The Campaign Spot

Blumenthal’s Not Sure Obama Would Help Him . . . in Connecticut?

Boy, here’s an eye-opening statement in the New Haven Register:

Richard Blumenthal, the state’s Democratic attorney general, who is running for the U.S. Senate, Monday said it was “an open question,” whether he would ask President Barack Obama to campaign on his behalf. Asked if the president’s appearance would be a plus or minus for his campaign, Blumenthal said: “I can’t comment.”

Boy, there’s some enthusiasm! Yay, team!

This is Connecticut, folks. Then again, I suppose when Obama proves no use for Democratic candidates in New Jersey and Massachusetts, there’s not much reason to think he would be more effective in the states in between them.

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