Politico did this on purpose, right?
Bill Clinton plugs Kay Hagan in N.C.: http://t.co/cKUvwfJTvs
— POLITICO (@politico) November 1, 2014
Somebody stop him!
Speaking of the Senate, it’s time for “place your bets.” The best part about Tuesday night would be if Harry Reid gets booted out of the Majority Leader’s office. The odds of that happening are looking good so far, and this adds to the optimism:
Joni Ernst has charged to achieve a 7-point lead over Democrat Bruce Braley in a new Iowa Poll, which buoys the GOP’s hope that an Iowa victory will be the tipping point to a Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate.
Ernst, a state senator and military leader, enjoys 51 percent support among likely voters. That’s a majority, and it’s her biggest lead in the three Iowa Polls conducted this fall. Braley, a congressman and trial lawyer, gets 44 percent, according to The Des Moines Register’s final Iowa Poll before Tuesday’s election.
As for the Texas governor’s race, a poll question: How long after Wendy Davis’ concession speech will it be until MSNBC calls her with a job offer? Her abject wrongness makes her the perfect fit for them.
Bill Clinton speaks the truth:
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) November 2, 2014