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« on: July 09, 2009, 05:39:36 pm »
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OK, So endorse all the people you for each race. So yea......I'll post mine in depth later.
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« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2009, 11:29:27 pm »
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Grumble...I guess Rubio, but Crist is gonna win- FL Senate
*shoots self in head* - CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Kay Hutchison- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate
Rob Portman- OH Senate
John Kasich- OH Gov
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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2009, 11:37:51 pm »
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Grumble...I guess Rubio, but Crist is gonna win- FL Senate
Meg Whitman (not like she is going to win)- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Kay Hutchison- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate


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« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2009, 11:47:27 pm »
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Like her as a senator.  Plus, Texans are tired of Perry.
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« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2009, 11:49:10 pm »
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Marco Rubio- FL Senate
Meg Whitman- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate


Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.
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« Reply #5 on: July 09, 2009, 11:52:51 pm »
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Marco Rubio- FL Senate
Meg Whitman- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate


Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.

I know he got knocked. But I hate Murkowski, and since charges were dropped I think AK would be more than happy to support him. He did a great job navigating funding to their state, something my state desperately needs, and my Senators fail to do.
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« Reply #6 on: July 10, 2009, 12:05:30 am »
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Governor 2009
Chris Christie-NJ
Bob McDonnell-VA


Governor 2010
Tom Corbett-PA
Mike Cox or Steve Bouchard - MI
Scott Walker-WI
Bill McCollum-FL
Kay Hutchinson-TX
Meg Whitman-CA
Jan Brewer-AZ
Joe Heck-NV
Zach Wamp-TN
Mary Fallin-OK
Ron Thornburg-KS
Colin Simpson-WY
Scott McInnis-CO
Sean Parnell-AK
Mike Rounds-SD
Dave Heineman-NE
Unknown GOP-ILL  but only if they are strong, moderate, and well financed.
NY -same as ILL
MN-Same as NY
James Aiona-HW
Jodi Rell-CT
Jim Douglas-VT
John Kasich-OH
Mike Beebe-AR
Burch Otter-ID
As for AL, GA, and SC I am unsure, likely be the GOP nominee.
IA and MD that same as MN
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« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2009, 12:08:56 am »
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Marco Rubio- FL Senate
Meg Whitman- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate


Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.

I know he got knocked. But I hate Murkowski, and since charges were dropped I think AK would be more than happy to support him. He did a great job navigating funding to their state, something my state desperately needs, and my Senators fail to do.

Listen to me Alex, the Stevens, the Youngs and the Murkowskis are all in the same group of corrupt Alaska Republicans who all at one time or another have earmarked money to either relatives or friends, or made questionable land deals. You Should hope Sarah Palin runs or Loren Leman runs, but not one of that corrupt clique. The reason the charges were dropped was the Prosecutors f**ked up what should have been an open and shut case. He is definately Guilty.
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« Reply #8 on: July 10, 2009, 12:13:07 am »
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Marco Rubio- FL Senate
Meg Whitman- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate


Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.

I know he got knocked. But I hate Murkowski, and since charges were dropped I think AK would be more than happy to support him. He did a great job navigating funding to their state, something my state desperately needs, and my Senators fail to do.

Listen to me Alex, the Stevens, the Youngs and the Murkowskis are all in the same group of corrupt Alaska Republicans who all at one time or another have earmarked money to either relatives or friends, or made questionable land deals. You Should hope Sarah Palin runs or Loren Leman runs, but not one of that corrupt clique. The reason the charges were dropped was the Prosecutors f**ked up what should have been an open and shut case. He is definately Guilty.

Alaska doesn't seem to care about corruption. Young and Stevens had primaries, and Stevens almost won re-election a week after conviction. They obviously have redeeming qualities in the hearts of Alaskans. (My Alaskan friend loves Ted Stevents a.k.a. Uncle Ted)
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« Reply #9 on: July 10, 2009, 12:24:50 am »
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Senators
Kelly Ayotte-NH
Rob Simmons-CT
Pat Toomey-PA
Mike Castle-DE
Rob Portman-OH
IN-However runs against Bayh, I can't stand that guy
Mark Kirk-ILL
Trey Grayson-KY
Richard Burr-NC
Jim DeMint-SC
Johnny Isakson-GA
John Shelby-AL
David Vitter-LA I hope to god this bastard gets primaried or retires
Blanche Lincoln-AR Her opponents are quacks
Sarah Steelman-MO
Chuck Grassley-IA
John Thune-SD
Jerry Moran-KS
Byron Dorgan-ND
Tom Coburn-OK
Michael Williams-TX
Ryan Frazier-CO
Mike Crapo-ID
Mark Shurtleff-UT
John McCain-AZ  unless JD Hayworth runs, in which case I will support him over McCain
Nevada-Random Republican Businessman, military or state legislator
Carly Fiorina-CA
Alaska-Repbublican Primary Challenger, if none, then whoever the DEms run.
Oregon, Wisconsin, New York, Vermont and Washington-Whoever the GOP runs.
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« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2009, 12:32:34 am »
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Meg Whitman- CA Governor
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Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
Ted Stevens- AK Senate


Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.

