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Rotenberg Moves Senate Race from “Toss Up” to “Tilt Republican”

August 24, 2010 at 2:06 pm Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

From Rothenberg Political Report:

Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher (D) remains unreasonably optimistic about his prospects in the Senate race given his financial disadvantages, his standing in the polls, his campaign staff turnover and the national political environment. While Republican Rob Portman’s record certainly gives plenty for Democrats to shoot at, Fisher’s problems seem even larger. Because of that, we are moving this raced from Toss-up to Toss-up/Tilt Republican. Even this rating may understate Fisher’s problems a little more than two months out from Election Day.

Now the question is: Will the new communications director hired yesterday make it until the end of the month?

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