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« on: January 20, 2009, 10:23:59 pm »
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Include the district in the case of the representatives.

Note that your selections must be currently in office. In other words, no former senators or represenatives, only current members of Congress.

(Edit: This topic is about favorites, and now I posted a similar topic. It is about least favorites (see http://uselectionatlas.org/FORUM/index.php?topic=91852.0).
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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2009, 10:30:14 pm »
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This type of thread has been done about a million times on this forum, but seeing as I can't find its last iteration, I'll let it stay.
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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2009, 10:31:11 pm »
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I have seen a similar thread myself, but it did not ask for representatives, only senators.
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« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2009, 12:27:51 pm »
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Hm. I'll do this when I have some time to kill.
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« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2009, 03:42:38 pm »
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Here are some for the Senate:

CA Boxer
OR Wyden
WA Cantrell
Utah Hatch
Arizona McCain
New Mexico Bingham
Texas Hutchinson
LA Vitter
AL Sessions
GA Isackson
SC Mint
NC Burr
VA Warner
MD Cardin
PA Specter
CT Lieberman
RI Reed
Mass Kennedy
VT Sanders
NH Gregg
Maine Snowe
Ohio Voinovich
Indiana Lugar
Illinois Burris
Wisconsin Feingold
MN Coleman Tongue
MI Levin
MO Bond
Oklahoma Coburn
Kansas Roberts
Kentucky Mitch McConnell
Tenn Alexander
Arkansas Pryor
Nevada Ensign
Mississippi Cochan
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« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2009, 04:54:38 pm »
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I'll just do the House for now, already did the Senate I think
Bama- Bob Aderholt
Alaska- Young by default
Arizona- Jeff Flake!!!!  Shadegg in second
Arkansas- Mike Ross or John Boozeman
California- John Campbell
Colorado- Mike Coffman
Connecticut- Chris Murphy
Delaware- Castle
Florida- prob Ileana
Georgia- Tom Price or Phil Gingrey
Hawaii- neil abercrombie
idaho- simpson or minnick, like them both
Illinois- MSK, Aaron Schock, pete roskam
Indiana- Mike Pence, Dan Burton close second
Iowa-Steve King
Kansas- Lynn Jenkins
Kentucky- ben Chandler, Mike Rogers
Louisiana- Cao, Boustany, Scalise, like all 3 of them
ME- I guess michaud
MD- Roscoe
MA- Mike Capuono or Niki Tsongas
Michigan-Thad McCotter
MN- Michele Bachmann, Erik Paulsen and John Kline tied 2nd
Mississippi-Gene Taylor
Missouri- Luektmeyer and Emerson
Montana- Rehberg
Nebraska- Adrian Smith
Nevada- Dean Heller
NH- I don't really like either of them that much
NJ- Chris Smith and Leonard Lance
NM- don't have a problem with any of the 3 freshmen
NY- Peter King and Kirsten Gillibrand
NC- Etheridge and Foxx
ND- I like Pomeroy, heard he's a really good guy
Ohio- Boehner
Oklahoma- Mary Fallin, Dan Boren, and Tom Cole
Oregon- Walden
PA- Tim Murphy and Jim Gerlach
RI- either one, although apparently Kennedy is a nice guy, even tho he comes off as an asshole
SC- Gresham Barrett
SD- Stephanie Herseth Sandlin
Tennessee- Blackburn and Cohen
Texas- hensarling
Utah- i like all 3
Vermont-Welch
Virginia- frank Wolf
Washington- Cathy Mcmorris Rodgers
WV- Shelley moore Capito
Wisconsin- Paul Ryan
Wyoming- Cynthia lummis









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« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2009, 07:44:38 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???
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« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2009, 08:01:35 pm »
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CA Feinstein
OR Wyden
WA Murray
Utah Hatch
Arizona McCain
New Mexico Bingaman
Texas Hutchison
Louisiana Landrieu
Alabama Shelby
Georgia Isakson
South Carolina Graham
North Carolina Burr
Virginia Webb
Maryland Cardin
Pennsylvania Specter
Connecticut Lieberman
Rhode Island Reed
Massachusetts Kerry
Vermont Sanders
New Hampshire Gregg
Maine Collins
Ohio Voinovich
Indiana Bayh
Illinois Burris
Wisconsin Feingold
Minnesota Klobuchar
Michigan Stabenow
Missouri Bond
Oklahoma Coburn
Kansas Brownback
Kentucky McConnell
Tennessee Alexander
Arkansas Pryor
Nevada Ensign
Mississippi Cochran
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« Reply #8 on: January 21, 2009, 08:12:04 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B
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« Reply #9 on: January 21, 2009, 08:14:05 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.
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« Reply #10 on: January 21, 2009, 08:16:13 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

I have no idea who that is.

