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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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Farm Groups Stick With Senate Republicans Despite Farm Bill Opposition

Several GOP candidates voted against or disavowed the 2014 bill, but state ag groups have other reasons to stick with them.

Why Kansas's Senate Seat Is No Sure Thing for Republicans

Sen. Pat Roberts's GOP primary not only damaged him, it may have moved him too far from the moderate Republicans his independent general-election opponent could attract.

Throwback Senators: The Must-Have 2014 Campaign Accessory

From a father in Arkansas to the "Alaskan of the Century," former senators have played important roles in numerous 2014 campaigns.

How a Pro-Begich PAC Won Freedom From Harry Reid

With a critical Senate race in play, the Put Alaska First PAC wins a rare blessing from Democratic leaders to run its own operation.  

How Lamar Alexander Kept His Most Dangerous Opponents From Running

A number of Republicans could have given Alexander a tougher time in the Tennessee primary. But he and other incumbents have effectively used their power to ward off such challenges.

Why Are Conservatives Going After Pat Roberts?

With no policy differences to be had between Kansas's senior senator and his challenger, tea-party groups go after his careerism.  

State Parties Gone Wild

There's been a lot of turmoil at the grassroots level in key battleground states.

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