Among the races to be decided on Election Day 2014 are one-third of the Senate's 100 seats. Republicans are hoping to redress a grievance from 2013 — the change in filibuster rules for confirmation of presidential appointments.
From the New York Times:
Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican leader, made clear that he hoped to exact the ultimate revenge, taking back control of the Senate and using the new rules against the Democrats who made them. "The solution to this problem is at the ballot box," he said. "We look forward to having a great election."
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