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Scott Brown Running For Ten Kennedy's Seat

user 9279444
Council Bluffs, IA
Post #: 715
Scott Brown Running For Ten Kennedy's Seat

Scott Brown is running for Massachusetts Senator in a special election. Brown was 30 points behind Democrat candidate State Attorney General Martha Coakley, but is catching up and only trailing by 9 points now. Read about it here.

Electing Scott Borwn would put the Democrat senate majority at 59 instead of 60. As y'all know, that would be a great help to American.

Scott on the issues: http://www.brownforus...­
If you care to send him a donation: https://www.icontribu...­
user 10257032
Wilber, NE
Post #: 18
Did you see this annoucement?
WASHINGTON -- North Dakota Democrat Byron Dorgan says he will not seek re-election to the Senate in 2010, a surprise announcement that could give Republicans an opportunity to pick up a seat from the Republican-leaning state.

Dorgan, who was first elected to the Senate in 1992 after serving a dozen years in the U.S. House, said he reached the decision after discussing his future with family over the holidays.

The moderate Democrat said he has other interests he wants to pursue.

Republican Gov. John Hoeven has been mulling a possible challenge to Dorgan and the veteran lawmaker's retirement could clear the path for the popular governor. Democratic Rep. Earl Pomeroy could be interested in seeking the seat.

A former member
Post #: 579
I already sent him money!biggrin
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