One sign Spratt is in trouble

House Budget Chairman John Spratt, D-S.C., has watched his district become more and more Republican over time. He faces a serious challenger in Republican Mick Mulvaney, and there have been rumblings that the DCCC has despaired of Spratt’s chances are will cut him loose to conserve resources.

But when the two debated last night, Spratt demanded that there be no cameras or audio recordings allowed. Not a good sign for an incumbent.

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