Which is the most embarrassing loss by an incumbent U.S. Senator in recent history: (Poll Closed)

  • Minnesota 2008: The totally unqualified Al Franken beating Senator Norm Coleman?
    38%

     
  • Missouri 2000: A dead man, Mel Carnahan, beating Senator John Ashcroft?
    13%

     
  • Virginia 2006: Unknown Jim Webb overcoming a 17 point lead in August to defeat incumbent George Allen, even while the Marriage Amendment won a landslide and every Republican House incumbent won?
    42%

     
  • Other
    8%

Poll posted 10 years ago.

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2 Comments

  • Rick Tropp - 10 years ago

    They are all beyond embarrassing and they are just a indication of how poorly the republican party has dishonored itself through their own poor choices and behavior. The US Congress portrayed its own decadence by giving a moments silence to Michael Jackson, a drug using pedophile who led a disgraceful life. Talented... definitely, but to be honored by our elected officials... disgraceful. How about a moments silence for the heroes who are defending our freedoms... Nuff said.

  • Daniel Davies - 10 years ago

    I put other: What about former Majority Leader and then-minority-leader Tom Daschle's defeat in 2004?

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