Special Report with Bret Baier featured a story last evening on South Dakota's race for U.S. Senate during their "Pick 6" segment.
Fox's John Roberts highlighted the race and offered profiles on both Republican Mike Rounds and Democrat Rick Weiland.
The piece mentioned Gordon Howie and Larry Pressler as independent candidates, but they weren't featured in the story.
The first half of the report focuses on Obamacare. Rounds favors replacing Obamacare section by section. Weiland says he would allow everyone to buy into Medicare.
Nearly the entire last half of piece focused on Weiland and his rejection by the Democrat establishment in Washington.
Roberts questioned Weiland about Reid's prediction that Democrats would likely lose the seat to Republicans.
Weiland didn't appear to be bothered that he had not received Reid's blessing.
"I'm talking to the people. I want their blessing," said Weiland.
Despite Weiland's classy and clever response, the message was clear. He doesn't have the backing of his own party establishment.
Finally, a quick comment for Bret Baier.
South Dakota's capitol city is pronounced "peer", not "pea-AIR".