Certainly Russ Potts will still be challenged for running against Kilgore. Other than him, who else might be on the list?
Chichester, Stosch, and Stolle all voted for the new budget that does not include tax increases. Even a few dems voted for it.
As for the House, there should be no challanges there either.
One of my friends said back when the budget battle started that the Senate would think twice this time around since they are up for election in 2 years just like the House. Does that mean they will then return to their tax raising ways in 2008?
The Senate ringleaders may still face challengers, but my guess is that very few if any of the accomplices will be challenged in '07.
One good thing from this is that hopefully it will make the GOP base happy and they be sure to vote in 2007. If Ken Cuccinelli was right about that being our problem in 2005, that might be enough to save him and his friend Jay O'Brien.
Has anyone seen or heard any possible challenges, in light of the new vote?