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As Congressional leaders come together at the White House Friday to meet with President Obama there are two questions on everyone’s mind.
This election represents a complete rejection of the president, his agenda and his leadership.
Even if Republicans control the Senate, it is unlikely that they will be able to govern effectively.
National sentiment can shift overnight. And while the battle for control of the Senate is shifting towards the Republicans, races in key battleground states are deadlocked.
Democrats and Republicans need to take a good, hard look at why so many Americans just don’t want to vote for their candidates any more.
Russia is already the world’s third highest military spender behind the United States and China and they’re clearly going to keep amping it up.
The McConnell-Grimes race is on course to be the most expensive in history with spending set to exceed $100 million by November.