If this post from Politico is true and Paul Broun (R-GA) is really going to challenge U.S. Senator Saxby “Read My Lips” Chambliss, what are Democrats chances at running for Paul Broun’s Congressional seat?
This is an open question obviously, but given what little I know of the Congressional District I’m curious if a moderate female Democrat would stand a better chance at making inroads into this drawn-for-a-Republican District.
Given that 2014 is both a mid-term election year and gubernatorial election year in Georgia, AND given that Georgia Democrats have not faired well in, oh say, all of the mid-term elections in my recent history - what kind of conditions, other than a bruising GOP primary, would have to exist to make both the US Senate race and Paul Broun’s congressional seat interesting and exciting?
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