National Democratic party raises big money, but so do GOP candidates
Afternoon Fix: DSCC takes in $15.5 million in September to NRSC's $8.3 million; Sharron Angle had $4.1 million cash on hand in late Sept.
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There have been debates galore in races across the country this week, but in The Fix posse's view, none was more pivotal than last night's Nevada Senate showdown between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and former state Assemblywoman Sharron Angle (R).
The Republican Governors Association's $31 million haul over the last three months suggests the committee is going for broke to maximize a favorable national political climate in hopes of seizing large numbers of Democratic-held governorships
The daily "Fast Fix" video tackles the question of whether Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) can win as a write-in candidate on Nov. 2.
In the most anticipated Senate debate of the election, former Nevada Assemblywoman Sharron Angle (R) proved that she could stand toe-to-toe with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) although it remains to be seen whether either candidates' performance will have a major impact on the outcome of the race.
The Fix posse liveblogs tonight's Nevada Senate debate.
Afternoon Fix: RGA outraises DGA by three-to-one in third quarter; DCCC outraises NRCC for second straight month
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Which long-shot Senate hopeful has the best chance of winning next month?
The Republican Governors Association collected $30 million over the last three months and ended September with $31 million on hand, a stunning total that will allow the organization to drastically expand the gubernatorial playing field over the last few weeks of the 2010 campaign.
The Fix explains why tonight's Nevada Senate debate between Sharron Angle and Harry Reid matters so much.
A look at 10 races where Democrats have succeeded in making the election a choice rather than a referendum.
Today's "Fast Fix" video examines whether Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is a celebrity, a politician or a little of both.
The Fix moves the Missouri Senate race from "Toss Up" to "Lean Republican".
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) raised almost $800,000 into his federal political action committee and two state-based organizations over the past three months, the latest sign of his presidential ambitions.
Afternoon Fix: DSCC goes on air in Nevada, cancels final week of Missouri ads; Feingold hits Johnson on Social Security
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As polls show them poised to make big gains this fall, National Republicans are hoping that a new round of attack ads arguing that the $814 billion economic stimulus created jobs in China will help them topple nearly a dozen Democratic incumbents.
Why Christine O'Donnell gets so much attention, explained
The latest "Fast Fix" video explores Sharron Angle's $14 million cash haul and explains what it all means.
With less than three weeks left before the November midterms, the ever-widening House playing field of competitive races is now nearly double what it has been in other recent elections, according to independent political handicappers.
Afternoon Fix: Sharron Angle raises $14 million in the third quarter; AFL-CIO playing in 100 House races
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DCCC pulls out of six vulnerable districts
California Attorney General Jerry Brown (D) and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman (R) are facing off tonight in their third and final debate of the race to succeed term-limited Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R).
Why Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold (D) is in such deep trouble in his re-election bid
Today's "Fast Fix" video focuses on whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has turned into a liability for vulnerable Democrats.
Former Nevada state Assemblywoman Sharron Angle (R) raised an eye-popping $14 million between July 1 and Sept. 30 for her challenge to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D), a stunning number that far eclipses the cash-collection totals of other prominent candidates seeking Senate seats next month.
With three weeks to go until Election Day, national Republicans are flooding the airwaves with a simple message: the Democratic candidate running in your district is (or will be) just like Nancy Pelosi.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is ramping up its commitment in the West Virginia Senate race with new radio and newspaper ads running today.
Afternoon Fix: President Obama cuts radio ad for Kendrick Meek; NRCC spends $7.8 million on TV ads this week; and Sarah Palin backs West Virginia's John Raese
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At a town hall meeting Monday night, Alaska Senate candidate Joe Miller (R) became the latest candidate to suggest that he'd be in favor of repealing the 17th Amendment, which calls for the direct election of senators.
How can Democrats claim victory on Nov. 2? The Fix looks at the most likely scenarios.
Illinois Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias (D) and Rep. Mark Kirk (R), the two candidates vying for President Obama's former Senate seat, traded barbs Sunday in a high-stakes debate on "Meet the Press."
West Virginia Gov. Joe Manchin (D) is up with a new ad in which he, literally, shoots at the controversial cap and trade legislation that passed the House last year in an attempt to show his independence from Washington Democrats.
Despite primary victories by tea party candidates running directly against increased government spending, new poll numbers out of the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation suggest that a strong majority of voters want their own member of Congress to work to win pork for their own district.