The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee began the year with lots of money, some promising recruits and the political winds in its favor.
But that unusually strong position may end up forcing the DCCC to make some tough choices in the 2008 election cycle -- such as where exactly to spend the money, whether to focus primarily on protecting vulnerable members and whether to spend significant sums of money on Republican-leaning open seats and against longtime GOP incumbents.
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