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Senators Elected in 2012 - Profiles of 2012 Senate Democratic ...
Profiles and backgrounds of all Democratic U.S. senators who were elected or reelected to the U.S. Senate in 2012.
Liberal & Democratic Leadership - Liberal Politics - About.com
Listing of Senate Committee Chairs in the 112th Congress, 2011 to 2012. Democrats hold control of the 112th Senate with 53 seats, to 47 seats occupied by ...
Harry Reid Bio, Senate Majority Leader - Liberal Politics - About.com
Profile and background of U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, Democrat from Nevada who is Senate Majority Leader in the 110th Congress. Reid is in a tight race for ...
Democratic Senate Seats Up For Re-Election in 2014
There are 21 US Senate seats up for re-election in 2014 that are currently held by Democrats, with more than half of those being vulnerable. These seats were ...
Republican US Senate Seats up for Re-Election in 2014
These seats were last contested in 2008, when President Obama had tremendous coat-tails in carrying down-ticket Democratic candidates to victory. These ...
Congress and the White House - Political Majority
See the political makeup of the House of Representatives and Senate. Learn how many Republicans and Democrats have been sent to Washington over the ...
2014 US Senate Race Ratings - Conservative Politics - About.com
Nov 20, 2013 ... In 2014, 35 US Senate seats will be up for election. Democrats have a bit of defending to do as they currently hold 21 of these seats that are up, ...
Will the Democrats Roll Their 2014 Losers Into 2016?
The Democratic bench got wiped clean in 2014 races for the US Senate and Governor. Will the same candidates make a comeback in 2016?
GOP Road to Victory in the US Senate in 2014 - Conservative Politics
While Republicans currently hold the US House of Representatives, Democrats control both the US Senate and Executive branch. In 2014, Republicans have a ...
113th Congress - Details and Information - US Politics on About.com
Jan 3, 2013 ... There are 100 seats in the Senate. In the 113th Congress, there were 53 Democrats, 45 Republicans and two independents at the beginning of ...