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« Reply #50 on: July 11, 2014, 04:11:20 pm »
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Where do you get the check mark from?
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There is nothing wrong with America that the faith, love of freedom, intelligence, and energy of her citizens cannot cure.

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« Reply #51 on: July 12, 2014, 11:40:08 am »
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Where do you get the check mark from?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Check_mark
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« Reply #52 on: July 13, 2014, 06:50:23 am »
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✔ Hillary Clinton/Mark Warner 347 (53,5%)
Mike Huckabee/Scott Walker 191 (44,9%)

The official results by state (2/2)

Missouri
✔ Mike Huckabee 50,5%
Hillary Clinton 48,5%

Montana
✔ Mike Huckabee 52,7%
Hillary Clinton 44,1%

Nebraska
✔ Mike Huckabee 57,3%
Hillary Clinton 42%

Nevada
✔ Hillary Clinton 53%
Mike Huckabee 44%

New Hampshire
✔ Hillary Clinton 53,1%
Mike Huckabee 45,2%

New Jersey
✔ Hillary Clinton 58,1%
Mike Huckabee 40,8%

New Mexico
✔ Hillary Clinton 55,7%
Mike Huckabee 42%

New York
✔ Hillary Clinton 66,5%
Mike Huckabee 32,4%

North Carolina
✔ Hillary Clinton 51,1%
Mike Huckabee 48,7%

North Dakota
✔ Mike Huckabee 56%
Hillary Clinton 41%

Ohio
✔ Hillary Clinton 52,3%
Mike Huckabee 46,9%

Oklahoma
✔ Mike Huckabee 63%
Hillary Clinton 37%

Oregon
✔ Hillary Clinton 56,1%
Mike Huckabee 40,8%

Pennsylvania
✔ Hillary Clinton 53%
Mike Huckabee 46,1%

Rhode Island
✔ Hillary Clinton 63,8%
Mike Huckabee 34,1%

South Carolina
✔ Mike Huckabee 53,5%
Hillary Clinton 45,8%

South Dakota
✔ Mike Huckabee 56,1%
Hillary Clinton 41%

Tennessee
✔ Mike Huckabee 58,2%
Hillary Clinton 40,2%

Texas
✔ Mike Huckabee 55,1%
Hillary Clinton 43%

Utah
✔ Mike Huckabee 67,2%
Hillary Clinton 29,3%

Vermont
✔ Hillary Clinton 67,1%
Mike Huckabee 30,1%

Virginia
✔ Hillary Clinton 55,1%
Mike Huckabee 42,6%

Washington
✔ Hillary Clinton 57,3%
Mike Huckabee 40,1%

West Virginia
✔ Mike Huckabee 54%
Hillary Clinton 45,7%

Wisconsin
✔ Hillary Clinton 52,5%
Mike Huckabee 46,9%

Wyoming
✔ Mike Huckabee 65,2%
Hillary Clinton 32,2%
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« Reply #53 on: July 13, 2014, 07:42:19 am »
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Wow.  I'm amazed that it was that close.  I would've expected Hillary to tar, feather, and crucify Huckabee.
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« Reply #54 on: July 14, 2014, 03:55:00 am »
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2016 Senate Elections



✔ Democrats 50 (+3)
Republicans 48 (-3)
Indipendents 2 (=)

Key Results

Florida
✔ Marco Rubio 52,4%
Alex Sink 47,6%

Illinois
✔ Lisa Madigan 53,5%
Mark Kirk 45,9%

Nevada
✔ Brian Sandoval 50,3%
Harry Reid 49,7%

New Hampshire
✔ Maggie Hassan 49,7%
Kelly Ayotte 49,1%

Ohio
✔ Rob Portman 52,5%
Ed FitzGerald 47,2%

Pennsylvania
✔ Joe Sestak 52,3%
Pat Toomey 47,5%

Washington
✔ Patty Murray 52,4%
Dino Rossi 47,2%

Wisconsin
✔ Russ Feingold 52,3%
Ron Johnson 46,8%


2014 Gubernatorial Elections



Republicans 25 (-1)
Democrats 25 (+1)


