Democratic Way To Senate Control Simply Got Wider

With former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen (D) working the chair becoming vacated by Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), he hands their party “a imaginable, if excessively narrow, course returning to a Senate vast majority in 2018,” the newest York days reports.

“Democrats are protecting 25 Senate seating the following year, 10 of those in says that President Trump won. However if Mr. Bredesen can attach a powerful campaign, Tennessee would join Nevada and Arizona as states in which Republican-held Senate seating could be in jeopardy. Republicans now have a two-seat vast majority.”

“A win by Doug Jones, a Democrat, in Alabama special election on Tuesday would offer a broader path to almost all.”

Governmental Wire

Arrow
Arrow
Slider