President Obama has returned from a weekend swing of fundraisers in San Francisco, and while he’ll start off his week with a couple more of those affairs, on Wednesday he will be in Connecticut appearing with a candidate. In this case, it is Gov. Pete Malloy of Connecticut, who is in a tight race in a state the president won handily in the last election.
Which right now is the formula, tight races, gubernatorial or senatorial, and only in states where the president remains popular. Which of course, narrows things down a bit.
ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us.
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