Sunday, September 26, 2010

Sunday Question for Conservatives

Leaving aside strategic questions and what you think of their opponents, which of the US Senate candidates do you especially want to win?  That is, which of the Republican Senate candidates would you really like to see in the Senate? 

Here's the list for the competitive seats: Fiorina, O'Donnell, Boozman (I guess that counts as a competitive seat), Coats (ditto), Angle, Rubio (or Crist?), Miller (or Murkowski?), Ayotte, Kirk, Raese, Buck, Blunt, Paul, McMahon, Portman, Toomey, Rossi, Johnson.  Which would be, say, the five you most want to have in the Senate?  Which three are you least excited about?  (Feel free to include Burr and Vitter, although it looks like neither is going anywhere).

Remember, the question is about these people as prospective Senators, not the difference between them and their opponents (in which case the answer might have to do with the biggest changes in voting records) or just how much you don't like the opponent.   

1 comment:

  1. I suppose I want O'Donnell, Angle, Paul, Miller & McMahon to be winners as that would represent the greatest defeat for the left. I want the President stopped; therefore I want the voters in states like Delaware and Connecticut to elect people to stop him. I want Senators up for re-election in 2012 to see as much blood as possible.

    I certainly don’t want Murkowski or Crist elected. Ouch.

    I, as a conservative, want to reform the GOP - and there's lots to reform. I want candidates that reflect my small-government philosophy. Of course, I’d prefer to have fewer crazy, nut-jobs on the ballot… On Nov 3rd, the Republicans will need to take a good look in the mirror and choose a good standard-bearer for 2012. Hopefully not a nut-job.


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