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Pelosi on GOP: 'Their Days are Numbered'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Ca., touted Democrats' opportunity to pick up seats this November at a news conference Wednesday, saying Republicans "days are numbered." "I know that in two years there will be a Democratic Congress and a Democratic president. I'd like it to be in two months," Pelosi said. "So this fall, it's important for us to come as close to that as possible."

Bill Clinton Appears in Kentucky Senate Race Ad

Former President Bill Clinton stars in a new ad for Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes’ bid to unseat Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

New Kansas Senate Race Poll Shows Roberts Trailing

Independent businessman Greg Orman led Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., by 5 points in a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll released Wednesday.

Democratic Super PAC Cuts More Ad Time in House Races

House Majority PAC, a super PAC that aids House Democrats, has recently canceled around $1 million in ad reservations in races throughout the Midwest and Northeast.

How to Approve That Political Message (Video)

“I approved this message.”

Asian Republicans Announce 2014 Endorsements

The Asian Republican Coalition announced Wednesday its support for five Republicans in the midterms, including two incumbents, two House hopefuls and a gubernatorial candidate.

Top New Jersey House Race a Dead Heat in Democratic Poll

The Democratic nominee in one of the party’s targeted House races in New Jersey is running even with her Republican opponent, according to an internal Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee poll obtained by CQ Roll Call.

Hagan Attacks Tillis on Education — Again

Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., is up with a new ad hitting her Republican opponent Thom Tillis on education.

Pat Roberts Ranks Among Most Vulnerable Senators

Roll Call Election Map: Race Ratings for Every Seat

Florida Family Legacies Clash in Critical House Race

ST. GEORGE ISLAND, Fla. — Former Florida first lady Adele Graham does not entertain the word “if” in polite conversation, at least when discussing the political future of her daughter Gwen. It’s only “when.”

How to Approve That Message …

"I'm Candidate X, and I approve this message." Despite being the bane of political admakers everywhere, campaigns creatively weave messaging around this legal disclaimer. Roll Call has compiled the best from this year's election cycle, featuring mom and dad, dramatic music and cows.

Republican Cavalry Starts Spending on House Races (Finally)

For months, Republicans feared outside groups would skip over House races this cycle, saving their cash for the battle over Senate control.

Ex-First Lady of Florida Fires Back at Congressman

ST. GEORGE ISLAND, Fla. — Former Florida First Lady Adele Graham is not happy with her daughter’s political rival, Republican Rep. Steve Southerland II.

GOP Outside Group Targets Tim Bishop on TV

A Republican-aligned outside group is airing a TV ad slamming New York Rep. Timothy H. Bishop on his support for the Affordable Care Act.

Collin Peterson Campaign Responds to GOP Poll

In response to a poll released last week by Republicans showing a tight race, Minnesota Rep. Collin C. Peterson’s campaign on Monday released a poll of its own from early September that had found the incumbent with a wider lead.

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