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Presidential Election :11/3/2020- Putin's Impeachable Puppet vs The Rise of BootyWalker & some other Dems

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Just now, hail2skins said:

Any thoughts on Amy Klobacher?

I would love to see her as the dem nominee for 2020.  I think she would be a really good choice.

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Avanetti needs to be on the debate primary stage. 

 

He does 2 things 

 

1) prep the Dem who does win to face Trump 

 

2) Go for the throat at Trump and be a surrogate bulldog in ‘20

 

 

 

The Dems are too damn nice. They need to make Trump look like the weak guy he is 

 

 

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25 minutes ago, SkinsHokieFan said:

Avanetti needs to be on the debate primary stage. 

 

He does 2 things 

 

1) prep the Dem who does win to face Trump 

 

2) Go for the throat at Trump and be a surrogate bulldog in ‘20

 

 

 

The Dems are too damn nice. They need to make Trump look like the weak guy he is 

 

 

 

I don’t want Avenatti’s circus anywhere near the Dem primary and nomination 

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3 hours ago, bearrock said:

 

Doesn't the reapportionment start to take effect with the 2022 election?

Correct.  Well, actually 2021 for whatever states have elections then.

 

2024 is when the first Presidential Election under the new census count. 

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That can’t be right.  I really thought it took affect immediately.  This is weird. 

 

Never had this feeling before.  This is what being wrong feels like?   Odd. 

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8 hours ago, Kilmer17 said:

That can’t be right.  I really thought it took affect immediately.  This is weird. 

 

Never had this feeling before.  This is what being wrong feels like?   Odd. 

Can you describe it?

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10 minutes ago, Momma There Goes That Man said:

 

In your case, just speak aloud and you should understand. 

 

The feeling requires self-awareness :)

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Two thoughts:

 

In context, what Sanders said is plausibly true and a point worth making.

 

Rolling Stone is a terrible example of journalism and always has been.

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6 hours ago, TryTheBeal! said:

Two thoughts:

 

In context, what Sanders said is plausibly true and a point worth making.

The problem was he chose one of Trump's most constant beliefs. It's like saying he would be the most humble person if it got him 5 more votes. He doesn't have it in him to do that or be a champion of civil rights.

 

 

The Republican base has ruled it out. Go home and be a family man, Jeff.

 

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10 minutes ago, FanboyOf91 said:

This was worded very interestingly...

 

By somebody i wasn't expecting either.  What's he trying to prove, GOP won governorship in Ohio, so idk wtf he's talking about or why.

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4 minutes ago, Renegade7 said:

 

By somebody i wasn't expecting either.  What's he trying to prove, GOP won governorship in Ohio, so idk wtf he's talking about or why.

 His last sentence seems to cover it, rejecting "fear, hate, and division". A GOPer showing dignity and integrity, while identifying his party's vile rhetoric, is indeed surprising.

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1 minute ago, Metalhead said:

 His last sentence seems to cover it, rejecting "fear, hate, and division". A GOPer showing dignity and integrity, while identifying his party's vile rhetoric, is indeed surprising.

 

That's really nice that he said that, but many of the republicans that did win are Trump supporters, especially in the house.  He's not the only GOPer to say all the right things, or what seems like it, talking dosn't impress me anymore, especially now.

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Senate Update: How This Year’s Race Sets Up 2020

 

The 2020 Senate battleground

Senators up for re-election in 2020 and their state’s partisan lean*

INCUMBENT  
NAME PARTY STATE PARTISAN LEAN
Michael Enzi R Wyoming R+47.4
James Risch R Idaho R+34.9
James Inhofe R Oklahoma R+33.9
Mike Rounds R South Dakota R+30.6
Shelley Moore Capito R West Virginia R+30.5
Lamar Alexander R Tennessee R+28.1
Doug Jones D Alabama R+26.8
Tom Cotton R Arkansas R+24.4
Ben Sasse R Nebraska R+24.0
Pat Roberts R Kansas R+23.3
Mitch McConnell R Kentucky R+23.3
Steve Daines R Montana R+17.7
Bill Cassidy R Louisiana R+17.3
Lindsey Graham R South Carolina R+17.2
John Cornyn R Texas R+16.9
Cindy Hyde-Smith† R Mississippi R+15.4
Dan Sullivan R Alaska R+14.9
David Perdue R Georgia R+11.8
OPEN (Jon Kyl)^ R Arizona R+9.3
Joni Ernst R Iowa R+5.8
Thom Tillis R North Carolina R+5.1
Jeanne Shaheen D New Hampshire R+1.7
Mark Warner D Virginia D+0.1
Gary Peters D Michigan D+1.3
Cory Gardner R Colorado D+1.5
Tina Smith† D Minnesota D+2.1
Susan Collins R Maine D+4.9
Tom Udall D New Mexico D+7.2
Jeff Merkley D Oregon D+8.7
Dick Durbin D Illinois D+13.0
Cory Booker D New Jersey D+13.3
Chris Coons D Delaware D+13.6
Jack Reed D Rhode Island D+25.7
Ed Markey D Massachusetts D+29.4

 

* Partisan lean is the average difference between how a state or district voted and how the country voted overall. In our new partisan lean formula, 2016 presidential election results are weighted 50 percent, 2012 presidential election results are weighted 25 percent, and results from elections for the state legislature are weighted 25 percent.

† Assuming the incumbent wins a special election in 2018.

^ Sen. Jon Kyl was appointed to serve out the remainder of the late John McCain’s term but has declared he will not run for a full term in 2020.

 

 

The GOP has more seats to defend in 2020 but one thing on their side, they are defending Red state seats.  The Dems are going to need a strong nominee to help lift  their Senate candidates.   A strong Presidential nominee will bring out more Dem voters; which will help down the ballot.

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Iowa, NC, Maine and Colorado are golden opportunities and a strong Prsidential candidate could easily bring that home. That’s the majority right there even if we lose Jones because of the VP tie-breaker. 

 

Think AZ could be in play too for us after Sinema’s apparent win and some of the demographic shifts there 

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10 minutes ago, Renegade7 said:

 

That's really nice that he said that, but many of the republicans that did win are Trump supporters, especially in the house.  He's not the only GOPer to say all the right things, or what seems like it, talking dosn't impress me anymore, especially now.

I understand. Kasich has been consistent at least, so maybe he's hoping others will finally stand and follow his lead.

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