The prospect of a new president may be helping favorability ratings.
Goal is to limit losses to three Senate seats, says Sen. John Ensign of Nevada.
The Democratic National Committee chairman played down James Johnson's role in Obama's campaign and hit back at the Republicans at Wednesday's Monitor breakfast.
He'll no longer head vice-presidential search committee, a casualty of what DNC Chairman Dean had called 'a Republican-planted story.'
Wolfson and Garin argue that she's the stronger Democrat in the fall election.
Differences include control of federal spending and climate change, argues adviser Charlie Black
The Former Democrat and Republican party chairs want education to be a bigger part of the 2008 campaign.