Fitzgerald, Shilling debate potential for ‘blue wave’ in state Senate elections this fall


Shifting political winds at the national level are reducing the chance of a blue wave come November, at least according to GOP Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald.
The Juneau Republican at a luncheon Tuesday cited more favorable congressional and presidential approval ratings as reasons the forecast for the GOP Senate caucus should be read as optimistic.
"There's probably not a blue wave coming if that holds up for the next three weeks, which I'd be shocked if it fell apart significantly in the next three weeks," Fitzgerald said.
But the weather vane is pointing in a differ...

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