Senate on Townhall

Christine Rousselle - Tue Nov 4

Mitch McConnell re-elected. ... more

Rich Galen - Tue Nov 4

Townhall Magazine - Mon Nov 3

Our capitol city after the midterms. ... more

Kevin Glass - Sat Nov 1

Another week, another poll showing the race between incumbent Republican Pat Roberts and Democrat-turned-Independent Greg Orman is too close to call - within the margin of error. Orman has maintained a small yet consistent lead recently but has only led by more than two points in a single poll. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Wed Oct 29

Leah Barkoukis - Tue Oct 28

Simply put, she has the business experience. ... more

Phyllis Schlafly - Tue Oct 28

Christine Rousselle - Wed Oct 22

Word. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Sun Oct 19

With the midterm elections just weeks away, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz seemed confident during her appearance on Fox News Sunday that Democrats will keep the Senate. ... more

Kevin Glass - Sun Oct 19

In this week's Kansas Senate debate between Greg Orman and incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts, the moderator asked the two about ultrasound laws. Independent candidate Greg Orman (there is no Democrat running in the race) discussed abortion by saying he doesn't want to discuss it. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Fri Oct 17

Over 50 percent. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Thu Oct 16

Senate hopeful Terri Lynn Lands campaign is refusing to sit down with the Detroit Free Press for an endorsement meeting unless the paper changes an Oct. 4 column with sexist commentary about the former secretary of state. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Tue Oct 14

Democratic Senate candidate Gary Peters (D-Mich.) is out with a new ad hitting Republican opponent Terri Lynn Land on womens health issues and birth control. Land campaign spokeswoman Heather Swift denounced the ad as a desperate attempt to cover up sexist, anti-mom attacks from his campaign and allies last week. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Mon Oct 13

What on earth does this woman believe? ... more

Kevin Glass - Sat Oct 11

Kansas' 2014 race for Senate may be one studied by political scientists for decades to come. ... more