Hagen was the second woman ever elected to the U.S. Senate from North Carolina.
Pity poor Washington. No doubt breaking the hearts of elected and appointed government officials, their staffs and hangers-on, a blog at the Center for Responsive Politics reports that the "influence industry appears to be contracting, and the trend continued in 2015."
Secret money flowed through multiple groups to aid Tillis, McConnell.
Burr is usually cited as one of the most vulnerable GOP incumbents among the Democrats' pick-up options, and Hagan had been
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During a presidential year with substantially higher turnout, Hagan more than likely would have been re-elected. When she won her first Senate term in 2008, Hagan outperformed Barack Obama in North Carolina by over 100,000 ballots, leading the statewide ticket with 2.25 million votes.