Since Republicans have George Bush to drag them down, it's only fair that Democrats have their own burden to level the playing field:
In more than 40 interviews, Democratic candidates, consultants and party chairmen from every region pointed to internal polls that give Clinton strikingly high unfavorable ratings in places with key congressional and state races.
"I'm not sure it would be fatal in Indiana, but she would be a drag," said Indiana Democratic state Rep. Dave Crooks.
Speaking anonymously, a Midwest state chairman called Clinton a nightmare for congressional and state legislative candidates, and a congressman from the West said she is the Democratic candidate most likely to cost him his seat.
We love you, Hillary! Now, be quiet, and please, please, please, don't come to the state.