Senate 2008 Guru: Following the Races

Keeping a close eye on developments in the 2008 U.S. Senate races

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Saturday Night Quick Hits

  • Young people like Democrats far more than Republicans. I wonder how that works into the GOP's long-term plans.

  • New Mexico: The complete story behind the firing of former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias is beginning to come to light, and it's bad news for Pajamas Pete Domenici.

  • Georgia: Is Saxby Chambliss using the list of people who contact his Senate office regarding official government business inappropriately for fundraising? All the more reason that there is no incumbent in 2008 I'd more like to see lose than "Shameless" (or "Spineless") Saxby Chambliss.

  • Maine: MyDD's Singer offers an interview with Democratic Congressman and current Senate candidate Tom Allen that really doesn't pull any punches.

  • Kentucky: Mitch McConnell is either a chronic liar or dumbfoundingly ignorant. Or both. Neither befits a U.S. Senator.

  • Nebraska: It looks like Nebraska's Republican Senate primary just got another addition.

  • Get your creative juices flowing because John Kerry is running a contest to elicit the most effective radio ad to run against the Roadblock Republicans. Check it out!

  • 1 Comments:

    Blogger glenda said...

    Just to follow up on the radio ad contest:

    The twenty finalists have been chosen and we need to vote to choose the winner.

    So go here to see and hear the nominees and vote. (No Registration Required)

    1:46 PM, August 17, 2007  

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