From: CQ Roll Call
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Fight for Senate Control Down to Five States: What it Could Mean in 2015
Date: Wed Sep 24 16:32:52 MDT 2014

Fight for Senate Control Down to Five States: What it Could Mean in 2015

CQ Roll Call's Stu Rothenberg On the Midterm Elections

With six weeks to go, the fight for control of the Senate is down to five states, four of them currently held by Democrats.

Learn what it all means at CQ Roll Call's Post Election Impact Conference held just two days after the election.

Republicans must win only two of those contests to guarantee the 51 seats they need to control the Senate for the last two years of Barack Obama's presidency. And they need to win only one of the Democratic states if they hold the only GOP seat at serious risk.

While things could still change - and national polls continue to show an environment that may produce a substantial GOP wave in the House and Senate - the Senate battle has boiled down to two reliably red states and three swing states.

Hear from Stu Rothenberg and the rest of the Roll Call team as well as Chris Dorobek of GovLoop's DorobekInsider,  David Drucker of the Washington Examiner, Mark Blumenthal of the Huffington Post, and Perry Bacon from NBC News  for a first inside look into the makeup of the 114th Congress. 

CQ Roll Call's expert analysts will prepare attendees for the opening hearings and markups of 2015, with discussion on the new power structure and agenda and what it means. Plus, the sought after "CQ Roll Call Guide to the New Congress" will be distributed to all attendees.

Register now for the Early Bird Rate!  <> >>

CQ Roll Call Post Election Impact Conference   
Nov.6, 2014    
The Liaison Capitol Hill    
Washington, DC

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