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News: Cast your Ballot in the 2016 Mock Election

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 on: Today at 10:44:30 am 
Started by Spooky Mike - Last post by Shadows
When there were head to head match-ups Trump would always lose & the best poll was him squeezing ahead by 1-2% at best when Clinton would have scam while Kasich would be ahead by 6-7% & same with Rubio.

If Kasich is at the top of the ticket (with Rubio), then NC, CO, OH & FL (with Iowa) is going to GOP & surely they are winning the White House. Additionally PA, MI, VI, NH could go GOP.

I think Kasich will cross the 300 mark safely with a 4-5% win, the map would be similar to what Obama vs Romney or McCain was with a little change here & there.

Both Kasich & Rubio will do incredibly strong among non-white, Clinton's strongest group & could crack Bush's 40% Hispanic vote odd. Look at what Rubio is doing now in Florida Senate race among non-whites vs other GOP guys. Kasich is also doing strong in his state.

In the end Clinton has too much baggage & corruption & that would catch up to her despite the attacks agaisnt Kasich. He is a moderate face, people would not be forced to vote for Clinton to keep Trump out. I mean that is what Clinton's whole campaign all about!

 on: Today at 10:43:39 am 
Started by ͡◔ ᴥ ͡◔ - Last post by Santander

 on: Today at 10:42:44 am 
Started by Ebowed - Last post by Oldiesfreak1854
You could argue that Donald Trump isn't a politician and has become one simply by virtue of running for president.  Of course, there are plenty of others I would love to take a whack at: Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Al Franken, Ted Cruz, Sarah Palin...the list goes on and on.  I don't think I could pick just one.

 on: Today at 10:42:23 am 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by Sibboleth
The thing is the situation is not actually any better for other parties of the Left. The Western Communist tradition continues to roll slowly towards its eventual grave and newer Left/Populist forces (where they exist, and they mostly don't) have turned out to have a rather more limited appeal than the effusive prose of their boosterists predicted. And whatever we think of Green parties (and their electoral position is not that great either and with very low ceilings) they are not exactly fishing in the same pool for the most part.

 on: Today at 10:41:43 am 
Started by ElectionsGuy - Last post by Malcolm X
Why is Murphy's district (PA) listed as competitive?  I'm pretty sure he's running unopposed Tongue

 on: Today at 10:41:29 am 
Started by TN volunteer - Last post by smoltchanov
Poliquin winning is believable, but on how earth is he doing worse than Trump? If that actually happens, I think we can conclude that Maine no longer likes reasonable, moderate Republicans, and just likes assholes. That would be a shame, I thought Maine was a good state...

It's a ME-02. LePage is also from there AFAIK. When Poliquin defeated Raye in primary in 2014 i got the same feeling. After all - it's mostly rural, workingclass (and small business), relatively low education and income, and so on. In short - an ideal "protest" (in present situation read "Trump") district.

And there are less and less moderate Republicans, who are elected in New England (and Maine - in part) now. I can name only a few (Katz. Langley, Saviello) in Maine's state legislature right now. 15 years ago i could name dozens from Maine only..... The same - in New Hampshire, Rhode island, even MAssachusetts and Vermont. Only Connecticut still elects rather considerable number of them (but - only on state legislative level)

 on: Today at 10:40:24 am 
Started by ͡◔ ᴥ ͡◔ - Last post by Titanium R Nevada
Massive FF, though we'll probably continue to disagree about NV. Tongue

 on: Today at 10:39:58 am 
Started by Blue3 - Last post by Invisible Obama
Why would it hurt Hillary? She isn't the mental disturbed spaz that Trump is, so it's not like she would go off like he would.

 on: Today at 10:39:52 am 
Started by Kalwejt - Last post by Oldiesfreak1854
Neither is dumb.  You can't graduate from both Yale and Harvard Business School if you're a moron, and you certainly can't be a successful governor of what will likely by America's third largest state by the next census.

 on: Today at 10:38:58 am 
Started by Hilldog - Last post by mencken
The one who could not pass the DC bar exam.

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