The primary in four states earlier in the week signaled a big win for Washington outsiders. A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll does not paint an optimistic picture of voter mood. It leads one to believe the country is in for an unpredictable midterm election in November.
West Virginians normally turn to the predictable when electing their representatives to Congress. A sign state voters are turning unpredictable occurred in the May primary when incumbent Rep. Allan Mollohan was turned out.
Wonder if the special primary August 28th will provide an insight that West Virginians are in a grim mood and turning grimmer as found in the new poll?