Monday, July 27, 2009

Only 66 weeks until the next election

Posted By on Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 11:22 AM

Congressional Quarterly weighs in on N.C. Sen. Richard Burr's chances:

NORTH CAROLINA: Democrats stand a chance of picking up the state’s other Senate seat if they can find a solid challenger to Richard M. Burr , who in 2004 succeeded Democratic vice presidential nominee John Edwards. Obama narrowly won the state last year, and Democrat Kay Hagan unseated Republican incumbent Elizabeth Dole. Burr might have gained running room when popular state Attorney General Roy Cooper announced in May that he would not run for the seat; Democratic recruiters are still looking for a top-tier candidate.

Some examples of Sen. Burr's leadership:

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