Skip to comments.Final count in Senate is 55 Dems, 45 Repubs (net gain of 2 for dems?)
Posted on 11/10/2012 5:22:01 AM PST by Evil Slayer
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The Senate map looks great for us.
The only Republican up in democrat state is Collins and she is popular.
We cannot afford any slip ups though, we need 6 for a bare majority.
Boy it would have been nice to have won a couple more races the past 2 elections.
I think that Sen. Franken might lose. He won with about 42% of the vote. The Republican, Norm Coleman, got about 41.5%, and most of the rest was won by the MN Indepdendence Party candidate. If all anti-Franken candidates cooperate, to defeat Franken, he’ll probably lose.
Sen. Lautenberg will have his 90th birthday in Jan. 2014. I hope that Gov. Christie will run for that seat. I hope that Gov. Roemer will run against Sen. Landrieu.
I live in Illinois, and, two days ago, I became the campaign manager of a Chad Koppie, a conservative Republican who hopes to replace Sen. Durbin. Chad has been a school board member, township trustee, and a member of a county school board. In 1998, he was the only conservative who ran for governor, in our GOP primary. Chad got almost 20% of the vote, although he didn’t spend much money. He’s pro-tax cuts, pro-spending cuts, pro-life, and pro-gun rights.
if everybody is telling you they are not voting for Goode, then he doesn’t look like a viable candidate to win.