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Andrea Drusch is the Senate Correspondent for the National Journal Hotline. She previously worked at Politico where she covered K Street for the daily lobbying tipsheet Politico Influence and worked on the website. She hails from the Lone Star State and is a proud alumna of the Schieffer School of Journalism at TCU.

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Florida Democrats Already Eyeing Rubio's Senate Seat Ahead of His Presidential Decision

Democrats are deep in talks about which candidates could (or should) run in 2016 as the Republican incumbent's potential White House run looms.

Mary Landrieu Lacks the Allies She Might Need to Win the Louisiana Runoff

The cavalry is coming to influence the country's final Senate race, but Democrats' biggest players are keeping their distance.  

Pro-Choice Group Warns: If Cory Gardner Wins, Young Men Will Need to Stock Up on Condoms

NARAL is making the pitch to Colorado's young men that a Republican win would disrupt their sex lives.

Coca Cola’s CEO Is Going After Michelle Nunn

The beverage giant's chief threw down $100,000 to a super PAC aimed at the Georgia Democrat.

Candidates Hope Old-Timers Will Appeal to Seniors

Democrats in Senate races are trying to remind voters of more cooperative times long ago.

Inside Chris LaCivita's Plan to Save Pat Roberts

The fixers don't have time to make the Kansas Republican likable. So they're going full negative on his challenger.  

A Koch-Backed Group Just Spent $6.5 Million on Senate Ads. Here's What They Look Like.

The ads opt for a smoother presentation, but the message remains the same.

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