My top ten Senate races are listed here, and if you can spend some money on getting the Senate back into responsible hands this weekend, visit the site and in a couple of minutes you can find and support the most important candidates in the country, as well as Mitt Romney’s campaign and the NRCC.
My list includes only one incumbent, but today’s program starts with four challengers who are either taking on Democratic incumbents like Connie Mack’s run against Democrat Bill Nelson in Florida or Pete Hoekstra’s run at Debbie Stabenow in Michigan. George Allen is running for the seat being vacated by Democrat Jim Webb in Virginia and Ted Cruz is running for the open seat being left by the retirement of Kay Baily Hutchinson.
All four races, indeed all ten I have listed, are crucial to getting a majority an incoming President Romney can work with, so even $5 per race or anything up to $2500 per race is welcome. Every dollar contributed via my list site does directly to those campaigns.
After an hour of politics, I’ll spend an hour with Saddleback’s Rick Warren on the significance of Good Friday and replay my conversation with Gina and Mike Spehn on their amazing story and the book that tells it all, The Color of Rain.