The newly launched Daily Caller site and Instapundit have been speculating about whether economist and television star Larry Kudlow will challenge Senator Schumer in the 2010 election for U.S. Senate in New York. Neither one mentions that a few months back there was talk that Mr. Kudlow would challenge Senator Dodd in the 2010 election for U.S. Senate in Connecticut. Mr. Kudlow's biography on the Web site of his firm, which is based in Fairfield, Conn., reports that "he and his wife Judy live in New York City and Redding, Connecticut." Assignment for the newly launched Connecticut Mirror: Find out whether would-be Senate candidate Mr. Kudlow has been voting or paying most of his taxes in Connecticut (which has lower taxes and closer elections) or in New York. Maybe he can run for both Senate seats and have two votes. Dislosures: Mr. Kudlow's column used to run on the New York Sun op-ed page, I'd like him to have me as a guest on his television program, and the Connecticut Mirror, which I already mentioned once already earlier today, has a chief operating officer who consulted for the Forward when I was working there 10 years ago and a director who is related to Commenter Ben, who is a regular voice in the FutureOfCapitalism.com comments section. Update: Welcome Instapundit readers! Please check out the rest of the site, sign up for the email list using the box toward the upper righthand side of the page, bookmark this Web site, or subscribe to the FutureOfCapitalism.com RSS feed using the button on the righthand side of the page.
Kudlow For Senate?
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