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  • U.S. Senate races: Big drama, eclipsed in NY

     
    With all the attention on the monumental presidential contest and local eyes watching to see whether Democrats can capture the state Senate, a handful of U.S. Senate races have not received much attention in these parts. But Sen. Charles......
  • Senate races: Election night guide

     
    by James Oliphant Twelve Senate races are considered to be close this Election Day. The outcome could have a significant impact on the balance of power on the Hill. Democrats are chasing a 60-vote majority, which would allow them to......
  • Palin Election Day - Back in AK

     
    by Jason George ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sarah Palin arrived back in her home state just before 5 a.m. local time, and is headed to Wasilla, where she'll vote and meet with supporters. Palin flies mid-day to Phoenix for her rally......
  • (Almost) Final numbers: Stevens survives? (Updated)

     
    In the presidential race, Obama has 52 percent with a turnout just short of 120 million -- a bit less than some were projecting yesterday. But the 52 percent -- a majority of the country -- will be an......
  • Senate update: Oregon looking blue

     
    by James Oliphant Democrats may have picked off another GOP seat in the Senate. This morning, the Oregonian, Portland's newspaper, is projecting that Jeff Merkley has unseated Republican incumbent Sen. Gordon Smith. If that occurs, it would be the sixth.....
  • Alaska Senate race tilts to Democrat

     
    by Frank James Senate Democrats now have 57 members in their caucus, including two independents, and are awaiting the outcome of three additional races in Alaska, Minnesota and Georgia. Getting those three additional seats would allow them to get......
  • Palin: May go for Senate

     
    Sarah Palin, back in the Lower 48 (Miami) Wednesday for the Republican Governors Association meeting and continuing her I-love-the-media tour with an appearance on CNN with Wolf Blitzer, says she's open to a Senate run if Ted Stevens loses......
  • Ten for a Thursday: Wielding the Albany ax

     
    Gov. Paterson's new budget-balancing plan came in for lots of criticism yesterday, as schools warned it would force them to cut staff and extracurricular programs and increase class size. Paterson's proposals have been tried before, not with a lot......
  • Georgia's Senate battle red hot

     
    Senate Democrats face long odds to reach the 60 seats they crave to make their majority filibuster-proof, but you wouldn't know it from the intensity of the rhetoric in the run-up to the Dec. 2 run-off election in Georgia for the seat currently held by...
  • Palin needs Ted Stevens to win

     
    by Peter Brown As bizarre as it may seem, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's presidential ambitions for 2012 hang to a considerable degree on her state's U.S. Senate race, a contest that could be decided this week With about 24,000 votes......
  • Ten for Wednesday: Levy seizes the airwaves

     
    After a slow start following the hate murder of Marcelo Lucero, Suffolk exec Steve Levy tried to step up to the plate with a televised speech on racism last night. Janison says the speech could be a "defining moment"......