While I agree that the battles must be chosen carefully Hudak is in a split district and has a good chance of going away. I don't think that all the money in the world will help McLachlan or Morse.
Hudak didn't help her cause any with the following either:
In 2013 during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on pending gun legislation Senator Hudak uncomfortably denigrated the testimony and feelings of a rape survivor, Amanda Collins, who was testifying about her attack, explaining that she had wished she would have had a firearm to defend herself from her rapist, and how she could have prevented the attack from occurring if she had been armed. Senator Hudak responded to Collins' testimony, calling her story unsettling, then went on to respond to Collins by stating without supporting numbers or statistics that actually, statistics are not on your side, even if you had a gun you would have still been raped.    Senator Hudak went on to say: You said that you were a martial arts student, I mean person, experienced in taekwondo, and yet because this individual was so large, was able to overcome you even with your skills, and chances are that if you had had a gun, then he would have been able to get that from you and possibly use it against you. Collins replied: Respectfully senator, you werent there. Had I been carrying concealed, he wouldnt have known I had my weapon; and I was there. I know without a doubt in my mind at some point I wouldve been able to stop my attack by using my firearm.
Hudak will not be recalled.
We’ll have to wait until she’s up for re-election.
Recalls are isolated and allow the opposition to spend as much as they like in defending.