2014 South Dakota Senate Race
After DSCC finally spends in race, nominee says negative spots are helping the independent.
Poll gives the Republican 48 percent support among likely voters.
The GOP Senate candidate is accused of mismanaging the program as governor.
Democracy for America's "Dean's Dozen" brings fundraising and get-out-the-vote efforts.
Republican candidate Mike Rounds is looking increasingly vulnerable in South Dakota.
A new PPP survey shows Rick Weiland trailing former Gov. Mike Rounds (R) by just six points.
Mike Rounds took the nomination on Tuesday night.
Conservative ex-state Sen. Gordon Howie is running to the right of ex-Gov. Mike Rounds (R).
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, along with national Democratic group the Progressive Change...
The former GOP governor raised just over half a million and has about $1.15 million cash on hand.
Republican Mike Rounds holds a nine-point lead in a new poll.
The EB-5 scandal has threatened Republican Mike Rounds's Senate campaign.
South Dakota candidate says on Twitter that he has friends in both parties.
The funds will be used mostly on television and the rest on field operations.
Republican Mike Rounds has a single-digit lead as independent Larry Pressler surges.
Rick Weiland (D) slips and calls Republican front-runner Mike Rounds "soon-to-be-senator."
The former governor seeks to replace retiring Sen. Tim Johnson.
Ex-Gov. Mike Rounds (R) has reserved $500,000 statewide set to begin mid-April.
Democracy for America, the progressive group launched by former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, is...