**UPDATE at 9:00am**
This morning Ben Sasse told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd that he would “absolutely” support Senator Mitch McConnell “if he is the one that the (Republican) Conference puts up as leader.”
(Always love the Simpsons ep where the candidate loses by one vote, Lisa admonishes Homer for not voting and he responds, “Fthh! It wouldn’t have mattered!“)
As you have been reading, pretty much everyone acknowledges that Jon Bruning and Pete Ricketts are neck and neck in the Governor’s race, with Mike Foley and Beau McCoy close enough behind that no one is ignoring them.
Over in the Senate race there is tacit acknowledgment that Ben Sasse is ahead, but we have heard from several different sources that no one believes he is ahead by double digits, and that Sid Dinsdale is closing fast, and now Shane Osborn is gathering steam back on a final push.
(See our post with the most recent polling numbers here.)
But one thing those polls don’t really account for is the STILL Undecideds.
More than any other election in recent memory, thousands will likely enter the voting booth with neither the Governor race, nor the Senate race decided.
This is one of those crazy races where yard signs at — nay, NEAR — the polling place could tip someone.
But will those Undecideds tip enough to knock of the assumed front-runners?
Oh, and still don’t know who to vote for for Attorney General?
We don’t want to try to steer you one way or another, but we’re sure Commenters here will.
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