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Scott Bland is the editor-in-chief of National Journal Hotline. Previously he was a senior analyst covering House, Senate, and governor's races for the publication. He covered the 2012 elections as the editor of House Race Hotline, The Hotline's daily digest of House race news and analysis. He joined National Journal in 2009 as research assistant to Editorial Director Ronald Brownstein. Scott's other work has appeared in the Christian Science Monitor, TheAtlantic.com, the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire, and Stanford University’s alumni magazine. He graduated from Stanford with a bachelor’s degree in history. Scott is a native of Ithaca, NY.

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Will Colorado Democrats' Voter Utopia Save Mark Udall?

Or is Cory Gardner the candidate to erase a decade of Republican futility in the nation's quintessential swing state?

Knocking at Victory's Door?

LAKEWOOD, Colo.—Republicans are within reach of the Senate majority, but a few key races are still desperately close. That has Democrats hopeful their get-out-the-vote programs can boost them ju...

Hillary Clinton Defends Udall’s 'Women and Women First' Campaign

The polls are grim and pundits are critical, but Clinton wants Udall to stay the course.

Rocky Mountain High Volume

DENVER—We've been tracking hundreds and hundreds of new political ads over the last few months. So, unwittingly, have the majority of Coloradans who live in the Denver media market, which has be...

Elizabeth Warren: 'We're All Looking at You, Colorado!'

A liberal icon rallies Democrats to support incumbent Mark Udall's struggling Senate campaign.

The Closest Races of 2014

As we draw nearer and nearer to Election Day, some campaigns are starting to get out of hand -- and some continue to look as close as ever. Here are the races that look like they could be the cl...

A New Test for California's Plan to Eliminate 'Safe Seats'

Two California Democrats are going head-to-head for a House seat, testing a new electoral system aimed at making more races competitive.

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Will Colorado Democrats' Voter Utopia Save Mark Udall?

Or is Cory Gardner the candidate to erase a decade of Republican futility in the nation's quintessential swing state?

Hillary Clinton Defends Udall’s 'Women and Women First' Campaign

The polls are grim and pundits are critical, but Clinton wants Udall to stay the course.

Elizabeth Warren: 'We're All Looking at You, Colorado!'

A liberal icon rallies Democrats to support incumbent Mark Udall's struggling Senate campaign.

A New Test for California's Plan to Eliminate 'Safe Seats'

Two California Democrats are going head-to-head for a House seat, testing a new electoral system aimed at making more races competitive.

Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Republicans on the Brink

Senate control looks tantalizingly close for the GOP, but Democrats still have a fair chance to hold the line.  

Can This Baker Ruin Democrats' Hopes in Upstate New York?

Third-party candidacies can siphon votes, and this year that might have a real effect on results.  

Why Women Are Democrats' Last Best Hope to Salvage the Senate

Republicans are nervously watching the gender gap widen as Democrats press their advantage with female voters.

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