“I think we’re in for a tsunami-type election in 2014,” Priebus said.”My belief is, it’s going to be a very big win, especially at the U.S. Senate level, and we may add some seats in congressional races. But I need to and we need to at the RNC make sure that we can capture the positives and the benefits we’ve been able to provide in 2014 and build on that to have success in 2016, which is a very different type of election.”

He was bullish on the Senate, where Republicans need to net six seats to regain control. He pointed to red states where Democrats are seeking re-election, noting that in many of those places, President Barack Obama is deeply unpopular, and argued that the health care act is “total poison across the country.” …

“I’m just guessing here, but I think among youth and women, we’re gonna see the greatest increase in 2014 because of, No. 1, Obamacare,” Priebus said. “It’s very, very, very personal among women losing your doctor, getting your insurance canceled.”