Here we break down everybody else.
- United Church of Christ - 2 - Max Baucus (D-Montana), Mark Kirk (R-Illinois) (1 Democrat, 1 Republican).
This is something of a surprise, I expected much worse from the United Church of Christ
Not that bad all things considered, probably the best we can hope for from Massachusetts honestly
Perhaps this has something to do with how a Democrat can survive as a Senator in Montana?
I have to confess I thought that the Republican women, often considered RINOs were worse than this.
I was kind of hoping this guy would run. He strikes me as solid and boring, just what I want in a president around this time.
How is it that a Democrat survives as a Senator in North Dakota? I suspect this guy is pretty vulnerable when his seat comes up for reelection. His career rating is a C- though.
- Michael Bennet (D-Colorado)
- Mark Udall (D-Colorado)
Both F-, go figure. The median political values of atheists and the non-religious are probably responsible for a good deal of the animus against them. Depending on how things shake out if things fall apart, I could pretty easily see score-settling occurring against the vocal atheist segment of the population also.