. Senate Candidate Marc J. Victor Stings Representative Flake

    Advertisement. Libertarian U.S. Senate nominee Marc J. Victor made the most of his obviously curtailed participation in the Senate debate Wednesday night with several critical remarks directed at the supposed "libertarian" record of Republican Rep.

  • Senate debate: Did all of America go to war, or just a few?

    "The country has not gone to war," Baumgartner said, trying to turn much of the only debate in Washington's U.S. Senate campaign into a discussion about Afghanistan. The military, and their families, bear the brunt of the two conflicts, he said. "All ...

  • Michigan's US Senate race continuing without formal debates between ...

    The Stabenow campaign issued a statement Thursday saying it is "ending the ongoing debate over debates, due to Congressman Hoekstra's refusal to accept the traditional U.S. Senate debates and his constant political attacks." Stabenow had accepted ...

  • Bill Clinton hits campaign trail for Hoosier candidates

    As former US Senator and former Indiana governor Evan Bayh, not pictured, speaks, US Senator candidate Joe Donnelly, from left, former President Bill Clinton, and Indiana governor candidate John Gregg applaud and listen at North Central High School ...

  • Rise & Fall: Marc Breckenridge and Michigan's U.S. Senate candidates

    One is being praised for his outstanding preparation in the face of a natural disaster; the others are being scrutinized for their inability to give voters what they need before a crucial election.

  • Senate candidates Fischer, Kerrey think NCLB not effective

    Neither of Nebraska's U.S. Senate candidates is a fan of No Child Left Behind -- the federal education law that ties school performance to federal dollars -- but they differ on who should be responsible.

  • Rick Berg, North Dakota GOP Senate Candidate: No Abortion Access For Rape ...

    Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman (R) took heat from her opponents in May when she contended that Democratic lawmakers' focus on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act was "a distraction" from the issues they should be ...

  • Murphy, McMahon meet in 2nd Conn. US Senate debate

    STORRS, Conn. (AP) - Personal finances, voting records, women's health care and dueling economic plans - the four dominant issues in Connecticut's close U.S. Senate race - monopolized the second debate on Thursday between Republican Linda ...

  • Rand Paul gets engaged in other US Senate races

    DANVILLE, Ky. -- U.S. Sen. Rand Paul's political action committee is airing TV attack ads against Democratic senators in Florida, Ohio and West Virginia.

  • 3 challenge Wicker for US Senate seat in Miss.

    JACKSON, Miss. -- Republican Roger Wicker of Tupelo says he has "a mainstream conservative record" representing Mississippi in the U.S. Senate. His Democratic challenger, Albert N. Gore Jr. of Starkville, says Wicker has done too little to help ...

  • Senate Candidate Wendy Long Pushes For Hydrofracking

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Wendy Long wants to see New York move forward with hydrofracking as a way to create new jobs and is accusing Gillibrand of interfering with the process.

  • Tight US Senate, House races turn snarky, personal

    Tight U.S. Senate, House races turn snarky, personal. Print Email. « 100912 debate 2 · 100912 debate 1. » 2012-10-10T08:00:00Z 2012-10-11T13:05:28Z Tight U.S. Senate, House races turn snarky, personalThe Associated Press The Associated Press ...

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