It’s looking like Gil Gutknecht wasn’t as in danger as the polls had him – he currently leads Tim Walz by a healthy margin of 53-47. That could change, but it’s been holding fairly steady. I’m still thinking that Gutknecht will win, and it won’t be as close as the polls were indicating. Bachmann has [...]
Entries In The Category "Campaign 2006"
Pretty much everyone has called the MN Senate race for Amy Klobuchar — which is hardly a surprise. What’s truly disgusting about tonight is how many abject losers have been elected to the Senate. Bob Casey Jr., Bob Menendez, and now Klobuchar are all terminally unprepared for such an august office. It’s one thing to [...]
The Allen/Webb race still is insanely close, but with 90% reporting, Allen has a 2% lead. I’d be tempted to call the race, but it’s already gotten close so many times that anything could happen. Allen’s had at least a slight lead for most of the evening, so it seems likely that Allen could squeak [...]
The Democrats just got one seat closer to control of the Senate as Fox is calling RI for Whitehouse. Chafee was always a RINO, so ideologically the change doesn’t mean much, but in terms of Senate control this is another bout of bad news for the GOP.
Fox is calling the MD Senate race for Ben Cardin over Michael Steele. I hope that doesn’t play out, but it seems like Steele wasn’t able to pull it off. This was another one of the GOP’s long shot races, so it doesn’t change the balance of power much. Still, this is going to be [...]
Allen had been ahead by 2, but that’s now down to half a point. This one is going to be a real close one, and it may come down to absentee ballots. Ugh…
Joe Lieberman has been reelected in Connecticut, according to Fox. That’s not a big surprise, but I just like rubbing it in…