Brown has been running a very disciplined campaign to date, and it is easy to suspect that this review owes more to the ideology of the writer and the audience than to an objective review of Brown’s delivery. Brown knows the only way to compete in November is to steer to the middle or even slightly to the right of it. That sort of line just isn’t going to go over well with Bay Area enviros.
Obama Heads To CO To Raise Money For Appointed Senator Bennet. Time To Raise Money For GOP CO Senate Candidate Jane Norton
The president is rushing to the aid of imperiled Democratic appointee to the Senate, the nearly invisible Michael Bennet, Bennet has been a reliable vote for Obama and Reid on Obamacare, the stimulus and every other hard-left lurch by the Administration, and this is his payback.
Former CO Lt. Governor Jane Norton is the front runner in the hunt to face Bennet in November. It is a great day to send a contribution her way. The president is doing a $25 a head fundraiser for Bennet, so that’s a good number, which can be contributed online. Obama is also doing a $1,000 a plate dinner, and if you can swing that, great.
Energy among the conservatives is a necessary precondition to winning in November, but so are campaign contributions to match the special interest dollars the president will raise to keep his hopes of Obamacare and cap-and-tax alive.