Karl Rove's Fearless Political Predictions for 2014: How many Senate seats will the GOP have?
Settled on 11/05/2014 20:28 Settled by kruijs
They were right. On Tuesday night, Republicans won control of the U.S. Senate for the first time in eight years.
Groups connected to Rove and the Koch brothers were among the biggest winners in Tuesday’s midterm elections. Of the 10 U.S. Senate races where either the Rove-linked nonprofit Crossroads GPS or its sister super PAC, American Crossroads, was active, their favored candidates prevailed in at least six—with the Alaska Senate race still too close to call at this writing and a runoff election coming next month in Louisiana. Similarly, of the nine U.S. Senate races where the Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity was active, its favored candidates also prevailed in at least five contests. Only in New Hampshire and Michigan did the Crossroads groups and Americans for Prosperity see defeat.
Karl Rove: My Fearless Political Predictions for 2014
So what does my crystal ball say for 2014? GOP will most likely end up with 50 or 51 Senate seats.
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