(BREITBART) — On Wednesday’s episode of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz evaded questions on the prospects of Democrat success in next month’s midterm elections and the dynamic between candidates in that election and President Barack Obama.
On the prospects of Democrat gains, Wasserman Schultz was reluctant to give a prediction.
“I think we are still really in a neck-and-neck situation in terms of whether or not we see pickups for Democrats or pickup for Republicans,” Wasserman Schultz said. “This is an election where in every single competitive race it's coming down to the wire. Just for example, four years ago in 2010, the DCCC had cut loose a whole bunch of incumbents and there is not a single incumbent Democrat that today you would predict would be losing.”
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“You know, the best thing I could predict is we have an opportunity to pick up seats and beyond that, I wouldn’t make any other predictions,” she added.