Election Roundup: The cross country race rundown.

by Andy Surabian
Political Director

Georgia
After weeks of smears on businessman David Perdue, Democrat candidate for Senate Michelle Nunn has seemingly taken the lead in the Georgia Senate race. 2 polls released in the last week have shown her with small leads over Perdue. A poll conducted by Survey USA shows her leading Perdue 48% to 45%, while another poll conducted by WRBL showed her leading 45% to 44%. Luckily, both polls are within the margin of error and Perdue is still given a 62% chance of victory in November by the Huffington Post. Read More

Election Roundup: What’s happening in your backyard?

by Andy Surabian
Political Director

Arkansas
After weeks and weeks of polls showing Tea Party Express-endorsed candidate Tom Cotton leading liberal incumbent Mark Pryor, the Democrats are calling in the big gun. It was reported that former President Bill Clinton will campaign with Pryor during a series of rallies throughout the state in an effort to save his flailing campaign. Read More

Political Update: Catch the Offense and Defense of National Elections

by Andy Surabian
Political Director

Alaska

It has been a good week for Republicans in Alaska. The first bit of good news came when the NRA announced that they would not be endorsing the so-called “moderate democrat,” Mark Begich, in his reelection bid for the U.S. Senate. The influential group pointed to the freshman Senator’s votes in favor of gun-grabbing Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan as reasons for not backing Senator Begich’s reelection. Read More