Everyone can hold off comparing the upcoming 2010 midterms to those of 1994 when the Republican Revolution swept the country, upturning Congress and handing the majority over to the GOP. Here's why: back in 1994, 29 House Democrat incumbents retired, but next year, only 9 members won't defend their seats. President Obama's popularity will likely be higher than Bill Clinton's was fifteen years ago. Finally, with the ghost of the 1994 midterms, Democratic Congressman say they're at the ready, preparing for the election far earlier than their predecessors did.
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