Remember when Republicans were known as ‘the stupid party.’
Get a load of what the Democrats are doing to challenge them for the title.
Mike Allen of Axios has an interesting piece describing how the vast crammed clown car of Democratic candidates, all of them seeking to be the president, may be costing them any prospect of winning back the Senate, and might even hurt them in the House, too.
Reality check: The Senate looks tough to win back for Democrats, who have suffered a string of recruiting disappointments:
- Democrats need four seats to win a majority — but very few Republican incumbents look beatable right now. Susan Collins, who sits atop the list, is fairly popular in Maine.
- The other two most vulnerable Republicans are Sens. Cory Gardner of Colorado and Martha McSally of Arizona, who’s being challenged by Mark Kelly, the retired astronaut turned gun-control advocate.
- But even if Democrats somehow took out those three, they’ll still struggle to hold onto the seat of Sen. Doug Jones in deep-red Alabama.
Many Democrats wish these 2020 presidential candidates — and possibilities — would run for Senate instead: Beto O’Rourke in Texas, John Hickenlooper in Colorado and Steve Bullock in Montana.
Read the full story from American Thinker
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