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This is about Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky - or perhaps many of you guessed that already. I gave a speech to the Bellevue Washington Chamber of Commerce last June and told a story about Senator McConnell during the question and answer period. After my remarks, a gentleman came up to me - a former public official in Louisville who had changed careers and lifestyle by moving West - and underscored the point of my story by saying that "Mitch is just a most unpleasant man'.
Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that while the polls show President Obama isn’t loved even by his own party, only he can rally the Democrats to hold off the GOP’s Senate grab.
As of today, the Republicans appear to be leading in enough state races to take control of the next Senate. Needing a net gain of six seats, they have solid leads in West Virginia and Montana; respectable leads in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Alaska. And they are holding on to slim leads in Iowa, Colorado, and South Dakota. They also appear to be holding Kentucky. If they win all of these, they can afford to drop a couple of close ones and still win enough seats. On the other hand, if Democrats win a few close ones and/or pick up seats in Georgia and Kansas (and possibly South Dakota), then Democrats hold the Senate.