Elections

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Iowa turns from purple to red

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Campaign 2014 | As Republicans across the United States on Wednesday celebrated an election sweep that gave the GOP control of the U.S. Senate, conservatives in Iowa were…

Decision in Alaska Senate race could drag on for days

By Sophia Lee
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Campaign 2014 | Republican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan is leading the Alaska  race against incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Begich as of Wednesday afternoon, with…

GOP expands power in state legislatures

By Emily Belz
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Campaign 2014 | NEW YORK—Republicans had a big night at the state level, in addition to the national level, winning the most control of state legislatures in almost a…

Despite fears to the contrary, GOP base unwavering in Kansas

By Lynde Langdon
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Campaign 2014 | Was there ever really a question Pat Roberts would win reelection to the Senate in Kansas? The national Democratic machine thought so, which is why it…

F. Scott Fitzgerald on the GOP victory

By Marvin Olasky
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Campaign 2014 | Republicans get a rare third chance to succeed

GOP victory hinged on picking up seats in the South

By Jamie Dean
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Campaign 2014 | CHARLOTTE, N.C.—In North Carolina’s largest city, officials will contest at least one vote cast for Tuesday’s mid-term elections: Charlotte’s…

Republicans catch a wave

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | The GOP outperforms polls and predictions to take back the Senate and bolster its advantage in the House

Voters approve one of three pro-life amendments

By Courtney Crandell
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Campaign 2014 | The Tennessee measure passed easily, while amendments in North Dakota and Colorado failed

Election Day malice, mishaps, and mysteries

By Daniel James Devine
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Campaign 2014 | Voters report problems at polling places and with electronic voting machines

Democrats playing the race ‘deck’ in midterm elections

By Cal Thomas
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Campaign 2014 | Forget the race “card.” In this election, Democrats have been playing the entire race “deck.” The Wall Street Journal has listed some of the more…

Why we don’t have online voting (and won’t for a long while)

By Michael Cochrane
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Elections | Society deems the voting process so important that it must be 100 percent reliable. We may tolerate failures with our cars and computers, but not our…

Election Day 2014 promises to be a nail-biter

By J.C. Derrick
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Campaign 2014 | Republicans optimistic as voters head to the polls but it could be a very late night

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