Senate 2008 Guru: Following the Races

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

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Saturday Quick Hits

  • New Hampshire: Think Progress has video of Sprintin' John Sununu explaining why he wouldn't want Bush campaigning for him: "I think the President's popularity unfortunately is - is at a fairly low level. Certainly it's not very high in New Hampshire." I guess Sununu is finally going to campaign based on polls.

  • Louisiana: Crooks & Liars follows the David Vitter prostitute scandal from sex to hypocrisy to breaking the law.

  • Georgia: Ecologist Dr. Rand Knight offers an update on his 2008 Senate campaign in Georgia.

  • Watch this YouTube clip of college Republicans being interviewed at their national convention. I don't know if it's funny, disheartening or creepy.


    Blogger Gavin Brown said...

    Hi Guru,
    Just wanted to let you know that Jay Buckey in New Hampshire has officially launched his campaign, and had a very nice profile in the Concord Monitor today. We've also launched a new website with new videos, as well as a blog (see it all at

    Sununu is looking very vulnerable right now, and the challenge for democrats is to find the person who has the foresight and vision to be best Senator for the next 6, 12, or 18 years. I'm of the opinion that we can get more than just "another vote towards cloture" from this race.

    I've been watching your coverage for a while, and I just put you on the links in our new blog.

    12:09 AM, July 22, 2007  

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