Today Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee spokesman David Bergstein released the following statement:
“Republicans raised concerns over Congresswoman Blackburn because they know she is out of touch with Tennessee. Their public display of anxiety has not only underscored her vulnerabilities but revealed a point of agreement between Democrats and Republicans: Congresswoman Blackburn is not fit to represent Tennessee in the U.S. Senate.”
See for yourself:
Politico: “A faction of Republicans in Tennessee and Washington are worried that the favorite for the Republican Senate nomination, Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), could lose a general election — and with it the Republican Senate majority.”
The Tennessean: “Ingram, a Corker ally who has encouraged the senator to seek a third term, said an analysis of the race suggests that a Blackburn nomination on the Republican side could be Bredesen’s ‘best…path as a Democrat in a very Republican state.’”
MSNBC: “Marsha Blackburn…an unabashed firebrand that some Republicans fear could turn off more moderate voters…now there’s concern she could cost Republican’s their seat amid reports Corker could run again.”
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