I know he got knocked. But I hate Murkowski, and since charges were dropped I think AK would be more than happy to support him. He did a great job navigating funding to their state, something my state desperately needs, and my Senators fail to do.

Listen to me Alex, the Stevens, the Youngs and the Murkowskis are all in the same group of corrupt Alaska Republicans who all at one time or another have earmarked money to either relatives or friends, or made questionable land deals. You Should hope Sarah Palin runs or Loren Leman runs, but not one of that corrupt clique. The reason the charges were dropped was the Prosecutors f**ked up what should have been an open and shut case. He is definately Guilty.

Alaska doesn't seem to care about corruption. Young and Stevens had primaries, and Stevens almost won re-election a week after conviction. They obviously have redeeming qualities in the hearts of Alaskans. (My Alaskan friend loves Ted Stevents a.k.a. Uncle Ted)

Young got 45% and only won cause of a split in the Anti-Young Vote. Now cause PAlin is gone PArnell will probably run for Governor in 2010 and thus Speaker John Harris will run and defeat that bastard Young, who in 2005 when he was chairmen of a committee, he modified a bill AFTER IT WAS PASSED. That just so happen to benefit people who were his donars who live in FLORIDA. How is that helping Alaskan's. Young only survived cause he has greased the NAtive Tribes among whom he surprisingly out performed McCAin/PAlin. Young actually underperformed significanty especially the ares that vote for and trended towards McCain/Palin like Wasila for one. Stevens is 85 years old and you want a guy that old to challenged an incumbent who is half his age, has a 60% approval rating, and is a moderate. STevens isn't going to win the Conservative vote in a PRimary. If anything he will split Murkowski's base allowing a much more conservative and thankfully more ethical candidate to win.
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« Reply #11 on: July 10, 2009, 12:46:50 am »
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Marco Rubio- FL Senate
Meg Whitman- CA Governor
Pat Toomey- PA Senate
Rick Perry- TX Gov
Mark Kirk- IL Senate
Mike Castle- DE Senate
Rob Simmons- CT Senate
Chris Chrstie- NJ Gov
Bob McDonnell- VA Gov
John Lynch- NH Gov
Kelly Ayotte- NH Senate
Jim Douglas- VT Gov
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Last Time I checked Ted Stevens was on the Unemployement line cause he lost in 2008. Lisa Murkowski is up in 2010. She also needs to be fired as well. Finally why would you support a corrupt bastard like Stevens, who would be in Jail, if the Prosecutors would have done there damn job.

I know he got knocked. But I hate Murkowski, and since charges were dropped I think AK would be more than happy to support him. He did a great job navigating funding to their state, something my state desperately needs, and my Senators fail to do.

Listen to me Alex, the Stevens, the Youngs and the Murkowskis are all in the same group of corrupt Alaska Republicans who all at one time or another have earmarked money to either relatives or friends, or made questionable land deals. You Should hope Sarah Palin runs or Loren Leman runs, but not one of that corrupt clique. The reason the charges were dropped was the Prosecutors f**ked up what should have been an open and shut case. He is definately Guilty.

Alaska doesn't seem to care about corruption. Young and Stevens had primaries, and Stevens almost won re-election a week after conviction. They obviously have redeeming qualities in the hearts of Alaskans. (My Alaskan friend loves Ted Stevents a.k.a. Uncle Ted)

Young got 45% and only won cause of a split in the Anti-Young Vote. Now cause PAlin is gone PArnell will probably run for Governor in 2010 and thus Speaker John Harris will run and defeat that bastard Young, who in 2005 when he was chairmen of a committee, he modified a bill AFTER IT WAS PASSED. That just so happen to benefit people who were his donars who live in FLORIDA. How is that helping Alaskan's. Young only survived cause he has greased the NAtive Tribes among whom he surprisingly out performed McCAin/PAlin. Young actually underperformed significanty especially the ares that vote for and trended towards McCain/Palin like Wasila for one. Stevens is 85 years old and you want a guy that old to challenged an incumbent who is half his age, has a 60% approval rating, and is a moderate. STevens isn't going to win the Conservative vote in a PRimary. If anything he will split Murkowski's base allowing a much more conservative and thankfully more ethical candidate to win.

