From Yale Daily News:
By all accounts, Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd is vulnerable.
With 20 months until he is up for re-election, Dodd has yet to announce whether he will seek another term. And the five-term senator’s prospects are by no means positive — he is suffering in the polls and is recovering from political scandal. But the uncertainty regarding Dodd’s candidacy transcends his career alone; many Democrats are anxious about the political ramifications of his delay.
“Chris Dodd’s poll numbers are of concern,” Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz ’83, a Democratic candidate for Governor, said in a telephone interview with the News this week. “I am also concerned about the Republicans getting a head start in the race.”
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My Comment: He is still going to run, and he will win simply because there are no "real" opponents running against him.
Kudlow is looking at the environment and the possibility of running against Sen. Dodd .... and he will be a good and viable candidate .... but I doubt that he will commit.