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November 08, 2008


I've often compared Brian Davis to Tim Droogsma. What I can't believe is that the GOP rejected a serious candidate, Sen. Dick Day, in favor of a neophyte like Brian Davis. While I don't think Day would have prevailed against such strong headwinds, he would have had a respectable showing and made the race competitive.

I found it very interesting that after Davis won the primary, all of the major national political analysts changed the outlook of the race from leaning Democratic to likely Democratic. They were all right on the money.

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