It might be suggested that America is dying on the edges but at the same time is awakening in the middle.
The Senate minority leader cannot catch a break.
Rep. Richard Nolan's (D-Minn.) unique distinction may not be enough to stave off a young and wealthy Republican challenger.
Rural voters are critical to wresting both seats away from the GOP column.
Americans understand elections to be deeply corrupted by corporate and super-rich spending.
It may be that you transition plan in secret, but that doesn't diminish the importance of the work.
The new Rand Paul now debates the old Rand Paul.
The GOP espouses a politics of obstruction and government destruction, not performance.
But these three vulnerable Senate Democrats enjoy the political asset of a "good name."
In most midterm elections, the president's popularity is important.