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Julie Sobel has covered politics for National Journal Hotline since July 2010. She received a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a master's in journalism from New York University.

Latest From Julie Sobel

Senate Majority PAC Hits Cotton, Land


Tillis Accuses Harris of 'Going Negative'; Harris Replies Publicly

Harris: "You and I both know that the Democrats will have a field day with you in a general."


Two Pro-McConnell Groups Airing Ads During Basketball Games

Bevin spot hits McConnell on NCAA web ad controversy.


Braley Farming Controversy Continues

Campaign misspells farm-related words in email.


Ohio Paper Looks at 'Outsider' Attacks on Dan Sullivan


Sasse Releases New Ad

New SCF ad buy supporting Sasse.


Palin Endorses Ortman

Crowns her a "mama grizzly."

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The Hotline's Senate Race Rankings: Republicans in Command

A favorable map, public opinion against the president, and a glut of outside spending are boosting GOP fortunes across the country.

Democrats Meddling in GOP Primaries Again

In North Carolina and Alaska, Democratic-aligned groups aren't waiting for GOP primaries to be finished before targeting Republican candidates over the airwaves.

The Tea Party Cares About Electability?

The front-runner for the GOP's Senate nomination in Colorado is spurned by a tea-party group over concerns that he can't win a general election. 

The Hotline's Senate Fundraising Winners and Losers

Candidates for federal office were required to file their year-end campaign finance reports with the Federal Election Commission by midnight last Friday, and with control of the Senate up for grab...

Mitch McConnell Narrowly Outraises Alison Lundergan Grimes

Both candidates in the marquee Kentucky Senate race brought in over $2 million in the fourth quarter.

Scott Brown Takes the Road Less Traveled to N.H.

The former Massachusetts senator is considering a bid in the neighboring Granite State, but his recent travel has taken him elsewhere.

Meet a Rare Republican Candidate Touting His Connections to George W. Bush

Ed Gillespie, who is taking aim at Mark Warner's Senate seat in Virginia, notes in his campaign video that he rose from Senate parking-lot attendant to presidential counselor.

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