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How Is the Tea Party Doing During Vote 2010?
The more-than-35-candidates backed by the Tea Party movement finally are learning if their fervent campaigning paid off and will land them a seat in Congress, with several of the grassroots organizations' so-called leaders already succeeding in the polls. Dan Coats is projected to defeat Democratic
Symbolic Victory for GOP: Republicans Projected to Win Obama's Former Senate Seat
Tea Party Projected to Nab Key Victories in Florida, Kentucky, Indiana in First Exit Poll Results
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Projected to Win, Retain Powerful Position
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will continue his tenure in the Senate, according to ABC News projections, after a night in which Democrats took heavy battering from Republicans in midterm congressional elections. For Reid, who has been in public office for 40 years, the race against Tea Party
Democrat Michael Bennet Projected to Win in Colorado; Senate Democrats Face Uphill Battle on Legislative Agenda
Democrats will hold on to the Senate seat in Colorado, avoiding another embarrassing defeat in a state that voted for President Obama in 2008. Incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet will retain his seat, defeating conservative Ken Buck who had led in virtually all the polls leading up to the election, the
Vote 2010 Election: Democrats Playing Blame Game Before Elections
President Obama was on the campus of the University of South California today, stumping in a deep-blue state for Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., who six years ago won with almost 60 percent of the vote. Now, however, she is locked in a dead heat with former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina. Tonight
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, October 11th, 2010
Compiled by ABC News Digital News Associates and Desk Assistants CLAUDIA MORALES, JACQUELINE NG FERNANDEZ, CARRIE HALPERIN PRESIDENT OBAMA USA Today’s David Jackson: “Obama tells students their future hinges on election” President Obama stepped up his pitch to younger voters...
Rep. Ellsworth: Stimulus 'Did Work,' but Economy 'Still Very Fragile'
Democrats got some less-than-encouraging jobs numbers today, with the final unemployment report before the mid-term elections showing anemic private-sector growth, and an overall loss in American jobs.
Ellsworth On Stimulus: 'It Did Work'
And let me just also say because I play basketball with him. And I I have still some sore ribs to prove it. He's a competitor. President Obama with Alexi Lewis last night he's got a couple more bruises today. Now with that jobs report hit number right in the gut top line starts right now. Hello and
The Note: Momentum Killer?
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER NEGATIVE 95,000. Employers reduced their payrolls by 95,000 employees during the month of September -- more than had been forecast -- while the unemployment rate remained steady at 9.6 percent, according to the latest...
The Note: Narrative Wars
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER NARRATIVE WARS. Framing, framing, framing. With just under a month to go until Election Day strategists from both parties are doing their best to control the narrative of individual races and focus on uber-messages...