The "Queen" aspect is important.  I don't really think you need to kiss Boxer's ring before requesting her to do something.  Feinstein will actively work against you, even if she approves of what you're doing, unless you kiss her ring.
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« Reply #11 on: January 21, 2009, 08:21:11 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

I have no idea who that is.

The "Queen" aspect is important.  I don't really think you need to kiss Boxer's ring before requesting her to do something.  Feinstein will actively work against you, even if she approves of what you're doing, unless you kiss her ring.


Bruce Herschensohn was her opponent in the 1992 senate race.  Her squad caught him at a strip club shortly before the election, and immediately began sending the news to the media.  He was the favorite to win the election before this happened.
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« Reply #12 on: January 21, 2009, 08:23:01 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

I have no idea who that is.

The "Queen" aspect is important.  I don't really think you need to kiss Boxer's ring before requesting her to do something.  Feinstein will actively work against you, even if she approves of what you're doing, unless you kiss her ring.


Bruce Herschensohn was her opponent in the 1992 senate race.  Her squad caught him at a strip club shortly before the election, and immediately began sending the news to the media.  He was the favorite to win the election before this happened.

Dawg, that has nothing whatsoever with her being arrogant.  That just has to do with an under-the-belt campaign.

Lots of politicians play WAY WAY WAY dirtier than that and aren't personally arrogant
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« Reply #13 on: January 21, 2009, 08:25:01 pm »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

I have no idea who that is.

The "Queen" aspect is important.  I don't really think you need to kiss Boxer's ring before requesting her to do something.  Feinstein will actively work against you, even if she approves of what you're doing, unless you kiss her ring.


Bruce Herschensohn was her opponent in the 1992 senate race.  Her squad caught him at a strip club shortly before the election, and immediately began sending the news to the media.  He was the favorite to win the election before this happened.

Dawg, that has nothing whatsoever with her being arrogant.  That just has to do with an under-the-belt campaign.

Lots of politicians play WAY WAY WAY dirtier than that and aren't personally arrogant

Ya, maybe arrogant isn't the right word, but from what I've seen on CSPAN, she is a real loud mouth on the senate floor.
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« Reply #14 on: January 22, 2009, 12:15:57 am »
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

Ronnie, Feinstein is a rather inept cowardly relative dumb. Under pressure, she succumbs like soft butter does to a knife.  Boxer is no rocket scientist, but she is a bit smarter, and has balls, and I respect that.  Obviously, I prefer that someone like Torie (to pick a name at random Tongue) represented California. Another observation, is that the talent pool of Pubbies in California is about as deep as the Rio Grande in the dry season.

By the way, about 10 years ago or so, Boxer went to charm school, got a new "do," and became considerably  less of the uber bitch that she once was.  No, I am not making this up; it's true!
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Torie, how do you like Boxer more than Feinstein???

Boxer is a liberal, Feinstein is a Queen B

Boxer is way more of a B than Feinstein.  She is so damn arrogant, and she sabotaged Bruce Herschensohn.

I have no idea who that is.

The "Queen" aspect is important.  I don't really think you need to kiss Boxer's ring before requesting her to do something.  Feinstein will actively work against you, even if she approves of what you're doing, unless you kiss her ring.


Bruce Herschensohn was her opponent in the 1992 senate race.  Her squad caught him at a strip club shortly before the election, and immediately began sending the news to the media.  He was the favorite to win the election before this happened.

Dawg, that has nothing whatsoever with her being arrogant.  That just has to do with an under-the-belt campaign.

Lots of politicians play WAY WAY WAY dirtier than that and aren't personally arrogant

Ya, maybe arrogant isn't the right word, but from what I've seen on CSPAN, she is a real loud mouth on the senate floor.

Speaking loud is just the characteristics of an idealogue.  You don't need to kiss Boxer's ring and tell her that she's great and that you respect her authoritah to get her to do whatever you want to do.  Boxer does what she wants to do, which is a big diff.

