Coleman withdrew about 200 challenges, but withdrew them after staff had already complied the list of ballots for the Canvassing Board. A large number of these ballots, then, are ballots Coleman has already conceded.
Tomorrow's ballots will likely see a higher rate of Coleman wins.
What's needed are more dense areas to create walkability. I'm not talking Manhattan here, but one house every acre just doesn't provide enough people to allow for walking destinations.
I think this will be an unintended benefit of higher gas prices. With more people trying to use alternative modes of transportation, we'll see greater demand for denser, more walkable area. Thus, more places "doing it right."
I agree with gavoter about party unity, and I'd like to make a similar comment.
Liberal talk radio has not been as successful because it's just not as entertaining. Liberals, by our very nature, don't like the slash-and-burn, black-and-white politics of people like Sean Hannity.
I grew up listening to Hannity, and I know how effective his sort of commentary is. I try to emulate his style to a certain extent, but as a liberal, I just can't bring myself to make the sort of apocalyptic statements he makes on a regular basis.