by Steve Deace
Down the home stretch for the race to control the U.S. Senate, it appears the two states that will determine which party emerges with the majority comes down to Kansas and Iowa.
In Kansas, the more “electable” (according to the GOP establishment) incumbent Pat Roberts is in the fight of his life against an independent (in name only). However, Roberts received some good news from Fox and CNN polls released yesterday, which showed him ahead for the first time in a while. Roberts’ big problem is conservatives. His “Liberty Score” at Conservative Review is only 66%, which is why a recent poll showed him only getting 66% of conservative support. In response, Roberts has brought in both Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz to campaign for him. It looks as if that worked based on the uptick in his numbers.
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