Wednesday, 8 November 2006

Virginia, Montana Senate races still deadlocked!

With 99 percent of precincts reported in both races, Virginia's Webb (D) is beating Allen (R) in Virginia by about 8,200; Montana's Tester (D) beating Burns (R) by 1,800 votes in Montana. Democrats and Republicans still are stuck at 49 seats each (in a 100-seat Senate). These two races will decide who control. Dems have to win both Virginia and Montana to get the US Senate. Lieberman (Conn.) is included as Democrat though he isn't one, be aligns with their caucus. The Dems have gained four Senate seats so far this election.

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In Perspective


Anonymous said...

I think this is a perfect time to dig a bit deeper into just who these two Republicans who still think they can win are. As it turns out, George Allen and Conrad Burns have a lot in common, and I think it would be helpful if Americans were made aware of the similarities:

clearthought said...

"the ripper":

Thanks for the comment. Good post on the Allen-Burns comparison, by the way.