The real battle nationally is for control of the U.S. Senate. Millions are being poured into races to retain or obtain control of that body.
However, there is one key Republican U.S. Senate race that can be a Republican pickup – in Delaware.
Kevin Wade, a self-made business man, believes he can take and put the Delaware U.S. Senate seat solidly in the “R” column.
Historically the Delaware U.S. Senate seat is won with approximately 150,000 total votes. The race will likely hinge on about 8,000 voters changing their voting pattern on the General Election Day. It is projected that the Republican turnout will be 10% higher and 10% lower for the Democrats. That leaves 8,000 voters to be convinced to swing this U.S. Senate Republican on November 4th.
This is the seat formerly held by now Vice President Joe Biden. That alone must have Delaware Republicans energized.
According to Wade, “It is all in reach. I don’t understand the fascination with ‘big state’ races at the national level. My vote in the U.S. Senate would count as much as California’s U.S. Senator. The yield on a donor dollar and volunteer hour is so much higher in this small voting universe in Delaware.”
This political ad may make the difference on a Republican Senate seat pickup in Delaware: