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 41 
 on: Today at 01:30:03 pm 
Started by Miles - Last post by IceSpear
So Sabato uses polling in Iowa in order to justify moving that to toss up, but blatantly ignores all the Kentucky polls in the past 7 months showing a competitive race and keeps it at likely R.

 42 
 on: Today at 01:29:08 pm 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by King
Campaign has been silent so far so it's kind of Generic D vs incumbent right now.

Martinez is an infinitely better candidate than King when push comes to shove, though. Only way she doesn't win is if this turns into a Democratic wave year between now and November.

 43 
 on: Today at 01:28:47 pm 
Started by Hatman - Last post by King of Kensington
Orthodox Jews and very rich people.

 44 
 on: Today at 01:28:10 pm 
Started by Never - Last post by illegaloperation
I am not very optimistic about the rest of the South as I do about Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia.

In order for the state to me left (disregard election noise), there has to be either an influx of voters who lean left or efflux of voters that lean right.

Virginia has the D.C. suburb, North Carolina has the Research Triangle, Georgia has Atlanta. All of these attract voters who lean left.

What does the rest of the south have?

 45 
 on: Today at 01:27:39 pm 
Started by Phony Moderate - Last post by EPG
As for decapitating Ed - forget the structural effects if you must - Labour still has a very good chance of winning a majority. Why risk it by ditching Miliband with less than a year to go?

 46 
 on: Today at 01:26:35 pm 
Started by Del Tachi - Last post by Del Tachi
Ted Kennedy was often called the "Lion of the Senate" for his unabashed support of liberal policies, historic legislative accomplishments, and extreme reverence for the history and traditions of the Body.

Are there any Senators today who fit this mold or could be remembered in a similar way by history?

For this poll, I only included the ten most senior Democratic Senators.  I think to call a Republican Senator or a more junior senator a "lion" would be in violation of the true use of the word.



Tom Harkin would be a good candidate, yet I'm hesitant to give him the title because he's leaving the body next January.  Of all the ones of the list, however, he would get my vote.

Sans-Harkin, I feel like the current lion is a woman.  Feinstein's not liberal enough, and Murray's not angry enough.  So that leaves Boxer and Mikulski, which I honestly can't decide between those two?

Y'all's thoughts?


 47 
 on: Today at 01:24:58 pm 
Started by ModerateVAVoter - Last post by IceSpear
Warner is under 50, so tossup

The likelihood if Warner winning is the same as McConnell winning.

Lol what

http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/category/2014-senate/

 48 
 on: Today at 01:23:46 pm 
Started by freepcrusher - Last post by King
The Welsh, Scots, and Irish becoming English speakers probably had an effect on the way it was spoken in the motherland, no? America didn't have those influences until much later.

 49 
 on: Today at 01:23:25 pm 
Started by VP windjammer - Last post by GM Napoleon
No, that's one of the few good things aboyt atlasia.

 50 
 on: Today at 01:21:17 pm 
Started by Speaker SWE - Last post by Gass3268
Mix of Adam Griffin and TNF

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