Polls: Democrats on Track to Flip 3 GOP Senate Seats

Bill Clark  CQ-Roll Call Group

Bill Clark CQ-Roll Call Group

The Arizona Democratic Party and Maricopa County Democrats spent two months casting the special election as a test run in a state that also includes several potentially competitive congressional seats. On paper, they got their wish. And in the 37th District in Westchester, Shelly Mayer, in a stellar win, beat out GOP candidate Julie Killian.

"Last night's victory showed that there is a "blue wave" sweeping NY, and voters want Democrats in control of the Senate", said Mike Murphy, a spokesman for the Senate Democratic Conference.

Trump's legislative director, Marc Short, said in a broadcast interview Sunday that "as far as I know, the president has no intention of firing" either Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees Mueller's investigation. "It's obviously important if Democrats win the House and/or the Senate and changes the dynamics for the next two years".

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McConnell said he and other Republicans reluctantly agreed to those changes at the time to try to keep then-Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) from pushing through the "nuclear option" to reduce to 51 from 60 the votes needed to confirm Obama administration nominees. Scott Reif, a spokesman for the state Senate GOP, said Democrats "were supposed to win this race".

For Democrats, 2018 is make or break - a chance to take back power from Republicans who fully control the governments in Lansing and Washington, D.C. For the GOP, it is an opportunity to defy historical and cyclical trends that suggest trouble for the president's party in midterm elections despite Donald Trump's surprise MI victory in 2016.

The legislation resulted from the merging of two separate bills that aimed to protect Mueller.

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"We're in the personnel business", McConnell said late previous year at a breakfast sponsored by the news site Axios, pointing the "unique opportunity" Republicans have "to move America right of center" and have "a huge impact on the court system in this country for a generation". Cuomo wrote a letter to the Senator, saying that Felder is "pivotal" to the future of the Senate. These are not usual days. Pensler has given $5 million to his campaign and said unlike the GOP nominees who lost to Stabenow in 2012 and 2006, "I haven't been in politics before". Democrats say they'll now focus on winning a clear majority in November.

"Because special counsel investigations only occur where there is a conflict of interest within the executive branch, special counsel investigations are usually matters of great national concern", Grassley said.

Senate Democratic Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins says the Democratic Senate candidate in the special election in Westchester won by almost 20 points in what was expected to be a close race. The other is in the Bronx, where a Democrat also won in a district where registration heavily favors the party.

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Héctor Figueroa, president of 32BJ SEIU, called the night a success for labor and the working class. "But because of the fact that it's going on, and I think you'll understand this, I have decided that I won't be involved", Trump said. "They have been strong supporters of the Fight for $15, unions and immigrants' rights".

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