January 20, 2014
Several congressional retirements and a number of vulnerable Democrats seeking re-election may give the Republicans a clear shot at regaining the Senate in this year’s November elections.
“There’s trouble in paradise for Democrats,” Bradley Blakeman, a former adviser to President George W. Bush, told Newsmax in an interview. “Incumbent Democrats don’t like their chances in 2014.
“They’ve had enough of Washington,” said Blakeman, who lectures on politics and public policy at Georgetown University. “They have a record that they would have to defend and a president that they would have to defend.