Wednesday, November 18, 2009

New Print Edition: Pennsylvania Senate & Michigan 7

The November 17, 2009 print edition of the Rothenberg Political Report is on its way to subscribers.

The print edition of the Report comes out every two weeks. Subscribers get in-depth analysis of the most competitive races in the country, as well as updated House and Senate ratings, and coverage of the gubernatorial races nationwide. To subscribe, simply click on the Google checkout button on the website or send a check.

Here is a brief preview of the introduction to this edition:

Pennsylvania Senate: Primarily Focused

By Nathan L. Gonzales

Democrats came up short of a filibuster-proof majority on Election Night 2008, but Sen. Arlen Specter’s party switch in April finally gave them the 60 seats they desired.

The Democratic primary, Specter’s softening numbers among Republicans and Independents, and a shifting national political landscape has turned a virtually safe Democratic seat into a competitive general election contest. Subscribers get the rest of the story in the print edition of the Report.

Michigan 7: Schauer Power
By Nathan L. Gonzales

Mark Schauer is no stranger to winning in competitive districts, but winning reelection next year could be the Democrat’s greatest feat yet.

In a state with deep economic troubles and a competitive gubernatorial race at the top of the ticket, Schauer will have to work hard to hold onto a district with deep conservative and Republican roots.

And Republicans are even more energized after taking over Schauer’s former state senate seat just a couple weeks ago in the heart of the congressional district.
Subscribers get the rest of the story in the print edition of the Report.