[Ed. – The fact that Biden seems to be ‘resting’ on alternate days should help.]
The race for the Senate is real in Minnesota.
Former Rep. Jason Lewis, who lost his suburban House seat in the Democratic wave election cycle of 2018, has returned, this time for a Senate seat in Minnesota, challenging incumbent Democratic Sen. Tina Smith.
“When I started thinking about 2020, I knew 2018 was an outlier,” Lewis told the Washington Examiner. “Those blue-collar Democrats, the working men and women who built this state and this country that helped almost give President Trump a victory here in 2016, did not vote with the same enthusiasm that they did in 2016.”
Lewis explained his reasoning for running for the Senate seat. “I decided that those forgotten voters needed to hear what a conservative in the Senate would mean for them, that they had someone in Washington that has their family’s and community’s backs.”…