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 on: Today at 05:14:08 pm 
Started by retromike22 - Last post by OC
NV, OH, CO and Pa are violatile.  And certainly can swing back and forth. I am not buying these ratings right now. But, CCM is the most vulnerable Dem now behind Bennett, she's got an opponent


OH or Pa may come later.

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 on: Today at 05:12:58 pm 
Started by Acting Pope Urban IX - Last post by SMilo
The rationale is perfectly acceptable, and we should all be able to have so much compassion. Major plus in my book. Huck is a great man.

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 on: Today at 05:12:48 pm 
Started by mds32 - Last post by mds32
GOP
Paul 13
Walker 13
Bush 12
Rubio 11
Carson 8
Christie 6
Cruz 5
Huckabee 5
Fiorina 3
Santorum 2

Democratic Caucus
Clinton 35
Warren 26
Sanders 19
Biden 4
O'Malley 3
Webb 1
De Blasio 0
Chafee 0

Without Warren/Biden
Clinton 45
Sanders 36
O'Malley 2
Chafee 2
De Blasio 2
Webb 1

http://gravismarketing.com/polling-and-market-research/washington-state-pool-paul-leads-gop-field-murray-leads-mcmorris-rodgers-right-to-work-up-45-to-33/

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 on: Today at 05:12:00 pm 
Started by Acting Pope Urban IX - Last post by Small L
Wonder what the Republican establishment would do if Huckabee actually won the primary?  Would they abandon him McGovern style to save the House, which could be very much in play?
Are you kidding? They would support him in the general.

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 on: Today at 05:11:51 pm 
Started by America's New Day - Last post by America's New Day
Ranking the 2008 Presidential Contenders

Republican

1. Sen. Fred Thompson

Pro: 2004 Runner Up, "Next-in-line," name recognition, gravitas.

Con: Out of office since 2002, will he run?

2. Sen. Elizabeth Dole

Pro: Woman, Well-Liked Senator, Name Recognition

Con: Experience, Last Name, Up for Re-election in 2008

3. Sen. Michael Steele

Pro: African-American, Enthusiastic Campaigner, Good Speaker

Con: Who?, Experience (Elected in 2006)

4. Sen. Larry Craig

Pro: Experience, Policy Wonk

Con: Who?, Policy Wonk

5. Sen. Lamar Alexander

Pro: Executive Experience, Senate Experience

Con: Who?, Up for Re-election in 2008

6. A Governor

Pro: Executive Experience

Con: No one's interested yet.

Democratic

1. Sen. John Edwards

Pro: Good speaker, Electoral vote rich state

Con: Experience

2. Sen. John Kerry

Pro: Smart, Experienced, "Establishment"

Con: Vanilla, Boring

3. Gov. Jon Corzine

Pro: Business Experience, Executive and Legislative Experience

Con: Who?, Safety Concerns

4. Rev. Al Sharpton

Pro: Liberal, African-American, Bulldog

Con: No Experience, Likability

5. Rep. Dennis Kucinich

Pro: Are there any?

Con: Wackadoodle

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 on: Today at 05:11:50 pm 
Started by mds32 - Last post by Ebsy
Quote
Right to Work up 45% to 33%

LMAO

 7 
 on: Today at 05:11:28 pm 
Started by Wulfric - Last post by RogueBeaver
Comer says if the recanvass confirms Bevin's lead then he'll concede and endorse Bevin.

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 on: Today at 05:11:03 pm 
Started by Acting Pope Urban IX - Last post by bedstuy
Coughcoughsodidhillaryandshelaughedaboutit

No.

 9 
 on: Today at 05:11:01 pm 
Started by mds32 - Last post by King
Does Gravis just follow PPP around and "unskew" them?

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 on: Today at 05:10:59 pm 
Started by Acting Pope Urban IX - Last post by Skill and Chance
Wonder what the Republican establishment would do if Huckabee actually won the primary?  Would they abandon him McGovern style to save the House, which could be very much in play?

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