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« Reply #75 on: October 27, 2009, 01:20:40 pm »
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July – December 2019

Throughout the summer and winter, Murkowski and Feingold  campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire, where they both have huge leads in their respective primaries.
Feingold also campaigns around the nation, and many say he is already the presumptive nominee since Glenn Nye, has never polled more than 20% while Feingolds polling ranges from 50 – 60%.

In the Republican field though, more people start to become more undecided rather than support Walker or Murkowski.

Republican Primary:
President Lisa Murkowski: 48%

Scott Walker: 12%
Undecided: 40%

Israel still refuses to return to negotiations. Many want the United States to use more of its muscle to push Israel to rejoin negotiations.
Murkowski tries to push more conservative legislation through the Senate but does not get far. The Senate manages to block her legislation and impose more moderate legislation. Trying to look more conservative, she vetoes many bills that come to her desk. Critics say that she is using her veto too liberally and striking down many pieces of legislation that she won’t get a better deal on.

Presidential Approval Rating July: 55%
Presidential Approval Rating December: 53%

January 2020
Presidential Approval Rating: 50%

Murkowski’s final State of the Union for this term. She once again addresses her concern for energy reform,  and says (in not so many words) that she is not a lame duck, while the majority of Americans are losing confidence in her as a leader.
Murkowski and Feingold both win the Iowa Causes and the New Hampshire Primaries in a relatively unexciting primary season. Walker and Nye both drop out after Super Tuesday in February.

March 2020

   Murkowski’s energy reform bill gets voted down in committee in the House of Representatives. They send it back to her saying it is inefficient and costly. Murkowski’s approval ratings plummet as a result.

A millionaire businessman from the Mid-Atlantic announces that he will run for President as a Libertarian, he says he will spend up to $100 million on his own campaign, his name is Taylor York.
   
            Approval Rating: 45%
General Election Match-Ups:

Feingold: 43%

Murkowski: 40%
York: 2%
Undecided: 15%
May 2020
Taylor York manages to get on the ballot in all 50 states.

   Eliot Spitzer resigns as Secretary of the Treasury.  Speculations swirls that he will be the Vice Presidential Candidate for Russ Feingold.

   In an interview, Spitzer describes how President Murkowski is not a leader, and her staff, because many worked for Crist, aren’t loyal.  He also refuses to comment on Vice Presidential speculation.

   Murkowski Approval Rating: 40%
   Is President Murkowski a strong leader? No: 53%, Yes: 28%, Unsure: 19%

June 2020
President Murkowski announces that Vice President Mitch Daniels will stay on as her Vice President.

Russ Feingold is rumored to have almost made a decision regarding his Vice President.
Taylor York announces that General Evan Smith will be his Vice Presidential nominee.

July 2020
   Russ Feingold announces his choice for Vice President:

Governor Thomas R. Suozzi of New York.
General Election Matchups
Feingold/Suozzi: 50%

Murkowski/Daniels: 45%
York: 3%

August:
   Eliot Spitzer campaigns with Feingold and criticizes Murkowski for being a poor leader in a time of need, and for not doing enough to get Israel to return to the negotiating table.
   The winner of Miss America from 2019 comes forward and says that Vice President Mitch Daniels seduced her after meeting her. Other women also start to come forward.
   Mitch Daniels denies it even though the NYT and WSJ produce convincing audio and video evidence against him.
   The President stands behind Vice President Daniels as her approval ratings fall even more.
Approval Rating: 35%

               General Election Matchup:

Feingold/Suozzi: 50%

Murkowski/Daniels: 40%
York: 7%
Unsure: 13%
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« Reply #76 on: October 27, 2009, 06:24:35 pm »
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Can you tell anything more about Spitzer post-presidential activities? Smiley I like individual details
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« Reply #77 on: November 02, 2009, 04:23:08 pm »
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UPDATE PLEASE!!!
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« Reply #78 on: November 02, 2009, 04:25:48 pm »
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« Reply #79 on: November 03, 2009, 07:00:46 pm »
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September:
The First Presidential Debate:
   Murkowski comes off as uninformed when she stumbles on questions regarding national security and the economy, while Feingold dominates the debate. York, who was allowed to participate, comes off slightly radical but well informed. Feingold comes off as a progressive and a reformer.


The First Vice Presidential Debate:


   Daniels comes off okay even as Suozzi dominates the issues regarding the economy although Daniels dominates national defense. Viewers don’t have a high favorability of Daniels due to his recent scandal.