Key Results

Indiana
✔ Evan Bayh 50%
Mike Pence 49,2%

Missouri
✔ Chris Koster 49,8%
Catherine Hanaway 49,6%

North Carolina
✔ Pat McCrory 51,5%
Roy Cooper 48,3%

West Virginia
✔ Joe Manchin 55,3%
David McKinley 44,7%
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« Reply #55 on: July 14, 2014, 05:51:58 pm »
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Um.... Bit of a problem here. Pence wins not Bayh. Bayh ain't running and the Dems bench here is quite weak.
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Jackie Walorski (R/IN-2)
Marlin Stutzman (R/IN-3)
Todd Rokita (R/IN-4)
Chard Reid (Lib/IN-5)
Luke Messer (R/IN-6)
Tom Massie (R/KY-4)
David Brat (R/VA-7)
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« Reply #56 on: July 15, 2014, 11:47:00 am »
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Um.... Bit of a problem here. Pence wins not Bayh. Bayh ain't running and the Dems bench here is quite weak.
This is Cris's TL not yours
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« Reply #57 on: July 15, 2014, 12:49:08 pm »
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How much $$$ would be spent between the Bayh-Pence matchup ?

Over $80 million between the candidates in TV Ads, campaign fundraisers, etc., ?

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« Reply #58 on: July 15, 2014, 01:52:34 pm »
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The Hillary Cabinet - Key Positions


President of the United States: Hillary Clinton


Vice President of the United States: Mark Warner


Secretary of State: Susan Rice


Attorney General: Eric Holder


Secretary of Defence: Wesley Clark


Secretary of the Treasury: Lawrence Summers


Secretary of Labor: Ted Strickland


Secretary of Agriculture: Tom Vilsack


Secretary of Education: Barbara Mikulski


Hillary Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 65%
Disapprove 24%

2020 Republican Nomination Poll - January 2017 *
Chris Christie 25%
Scott Walker 16%
Ted Cruz 15%
Marco Rubio 13%
Rand Paul 6%
Rick Snyder 4%
Mike Lee 3%
Sarah Palin 2%
Jon Huntsman 1%

* Including only potential candidates
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« Reply #59 on: July 18, 2014, 08:05:27 am »
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Rematch

2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (June 2018)




Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 49%
Jeff Flake (I) 47%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 48%
Mike Pence 47%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 47%
Susana Martinez 47%

Washington Poll
Dino Rossi 48%
Maria Cantwell (I) 47%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 49%
Josh Mandel 46%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 49%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 55%
Disapprove 40%
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« Reply #60 on: July 19, 2014, 06:09:14 pm »
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2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (June 2018)




Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 49%
Jeff Flake (I) 47%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 48%
Mike Pence 47%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 47%
Susana Martinez 47%

Washington Poll
Dino Rossi 48%
Maria Cantwell (I) 47%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 49%
Josh Mandel 46%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 49%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 55%
Disapprove 40%
Who's challenging Heitkamp (D-ND), Tester (D-MT), and McCaskill (D-MO)?
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« Reply #61 on: July 28, 2014, 08:13:04 am »
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2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (June 2018)




Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 49%
Jeff Flake (I) 47%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 48%
Mike Pence 47%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 47%
Susana Martinez 47%

Washington Poll
Dino Rossi 48%
Maria Cantwell (I) 47%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 49%
Josh Mandel 46%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 49%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 55%
Disapprove 40%
Who's challenging Heitkamp (D-ND), Tester (D-MT), and McCaskill (D-MO)?