I don't agree with Torie's last post in some respects though.  I decline to say in which ways
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« Reply #17 on: January 22, 2009, 03:49:04 pm »
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Alabama Senator Richard Shelby; Rep. Artur Davis
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski; <vomit>
Arizona Senator John McCain; Rep. Gabrielle Giffords
Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln; Rep. Vic Snyder
California Senator Barbara Boxer; Rep. Pete Stark
Colorado Senator Mark Udall; Rep. Diana DeGette
Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd; Rep. Rosa De Lauro
Delaware Senator Tom Carper; Rep. Mike Castle
Florida Senator Bill Nelson; Rep. Robert Wexler
Georgia Senator Johnny Isaakson; Rep. John Lewis
Hawaii Senator Daniel Inouye; Rep. Neil Abercrombie
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo; Rep. Walt Minnick
Illinois Senator Richard Durbin; Rep. Luis Guitierrez
Indiana Senator Evan Bayh; Rep. Pete Visclosky
Iowa Senator Tom Harkin; Rep. Leonard Boswell
Kansas Senator Pat Roberts; Rep. Dennis Moore
Kentucky  <vomit>; Rep. John Yarmuth
Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu; <vomit>
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe; Rep. Mike Michaud
Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski; Rep. Chris Van Hollen
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry; Rep. Bill Delahunt
Michigan Senator Carl Levin; Rep. John Conyers
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar; Rep. Keith Ellison
Mississippi  Senator Thad Cochrane; Rep. Bennie Thompson
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill; Rep. William L. Clay
Montana Senator John Tester; <vomit>
Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson; Rep. Lee Terry
Nevada Senator Harry Reid; Rep. Dina Titus
New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen; Rep. Paul Hodes
New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez; Rep. Rush Holt
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall; ?
New York  Senator Chuck Schumer; Rep. Nita Lowey
North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan; Rep. Melvin Watt
North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan; Rep. Earl Pomeroy
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown; Rep. Marcy Kaptur
Oklahoma <vomit>; Rep. Dan Boren
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden; Rep. Peter DeFazio
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter; Rep. Joe Sestak
Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed; Rep. Jim Langevin
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham; Rep. Jim Clyburn
South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson; Rep. Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin
Tennessee Senator Bob Corker; Rep. Steve Cohen
Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison; Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch; Rep. Jim Matheson
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders; Rep. Peter Welch
Virginia Senator Jim Webb; Rep. Jim Moran
Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold; Rep. David Obey
Wyoming Senator John Barrasso; <vomit>
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Alabama Senator Richard Shelby; Rep. Artur Davis
Alaska Senator Mark Begich; Rep. Don Young, by default
Arizona Senator John McCain; Rep. Raul Grijalva
Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln; Rep. Vic Snyder
California Senator Barbara Boxer; Rep. Pete Stark
Colorado Senator Mark Udall; Rep. Diana DeGette
Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd; Rep. Rosa DeLauro
Delaware Senator Tom Carper; Rep. Mike Castle
Florida Senator Bill Nelson; Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson; Rep. John Lewis
Hawaii Senator Daniel Inouye; Rep. Neil Abercrombie
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo; Rep. Walt Minnick
Illinois Senator Richard Durbin; Rep. Jan Schakowsky
Indiana Senator Evan Bayh; Rep. Pete Visclosky
Iowa Senator Tom Harkin; Rep. Bruce Braley
Kansas Senator Pat Roberts; Rep. Dennis Moore
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell; Rep. John Yarmuth
Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu; Rep. Charlie Melancon
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe; Rep. Chellie Pingree
Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski; Rep. Chris Van Hollen
Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy; Rep. Barney Frank
Michigan Senator Carl Levin; Rep. John Conyers
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar (Senator Al Franken, if/when he's certified); Rep. Betty McCollum
Mississippi  Senator Thad Cochran; Rep. Bennie Thompson
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill; Rep. William L. Clay
Montana Senator Jon Tester; Rep. Denny Rehberg, by default
Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson; Rep. Lee Terry
Nevada Senator Harry Reid; Rep. Shelley Berkley
New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen; Rep. Carol Shea-Porter
New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez; Rep. Rush Holt
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall; not enough info
New York  Senator Chuck Schumer; Rep. Carolyn Maloney
North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan; Rep. Mel Watt
North Dakota Senator Byron Dorgan; Rep. Earl Pomeroy
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown; Rep. Dennis Kucinich
Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe (though both are awful); Rep. Dan Boren
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden; Rep. Earl Blumenauer
Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey Jr.; Rep. Allyson Schwartz
Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed; Rep. Patrick Kennedy
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham; Rep. Jim Clyburn
South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson; Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin
Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander; Rep. Steve Cohen
Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison; Rep. Lloyd Doggett
Utah Senator Robert Bennett; Rep. Jim Matheson
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders; Rep. Peter Welch
Virginia Senator Jim Webb; Rep. Robert Scott
Washington Senator Maria Cantwell; Rep. Jim McDermott
West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller; Rep. Nick Rahall
Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold; Rep. Tammy Baldwin
Wyoming Senator John Barrasso; Rep. Cynthia Lummis, by default
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« Reply #19 on: January 24, 2009, 10:28:44 pm »
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Rep. Bennie Thompson
Rep. Bennie Thompson

