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Topic - John C. Mcadams
Russ Feingold seemed as well-positioned as any Senate Democratic incumbent to fend off a Republican challenge this year. The Wisconsinite is pro-gun in a hunting-happy state, has a history of voting against his party - including rejecting the unpopular TARP Wall Street bailout - and has avoided even a hint of personal scandal.
"Ron Johnson is turning out to be a very good, very capable candidate, and the fact that he had a ton of money doesn't hurt either," Mr. McAdams said. "He's done a very good job responding to and pre-empting Feingold's attacks."
"He's got to find something negative to say against Ron Johnson that really sticks," Mr. McAdams said. "I'm not that sure what that would be, so I think the odds are pretty strongly that Ron Johnson becomes senator."