New Developments give GOP chance at Senate Majority in 2010 Election

From Dick Morris

The tenth seat — the one that will give the Republicans control of the Senate — is coming closer and closer. Three key developments:

1. Connecticut

State Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has been caught repeatedly fabricating a record of service in Vietnam. While he constantly claims to have fought, the fact is that he never went near the place. His candidacy is falling apart as a result.

While Linda McMahon, wife Vince, the owner of the World Wrestling Federation, won the Republican convention, her primary opponent Rob Simmons is much more likely to beat Blumenthal.

Simmons, who won two Bronze Star medals during his eighteen months in Vietnam, worked for the CIA after his service as an Operations Officer in some of the key global trouble spots. He went on to serve as a staffer on the Intelligence Committee in Congress and then to serve for six years in the House. He can win this seat. Go here to donate to his campaign.

2. Wisconsin

Ron Johnson — an independent, successful businessman with great access to funding — won the Republican nomination to run against Russ Feingold. A true conservative, Ron has an excellent chance to win. Feingold, who is way too liberal even for Wisconsin, is under 50% in the polls and Johnson should move up quickly. This race could be the key to getting 51 seats. Please give him money. Go here to donate to his campaign.

3. Washington

Dino Rossi, the strongest candidate against Senator Patty Murray may enter the race soon. He currently runs even with Murray in the polls. Stay tuned.

So those are our best shots for a tenth seat. Here’s how the other nine play out:

Delaware = No problem.

North Dakota = No problem.

Indiana = Should be no problem. Coats is far ahead of Ellsworth.

Illinois = Mark Kirk ahead thanks to scandal engulfing the Democratic candidate.

Arkansas = Blanche Lincoln will probably lose her runoff and Republican Congressman John Bozeman should defeat Lt. Gov John Halter.

Read the Full story at A SENATE MAJORITY COMES CLOSER at DickMorris.com.

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