is a buffoon.  I far prefer Childers, and Taylor as well.

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Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions; Rep. Jo Bonner
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski; Rep. Don Young
Arizona Senator John McCain; Rep. Trent Franks
Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln; Rep. John Boozman
California Senator Diane Feinstein; Rep. Mary Bono Mack
Colorado Senator Mark Udall; Rep. Mike Coffman
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman; Rep. John Larson
Delaware Senator Tom Carper; Rep. Mike Castle
Florida Senator Mel Martinez; Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Georgia Senator Johnny Isaakson; Rep. John Linder
Hawaii Senator Daniel Inouye; Rep. Neil Abercrombie
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo; Rep. Mike Simpson
Illinois Senator Roland Burris; Rep. Mark Kirk
Indiana Senator Richard Lugar; Rep. Steve Buyer
Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley; Rep. Tom Latham
Kansas Senator Pat Roberts; Rep. Lynn Jenkins
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell; Rep. Ed Whitfield
Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu; Rep. Joseph Cao
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe; Rep. Mike Michaud
Maryland Senator Ben Cardin; Rep. Roscoe Bartlett
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry; Rep. Stephen Lynch
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow; Rep. Candice Miller
Minnesota Senator-Elected Norm Coleman; Rep. John Kline
Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran; Rep. Gregg Harper
Missouri Senator Kit Bond; Rep. Jo Ann Emerson
Montana Senator John Tester; Rep. Denny Rehberg
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns; Rep. Lee Terry
Nevada Senator John Ensign; Rep. Dean Heller
New Hampshire Senator Judd Gregg; Rep. Paul Hodes
New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez; Rep. Leonard Lance
New Mexico Senator Tom Udall; Rep. Harry Teague
New York  Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; Rep. Chris Lee
North Carolina Senator Richard Burr; Rep. Virginia Foxx
North Dakota Senator Kent Conrad; Rep. Earl Pomeroy
Ohio Senator George Voinovich; Rep. Michael Turner
Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn; Rep. Tom Cole
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden; Rep. Greg Walden
Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter; Rep. Charlie Dent
Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse; Rep. Jim Langevin
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham; Rep. Henry Brown
South Dakota Senator John Thune; Rep. Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin
Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander; Rep. Marsha Blackburn
Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison; Rep. Michael McCaul
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch; Rep. Rob Bishop
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders; Rep. Peter Welch
Virginia Senator Jim Webb; Rep. Eric Cantor
Wisconsin Senator Maria Cantwell; Rep. Tom Petri
Wyoming Senator John Barrasso; Rep. Cynthia Lummis
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StateSenatorRepresentative
AlabamaJeff SessionsMike Rogers
AlaskaLisa MurkowskiDon Young*
ArizonaJon KylTrent Franks
ArkansasMark PryorJohn Boozman
California(vomits)George Radanovich
ColoradoMichael BennetMike Coffman
ConnecticutJoe Lieberman(vomits)
DelawareTom CarperMike Castle*
FloridaMel MartinezIleana Ros Lehtinen
GeorgiaJohnny IsaksonJack Kingston
HawaiiDaniel Inouye(vomits)
IdahoJim RischMike Simpson
IllinoisRoland BurrisDonald Manzullo
IndianaDick LugarMike Pence
IowaChuck GrassleySteve King
KansasSam BrownbackJerry Moran
KentuckyMitch McConnellEd Whitfield
LouisianaMary LandrieuJohn Fleming
MaineSusan CollinsMike Michaud
Maryland(vomits)Roscoe Bartlett
Massachusetts(vomits)Stephen Lynch
Michigan(vomits)Candice Miller
MinnesotaAmy Klobuchar*John Kline
MississippiThad CochranGregg Harper
MissouriKit BondRoy Blunt
MontanaMax BaucusDenny Rehberg*
NebraskaMike JohannsLee Terry
NevadaJohn EnsignDean Heller
New HampshireJudd Gregg(vomits)
New Jersey(vomits)Scott Garrett
New Mexico(vomits)(vomits)
New YorkChuck Schumer*Peter King
North CarolinaRichard BurrSue Myrick
North Dakota(vomits)Earl Pomeroy*
OhioGeorge VoinovichJohn Boehner
OklahomaJames InhofeJohn Sullivan
Oregon(vomits)Greg Walden
PennsylvaniaArlen SpecterJoe Pitts
Rhode IslandJack Reed(vomits)
South CarolinaLindsey GrahamJoe Wilson
South DakotaJohn ThuneStephanie Sandlin*
TennesseeLamar AlexanderMarsha Blackburn
TexasKay HutchisonPete Olson
UtahOrrin HatchRob Bishop
VermontPat LeahyPeter Welch*
VirginiaMark WarnerEric Cantor
Washington(vomits)Cathy Rodgers
West VirginiaJay RockefellerShelley Capito
Wisconsin(vomits)Paul Ryan
WyomingJohn BarrassoCynthia Lummis*

