Best candidates often don’t get near ballot In The Wall Street Journal an article states that the Democrat and Republican senatorial committees are having trouble getting top candidates to run for Senate seats because of a reputation that has been tarnished by bickering and gridlock. This means that when we go to the polls, we will vote for the second or third team candidates. Hard to win when your best players are on the bench watching. A spokesman for the National Republican Senatorial Committee said that strong, lesser-known candidates often come forward after a high-profile recruit takes a pass. “There …
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