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Anonymous

Tom,You were spot with Salazar and now CO Dems have probably an even more popular candidate in Hickenlooper.Reminds me of Wisconsin where Doyle quit and we have now the Milwaukee Mayor Running.

Anonymous

Dream onWe will pick up NV, CO, and AR because all 3 have been liberals

Tom Jensen

Thanks for catching the typo

Anonymous

In North Dakota where Democrats were going to win, theyre not going to lose.That makes no sense. I think you meant, theyre NOW going to lose.

Anonymous

Now its time to get Reid and Lincoln to retire so we can hang on to those seats. Had Corzine done what done did, New Jersey would have a Governor Corey Booker instead of a Governor Chris Christie

Anonymous

CT is not off the table. Blumenthal has never faced a race and he will face one now

Anonymous

CT will be an interesting place to watch wrt the anti-dems, anti-incumb, pro-GOP/tea-party tide. The numbers will tighten big time there. DickB has not had any serious challenger in recent elections. The best case I can make in an anti-incmb tide for the GOP is Simmons to get out - he is an ex-DC crowd..and let LindaM to pump her millions and tighten the numbers (female, outsider, millions in the pocket). I dont think Brown will win on election day, but the closeness of the polls should send shockwaves among the dems. Lincoln is finished, the dems may keep the seat if she get out and the current gov. run go for the seat. Reid is half-done as well even he has 25 Million campaign funds to spend. Will that do any good, who knows, ask Corzine. What about Arlen? Heheh. Could we set up a yr for the dems to lose 30-35 seats in the house and 6-8 seats in the senate? That will be a real shocker. My perference is the dems to narrowly hold onto the house and GOP has 46 R senators. This way the dems still run the agenda but they cant jam thru stuff the public dont want. For Obama, he would be better off to have the GOP running the house..and in 2012, he could blame them on all the bad things.

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