Senatorial races are political elections determining which individuals make up the U.S. Senate. A senate term is six years, and one-third of the senate is elected every two years. After six years are up, the incumbent se... More » Government & Politics Politics Elections

The word "race" is defined as "the act of running," "a contest of speed," or the verb associated with these nouns, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. "Race" can also mean "a set course or duration of time" or "... More » Education

Some Ethiopians identify with the black race, while others prefer to only identify with their Ethiopian heritage. Typically, Ethiopians have dark skin, but race is a socially constructed idea that does not well-define in... More »

Requirements for Delaware senatorial candidates include meeting the state’s constitutional qualifications, submitting the necessary filing forms and fees, and complying with state election laws. Article II, Section 3 of ... More » Government & Politics Politics Elections

Historically, political polling has typically predicted the winner of a given election with great accuracy, although polls have been incorrect in certain races. However, as cellphone use has become more pervasive and peo... More »

Polls for congressional races combine traditional polling techniques with generic balloting to predict overall partisan distribution of nationwide congressional races. The typical generic ballot question asks voters whet... More » Government & Politics Politics Elections

RealClearPolitics keeps a regularly updated page of polling data on all U.S. Senate races. The website links to data gathered by both national polling sources and local media organizations following the races in their re... More » Government & Politics Politics Elections