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  •  OH, MO, NH, and KY too (3+ / 0-)
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    Uberbah, Sun dog, littlebird33

    All open seats held by GOP, and it seems like we've got strong Dems running in each state.

    •  We'll put them in the column (0+ / 0-) case Dodd is in trouble.

      50 states, 210 media market, 435 Congressional Districts, 3080 counties, 192,480 precincts

      by TarheelDem on Tue Jan 05, 2010 at 04:10:28 PM PST

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    •  In Ohio, we've got a primary (3+ / 0-)
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      grrr, auditor, littlebird33

      We've got an excellent strong progressive with no money (thanks in large part to her well-connected opponent openly threatening her potential donors) and a guy who's been spending all his time groveling for money and absolutely no time developing any campaign issues that would excite Democratic voters (In fact, he's been pulling all his punches so as not to ever be controversial).

      I'm pretty convinced the latter can't win. After the primary, all the corporate money will go to the Republican who in any case already has triple the money. So he'll need issues, like, LAST MONTH. I don't know about the former. If she wins her primary and people get behind her, she's got a lot of places to go for money. The DSCC seems to have written her off already though.

      And we've got an anchor on our statewide ticket. Ohio's complicated.

      Stop Rob "The Job Outsourcer" Portman. Jennifer Brunner for Senate

      by anastasia p on Tue Jan 05, 2010 at 04:16:13 PM PST

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