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News: Election 2016 predictions are now open!.

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 on: Today at 09:04:42 am 
Started by Senator Scott, PPT - Last post by Santander
lol

Although I have to admit, his music is surprisingly not bad. I like his song Mystified.

 52 
 on: Today at 09:04:31 am 
Started by AndrewCA 🌹 - Last post by BuckeyeNut
-snip-

Maybe I'm misinterpreting your post, but I believe you've misinterpreted the OP. I believe Andrew is asking whether or not Democrats will walk away from the midterms with more than 20 governorships. Not whether a record 20 gains will be made.

NJ, NM, and NV will get Democras to 18, and I'm fairly certain we'll gain more because muh midterm, but I'm not yet comfortable predicting where. Michigan seems like a good bet for the fourth, but other than that, who knows.

 53 
 on: Today at 08:55:54 am 
Started by Hindsight is 2020 - Last post by Helsinkian
So, Penn Jillette was just on Bill Maher's show where he said that the George Washington statues should be taken down, and Maher's left-wing audience applauded at that.

 54 
 on: Today at 08:51:54 am 
Started by beaver2.0 - Last post by beaver2.0
Could you give some more explanation as to how this scenario came about?
Somehow Anderson wins the nomination, which leads to Reagan going third party.

 55 
 on: Today at 08:48:15 am 
Started by Jabe Shepherd - Last post by Jabe Shepherd
I was watching a video on the 1928 Election and noticed that the Upper South (Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina) of the Democratic Solid South went to Herbert Hoover and I heard one of the reasons that Al Smith lost those states was because he was a Catholic. My question is Why was it a bad trait to be a Catholic running for President? Why was there a fear of a Catholic being President of the United States back then?

 56 
 on: Today at 08:43:09 am 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by Santander
He's the Left Wing Bill O'Reilly.
Which is why I love both. Smiley

 57 
 on: Today at 08:41:39 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by DavidB.
This. ÍVP is the second best option, Pilz the third best.

 58 
 on: Today at 08:35:32 am 
Started by Tekken_Guy - Last post by Coraxion
^ Many of the ''Antifa'', if not most, are open communists.

Antifa's aren't the same kind of "far left" as #Marxists and Jacobins. The left is at least as diverse as the right.

Yeah, well if you get to call us all fascists, we get to call y'all communists.
The difference is that calling you guys fascists is accurate, but calling us communists is not.

 59 
 on: Today at 08:32:46 am 
Started by heatcharger - Last post by Coraxion
I happened to notice that counties such as Fairfax and Loudoun have turnout around 80% whereas the rural couties in western Virginia have around 50%.  Considering that this is an off year and Stewart has a home county advantage, he could very well pull it off if he turns out the rural areas and gains support in Prince William county as well as Loudoun.  It also depends on what Tim Kaine says or does over the next two years.  Even northern Virginians are VERY protective of the confederate monuments.  It is very unwise for any democrat to go against them as Northam and McAuliffe already have.

Ah yes, Corey Stewart will make big gains in prince William due to home advantage, just like how trump did very well in New York City..../s

Considering Obama got 63% percent and Hillary got 59%, I'd say Trump improved in NY.  Also, remember that Virginia has not had a majority winner for governor or senator since 2012. All the wins since then have been pluralities. Also, this is likely to play out like the Georgia special election with max turnout everywhere. As for Northern Virginia not caring ablut confederate monuments, I live up here and even the liberal minorities here stand up for them. We all went into election night thinking Warner was going to win by 20 points or so. Kaine is not nearly as popular as Warner.  Warner won all but 6 out of hundreds of localities in VA, Kaine only won The typical democrat localities plus VA Beach.

 60 
 on: Today at 08:29:49 am 
Started by Mondale Won 1 State - Last post by Great Again VI: The Bane of Bannon
Now The Mooch can come back! Donny, please let The Mooch back in.

Who let the Mooch out? Woof, woof, woof, woof.

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