Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Primary Elections 2010 - #1747 - Primary Suspects - Family Research Council

Both parties have haggled over the price tag of the new health care law, but the real cost may be in congressional seats. Voters have waited two months to tell Washington what they think of its "reforms," and tomorrow, folks in Arkansas, Kentucky, Oregon, and Pennsylvania will finally get their say. In a series of interesting primaries, at least three races have keen national significance. Two of them feature Democrats who made career-threatening decisions to back ObamaCare over their states' objections. In Arkansas, Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D) isn't getting any help from the Left-wing of her party in a campaign against Lt. Gov. Bill Halter (D) and D.C. Morrison (D)--a race so heated that it may take extra innings to decide. If that happens, Sen. Lincoln's fate wouldn't be decided until a June 8 run-off. Read more.......

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