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Another Republican goes on the attack against a Daily Kos candidate—and boy is her sauce weak

By all rights, GOP Rep. Jackie Walorski shouldn’t have to worry about her re-election chances. After all, Mitt Romney carried Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District by a healthy 56-42 margin four years ago, meaning it ought to be safely red—only we know it’s not. And a key reason we know this is because Walorski has now felt it necessary to launch a new negative ad attacking her Democratic opponent, former South Bend police officer Lynn Coleman, which is not the kind of thing you do if you’re certain of victory.
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