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November 16, 2010


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This confirms my suspicion that the Democrats up for reelection in 2012 are going to be much less vulnerable than those who were defeated or threatened in 2010.


Did you poll Obama approval or possible 2012 horseraces here?

Mark @ Israel

If Tester continues to earn the approval of the people, hell likely win again in the 2012 elections. However, if he follows the will of his party and do what the people does not approve of, then he might not be able to make it.


Tester is highly vulnerable and MT has every statewide office holder who is a Dem minus Rehberg so the state really tilts Dem minus at Presidential levelTetser will be beat he is very liberal

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