Over at the Daily Beast, an account of Richard Lugar's "first tough primary camaign in his Senate career."
Mourdock and his followers have been highlighting the fact that although Lugar votes in Indiana, he hasn’t actually lived there since 1977, when he sold his home in Indianapolis, where he’d served two terms as mayor, and bought one in the posh Washington suburb of McLean, Va.
Lugar, for his part, calls the controversy “a weak and lame issue” and argues that looking after the interests of his Indiana constituents requires him to live near the Senate.
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Lugar is scrambling, staying in Indiana hotels and campaigning hard when not attending to Senate business.