Skip to comments.Intense Nebraska U.S. Senate Race May Be Pivotal Test for Tea Party Prospects
Posted on 05/03/2014 3:41:26 PM PDT by cotton1706
Three Republican candidates are sprinting to the finish of a contentious GOP primary for the U.S. Senate, with only two weeks to go until Nebraskans cast their votes and accusations are flying everywhere.
This week, the editor of a conservative publication accused one Republican candidate of attempting to torpedo a U.S. Senate primary opponent, potentially opening the race for another individual running in the GOP primary whom the pundit has accused of being a Democrat masquerading as a Republican.
Shane Osborn is done in Nebraska. He cannot get the momentum to win the race. At this point, Osborn is taking the position that if he cant win the Senate race, neither should Ben Sasse, Red State editor Erick Erickson, who has endorsed Sasse, wrote in a Thursday blog post.
A recent poll commissioned by the Sasse campaign shows him leading the race with 31 percent of the vote, followed by Osborn at 25 percent and Sid Dinsdale with 22 percent of the vote. Those undecided account for 14 percent, and 8 percent are split between two other candidates, according to the poll.
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I hate when these races are treated as do or die races.
Its really only pivotal in that particular race.
Dinsdale is a Democrat and she is going to help him take the GOP nomination?
And so once again ego of the wanna be politician is more important than anything. It is one of the reasons we are in the mess we are in