Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Ron Barber Among Nation's Most Endangered Member of Congress

Posted By on Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 12:00 PM

Roll Call puts Congressman Ron Barber on the list of the 10 most endangered members of Congress:

Barber’s re-election in 2012 was surprisingly close, and the former congressional aide will once again face retired Air Force Col. Martha McSally next year. Democrats privately worry about Barber’s ability to win without presidential-year turnout — or lots of national dollars — behind him. But Barber inherited former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ political team, a group that repeatedly proves they can get the vote out in Tucson.

McSally promises to run a fierce campaign against Barber — if she avoids a primary. Republicans regret not giving McSally enough support last cycle, when she lost by just 2,500 votes. The national GOP plans to invest heavily in her race this time around.

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