The most recent seat to move from "toss up" to safely Republican is Tennessee, where after Democrat Phil Bredesen announced that he would've voted to confirm Kavanaugh, angering many of his base, Republican Marsha Blackburn has taken a commanding lead.
While Democrats continue to see strong odds of recapturing control of the House and gaining governorships, Republicans will likely hold on to the Senate, riding a wave of enthusiasm following the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. She voted Wednesday on a health care bill that was a top priority for Democrats but wasn't around for votes later Wednesday or Thursday on Trump nominees. McConnell has all the leverage in the fight ― only two of his members are considered vulnerable this cycle, while Democrats count a half-dozen senators, most of whom wanted to go home and defend their seats.
Henderson said in a press release earlier this month that the misconduct claims were filed after Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, which began on September 4.
Senate Democrats up for reelection in red states feared they could be kept in Washington while their Republican challengers ran free in their respective states. Republican congressional leaders like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan both had abysmal approval ratings (46 percent unfavorable and 25 percent favorable for the former, 49 percent unfavorable and 32 percent favorable for the latter), with the best showing for a national Republican figure going to Vice President Mike Pence, who had 45 percent unfavorable and 41 percent favorable. He said many House races have been called wrong and, "I really think the Republicans are very energized, much more so now than two or three weeks ago".
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"When they go low, we kick them", former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. says after a clip of a pro-life protester is kicked in the face by an abortion activist. This would be an "extraordinary violation of constitutional and political norms" and is unlikely, but the pressure may "make some of the conservative justices more cautious" on future rulings.
"I'd be foolish and dishonest if I didn't say this is a year where we've got more obstacles", he said.
"It's always a good thing if we can be home campaigning", Manchin said.
Republican Sen. John Kennedy agreed that McConnell was dead set on getting a good deal for Republicans.