Life has been busy recently, so I haven’t had time to really think about the 10th CD race till now (Only 2 hours left to vote!).
The Republican Liberty Caucus did not make an endorsement in this race, but two of the Republican candidates signed the Liberty Compact: Bill Greene and Jim Whitehead. Conservatives have a decent amount of choice in this race.
Senator Shafer sent me a link to his post today regarding his support for Jim Whitehead. He managed by my count, to say nice things about five other candidates, including one Democrat.
The media and blogosphere is abuzz about how this special election will fortell the 2008 election. Short of a Marlow win (unlikely), I don’t see who wins as being very indicative of anything. So all you are chair politicos: What bits of data should people be looking at to portend the futures of the GOP (or the Dems)?