From a distance, the race for the U.S. Senate looks like a toss-up.
Democrats are hoping to pick up a few seats and pick up the majority.
But the GOP has more than doubled its Senate majority since November, and its super-PAC, Restore Our Future, is spending big on ads trying to make sure they do well in November.
What you need to know about the 2018 midterm elections.1.
How the race will play out: In 2018, Democrats held a narrow advantage in the state’s Senate race, a 51-49 advantage in House races and a 54-48 edge in gubernatorial races.
The Republicans’ advantage in 2018 was mostly because they won a smaller number of House seats than the Democrats did.
But this year, they’re poised to pick off a few more seats in a race that’s shaping up as a race of the two.
Republicans are aiming to pick away at the Democrats’ slim majority, and they’re doing so with a lot of cash.
The NRSC spent more than $5.5 million on ads in 2018, and it’s spending an additional $1 million to $1.5 in the final two weeks before the election, according to a Democratic source.
In the final week before the Nov. 8 election, the NRSC will also be airing ads attacking the Democratic challenger.
In 2018 in Mississippi, the Republican Party spent more money on advertising in the last two weeks of the election than it did in any other month of the year, according with the nonpartisan Cook Political Report.
This year, Republicans are targeting African-Americans in a way that was unheard of in the past.
They’re targeting Sen. Thad Cochran, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and he’s the first African-American Republican senator to face a challenge in Mississippi.
The race is being closely watched in Mississippi because it comes as the state grapples with its opioid crisis.
Democrats believe that if Cochran wins, he’ll be able to push through an agenda to address the problem.
If he loses, he may be able get rid of it by trying to pass a law that would allow the drug testing of doctors who prescribe opioids to doctors who aren’t licensed to do so.
The Democratic Party is also planning to target Cochran’s support for a $10-per-day drug tax that could give him an advantage.
In 2020, Republicans may try to pick a fight with the NRCC over the $10 drug tax.
If they win, it could set off a backlash from Cochran supporters and his supporters.
They could also be able take advantage of the fact that Cochran was a vocal supporter of the Trump administration’s decision to rescind an Obama-era regulation on the opioid crisis that would have forced some pharmaceutical companies to disclose how much opioids are contributing to the problem in the states that have passed the rule.
The GOP is also targeting Cochran because he supports a bill that would expand Medicaid.
This could cause him to lose some support in the House, and could also make him vulnerable in the Senate.
But in 2020, the party is aiming to win back a few House seats and to take control of the chamber, which means that Republicans are in the race to lose.
If Republicans lose, it will be a very hard time for Democrats to gain back control of Congress.2.
Who is leading the NRCCC: The NRCC is led by veteran Democratic strategist Mark Penn, who was the executive director of the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016.
Penn also served as an adviser to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Penn was previously an adviser and fundraiser to Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey, who is running for governor.
Penn previously worked as an aide to President Bill Clinton, and was a senior adviser to President George W. Bush.
Penn is the son of former New Jersey Gov.
How much does it cost to run for the Senate?
The NRCA’s website says it’s $5,000 for the NRC to run ads.
That doesn’t include the NRCD’s $2,500 per ad purchase.
The campaign says it will spend $2.5 to $3.5 for ads on air, online and social.
The campaigns will have a $2 million advertising budget, which the NRDC says will allow them to air ads on radio and television and on social media.4.
Who’s behind the NRRC?
The New Jersey-based NRRC is a super PAC that was created in 2015 and is run by former Democratic Rep. Jim McCallum, who ran for Senate in 2014.
The group is overseen by a board of directors, who include former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Republican Sen. Jim DeMint, according the NRCA.5.
Who has endorsed the NRPC?
The organization has received endorsements from former New Mexico Gov.
Susana Martinez, former New Hampshire Gov.
Nikki Haley and former New Orleans Mayor Mitch