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  •  They're not traditional battlegrounds (1+ / 0-)
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    James Allen

    but GA and KY are arguably more competitive on many other levels compared to MS and KS.  And personally, I'm not holding my breath on MS or KS.  In MS, even if  Cochran loses, his opponent, while a tea-party conservative, can still win.  This is Mississippi after-all.  Kansas seems like it has the better shot of blowing up in the GOP's face, and tying the race to the Gov race could be a good way to win both offices.  But again, this seems like such a remote possibility it's hard to give it much thought.

    •  But if either Childers or Taylor wins, (1+ / 0-)
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      we've got a new set of beachheads in dark red territory. Six years is a long time, certainly long enough to build up a resume and work hard to get reelected. Plus, Davis might win in KS, too.

      "Once, at a formal dinner, when [a rich] guest complained about the cost of welfare programs for the poor, Buffett replied tartly, 'I'm a lot more concerned about welfare for the rich.'"--from a book on Warren Buffett

      by bjssp on Tue Mar 04, 2014 at 01:05:31 PM PST

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