General Election Matchups

Feingold/Suozzi: 52%

Murkowski/Daniels: 41%
York: 5%


October 2020
   Eliot Spitzer does an interview with ABC & NBC about what he will be doing after the election.  Spitzer goes into detail about how he will stay out of the national spotlight and will be joining the Clinton Foundation and doing work for them. He explains how he looks back and admires Clinton and his administration and he still thinks he has a lot to learn from the Former President. As of now, Eliot Spitzer has been Governor of New York, the Democratic Nominee for President, Secretary of the Treasury, Acting President, President and now is campaigning for Russ Feingold.

   Former President Barack Obama also appears on an interview before the election. He talks about how Feingold was discussed in the Senate as Presidential material and he thinks Feingold will win in a landslide. The former President has his own foundation that aims to support children around the world in regards to education, health care, hunger and basic needs. He also started another foundation that’s goal is to help Africa develop.
   
Former Vice President Al Gore is still active and advocating for reforms in the Electoral College.
In the international light, Israel is sanctioned by the UN for not returning to negotiations.
Murkowski continues to defend Mitch Daniels whose multiple affairs have grown more and more complicated. There is wild speculation that Murkowski will kick Daniels off the ticket. Murkowski denies rumors.

The second Presidential debate occurs, and it is town hall format.
   Russ Feingold says that if Republicans want a conservative, that Murkowski isn’t it and says how she hasn’t done anything in the 3 years she has been President. Murkowski tries to point out some of her bipartisan accomplishments but Russ Feingold hits back and says all those bills started in the Senate or House and the administration did nothing to further them. York is in the debate, but he comes off once again as a radical and doesn’t offer real insight to anything.
   Feingold walks away the winner of the debate.

The third Presidential debate is cancelled due to disagreements between the campaigns…there are leaks from the Murkowski campaign that say that Murkowski didn’t want to face Feingold in a third debate.



November 4th 2020 Election Day:
   Most pundits, even on Fox News are predicting that due to Murkowski’s low approval ratings and low polling that Feingold will win the election easily. This would be the first landslide since Obama’s win in 2008 if this comes true.

Day Of Head-To-Head Matchups:
 General Election Matchups


Feingold/Suozzi: 52%
Murkowski/Daniels: 38%
York: 7 %
Results:


Senator Russell Dana "Russ" Feingold of Wisconsin / Governor Thomas R. Suozzi of New York – 383 Electoral Votes - 73,880,650 Popular Vote – 54.7% - 32 States & DC


President Lisa Ann Murkowski / Vice President Mitchell Elias "Mitch" Daniels, Jr -   153 Electoral Votes -   54,839,509 Popular Vote – 40.5% - 18 States

Businessman Taylor York / General Evan Smith – 0 Electoral Votes - 6,547,571 Popular Vote 4.8%


Smallest Margins:

South Dakota - .1%
Texas – 1%
Georgia – 2%
Arkansas – 3%

North Carolina – 3%

Largest % for York:
20% - Louisiana
13% Ohio, Utah


Largest Margin

DC – 70%
Hawaii, Vermont – 40%

Alaska – 37%

President Murkowski called Senator Feingold to concede as soon as polls closed in California.

January 20th 2021


President Russ Feingold is inagurated as the 49th President of the United States.




44th President of the United States: Barack H. Obama~ – 1/20/2009 – 1/20/2017
45th President of the United States: Charles J. Crist – 1/20/2017 – 11/6/2017
46th President of the United States: Piyush “Bobby” Jindal* 11/6/2017 – 11/7/2017

47th President of the United States: Eliot Laurence Spitzer** 11/7/2017 – 11/7/2017
48th President of the United States: Lisa Ann Murkowski*** – 11/7/2017 - 1/20/2021
49th President of the United States: Russell Dana Feingold - 1/20/2021 -
~ - First African American President
*First Indian American President
**First Jewish President
***First Women President
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« Reply #80 on: July 11, 2010, 10:26:21 pm »
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Bump in case anyone wants to read it.
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« Reply #81 on: July 11, 2010, 11:11:26 pm »
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Second chances don't happen in politics. What about a second chance for George W. Bush then? Or is it just democrats who you want to give a second chance to?
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« Reply #82 on: July 11, 2010, 11:28:29 pm »
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Second chances don't happen in politics. What about a second chance for George W. Bush then? Or is it just democrats who you want to give a second chance to?

Do you understand what a timeline is?
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