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Topic - Jennifer E. Duffy
Despite a sagging economy and polls showing unhappiness among the electorate, the two major parties are expected to keep their gubernatorial seats this year — raising doubts about whether the anti-incumbency anger of 2010 will materialize again in 2012.
Nevada Rep. Dean Heller said Tuesday he will run for the Senate seat held by fellow Republican John Ensign, who said last week he won't seek a third term in 2012.
As Democrats nationwide shun campaign help from the White House, Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias plans to buck the trend and stand boldly with President Obama during a presidential stop this week in Illinois.
"I don't think polling in the mid-40s is doing well," said Jennifer E. Duffy, who covers Senate races for the Cook Political Report. "I don't think she's the most vulnerable incumbent around. At the same time, her numbers have to be a little concerning."
"Two weeks is really not a lot of time to accomplish this," said Jennifer E. Duffy, who covers Senate races for the Cook Political Report. "They're scrambling on both sides."