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The key question is not who will run, but what the intrinsic value of Democratic and Republican nominations will be.
The party should brace for brutal midterm elections, then hope to be pleasantly surprised.
Majority status in the Senate could swerve back and forth over the next few elections.
No matter how you look at it—qualitatively or quantitatively—Senate Democrats face quite a fight in November
If you've liked the past three years, you'll love the next three. But if you haven't enjoyed them, brace yourself for more of the same.
CPAC is popular, but it's hardly representative of Republicans.
The party's chances of holding onto a Senate majority are looking increasingly tenuous.