A new Senate Majority PAC poll from Harstad Strategic Research shows the Alaska Senate race tied at 44% each for Sen. Mark Begich and his Republican challenger Dan Sullivan. Another 4% of voters support Libertarian Mark Fish. The poll shows Begich leading among women, Independents, and Alaska natives. Read more at the link below.
A new poll from The Mellman Group conducted for Senate Majority PAC shows Senator Mark Udall leading his Republican challenger Cory Gardner by three points, 44% to 41%. The full poll memo for this survey, conducted October 13-15, is below.
A new article from Houston’s ABC 13 News highlights how Republican Senate candidate and North Carolina General Assembly Speaker Thom Tillis and his Republican-led legislature have forced many of North Carolina’s teachers out of state, to areas such as Houston, TX.
“I would say we are in crisis mode right now,” Mark Jewell tells […]
Scott Brown’s surprise announcement on Friday that he will not to run in the June special election to fill retiring Senator John Kerry (D-MA)’s seat has left Republicans in a desperate scramble to find a candidate. ABC News runs down the GOP’s mess in Massachusetts:
Scott Brown? No. Former State Sen. Richard Tisei? No. Former Gov. […]
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Take a look at our new end-of-year video below, because we’ve got a lot to celebrate!
Wow, what an election. We didn’t know all of the results results on Election Night, and we didn’t win them all, but this was a tremendous year for Senate Democrats. Earlier today, Maine Senator-Elect Angus King decided to caucus with the Democrats, giving us an even stronger majority.
We went into this election with a theory: […]
Senate Majority PAC Launches New Radio Ad In “30 Years Is Too Long Campaign”
Ad Highlights Mitch McConnell’s Long Career Of Making Things Worse In Washington
When Karl Rove’s top lieutenants started the American Crossroads spin off, Kentuckians For A Strong Leadership, their goal was clear: create an organization that would shed the tarnished Crossroads brand, sound like it had strong support from Kentuckians, and be solely devoted to defending Mitch McConnell, whose 30 year record of gridlock and obstruction made […]
To: Interested Parties
From: Craig Varoga, Strategist, Senate Majority PAC
RE: Gabriel Gomez Is Mitt Romney Jr.
After an historically low-turnout primary, Gabriel Gomez is now bringing his “I am Mitt Romney Jr.” campaign to the general election. From protecting special tax breaks for billionaires at the expense of seniors and students, to surrounding himself with political […]