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« Reply #12 on: July 10, 2009, 03:43:31 am »
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TENTATIVE U.S. SENATE ENDORSEMENTS
AL: Anyone but Richard Shelby Smiley
AK: Ethan Berkowitz or former Gov. Tony Knowles

AZ: Sen. John McCain
AR: Sen. Blanche Lincoln
CA: Sen. Barbara Boxer
CO: Sen. Michael Bennet
CT: Sen. Chris Dodd
DE: Attorney General Beau Biden
FL: Rep. Kendrick Meek (D, FL-17)
GA: Former Gov. Roy Barnes
HI: Sen. Daniel Inouye
ID: Anyone but Mike Crapo Tongue
IL: State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias
IN: Sen. Evan Bayh
IA: Bob Krause
KS: Anyone but Jerry Moran or Todd Tiahrt Cheesy
KY: Attorney General Jack Conway
LA: Rep. Charlie Melancon (D, LA-03)
MD: Sen. Barbara Mikulski
MO: Secretary of State Robin Carnahan
NV: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
NH: Rep. Paul Hodes (D, NH-02)
NY-Sr.: Sen. Chuck Schumer
NY-Jr.: Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D, NY-14) or Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
NC: Anyone but Richard Burr Wink - preferably Attorney General Roy Cooper changes his mind
ND: Sen. Byron Dorgan
OH: Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner
OK: ANYONE BUT TOM COBURN!!! :@ - State Senator Andrew Rice, if he runs again?
OR: Sen. Ron Wyden
PA: Rep. Joe Sestak (D, PA-07) or Sen. Arlen Specter
SC: Anyone but Jim DeMint :@
SD: Anyone but John Thune Wink
TX: (Assuming Kay Bailey Hutchison retires and wins the Texas GOP gubernatorial primary) - I would endorse Rick Noriega to run again.
UT: Anybody but Bob Bennett :@
VT: Sen. Patrick Leahy
WA: Sen. Patty Murray
WI: Sen. Russ Feingold


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« Reply #13 on: July 10, 2009, 02:48:18 pm »
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2009 Gubernatorial Elections
Virginia: Creigh Deeds
New Jersey: Chris Chirstie (It's better that he is defeated rather than bring the whole state party down with him)

2010 Gubernatorial Elections
(Going in order of Wikipedia because it is easier!)
Kansas: Sam Brownback
Massachusetts: Michael Michaud
Michigan: Don Williamson
New Mexico: Diane Derish (although Val Kilmer would make an interesting governor!)
Oklahoma: Jahri Askens
Oregon: Gordon Smith
Pennsylvania: Dan Onorato
Tennessee: Roy Herron
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal
Alabama: Artur Davis
Alaska: Hollis Finch
California: Jerry Brown
Florida: Alex Sink
Georgia: Roy Barnes
Hawaii: Neil Abercrombie (if only so someone less radical will take his house seat)
Minnesota: John Marty
Rhode Island: Patrick Lynch (ithough Elizabeth Roberts would also be great)
South Carolina: Henry Ott
South Dakota: Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin
Utah: Ralph Becker
Arkansas: Mike Beebe
Colorado: Bill Ritter
Illinois: Pat Quinn
Iowa: Chet Culver
Maryland: Robert Ehrlich (I really don't like Martin O'Malley and Ehrlich is a good guy in person)
Massachusetts: Tim Cahill (I would like to work on his campaign)
New Hampshire: John Lynch
New York: Rudy Giuliani (if Cuomo dosen't run, if he does then I am 100% behind him)
Ohio: Ted Strickland
Wisconsin: Jim Doyle (unless Thompson runs, then I support him)
Arizona: Terry Goodard
Connecticut: Jodi Rell
Idaho: David Bieter
Nebraska: Steve Lathrop
Nevada: Rory Reid (Yes, Harry Reid's son)
Texas: Kay Bailey Hutchinson (one of my favorite Republicans, if only for her wit. Also she would make a good governor)
Vermont: Jim Douglas

