Wait Till Next Year
Marc Ambinder at TheAtlantic.com, while dismissive about reading too much "meaning" into today's elections, looks ahead to 2010 and declares that races ...
Democrats are targeting Minnesota and California, among other states, although why anyone would want that job right now is beyond me. Florida's going to be a great race to watch: the likely Democratic nominee, Alex Sink, and the likely Republican nominee, Bill McCollum, are both known commodities and both quirky campaigners. The partisan tides are evenly balanced, as are the party organizations.
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