Expert commentary on key 2014 midterm Senate races
Will the Republican Party retake the United States Senate after the midterm elections on November 4th? Currently possessing 45 seats, the GOP needs to pick up six seats in order to take control.
Ahead of the midterms, we asked academic experts in states with key Senate elections to comment on their local races, and on who is likely to win this year. We will add more articles as the election approaches. You can find links to the articles below:
Profound partisanship, rather than early voting, may have guaranteed Greg Gianforte’s success in Montana amidst assault charges
Amidst allegations of assault against a Guardian reporter just days before the election, it […]
While for nearly fifty years Alaska has tended to vote for Republican candidates in […]
In Louisiana’s Senate Race, Mary Landrieu is confronted with an electorate increasingly less likely to identify as Democrat.
Recent polls in the Pelican State show the incumbent Senator, Mary Landrieu in a […]
While speculation is increasing about the likelihood of a Republican ‘wave’ in this year’s […]
As part of USAPP’s series examining key 2014 Senate midterm election races, Greg Shufeldt […]
In Iowa’s Senate race, massive levels of outside spending dominate how the candidates are portrayed to voters.
The potential Republican victory in Iowa has been the focus of a great deal […]
Before this summer, few commentators would have thought that the state of Kansas would […]
At the beginning of North Carolina’s Senate race many commentators were quick to discount […]
Mitch McConnell looks poised to win a Senate race in Kentucky which may be the most expensive in U.S. history.
Kentucky’s Senate race has so far been a hard fought one, with Democrat Alison […]
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