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Friday, February 17, 2006 

DSCC Falls Flat

Indiana's a pretty red state overall, and Sen. Dick Lugar does look next to unbeatable this year. Still, the DSCC and Indiana Democratic Party have failed to find a candidate to run against him. Any candidate.

This isn't rocket science, and it isn't even the DCCC, which has to try to find 435 candidates every two years. The DSCC has to find 33 or 34 every two years. You'd think they could put up at least a token candidate in every race.

This means that Lugar will get to spend 100% of his time campaigning for swing seats. Lugar's lack of a challenger means more money for Mark Kennedy, Rick Santorum, and Mike DeWine, and that's just not acceptable.

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