No word yet on her predictions for last year's Super Bowl: "Sen. Elizabeth Dole came out against President Bush's week-old Wall Street rescue plan on Friday."
I talked recently to a GOP official in NC who said he thought Hagan would win. He lamented the possible loss of a Republican vote in the Senate, but wasn't too upset about it in terms of Liddy's retirement.
Dole just doesn't seem to be trying very hard.
I'd bet the DSCC is teeing up another of those Old Guys Trashing Liddy spots with this report as the script: "Dole spent about two months in the state during her first year in office. Between 2004 and 2006 [...] the records document a total of two months spent in North Carolina. As she geared up for re-election in 2007, she spent 50 days in the state, followed by 97 days so far this year." [emphasis added]