North Dakota: Heitkamp vs. Berg
Montana: Tester vs. Corey Stapleton
Missouri: McCaskill vs. John Brunner
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« Reply #62 on: July 30, 2014, 01:30:57 pm »
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2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (Final)



Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 50%
Jeff Flake (I) 48%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 49%
Mike Pence 49%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 49%
Susana Martinez 48%

Washington Poll
Maria Cantwell (I) 48%
Dino Rossi 48%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 51%
Josh Mandel 45%

Nevada Poll
Dean Heller (I) 49%
Harry Reid 43%

North Dakota Poll
Heidi Heitkamp (I) 51%
Rick Berg 47%

Montana Poll
Jon Tester (I) 52%
Corey Stapleton 44%

Missouri Poll
Claire McCaskill (I) 53%
John Brunner 45%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 50%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 51%
Disapprove 46%
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« Reply #63 on: July 30, 2014, 02:59:59 pm »
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2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (Final)



Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 50%
Jeff Flake (I) 48%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 49%
Mike Pence 49%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 49%
Susana Martinez 48%

Washington Poll
Maria Cantwell (I) 48%
Dino Rossi 48%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 51%
Josh Mandel 45%

Nevada Poll
Dean Heller (I) 49%
Harry Reid 43%

North Dakota Poll
Heidi Heitkamp (I) 51%
Rick Berg 47%

Montana Poll
Jon Tester (I) 52%
Corey Stapleton 44%

Missouri Poll
Claire McCaskill (I) 53%
John Brunner 45%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 50%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 51%
Disapprove 46%

1. Why is Reid up in 2018?
2. Dino Rossi is still trying to be relevant?
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« Reply #64 on: July 30, 2014, 04:54:04 pm »
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2018 Senate Elections - Polling Map (Final)



Republicans 48
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Arizona Poll
Gabby Giffords 50%
Jeff Flake (I) 48%

Indiana Poll
Joe Donnelly (I) 49%
Mike Pence 49%

New Mexico Poll
Martin Heinrich (I) 49%
Susana Martinez 48%

Washington Poll
Maria Cantwell (I) 48%
Dino Rossi 48%

Ohio Poll
Sherrod Brown (I) 51%
Josh Mandel 45%

Nevada Poll
Dean Heller (I) 49%
Harry Reid 43%

North Dakota Poll
Heidi Heitkamp (I) 51%
Rick Berg 47%

Montana Poll
Jon Tester (I) 52%
Corey Stapleton 44%

Missouri Poll
Claire McCaskill (I) 53%
John Brunner 45%

West Virginia Poll
David McKinley 50%
Mike Green 45%

President Clinton Approval Rating
Approve 51%
Disapprove 46%

1. Why is Reid up in 2018?
2. Dino Rossi is still trying to be relevant?
In this timeline, Reid loses to Sandoval in 2016 and then tries to make a comeback two years later.
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« Reply #65 on: August 05, 2014, 02:51:18 am »
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Election Night 2018

7.00 PM

Indiana - Too Close to Call
Vermont - ✔ Bernie Sanders
Virginia - ✔ Tim Kaine



Republicans 40
Democrats 28
Indipendents 1

Not Projected 1

7.30 PM

Ohio - ✔ Sherrod Brown
West Virginia - Too Close to Call




Republicans 40
Democrats 29
Indipendents 1

Not Projected 2

8 PM

Connecticut - ✔ Chris Murphy
Delaware - ✔ Tom Carper
Florida - ✔ Bill Nelson

Maine - ✔ Angus King
Maryland - ✔ Ben Cardin
Massachusetts - ✔ Elizabeth Warren

Mississippi - ✔ Roger Wicker
Missouri - ✔ Claire McCaskill
New Jersey - ✔ Bob Menendez
Pennsylvania - ✔ Bob Casey
Rhode Island - ✔ Sheldon Whitehouse

Tennessee - ✔ Bob Corker




Republicans 42
Democrats 38
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 2

8.45 PM

West Virginia - ✔ David McKinley



Republicans 43
Democrats 38
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 1

