From the daily archives: Thursday, March 5, 2015

Larry J. Sabato, a university professor of politics and director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics, said Tuesday that his accuracy on initial ratings for U.S. Senate races for the last five cycles (2006-2014) has been correct 89-percent of the time. That’s an important statistic, especially given his prediction for 2016 that Democrats stand a very good chance of retaking control of the Upper Chamber, and could do even better if their presidential candidate can blow the GOP ticket out of the water, as it now seems likely if Hillary Clinton mops the floor against a Republican […]

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