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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by NilesIrish, Mar 4, 2019.
Everything is a normal misconception until you get to Fox News
#2 is gonna create a red mirage and the last one there will be ignored. But overall good news.
Oh hell yes
The 2022 Senate races are probably 21R - 13D split, depending upon AZ and GA this year.
The D seats are in AZ?, CA, CO, CT, HA, IL, MD, NV, NH, NY, OR, VT, and WA. Of those, Nevada and New Hampshire are the only ones aside from a possible Arizona seat that will be competitive. NV and NH probably become competitive only if Sandoval runs in NV or Sununu in NH.
The Rs have to defend seats in FL (Rubio), probably GA, IA with Grassley retiring, NC (Burr), PA (Toomey), and Johnson in WI.
That’s not a bad D map at all. We legitimately could see four straight years of D control of Congress and the Presidency if 2020 breaks well.
That hasn’t happened since the South realigned red 40 plus years ago.
pence is at least self aware enough to know he needs to put in the work. Trump going with no prep after he basically failed a town hall with citizens this week is great.
Lyrtch don't buy the lib brain Iglesias book come on man
imagine getting your debate cues from a developmentally disabled manbaby
this is censorship
also the most anti natalist person i've ever encountered being against engaging with a pro natalist idea is on-brand though
1: everything is pro-natalist, so it's not like you bump into 'ideas' that support having humans. it's everything not explicitly anti-natalist.
2: idea? come on man, it's a consultant/pundit clout/media commentator grift, not some work of theory
"if we have a billion Americans, the ruling class will definitely give them a greater share of the surplus value those workers generate"
And a morally repugnant one
Imagine reading, couldn't be me
Question: will reading make my takes hotter? If not, keep it.
What reading mostly does is seriously up your condescension game. 10/10 strong recommend.
I like reeding. It is gud
What are the chances of DC/PR statehood with Biden and the senate?
DC seems like a sure thing in that scenario?
Scott Walker will introduce Mike Pence to his ebony drag queen alter ego "Foxy Con"
Wow. It looks like Trump is killing himself with this rhetoric. Also, exit polls will be useless, right?
I still say PR is the easier sell.
Can you find Bama?
it’s always projection
Toomey is my #1 but Ron Johnson campaigning hard for that spot
People not blinking at that ballot rejection rate in states where the margin will be razor thin. Dems could fuck themselves unless there is not a major activation of volunteers getting people to cure their ballots.
Does team biden not want voters to see this town hall? Why do a town hall going directly against football?
Huh - not such big pals anymore
Why because of the Woodward interviews?
Trump won’t be doing anything for anyone but himself. He’s not going to spend time in a state not in play.
In the tight Senate races the Rs have distanced themselves from Trump. Idk if that's happening in SC but it's happening in Ga with Purdue and has happened with Collins in Maine
No masks. It’s truly unbelievable
"That's a great pup you've got there, a great pup. You know, my son, Beau, had a dog like that. Beautiful dog. He came down with mange and we had to put him down. Cried our eyes out right there in the vet's lobby."
Biden leading in ME-2 is a really bad sign for Trump. AZ also seems to be moving out of the toss-up category.
I've never voted by mail. Is your ballot gone or is there a way to check and see if it was accepted?
Imagine carrying his water for three years and him not supporting you in a close race.
I hope it was worth whats left of your dignity Lady G and I also hope you lose and die painfully.
39 states have ballot tracking:
Alabama; Alaska; Arkansas; Arizona; California; Colorado; Delaware; Georgia; Florida; Idaho; Iowa; Kansas; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; North Dakota; Ohio; Oklahoma; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; South Carolina; South Dakota; Tennessee; Texas; Utah; Vermont; Virginia; Washington; West Virginia and Wyoming.
the number of undecided voters in North Carolina concerns me. Especially for the senate race. It’s not just this poll. USA Today also had ~20% undecided. That senate race has almost double the undecided voters as the presidential race. Cunningham is still in a solid position but it feels like more of a vulnerable lead than many are making it out to be.
lots of other good from these polls though
A number that high makes me think they’re Trumpers embarrassed to say it
It still shocks me how limited the polling is in some states. Especially ones with at least contested senate elections. With the amount of money in these races, you’d think enough interest is generated to get some polling. We’ve seen polling for North Carolina, Arizona Maine and Michigan but the races in South Carolina, Texas, Georgia, Montana, and especially iowa have been very lacking. Makes it so tough to get a read on those races. Manchin scares me and I think a tied senate really stunts what the dems can do.
there are double the undecided people in the senate race as the presidential race. Shy trump voters are saying they will vote for trump but flipping undecided for the senate race?
I log in to my account through Virginia’s election site and it shows everything including that I requested a ballot application and it was accepted.
so did we mention the poll of quinipiac where lindsay graham is dead even with harrison?
Webb has great campaign ads btw
Good sounds like a piece of shit