Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Starr maintains an interesting dance with the voters in his district. Democrats hold a solid voter registration edge, which I suspect keeps him from getting too publicly cozy with most of the fringe rightwing elements of his party. Or at least he’s really good at keeping that part under wraps.
But that edge hasn’t kept Starr from pushing public policy in the legislature that kowtows to groups that seem deeply out-of-step with his constituents.