No one wants to chair the DSCC

“The only thing harder than protecting a majority of the Democrats’ 51 seats in the 2024 election cycle might be finding a senator willing to take on the job,” the official said. HuffPost reports.

“Research has become a struggle for both obvious and obscure reasons. The DSCC chairman may have to navigate divisive and ideological intraparty fights in Arizona and California. The growth of online fundraising has made the relationships with major donors that accompany the work less valuable than in the past. More than half of the party’s senators are running for reelection or are members of Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) ever-expanding leadership team.

“But more than anything, the brutality of the card that the Democrats face would discourage any politician in search of glory.

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