Skip to comments.The next Jean Schmidt? The top 10 House incumbents who could lose their primaries
Posted on 03/31/2012 3:20:03 AM PDT by SMGFan
Even in the most anti-incumbent primary season of the past few decades, less than 5 percent of members of Congress lost their primaries.
But relatively speaking, this looks like one of the most anti-incumbent years in decades. There are several factors in the coming election that will lead to an increase in the number of members sent home early and its quite possible we could see more incumbents lose than at any point in the last 40 years.
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Plz let Bonehead be one of the losers..
Pails, peals, piles, polls, pulls, pals, pells, pills, pols, Pewles?????
Who is this mysterious rep?
My rep, Heath Shuler, is not running due to redistricting. A republican should win since the district no longer contains most of Asheville.
Good a fraud
The Ohio primaries are over. The only primary opponent Boehner had was a fringe guy who only ran to put pictures of aborted babies on TV.
Which, by the way, is the worst way ever to change hearts and minds on abortion.
I live in his district. There is no serious opposition to Boehner here, even among the Tea Party groups. He is very in tune with the district.
He’s viewed as not perfect, but a good man trying to do a difficult job.
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