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GOP Group Readies 1,000-Lawyer Army for Election Day

bloomberg.com — Unlike most Election Days, this one has a decent chance of ending without a clear winner. Blame the excruciatingly tight races around the country that could lead to recounts, the two potential runoffs that may dictate control of the U.S. Senate, and the Supreme Court for taking action on state voting laws just weeks before Election Day.

Grimes Tied With McConnell, Roberts Pulls Even With Orman

bloomberg.com — One day after President Barack Obama made the statement that may have launched a thousand new Republican ads attacking Democrats for standing with the president on policy if not on the campaign trail, the party is looking at mixed numbers in a series of recent Senate battleground polls.

Steyer Group: Republicans = Cavemen

bloomberg.com — The environmentalist outside spending group is deploying shame tactics against Republicans.

Ben Carson on Greed, Insurance Companies, RINOs, and Ebola

bloomberg.com — Unlike a lot of come-from-nowhere potential presidential candidates (see: Cain, Herman), there's an easy way to track down many of Ben Carson's positions: His hundreds of speeches and six books (including his most recent, now in its 20th week on the New York Times Bestseller list.)

Ben Carson's Longshot Presidential Bid Suddenly Looks a Lot More Realistic

bloomberg.com — "I tend to be an honest and frank and open person," says Ben Carson, his voice not much more than a whisper. "And I'm coming to learn that you can't actually do that." He chuckled.

Grimes Doubles Down on Vote Secrecy In Kentucky Senate Debate

bloomberg.com — Citing a "constitutional right" to keep her vote secret, Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Democratic nominee for Senate, again declined to say who she voted for in the 2008 and 2012 elections.

Elizabeth Warren Base-Jumps Into Midterm Finale

bloomberg.com — Fresh from going after President Barack Obama and his economic team for siding with Wall Street ( again), Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is heading back to the campaign trail to try and boost three of her Democratic colleagues.

Lawmakers Reach Compromise on Financial Regulation

bloomberg.com — The U.S. Congress is on pace to deliver a sweeping re-write of Wall Street's rules to President Barack Obama by July 4, meeting the deadline lawmakers set for themselves. House and Senate negotiators, after a marathon 20-hour session, early yesterday approved a bill aimed at increasing oversight and regulation of the U.S.

Will Republicans Blow It?

bloomberg.com — Republicans have positioned themselves to win the Senate, but they're haunted by one nagging question: Will they blow it again? Mitch McConnell, the party's leader in the Senate, is in a dead heat with Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes in Kentucky. Kansas Senator Pat Roberts is in danger of losing to an independent.

5 Reasons Why the Midterms Should Matter to You

bloomberg.com — So you think the 2014 midterms don't matter? Do you wish we could skip November and get straight to the 2016 primaries? Were you among the people who thought this year's Iowa Steak Fry this year was about Hillary Clinton's non-launch campaign launch and not the Democratic congressional candidates on the ballot?
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