Analysis of a Deep South Senate Race: Part 5
The following is an opinion piece by Brian Powers.
I started this series of perspective articles with one major hypothesis: This is anybody’s race to win. After all the scandals, gaffes, break-ins, lock-ins and other assorted buffoonery that gives the state of Mississippi the right to be called the most corrupt state in the union, I stand by that hypothesis. That’s the problem. Mississippi’s Senate race has become an all-around freak show.
The truth of the matter is that the only damage McDaniel can do is to lose the seniority that Cochran used to bring