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The midterms confirmed that incumbents should always take an aggressive approach.
Senate Republicans would have needed to pull off a dramatic upset to meet that bar.
The mathematics of Senate control after the midterms is increasingly complex.
Democrats' chance to maintain their hold on the Senate now boils down to the ground game.
Democrats have it tough in Senate races this year; the GOP is looking at an even worse scenario in 2016.
Democrats have slightly increased their chances of holding on to the Senate, so Republicans need to ensure red states stay red.
Midterm elections come in three varieties for the White House party: bad, really bad, and horrific.
In the battle for control of the U.S. Senate, what's most remarkable is how little has changed over the summer.
After the Democratic debacle in the last midterms, no one can ignore the power of holding the redistricting pen.
A big country has big problems—but the systematic failure of congressional leadership is making them impossible to tackle.