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(KSL News) The 2008 election season just wrapped up, but already Republican Sen. Bob Bennett has his sights set on 2010.
The 75-year-old, six-term incumbent says he plans to be reelected by being organized, making a strong case to voters and having a large war chest.
Bennett says he expects someone from the Republican Party to put up a good fight, but he tells the Salt Lake Tribune no one will "catch the Bob Bennett forces napping."