9 PM

Arizona - Too Close to Call
Michigan - ✔ Debbie Stabenow
Minnesota - ✔ Amy Klobuckar

Nebraska - ✔ Deb Fischer
New Mexico - Too Close to Call
New York - ✔ Kirsten Gillibrand
Texas - ✔ Ted Cruz
Wisconsin - ✔ Tammy Baldwin
Wyoming - ✔ John Barrasso




Republicans 46
Democrats 42
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 3
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Election Night 2018

10.00 PM

Montana - Too Early to Call
Nevada - Too Early to Call
Utah - ✔ Jon Huntsman



Republicans 47
Democrats 42
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 5

10.45 PM

Montana - ✔ Jon Tester
Nevada - ✔ Dean Heller



Republicans 48
Democrats 43
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 3

11.00 PM

California - ✔ Dianne Feinstein
Hawaii - ✔ Mazie Hirono
North Dakota - Too Close to Call
Washington - Too Close to Call



Republicans 48
Democrats 45
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 5

1 AM

Indiana - ✔ Mike Pence
New Mexico - ✔ Susana Martinez
North Dakota - ✔ Heidi Heitkamp



Republicans 50
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 2

2.15 AM

Washington - ✔ Dino Rossi



✔ Republicans 51
Democrats 46
Indipendents 2

Not Projected 1
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« Reply #67 on: August 25, 2014, 07:00:14 am »
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2018 Senate Elections



✔ Republicans 52 (+ 4)
Democrats 46 (- 4)
Independents 2 (=)

Arizona
✔ Jeff Flake 49,7%
Gabby Giffords 49,6%

Indiana
✔ Mike Pence 49,3%
Joe Donnelly 49%

Nevada
✔ Dean Heller 51,8%
Harry Reid 44,2%

New Mexico
✔ Susana Martinez 49,6%
Martin Heinrich 49,2%

North Dakota
✔ Heidi Heitkamp 51,4%
Rick Berg 48,2%

Ohio
✔ Sherrod Brown 52,3%
Josh Mander 46,8%

Washington
✔ Dino Rossi 50,3%
Maria Cantwell 49,7%

West Virginia
✔ David McKinley 52,3%
Mike Green 47,2%
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« Reply #68 on: August 25, 2014, 09:51:32 am »
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You listed IN twice in that.....

Would also like to see the margin for MT and MO.
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« Reply #69 on: August 25, 2014, 10:03:45 am »
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You listed IN twice in that.....

Would also like to see the margin for MT and MO.

Montana
✔ Jon Tester 52,1%
Corey Stapleton 45,8%

Missouri
✔ Claire McCaskill 53,2%
John Brunner 44,8%
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2020 Republican Presidential Primary

The candidates:

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie



Former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal



Texas Senator Ted Cruz



Indiana Senator Mike Pence



Florida Senator Marco Rubio



Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum



Republican National Primary Poll - July 2015

Chris Christie 25%
Bobby Jindal 16%
Marco Rubio 14%
Mike Pence 13%
Ted Cruz 9%
Rick Santorum 5%
Others 2%
Undecided 16%

Republican Primary Poll - Iowa

Chris Christie 18%
Marco Rubio 17%
Mike Pence 17%
Bobby Jindal 15%
Rick Santorum 10%
Ted Cruz 9%
Others 1%
Undecided 13%

Republican Primary Poll - New Hampshire

Chris Christie 39%
Mike Pence 18%
Marco Rubio 12%
Bobby Jindal 9%
Ted Cruz 4%
Rick Santorum 3%
Others 3%
Undecided 12%

General Elections Match-Ups

Hillary Clinton 47%
Chris Christie 46%

Hillary Clinton 49%
Bobby Jindal 43%

Hillary Clinton 48%
Mike Pence 44%

Hillary Clinton 48%
Marco Rubio 45%

Hillary Clinton 52%
Ted Cruz 39%

Hillary Clinton 53%
Rick Santorum 37%
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