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« Reply #25 on: November 10, 2006, 01:51:38 am »
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good news!

dewine is horrible.  but brown should be flogged.


im still confidently predicting a blackwell victory.

LOL!!! - Walter in my four or five months on this forum I have yet to see you make ONE SINGLE PREDICTION that turns out to come anywhere near the actual result.

I think if I ever find myself in agreement with yourself on a race I will change my prediction immediately.
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I'm still going out on a limb here and predicting that Tom Vilsack will eventually become the Dem nominee. 

The others--Edwards, Hillary, and Obama, have peaked WAY too early

THE BUCKS ARE GOING TO THE FINAL FOUR!!!

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« Reply #26 on: November 10, 2006, 01:55:24 am »
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...shouldn't Brown at least do better than John Kerry did in 2004?  Or at least better than Eric Fingerhut did LOL.

Better than Fingerhut, that’s for sure, but he won’t do anywhere near as well as Kerry.

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« Reply #27 on: November 10, 2006, 02:13:47 am »
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Anyone who thinks this is "over" because of a high single-digit lead 6 months before the election is stupid.

I stand by that remark Wink
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« Reply #28 on: November 24, 2006, 05:40:05 am »
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I'm surprised by how many of the replies to this thread point at a DeWine victory. As someone who lives in Ohio, I definitely sensed a great dissatisfaction with the status quo and was not shocked that Brown won. In one of the states so clearly mired with political scandals and some blame for Bush remaining in office (including accusations of Blackwell's mishandling of the 2004 elections), should it be a shock that incumbents were ousted left and right?
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« Reply #29 on: November 26, 2006, 01:17:38 pm »
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I'm surprised by how many of the replies to this thread point at a DeWine victory. As someone who lives in Ohio, I definitely sensed a great dissatisfaction with the status quo and was not shocked that Brown won. In one of the states so clearly mired with political scandals and some blame for Bush remaining in office (including accusations of Blackwell's mishandling of the 2004 elections), should it be a shock that incumbents were ousted left and right?

While the results for senator and governor were, undoubtedly, good for Democrats in Ohio, it wasn't for the most part reflected at the House district level with Chabot, and, seemingly, Schmidt and Pryce holding on, though we won't know for sure about those two until tomorrow. Democrats outpolled GOP House candidates statewide but, if nothing changes, Republicans will have a 11 to 8 advantage in its House delegation

Democrats did make gains at the state Senate (+1) and House (+7) level, of course, but not enough to take control

Still, if Strickland and Brown do good, the long-term prospects for Ohio Democrats should improve

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« Reply #30 on: November 26, 2006, 03:55:16 pm »
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While the results for senator and governor were, undoubtedly, good for Democrats in Ohio, it wasn't for the most part reflected at the House district level with Chabot, and, seemingly, Schmidt and Pryce holding on, though we won't know for sure about those two until tomorrow.

Schmidt was declared the winner five days ago.
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« Reply #31 on: November 27, 2006, 07:36:20 pm »
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While the results for senator and governor were, undoubtedly, good for Democrats in Ohio, it wasn't for the most part reflected at the House district level with Chabot, and, seemingly, Schmidt and Pryce holding on, though we won't know for sure about those two until tomorrow.

Schmidt was declared the winner five days ago.

Well, Schmidt is home and dry. Pryce has defeated Kilroy by 1,055 votes (50.2% to 49.8%) trigerring an automatic recount. That Foley-phile should have went down handidly

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