The New York Times is the latest to write about how Republicans are peppering their ads with Nancy Pelosi's image. But will it work? "'It's awful hard to make a boogeyman out of someone no one knows,' said Ed Rollins, a Republican political consultant. 'The reality is, no one is going to vote for a Republican congressman because they are afraid of Nancy Pelosi.'"
As First Read suggested yesterday, the Washington Times writes that Bush's hopes for immigration reform might fare better with a Democrat-run House.
Speaking of immigration, a group of supporters of comprehensive immigration reform (read: pro-guest worker) have created a Web site at immigration2006.org that will catalogue the won-loss records of guest-worker supporters and guest-worker opponents in the most competitive midterm races across the country.