The New York Times on Corey Stapleton and Champ Edmunds: Not Viable

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The reporters at the New York Times have come to the same conclusion that many in Montana have already reached: there’s very little chance that either of the two declared Republican candidates for the Senate can win.

Jeremy Peters writes:

Twenty Democratic-held seats are up in 2014, compared with 13 held by Republicans. And many of those Democratic seats are in states where President Obama lost in 2012 — including North Carolina, Montana, Arkansas and Alaska.

So far, Republicans have no viable declared candidates in any of those red states yet, though conservatives are urging several strong possible contenders to run, like Representative Tom Cotton in Arkansas. Late Friday, Alaska’s governor, Sean Parnell, said he would not run, as did Representative Steve King of Iowa.

Ouch.

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