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That’s a really good question. The chairman of the National Republican Senate Committee, Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), just said he’d be proud to campaign with former VP Dick Cheney, anytime, anywhere, when asked if Cheney was an asset to the Republican Party’s electoral chances in 2010.

Via Politico:

Asked if Cheney would be a good surrogate for Senate Republican candidates, Cornyn said: “It think it depends on the circumstance on the race.”

But Cornyn said, “I’d be proud to appear with the vice president anywhere, anytime.”

I’m curious about what Republican candidates for Senate here in Missouri think. Is Cheney an asset to their party? Would they want to campaign with Cheney?