Heck Within Margin Of Error In Nevada’s 3rd CD

Rep. Dina Titus put some space between herself and Republican challenger Joe Heck in the race for Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District seat, although it cost about $1 million to do it. Titus, D-Nev., leads Heck, a Republican former state senator, … Continued

Nate Silver: GOP Has 2-in-3 Chance Of Taking House

Republicans have a two-in-three chance of claiming a majority of House seats in November, the FiveThirtyEight forecasting model estimates. And their gains could potentially rival or exceed those made in 1994, when they took a net of 54 seats from the Democrats. In one … Continued

Sandoval Looks Strong In Nevada Governor’s Race

Former federal judge Brian Sandoval is still cruising with a big lead in the race for governor of Nevada, but a new poll shows Clark County Commission Chairman Rory Reid is at least visible in the rear view mirror. The … Continued

GOP Battles Tea Party In Delaware Primary

Mike Castle, the moderate Republican congressman whose Senate bid has the support of the state GOP, is trying to avoid becoming the next Lisa Murkowski. Sen. Murkowski, the Republican incumbent in Alaska, was ousted by a Tea Party challenger last … Continued

At Least 17 Vie For 2012 GOP Nomination

When Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour told us this week that the 2012 GOP presidential field will be “wide open,” we had no idea just how many Republicans might be marching to Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada for the opening caucuses … Continued

Republican Rick Scott Down 2 In Florida Governor’s Race

Coming off a bruising primary fight, Republican gubernatorial nominee Rick Scott trails Democrat Alex Sink 44-42, a new Sunshine State News Poll shows. “This race is a statistical tie,” said Jim Lee, president of Voter Survey Service, which conducted the … Continued