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Thursday, 20 May 2010

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Good analysis, generally speaking. I'd qualify somewhat the second article's theory. The Democrats will lose more significantly, but I suspect simply and primarily, it's because they are the majority party. It "seems" apparent it actually is an 'anti-incumbency thing'.

Best commentary I've yet seen on what happened in my home state:
http://arkansasnews.com/2010/05/20/liberal-money-and-conservative-votes/

While admittedly my knowledge of Kentucky is limited to (A) how to spell it and (B) I know it's east of the Mississippi River - but the state's election results:
http://news.cincinnati.com/includes/sections/election/KYstateresults.html

Whether some Kentucky Republicans did as Arkansas' seem to've I don't know - but the Party numbers seem oh, "problematic" perhaps?

Kentucky Senatorial election:
Total Republic vote.....421,183 (6 candidates)
Total Democratic vote..520,412 (5 candidates)

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