The totality of polling shows a long list of races that are too close to call.
Senior citizens' economic interests will be challenged should the GOP win the Senate.
The sea has changed. The Kennedy era, from which the Sixties rose, has passed.
California hasn't been too big to ignore. It's more too odd to believe.
Latinos should send a message to Republicans: We won't support your failed policies.
When you don't have a positive message, you let others define you.
Republicans aren't running on a clear-cut agenda, so the path after victory is unclear.
The soul-searching once ascribed to Republicans is firmly encamped within Democratic politics.
Where does one start in properly describing this truly legendary practitioner of politics?
Relying on the namesake of a political dynasty has become dangerous for Senate Democrats.