Lawmakers in both parties who are facing tough reelection fights voted for the deal.
Six of the seven House Republicans running for the Senate voted "no."
The Senate Majority PAC is launching a major ad buy to back Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.), a group spokesman confirms to The Hill.
The group is spending $250,000 on an ad for Landrieu, who's facing a tough reelection campaign in the deeply conservative state. The ad will be rolled out on Friday and is the group's first in the state this election cycle.
Ann Romney, the wife of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, said on Wednesday, it's "too bad the election isn't today," amid persistent low polling for Obama and Democrats.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is adding four more candidates to its Jumpstart program for promising recruits, including two in heavily Republican Arkansas.
The candidates: Former FEMA Director James Lee Witt (D) and former North Little Rock Mayor Patrick Henry Hays (D), running in a pair of open seats in the state. Also added: Counterterrorism specialist Bobby McKenzie (D), running against Rep. Kerry Bentivolio (R-Mich.); and Burlington County Freeholder Aimee Belgard (D), who's running for an open seat currently held by Rep. John Runyan (R-N.J.).
Kentuckians for Strong Leadership, a super-PAC supporting Sen. Mitch McConnell's (R-Ky.) reelection, is out with a new radio ad attacking Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes on coal.
Barker could help sway seniors to Republican David Jolly.
Carl DeMaio wants to be known as a GOP problem solver.
Correct the Record is hitting Christie over a controversy surrounding bridge access lanes.
Cruz is one of a handful of likely 2016 presidential contenders to criticize the deal.