Kentucky may be having one historic Senate election, but nobody's paying much attention. Let's fix that!
Indiana's Evan Bayh simply has to retake his Senate seat, for the sake of future political trivia.
Here's a couple of gimmes.
Son of a gun, too many idiots run, on the Bayou.
For an article about the Senate race involving Roy Blunt, you'd think this piece would have a lot more weed jokes.
They probably won't be up past midnight counting the U.S. Senate ballots in Washington, is what we're saying.
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden probably won't have to worry about losing his seat to a perennial Oregon candidate who's most famous for storming out of a candidate forum.
This week's profile of 2016's U.S. Senate races is chock full of Dakotas. Sorry, not the Fanning girl.
Let's take a look at a couple of safe Democratic Senate seats for a change. Also, an incumbent who was once falsely accused of sheep diddling.
Florida's having another election. Please tighten your safety belts and assume your crash positions.
Alabama's Richard Shelby has been in the U.S. Senate since the Reagan administration. That seems about long enough, don't you think?
There are strange things done in the midnight sun, like this year's race for the U.S. Senate. No, we're not going to do a full 'Cremation of Sam McGee' parody, sorry.
Let's all try to get excited about Chuck Schumer! Or at least laugh at Dinesh D'Souza one more time.
How do you solve a problem like Jim Lankford?
You know what would be cool? Utah -- for godssakes UTAH -- nominating the nation's first transgender major party candidate for Senate.
Nevada's race for the U.S. Senate looks to be a squeaker between two disciplined mainstream candidates. Fortunately, for comic relief, complete goofball Sharron Angle is also running, for the lulz.