Senate 2008 Guru: Following the Races

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

Monday, February 18, 2008

Monday Miscellany

  • New Hampshire: In true dog-whistle political style, Sprintin' John Sununu makes it abundantly clear that he adheres strictly to the George W. Bush economic policies of tax cuts for the rich and privatizing social security.

  • Idaho: A very good sign for Democrats in the Gem State, including Senate candidate and former Congressman Larry LaRocco: the Idaho Dems are organizing more strongly at the grassroots than at any time in recent history.

  • Charles Barkley for Governor of Alabama in 2014.

  • Booman highlights polls showing Barack Obama matching up better against John McCain than Hillary Clinton does in several key states.

  • With massive recalls recently of goods like children's toys, baby food, pet food, lettuce, spinach, trucks, batteries, and now the largest beef recall in American history, doesn't it make you feel all safe and snuggly to know that John McCain vilifies appropriately regulating the marketplace to maintain consumer safety at every opportunity? In other words, shorter McCain: "Wiretapping law abiding Americans, good. Regulating industries with massive product recalls, bad."


    Blogger Ryan said...

    You might want to check out this news ...

    Seems like Kennedy's got a campaign manager now.

    11:18 PM, February 18, 2008  
    Blogger Andrew said...

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    12:19 PM, February 19, 2008  
    Blogger Andrew said...

    New poll from Rasmussen on MN race

    49% Franken
    46% Coleman

    47% Coleman
    45% Ciresi

    12:20 PM, February 19, 2008  

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