It takes a lot of work and time and patience to get it right. And even WITH all that investment in discipline, the most accomplished master is going to have a moment or two when he looks at his creation and….
Tosses it back. Does it over. Learns from his blemish.
Political movements are no different.
Watch it folks; the wave of populism is spreading and it isn’t just taking Liberal Democrats.
Tonight looks like a good night to update some of the races.
Let’s look at the first group; Retiring Democrats
I have moved the Indiana race to retiring Democrats; Mr. Bayh retired. Not much has changed since last time I posted except that McMahon has slipped and Castle has surged.
Based on this and restarting the count we have the Republicans gaining 4 seats.
Score: Democrats 55 Republicans 45
It is going to be an interesting election cycle culminating with the mid term elections in November. Following up on my new found interest in politics that began with the dual primary race for the 08 Presidential election, I am going to watch these Senate races with interest.
Right now there are 36 seats in play. This includes incumbents and Senators who are retiring.
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