October 26, 2014

60 in '14:

Senate poll finds dismal news for Democratic candidates (Jon Terbush, 10/26/14, The Week)

In Colorado, Sen. Mark Udall (D) trails Republican challenger Cory Gardner 46 percent to 45 percent among likely voters. That's a huge swing from one month ago when Udall led 48 percent to 42 percent. Similarly, in North Carolina, Sen. Kay Hagan's (D) four-point lead from earlier this month is gone, and she's now tied with GOP challenger Thom Tillis.

Meanwhile, Democrats Bruce Braley and Sen. Mark Pryor (Ark.) trail their Republican opponents in Iowa and Arkansas, respectively. And in Kansas, independent Greg Orman, whom Democrats are hoping will pick off Sen. Pat Roberts (R) and then caucus with them, has just a one-point lead despite posting a double-digit edge earlier this month.

Meanwhile, Jeanne Shaheen is behaving so erratically here, it's hard to believe her internal polling doesn't show she could lose to Scott Brown.

Posted by at October 26, 2014 5:59 PM
  

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