Yesterday’s Washington Post had this article:
Corruption That Shook Capitol Isn't Rattling Elections
For all the influence-peddling that has been exposed in the run-up to the midterm election, corruption on Capitol Hill has not become a decisive issue -- here or in much of the country.
Today’s Wall Street Journal has this article:
Candidates Find It Hard To Shake Scandal
Politicians and pollsters say this year, widespread voter dissatisfaction with Congress has the electorate in a less forgiving mood. This campaign season also is marked by a number of close contests, making politicians vulnerable to charges of ethical lapses -- and raising the political stakes if the charges stick.