Wednesday, May 14, 2008

MS-01 Yesterday, VA-10 on November 4

Dear Congressman Wolf:

Just in case you missed the news from last night, here it is again:
U.S. House Republicans said an election loss in Mississippi yesterday may portend widespread voter rejection in the November races, and some complained that party leaders are failing to provide an adequate election-year strategy and agenda.

At a closed-door weekly meeting of all House Republicans today, Representative Tom Davis of Virginia distributed a 20-page assessment of the party's prospects, telling reporters later that it warned that following the ``same-old, same-old is a 25-seat loss.''

Republicans are increasingly concerned about their election prospects after Democrat Travis Childers yesterday won a Mississippi House seat that Republicans had held for more than 13 years, the third time since March that a Democrat won a Republican-held seat in a special election.

``There is a lot of heartburn and anxiety,'' said Representative Ray LaHood of Illinois. ``People are very concerned.''
"Heartburn and anxiety" is right. So take your antacid, Congressman Wolf, because here's the deal: MS-01 yesterday, VA-10 on November 4. :)

Yours truly,

The Judy Feder for Congress Campaign,
Farewell Frank blog

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