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Now This Is What I’m Talkin’ Bout

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee


Washington Post: “Senate Democrats… actually expanded their Senate majority — something basically nobody would have guessed even a year ago.”
T — You’ve never let up. You refused to quit. And you just did the unthinkable—you not only saved the Senate from a Republican takeover, you increased the Democratic majority!
From the bottom of my heart—thank you.
Many said we had no chance to keep the Senate, let alone gain seats. But you refused to let Karl Rove bury Democratic Senate candidates with money. And we did not only what many said was unthinkable— we did what most said was impossible.
We defied the odds and gained two Democratic Senate seats (take a look at the results below):
You elected a record number of women candidates. You elected our first openly gay Senator. You elected our first Asian American female Senator. You defeated Todd “legitimate rape” Akin and Richard “God intended pregnancy from rape” Mourdock.
If Karl Rove thought that millions of progressives couldn’t stand up to a handful of billionaires—you proved him so wrong. I am so proud. You did it.
Words can’t express how grateful I am. Thank you.
Sincerely,
Patty

State
Democrat
D% Vote
Republican
R% Vote

Arizona
Richard Carmona
45%
Jeff Flake
50%

California
Dianne Feinstein
61%
Elizabeth Emken
39%

Connecticut
Chris Murphy
55%
Linda McMahon
43%

Delaware
Thomas Carper
66%
Kevin Wade
29%

Florida
Bill Nelson
55%
Connie Mack
42%

Hawaii
Mazie Hirono
63%
Linda Lingle
37%

Indiana
Joe Donnelly
50%
Richard Mourdock
44%

Maine
Angus King (I)
53%
Charles Summers
30%

Maryland
Ben Cardin
54%
Daniel Bongino
27%

Massachusetts
Elizabeth Warren
54%
Scott Brown
46%

Michigan
Debbie Stabenow
58%
Pete Hoekstra
38%

Minnesota
Amy Klobuchar
65%
Kurt Bills
31%

Mississippi
Albert Gore
40%
Roger Wicker
57%

Missouri
Claire McCaskill
55%
Todd Akin
39%

Montana
Jon Tester
49%
Denny Rehberg
45%

Nebraska
Bob Kerrey
42%
Deb Fischer
58%

Nevada
Shelley Berkley
45%
Dean Heller
46%

New Jersey
Bob Menendez
58%
Joe Kyrillos
40%

New Mexico
Martin Heinrich
51%
Heather Wilson
45%

New York
Kirsten Gillibrand
72%
Wendy Long
27%

North Dakota
Heidi Heitkamp
50%
Rick Berg
49%

Ohio
Sherrod Brown
50%
Josh Mandel
45%

Pennsylvania
Bob Casey
54%
Tom Smith
45%

Rhode Island
Sheldon Whitehouse
65%
Barry Hinckley
35%

Tennessee
Mark Clayton
30%
Bob Corker
65%

Texas
Paul Sadler
40%
Ted Cruz
57%

Utah
Scott Howell
30%
Orrin Hatch
65%

Vermont
Bernie Sanders (I)
71%
John MacGovern
25%

Virginia
Tim Kaine
52%
George Allen
48%

Washington
Maria Cantwell
59%
Michael Baumgartner
41%

West Virginia
Joe Manchin
61%
John Raese
36%

Wisconsin
Tammy Baldwin
51%
Tommy Thompson
46%

Wyoming
Tim Chesnut
22%
John Barrasso
76%

25 races won (two independent)
8 races won

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