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I'm sad to see people skip Washington when they did the other 49 states.
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« Reply #24 on: January 25, 2009, 12:23:55 pm »
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Me - Michaud
NH - I have no special fondness for any and would have to do research to arrive at a pick.
Vt - Sanders
MA - I have (etc). Probably Barney Frank.
RI - I have (etc)
Ct - I have (etc)... note that in some of these cases I'm ruling some people out.
NY - Rangel
NJ - Not Andrews, Lautenberg, or any Republican, that's for sure. But is any of the Democrats better?
Pa - Murtha seems nice.
Oh - Brown?
In - Carson. Though is mom was even greater.
Il - Hare
Mi - God and the Unions Dale Kildee
Wi - Feingold
Mn - Ellison
Ia - Braley
Mo - Cleaver?
ND - I like them all and have no clue who to pick.
SD - Steph
Ne - I have no fondness for any. But the Leg has that great Morgan Freeman lookalike!
Ks - Mmmm... the sole Dem for default reasons I guess... not particularly content with the pick, though... can't even think of his name right now... would have to look into the Rep Reps a bit before confirming that.
De - Kaufman. No contest.
Md - Donna Edwards seems okay. Bartlett for sheer hilarity.
Va - No idea. Glenn Nye just for the upset win and the awesome name.
WV - Byrd or Mollohan. At least they're neither Rahall nor a Rockefeller...
NC - no idea.
SC - Spratt. Gotta admire him.
GA - I have this positive idea of Barrow that is probably unfounded, so him.
FL - uh... yeah... uh... Allen Boyd? Corrine Brown? Sam says Grayson is a loon, so maybe him?
KY - Senator Bunning provides welcome entertainment.
TN - Seriously, would take research to tell between Cooper and Gordon. But right now I'll vote for Phil Roe, for his name, his primary win, and because TN Mountain Men Moderates ftw.
AL - Bobbie Blue, or whatever his surname is. Brown. Bright. Something like that.
MS - Thompson
AR - no spesh affection for any.
LA - Joseph Cao
OK - I'm not fond of Boren, but given the company he keeps...
TX - Ciro
MT - Tester. For the looks.
ID - One-term Congressman Walt Minnick.
WY - Barrasso (unenthusiastic). Can someone explain to me why Wyoming and Idaho keep electing Italian Senators, anyways?
CO - DeGette
NM - Probably Heinrich... he has the right first name, anyhow!
AZ - Grijalva
UT - eh, Matheson. Given the company he keeps...
NV - Reid. Everybody loves an ineffective.
Wa - McDermott
Or - Blumenauer
Ca - Hmmm... so many to chuse from. Barbara Lee? Hilda Solis, just for primarying that Martinez bloke?
Ak - Gotta go with Don Young.
Hi - Abercrombie or Hirono - I'd have to know more about Hirono to pick here. Akaka is cool, but getting too old.


Some of these picks are based on ridiculously little information.
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I may conceivably reconsider.

Knowing me it's more likely than not.
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