Would you sum up the situation and significance for those of us not from Missouri?
I can only speak for the Tea Partiers I know around here (who were for Brunner). The ad was a pitch for Aiken stating he was too conservative for Mo. A brilliant ad designed to put him over the top. Whoever wins the areas surrounding St. Louis & K. C. (Democratic strong holds) win the election. Brunner & Steelman had a better chance to pick up some votes in those areas. With her ad the ground work has already been laid for the Dems to have an easier time getting votes in those areas. His conservative credentials make him the easiest candidate for them to pick off. They won’t need as many dead voters......
At least that’s how some of us see it.
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