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kwolf68 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-10-05 02:53 PM
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7. Looks promising

None of our Dems are vulnerable. Not sure about Dayton (I'd cringe with 2 Repukes from Minnesota), but Sarbanes should cover Maryland.

Casey is 9.9 up on Santorum
Hackett is 9.9 up on DeWine
Talent is only 0.3 up in Mizzou
Ensing is only 2.6 up in Nevada and if Jack Carter gets in maybe we can flush this seat.

We have 4 great chances at pickups here. Plus we add a more Liberal Bernie Sanders in Vermont hopefully.

That only gets us to 49 seats...we'd need 2 more. VA, TENN, and Arizona are the next bets, but I can't see us taking 2 of those. One maybe...but that would put us 50-50 with FU breaking all ties.

Still, it would be a boon and would effectively render Bush and his cronies lameducks.
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