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Michelle Nunn Hits David Perdue on Equal Pay
09/12/2014
Michelle Nunn Hits David Perdue on Equal Pay

Michelle Nunn Hits David Perdue on Equal Pay

Georgia Democrat Michelle Nunn launched a TV ad Friday asking whether women can trust David Perdue, Nunn's GOP opponent for the state's open Senate seat.

How the House Republican Primaries Were Won
09/10/2014
How the House Republican Primaries Were Won

How the House Republican Primaries Were Won

In Republican primaries, the GOP has run the table this cycle, nominating the most palatable general election candidate in nearly every hot House race.

2014 Primaries are not ending quietly. Fourth incumbent of the cycle loses reelection:
09/10/2014
John Tierney Loses Primary in Massachusetts

2014 Primaries are not ending quietly. Fourth incumbent of the cycle loses reelection:

Rep. John Tierney became the cycle's first Democratic incumbent to lose a primary Tuesday, when he fell to a well-funded challenger Tuesday night.

NRSC Signs Ron Bonjean for IE Communications
09/08/2014
NRSC Signs Ron Bonjean for IE Communications

NRSC Signs Ron Bonjean for IE Communications

The National Republican Senatorial Committee has signed up veteran GOP consultant Ron Bonjean for its independent expenditure unit.

Could John Tierney Lose His Primary?
09/08/2014
Could John Tierney Lose His Primary?

Could John Tierney Lose His Primary?

For months, polls have shown John Tierney with a hefty advantage in the primary. But the most recent surveys show he could be in trouble on Tuesday.

#RollCallOnTheRoad Emily takes Iowa!
08/14/2014
Iowa State Fair: The Fair of Entourages

#RollCallOnTheRoad Emily takes Iowa!

I attended the 2014 Iowa State Fair last week with Roll Call Politics Reporter Alexis Levinson to cover the Senate race to replace retiring Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa.

Shooting in the Rear View, Ron Barber Drives On
08/08/2014
Shooting in the Rear View, Ron Barber Drives On

Shooting in the Rear View, Ron Barber Drives On

Polls show a deadlocked race, and Rep. Ron Barber must partially rely on his own tale of Tucson — not that of his former boss — for victory.

Kansas Primary Results for Senate, House Races
08/06/2014
Kansas Primary Results for Senate, House Races

Kansas Primary Results for Senate, House Races

Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts survived a Republican primary challenge Tuesday, defeating Milton Wolf and extinguishing conservative hopes.

Roll Call's political team is monitoring Michigan/Kansas/Washington State primaries:
08/05/2014
GOP Primary Results in Kansas, Michigan

Roll Call's political team is monitoring Michigan/Kansas/Washington State primaries:

Track live coverage GOP primary results Tuesday with a large slate of tea party-vs.-business contests in Kansas and Michigan.

Elections 2014: Top 10 Most Vulnerable Senators
08/05/2014
Elections 2014: Top 10 Most Vulnerable Senators

Elections 2014: Top 10 Most Vulnerable Senators

Three months before Election Day, it's clear some senators may not return to Congress after the midterms — and that's mostly good news for Republicans.

2014 Elections: Republican Buy TV for Cynthia Coffman
07/30/2014
2014 Elections: Republican Buy TV for Cynthia Coffman

2014 Elections: Republican Buy TV for Cynthia Coffman

2014 Elections: Republicans reserved $2.6 million in Denver television time for a Rep. Mike Coffman's wife, who is running for Colorado Attorney General.

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