Just wondering if anyone has insight into whether MOCs schedule and/or treat the nomination process differently during election years. Obviously Congressmen/women deal with this every the other year but not Senators (and I realize this may depend on whether or not the incumbent is seeking re-election or is in a tightly contested seat). Is it typical practice to kick the nomination can past January to the (possible) new MOC or do MOC's typically take care of the noms before the election? The reason I am asking is that we will be in a very unusual situation this coming November - both senators and congressman are up for re-election (i.e. all of our MOC nom sources except VP - probably can guess our state). Also wondering about how elections themselves "distract" from the interview process.