In this Nov. 9, 2016 file photo, Republican State Leadership Committee President Matt Walter speaks during a news conference about the GOP's success on election night, at the Republican National Committee in Washington. Millions of dollars in campaign spending produced mixed results for the conservative and liberal groups seeking to sway state supreme courts around the country. Walter, president of the leadership committee, said he expects heavy spending on both sides to continue, given the outcome of Tuesday's election.
In this Nov. 9, 2016 file photo, Republican State Leadership Committee President Matt Walter speaks during a news conference about the GOP's success on election night, at the Republican National Committee in Washington. Millions of dollars in campaign spending produced mixed results for the conservative and liberal groups seeking to sway state supreme courts around the country. Walter, president of the leadership committee, said he expects heavy spending on both sides to continue, given the outcome of Tuesday's election. Alex Brandon AP
In this Nov. 9, 2016 file photo, Republican State Leadership Committee President Matt Walter speaks during a news conference about the GOP's success on election night, at the Republican National Committee in Washington. Millions of dollars in campaign spending produced mixed results for the conservative and liberal groups seeking to sway state supreme courts around the country. Walter, president of the leadership committee, said he expects heavy spending on both sides to continue, given the outcome of Tuesday's election. Alex Brandon AP

GOP blocking nation’s progress

November 11, 2016 1:52 PM