NRSC’s Sarah Morgan: Every Democrat Should Be Worried
AR Intel had the opportunity to sit down with Sarah Morgan, the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s (NRSC) political director late last week for a wide-ranging discussion about key Senate races across the country and the committee’s role in helping Republican candidates win in November.
With just six months to go until Election Day, the NRSC feels confident and prepared for the dozen or so closely watched Senate races taking place this cycle. Ten Democrats are up for reelection in states won by President Trump in 2016, and that’s a big difference from the 2016 cycle, Morgan’s first at the committee.
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Morning Consult’s May Midterm Polling Update: By The Numbers
Morning Consult published a series of new polling numbers that track President Trump’s approval rating, the generic congressional ballot, approval of incumbent senators, and top policy issues.
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Senate Democrats’ Q1 Fundraising Numbers
In a midterm election cycle that typically favors the party not holding the White House, fundraising will be one barometer to measure whether that dynamic holds true in 2018. However, even with those potential electoral headwinds, Democrats will be defending 10 Senate seats located in states President Trump won in 2016.
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Morning Consult: America’s Most and Least Popular Senators
2018’s first quarter was a volatile one for several senators, with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle seeing significant changes in levels of support from their constituents, according to the latest Morning Consult Senator Approval Rankings.
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POLITICO’s top 10 Senate races
“In North Dakota, a sought-after GOP recruit, Rep. Kevin Cramer, changed his mind and jumped into the race against Democratic incumbent Heidi Heitkamp. And perhaps more significant, Florida Gov. Rick Scott inched closer this week to bringing his statewide name ID and boatloads of money to the race against vulnerable Sen. Bill Nelson.”
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Brian O. Walsh & Carl Forti on What to Expect in the Lead Up to 2018 and 2020
During an exclusive America Rising Intel conference call last week, seasoned political professionals Brian O. Walsh and Carl Forti provided critical insights on the upcoming 2018 midterm elections and President Trump’s looming reelection campaign in 2020.
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Axios: New peril for moderate Dems: Voters happy with Trump’s economy
Half of all voters in the 10 states that voted for Trump but have Democratic senators say the economy is better off now than it was a year ago, according to new Axios/SurveyMonkey polls. And in nine of the states majorities approve of the GOP tax law.
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Roll Call: Cramer Ahead of Heitkamp in NRSC North Dakota Poll
“Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer, who recently entered the North Dakota Senate race, leads Democratic incumbent Heidi Heitkamp by 5 points, according to a poll commissioned by the National Republican Senatorial Committee and shared first with Roll Call.” Become an AR Intel Insider to learn more.
Senate Dem Q4 Fundraising Totals – By The Numbers
Several Senate Democrats are running in 2018 in states that Donald Trump won by big margins in 2016. Here’s who is in the most trouble.
Kevin Cramer Announces Run for North Dakota Senate Seat
The U.S. representative will challenge Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) for the battleground seat.