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November 1, 2014

Rothenblog Archives

5 a.m.
How to Ruin Your Interview With Stu Rothenberg
5 a.m.
Warning: Senate Races Aren’t as Close as They Appear
1:55 p.m.
Grimm Indictment Gives Democrats Best Chance to Defeat an Incumbent
5 a.m.
When Birth Certificates and Senate Races Clash
3:13 p.m.
Charleston Gazette Endorsements Need a Little Perspective
5 a.m.
Obama’s Foreign Policy Impacts 2014 Elections — Really
4:11 p.m.
Why TV Airtime Reservations Are More Important Than Ever
1:39 p.m.
8 House Race Ratings Changes Boost GOP, Democrats
5 a.m.
Ratings Change: California’s 26th District
5 a.m.
Ratings Change: California’s 36th District
12:48 p.m.
Republican Whacks Harry Reid in New North Carolina Senate Ad
noon
Ratings Change: Florida’s 18th District
noon
Ratings Change: Illinois’ 10th District
noon
Ratings Change: Texas’ 23rd District
3:28 p.m.
Sebelius to the Senate? Maybe in the Land of Oz, But Not in Kansas
noon
Ratings Update: Wisconsin’s 6th District
noon
Ratings Change: Massachusetts’ 6th District
noon
Ratings Change: Minnesota’s 2nd District
noon
Ratings Change: New York’s 18th District
5 a.m.
How to Handicap a Campaign’s Ground Game in 2014
5 a.m.
The War of Obamacare Anecdotes in the 2014 Elections
5 a.m.
Democratic Senate Prospects and the New Black Voter
5 a.m.
Meet 3 Divergent House Candidates Worth Watching
4:13 p.m.
GOP Congressman Skips Incumbent Label on California Ballot
5 a.m.
Why Republicans Have Trouble Electing Women to Congress
5 a.m.
Senator Thad Cochran, Underdog?

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