2010 US Senate
Delaware: Beau Biden
Illinois: Chris Kennedy (always gotta go with the Kennedy!)
Missouri: Robin Carnahan
Kansas: Dan Glickman (basically anybody but the two Republican candidates)
New Hampshire: Paul Hodes
Florida: Charlie Crist (one of my favorite Republicans and really more of a Dixiecrat)
Ohio: Lee Fisher
Arkansas: Kim Hernden (unless Lincoln votes for the Employee Free Choice Act and Health Care)
California: Barbara Boxer
Colorado: Michael Bennet
Connecticut: Chris Dodd (only if health care passes, if not then Rob Simmons)
Hawaii: Daniel Inouye
Indiana: Evan Bayh
Maryland: Barbara Mikulski
Nevada: Harry Reid
New York: Kirsten Gillibrand
New York: Chuck Schumer
North Dakota: Byron Dorgan
Oregon: Ron Wyden
Pennsylvania: Joe Sestak
Vermont: Pat Leahy
Washington: Patty Murray
Wisconsin: Russ Feingold
Alabama: Dick Shelby
Alaska: Tony Knowles
Arizona: John McCain
Georgia: Jim Marshall
Idaho: I wouldn't vote for Crapo so I guess I'm out in the cold here.
Iowa: Bob Krause
Kentucky: Daniel Mongiardo (big fan of him)
Louisiana: Charlie Melancon (I would rather him not run, but I believe that he could definitely win nonetheless)
North Carolina: Mike McIntyre
Oklahoma: Brad Henry (though if Brad Carson runs I would support him)
South Carolina: Brad Hutto
South Dakota: Tom Daschle
Utah: Bob Bennett (a good Republican may be more valuable then a one-and-done Democrat)

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« Reply #14 on: July 10, 2009, 03:03:50 pm »
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TENTATIVE U.S. SENATE ENDORSEMENTS
• AL: Anyone but Richard Shelby Smiley
• AK: Ethan Berkowitz or former Gov. Tony Knowles

• AZ: Sen. John McCain
• AR: Sen. Blanche Lincoln
• CA: Sen. Barbara Boxer
• CO: Sen. Michael Bennet
• CT: Sen. Chris Dodd
• DE: Attorney General Beau Biden
• FL: Rep. Kendrick Meek (D, FL-17)
• GA: Former Gov. Roy Barnes
• HI: Sen. Daniel Inouye
• ID: Anyone but Mike Crapo Tongue
• IL: State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias
• IN: Sen. Evan Bayh
• IA: Bob Krause
• KS: Anyone but Jerry Moran or Todd Tiahrt Cheesy
• KY: Attorney General Jack Conway
• LA: Rep. Charlie Melancon (D, LA-03)
• MD: Sen. Barbara Mikulski
• MO: Secretary of State Robin Carnahan
• NV: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
• NH: Rep. Paul Hodes (D, NH-02)
• NY-Sr.: Sen. Chuck Schumer
• NY-Jr.: Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D, NY-14) or Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
• NC: Anyone but Richard Burr Wink - preferably Attorney General Roy Cooper changes his mind
• ND: Sen. Byron Dorgan
• OH: Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner
• OK: ANYONE BUT TOM COBURN!!! :@ - State Senator Andrew Rice, if he runs again?
• OR: Sen. Ron Wyden
• PA: Rep. Joe Sestak (D, PA-07) or Sen. Arlen Specter
• SC: Anyone but Jim DeMint :@
• SD: Anyone but John Thune Wink
• TX: (Assuming Kay Bailey Hutchison retires and wins the Texas GOP gubernatorial primary) - I would endorse Rick Noriega to run again.
• UT: Anybody but Bob Bennett :@
• VT: Sen. Patrick Leahy
• WA: Sen. Patty Murray
• WI: Sen. Russ Feingold


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« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2009, 05:22:32 pm »
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Well, NiK, actually the red was used by Democratic Socialist in Europe long before communists Wink

There are my few endorsments:

Delaware Senator: Beau Biden (D)
Florida Governor: Alex Sink (D)
New York Senator: Carolyn B. Maloney (D)
Illinois Senator: Alexi Giannoulias (D)
Pennsylvania Senator: Arlen Specter (now D)
Arizona Senator: John McCain (R) - unless Napolitano resigns from cabinet. McCain is still my favorite Republican, despite his horrible conversion during Bush years
Hawaii Governor: Neil Abercrombie (D)
Georgia Governor: Roy Barnes (D)
Alabama Governor: Artur Davis (D)- I'd prefer Folsom, but he's not going to run
Ohio Senator: Jennifer Brunner (D)
Missouri Senator: Robin Carnahan
Minnesota Governor: Mark Dayton (D)

All the Democratic incumbents except Gillibrand
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« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2009, 07:58:22 pm »
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2009 Endorsements

Mayor of New York City : Mike Bloomberg (I-NY)
Governor of NJ : Chris Christie (R-NJ)
Governor of VA : Bob McDonnell (R-VA)

