Get Political Wire by Email:



May 16, 2012


GOP Primary Voters Could Help Democrats Retain Senate

Steve Kornacki: "At the very least, the Republican Party base's revolt against its own establishment cost the GOP a 50-50 Senate tie in 2010, with primary voters forcing unelectable nominees on the party in three races that it had otherwise been on course to win. A decent case can be made that the uprising actually cost Republicans outright Senate control."

"And now the same thing may be happening all over again, with Nebraska joining a growing list of unexpected 2012 Senate battlegrounds - at least for the moment."












POLITICAL WIRE PODCAST

Political Wire Podcast Engaging conversations about elections and the political issues of the day. Subscribe via iTunes or RSS to get episodes automatically downloaded.



FREE NEWSLETTER




TRENDING VIDEO







PARTNERS










FOLLOW US