I’m not saying that February of 2015 is late to be having stories like this with regard to the 2016 elections…
Less than four months after the painful losses, Democratic officials have begun charting a path back to Senate control that runs through more than half a dozen blue and purple states where the presidential campaign is expected to boost Democratic turnout. But even in that favorable terrain, the party faithful fear they could fall short if marquee challengers don’t step forward, since their talent pool is shallow and they are trying to unseat a well-prepared group of Republican senators.
…but if this is still the situation in, say, July – well. Truth of the matter is, the Democrats really should have a better idea of who they’re going to be running with. That they don’t yet is, well, kind of fun.
3 thoughts on “Shorter Washington Post: DSCC not yet prepared for 2016 Senate races.”
This reminds me of the classic Slashdot business model…. the one where step 3 is “mumble” or “a miracle happens” followed by step 4, profit!
If the Dem strategery depends on recruiting marquis candidates, and they’re starting that effort *now*, then … yeah. Short of step 3, 2016 will be *fun* to watch.
(1) Steal Underpants
That’s the one.
Haven’t read Slashdot in years .. after it became pedantic and tedious.
Has it gotten better?
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