Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said he expects Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke will win a second term, indicating enough Republicans will join Democrats in backing the central banker. âHeâs going to have bipartisan support in the Senate, and I would anticipate he will be confirmed,â McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, said today on NBCâs âMeet the Press.â McConnell, 67, declined to say how he would personally vote. Three White House officials also said today that theyâre confident Bernanke will be approved. The Fed chiefâs confirmation was less assured on Jan. 22 when the two top Senate Democrats signaled they were undecided and other Democrats announced their opposition. Separately, Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, said on âFox News Sundayâ he would vote against Bernanke, while Republican Orrin Hatch of Utah and Democrat Robert Menendez of New Jersey told CNN they would support the 56-year-old Fed chief, a Republican economist first appointed by President George W. Bush four years ago. Bernankeâs term expires Jan. 31. President Barack Obama announced the renomination in August. A Senate vote hasnât been scheduled. Obama received assurances from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid over the weekend that Bernanke will be confirmed, White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said on NBC, after support among Democrats ebbed in the wake of an upset victory by Republican Scott Brown in the Jan. 19 Massachusetts special election. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=awgbEa5w0jHg&pos=8 So this was a busy weekend for Wall Street lobbyists, what ?