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 on: Today at 06:47:59 pm 
Started by tara gilesbie - Last post by Zen Lunatic
The Clintons

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 on: Today at 06:47:49 pm 
Started by Assemblyman-elect Harry S Truman - Last post by Illuminati Blood Drinker
Mah man WJB.

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 on: Today at 06:47:15 pm 
Started by Free Bird - Last post by Torie
Those states are not claiming to be drawn in a nonpartisan fashion!   How thick do you have to be to not get this distinction?

Anytime someone on this site agrees with Republicans about anything, they are deemed a GOP hack.  

This isn't only about the CA thread. This is a overall impression about Torie. I recall him for instance drawing an OHIO map where the democrats would have got only 4 districts and saying it was a fair map.



To which Ohio map that I drew are you referring?  Let's get the map up first, and then I will comment.  Thing is, that I am aware of no such map that I drew where I claimed 1) the Dems would net only four seats ( as opposed to 4 in the bag with other seats within easy reach, or realistic reach), and 2) was "fair" in the sense that it tried to hew to Muon2's metrics. The thing is, is that in so many states, to get a map where the Dems get a share of the seats that matches their statewide percentages, one has to gerrymander in favor of the Dems to get there. That's because the Dems tend to packed in high concentrations in inner city CD's. You draw those hewing to appropriate governmental entity line subdivisions, and voila, a lot of surplus Dems reside within them, in 20% or more Dem PVI CD's. And suddenly the remaining terrain, becomes a much more friendly Pub playground.

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 on: Today at 06:46:48 pm 
Started by CrabCake - Last post by Frodo
The ten countries in the Saudi-led coalition are:
Saudi Arabia
Kuwait
Qatar
United Arab Emirates
Bahrain
Jordan
Egypt
Sudan
Morocco
Pakistan

Oman being a notable exception, especially considering it's right next door...  


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 on: Today at 06:46:29 pm 
Started by Eraserhead - Last post by Kushahontas
Which of the numerous and thus, redundant weather apps on your mobile phone did you track the storm with?

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 on: Today at 06:45:23 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by Fubart Solman
Okay, I'm sorry, St. Leo but Hickenlooper is not going to run, and Warner/Booker won't either.

I doubt that Gillibrand and Klobuchar will as well. I'm pretty sure that Patrick has ruled out running. Warren has continued to deny running and I think that Schweitzer decided not to run either.

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 on: Today at 06:45:17 pm 
Started by Governor Simfan34 - Last post by Mr. Morden
She should follow Bush's lead from 2000, and agree to do debates, but only a small number of them.  Refuse all debates until December, by which time most of her opponents will have dropped out anyway.

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 on: Today at 06:44:57 pm 
Started by 4U9525 - Last post by Governor TDAS04
I don't think its voting patterns would be very different.

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 on: Today at 06:44:52 pm 
Started by Governor Simfan34 - Last post by DimpledChad
She could. I don't think she should, but she could. If she were to avoid debating O'Malley or Webb, then that would be unfairly hurting their candidacies and unfairly helping hers. She has name recognition - if people see her name on the ballot, and she hasn't had to defend her positions onstage, then they'll vote for her (in the primary, I mean). If O'Malley and Webb and others don't get a fair chance to take on her policies head on, then they'll get 2% or 1% (so exactly what they're polling at right now). They wouldn't have a chance to boost their poll numbers and have their opinions known.

I think if a candidate who is unanimously considered to be the frontrunner refuses to debate other candidates, the FEC or the DNC should intervene. There needs to be some regulation in place for that, so that candidates can't cruise to the nomination on name recognition alone and never have to defend their positions. Some sort of regulation that states if credible challengers exist, the candidates must debate. In 2000, Al Gore even debated Bill Bradley, and George W. Bush even debated John McCain, despite the fact neither challengers ever gained nearly enough momentum to win the nomination. If Hillary refused to debate Webb, O'Malley, Sanders, and Biden (looking increasingly unlikely that he runs though), then I would lose a huge amount of respect for her.

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 on: Today at 06:44:45 pm 
Started by GPORTER - Last post by GPORTER
Sean Duffy wins a senate seat in Wisconsin. Duffy will be the junior senator from Wisconsin come January.

Sean Duffy
Wisconsin Senator

Rick Scott
Florida Senator

Rick Scott the former governor of Florida defeats in what would otherwise be called an upset if it were not for the money spent by the Scott campaign defeats Senator Bill Nelson. Nelson will leave the Senate after 18 years there. That's two other Wisconsin and Florida Republican pickups in the Senate. Dan Malloy is reelected to a non consecutive term as governor of Connecticut.

Dan Malloy
Connecticut Governor

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