The Washington Times - November 2, 2010, 04:43PM

Reports of lower-than-hoped-for turnout in Democratic strongholds across the country this afternoon.

In Delaware, Democrat Chris Coons’ Senate campaign reported “lower turnout … than we’re comfortable with.”


In Connecticut, GOP Senate candidate Linda McMahon’s campaign is also reporting low turnout in Democratic precincts — McMahon spokesman Shawn McCoy told “National Review” the Connecticut race “could be the biggest upset in the country.”

And in Wisconsin, Rep. Steve Kagen’s campaign sent a midday email urging Democrats to get to the polls because “we have just been going over the morning voting numbers — and turnout isn’t where we need it to be.”