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Alex is the chief political correspondent for National Journal Hotline. Since joining National Journal in 2010, he has covered House and Senate races, the GOP presidential primary, and the 2012 presidential campaign. Prior to joining National Journal, he covered Pennsylvania politics and government, most recently as editor of the Harrisburg-based PoliticsPA.com.

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Hotline's Latest Edition: Two Early Senate Indicators for Tuesday Night (Oct. 31, 2014)

Rob Collins and Guy Cecil , the NRSC and DSCC executive directors, spent most of an hour disagreeing about strategy and polls during a sometimes-uncomfortable Politico event Thursday. But bet...

Two Early Senate Indicators for Tuesday Night

Rob Collins and Guy Cecil , the NRSC and DSCC executive directors, spent most of an hour disagreeing about strategy and polls during a sometimes-uncomfortable Politico event Thursday. But bet...

They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

As North Carolina Senate Race Tightens, Both Sides Inject Race

A Democratic group invokes the name of Trayvon Martin in an ad aimed at black voters, drawing charges of 'race-hustling' from a Koch-linked organization.

Republicans Launch Robo-Calls as Georgia Senate Race Heats Up

In this tight contest, the NRSC's latest effort tries to tie Michelle Nunn to the president.

Could the 'Perfect' Campaign Lose?

Kay Hagan is trying to prove months of good work can withstand a national climate that's threatening other Dems. Republicans are confident she can't.

Why North Carolina's Senate Race Has Been Different

RALEIGH, N.C.—North Carolina's politicos know two things about their Senate race: Mostly thanks to her superior campaign, Sen. Kay Hagan (D) has had just about everything go right since th...

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They're Not Allowed to Talk. But Candidates and PACs Are Brazenly Communicating All the Time.

Candidates, committees, and outside-group allies are sharing more information than ever thanks to a law easily bypassed and an FEC stuck in gridlock.

As North Carolina Senate Race Tightens, Both Sides Inject Race

A Democratic group invokes the name of Trayvon Martin in an ad aimed at black voters, drawing charges of 'race-hustling' from a Koch-linked organization.

Republicans Launch Robo-Calls as Georgia Senate Race Heats Up

In this tight contest, the NRSC's latest effort tries to tie Michelle Nunn to the president.

Could the 'Perfect' Campaign Lose?

Kay Hagan is trying to prove months of good work can withstand a national climate that's threatening other Dems. Republicans are confident she can't.

GOP Group Urges Young Voters to Support Weed Candidate

The last-minute pitch is a bid to siphon votes from Democrat Kay Hagan so that the Republican can advance.  

Where the National Climate Doesn't Matter

Politics has become increasingly nationalized in recent years, but in 2014, some statewide and local officials are bucking the trend.

Larry Pressler Says He Was 'Misquoted' About Social Security. He Wasn’t.

South Dakotan denies telling National Journal he wanted to raise the retirement age, but a recording shows he did.

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