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Friday, February 24, 2006 

MYDD - Senate Forecast

Chris Bowers of MYDD think the Dems chances are better overall but - Ohio is barely holding in there:
"Ohio and Minnesota barely maintain their standing in this category. Minnesota becomes competitive as a result of the thinning of the Democratic primary field, and Ohio almost drops out of the category because of the thinning of the Democratic primary field. In both of those cases, I think we would have been helped by a little intra-party competition. Candidates would have honed their message, raised their name ID, and generated increased on-the-ground activism statewide. Sadly, we seem to have decided that saving a few bucks is better than all of that. When it comes to primaries, I am a big believer in the free market."
This news will make many gloat but I just don't see the point. DeWine sucks - or as one commentor on Kos put it "Sour grapes leads to Mike DeWine"

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