Now that Labor Day is in the review mirror, the races for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have moved into a higher gear. It is apparent that record amounts of money will be spent by the candidates and special interest groups in these races. We are experiencing the consequences of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizen United decision, which opened the corporate vault and changed the political landscape in the U.S.
Thus far, polling has shown mixed results, with recent polls indicating that the House and Senate are in play for both political parties. But the Tea Party operatives are working hard in a number of states in hopes that Democrats will lose a majority in the Senate. In a number of states, attacks on President Obama are the sole strategy for GOP candidates and that’s a sad state of affairs. I am convinced that it’s in the best interests of American consumers, workers and senior citizens for Democrats in the U.S. Senate to remain in control. Each of those groups has lots to lose if the GOP takes over the Senate.
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