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 on: Today at 08:01:07 am 
Started by Mr. Illini - Last post by evergreen
Q1 2015: Kirk raises ~$1 Million, Duckworth only about ~$522,000.


http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20150415/news/150419178/

So far, so much for Kirk being doomed. Smiley


Well the thing is Blanche would've been lucky to be within margin of the error (Which Mark Kirk has been in the opinion poll that has been taken).

we'll have to wait a year or so to get an accurate comparison on that :p

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 on: Today at 07:57:16 am 
Started by Governor Gass3268 - Last post by Torie
A new NYC concept. The key was discerning that  NY-06 could be linked on its north end if it no longer was going to the Bronx (the dark orange CD), thus creating the Queen's donut CD. It always bothered me that Queens did not have at least one CD that it could call its own. It gets up the Hispanic percentage of NY-12 as well in Brooklyn and Queens), along with the Asian percentage in NY-06, and loses two chops. Life is beautiful.  Smiley


 

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 on: Today at 07:49:25 am 
Started by Fmr. Assemblyman Njall - Last post by cp
Agreed. Perhaps the sudden appearance of the invective in this thread, however, is a sign that things in Alberta have got anti-NDP folk running scared? Tongue

Whatever the motivation, the pipeline issue seems more like a feinting maneuver than anything else. The major issue of the campaign has been the PC-proposed budget. It seems unlikely that a single statement is going to change that 10 days out.


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 on: Today at 07:36:34 am 
Started by afleitch - Last post by Tender Branson
UK result:

32.0% CON
31.5% LAB
17.0% UKIP
  8.5% LibDems
  5.0% Greens
  5.0% SNP
  1.0% Others

Seats:

274 CON
274 LAB
  50 SNP
  27 LibDems
    3 UKIP
  22 Others

Turnout: 70%

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 on: Today at 07:29:28 am 
Started by Beet - Last post by Mercenary
Mostly option 3 but not completely since I oppose abortion.
I think women's rights are definitely important and should be a priority and while a lot of progress has been made there still isnt full equality. Same being true with minority issues.

However I am pro life so I couldnt vote the option. None of the other options fit either. However in regards to the issue of abortion I think the community/state should do more to help pregnant women and single mothers. Financial issues should never have to be a reason someone gives up a child.

Maternity leave, access to birth control, equal pay, child care, etc are all things I support.

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 on: Today at 07:28:45 am 
Started by NE Speaker DKrol - Last post by NE Speaker DKrol
I'm not sure if adulterers do know they're scumbags.

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 on: Today at 07:28:07 am 
Started by RR1997 - Last post by Grumps
Why, yes, I have, you see.

Thanks waltermitty

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 on: Today at 07:26:49 am 
Started by Zen Lunatic - Last post by NYMillennial
FisCon, SocLib.

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 on: Today at 07:23:24 am 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by jaichind
Any sense out there on what is going to take place in Bradford West ?  Betfair seems to have Galloway as the favorite but all the election projection sites seems to put Galloway in the single digits in terms of vote share with LAB winning by a landslide.  I cannot seem to find any polls on this.   

Putting Galloway in single digits is a somewhat odd way of asking 'who knows?'. He's probably going to hold most of his core demographic (which is a good chunk of the Bradford West constituency, of course) which may or may not be enough to hold on.



Yeah.  See  http://www.electoralcalculus.co.uk/conlist_a_b.html#BradfordWest

Which puts LAB chances of wining at 94% with OTH which I have to assume is RESPECT a 1.3% Huh!!!   

Of course

http://www.electionforecast.co.uk/tables/predicted_vote_by_seat.html projects Other at 3% vote share

And

http://www.ukelect.co.uk/20150425ForecastUK/MainPartyPercs.html  has Others at 5.42%

Kinds of make it hard for me to take these sites seriously.  I get it of course, since the way they derive these results are based on a statistical model based on polls and 2010 results.  My response to that is why cannot they also take by-election results into account as part of that model. 

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 on: Today at 07:20:58 am 
Started by henster - Last post by Pacific Speaker Türkisblau
IceSpear must have really thought a lot about his Hillary support before devoting himself to her.

With Hillary, he can be on the winning team while at the same exhibiting a persecution complex because they don't accept the "inevitable". It really is cult-like, eh?

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