2010 House Endorsements :

Michigan-8 : Michael Rogers (R-MI)
Minnesota-6 : Michelle Bachmann (R-MN)
South Dakota-At Large : Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin (D-SD)
North Carolina-9 : Sue Myrick (R-NC)
North Carolina-5 : Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Virginia-7 : Eric Cantor (R-VA)
New York-3 : Peter King (R-NY)
New York-13 : Vito Fossella (R-NY) (if he runs!)
Ohio-1 : Steve Chabot (R-OH) (If he runs!)
Ohio-2 : Jean Schmidt (R-OH)
Utah-3 : Jason Chavetz (R-UT)
Ohio-8 : John Boehner (R-OH)
Tennessee-7 : Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
Alaska-At Large : John Harris (R-AK)
Indiana-6 : Mike Pence (R-IN)
Washington-5 : Cathy McMorris (R-WA)
Washington-8 : Dave Reichart (R-WA)
Georgia-6 : Tom Price (R-GA)
Oklahoma-2 : Dan Boren (D-OK)


Endorsements for 2010 Governorships :

Oklahoma : Mary Fallin (R-OK)
New York : Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Texas : Kay Bailey Hutchinson (R-TX)
Kansas : Sam Brownback (R-KS)

Illinois : IDK, leaning independent
Minnesota : Norm Coleman (R-MN)
New Hampshire : John Lynch (D-NH)
Vermont : Jim Douglas (R-VT)
Connecticut : Jodi Rell (R-CT)
Pennsylvania : Mark S. Schweiker (R-PA)
Ohio : John Kasich (R-OH)
Tennessee : Zach Wamp (R-TN)
Alaska : Sean Parnell (R-AK)


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« Reply #18 on: July 11, 2009, 11:35:45 am »
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Florida-Sen: Charlie Crist (R)
Arizona-Sen: John McCain (R)
New York senior: Chuck Schumer (D)
New York junior: Kristen Gillibrand (D)
New York-Gov: Andrew Cuomo (D)
Connecticut-Sen: Chris Dodd (D)
Indiana-Sen: Evan Byah (D)
Nevada-Sen: Harry Reid (D)
Delaware-Sen: Beau Biden (D)
Wisconsin-Sen: Russ Feingold (D)
California-Sen: Barbara Boxer (D)
Massachusetts-Gov: Deval Patrick (D)
Alaska-Gov: Bob Poe (D)
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« Reply #19 on: July 12, 2009, 10:22:29 pm »
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2009 Endorsements

Mayor of New York City : Mike Bloomberg (I-NY)
Governor of NJ : Chris Christie (R-NJ)
Governor of VA : Bob McDonnell (R-VA)

2010 House Endorsements :

Michigan-8 : Michael Rogers (R-MI)
Minnesota-6 : Michelle Bachmann (R-MN)
South Dakota-At Large : Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin (D-SD)
North Carolina-9 : Sue Myrick (R-NC)
North Carolina-5 : Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Virginia-7 : Eric Cantor (R-VA)
New York-3 : Peter King (R-NY)
New York-13 : Vito Fossella (R-NY) (if he runs!)
Ohio-1 : Steve Chabot (R-OH) (If he runs!)
Ohio-2 : Jean Schmidt (R-OH)
Utah-3 : Jason Chavetz (R-UT)
Ohio-8 : John Boehner (R-OH)
Tennessee-7 : Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
Alaska-At Large : John Harris (R-AK)
Indiana-6 : Mike Pence (R-IN)
Washington-5 : Cathy McMorris (R-WA)
Washington-8 : Dave Reichart (R-WA)
Georgia-6 : Tom Price (R-GA)
Oklahoma-2 : Dan Boren (D-OK)
Wisconsin-1 : Paul Ryan (R-WI)

2010 Senate Elections :

New York : Peter King (R-NY)
Alaska : Sarah Palin (R-AK) or John Harris (R-AK)
New York : Insert republican
Pennsylvania : Nobody, Leaning republican
Nevada : John Ensign (R-NV)
South Dakota : John Thune (R-SD)
South Carolina : Jim DeMint (R-SC)
North Dakota : John Hoeven (R-ND)
Utah : Robert Bennet (R-UT)
Colorado : Ryan Frazier (R-CO)

Delaware : Mike Casle (R-DE)
Illinois : Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)
Missouri : Sarah Silverman (R-MO)
Kansas : Jerry Moran (R-KS)
New Hampshire : Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
Florida : I like Rubio better, but Charlie Crist (R-FL)
Ohio : Rob Portman (R-OH)

Arkansas : Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
California : Carly Florina (R-CA)
Connecticut : Rob Simmons (R-CT)
Hawaii : Linda Lingle (R-HI)
Indiana : Evan Byah (D-IN)
Maryland : IDK, Leaning third party
Nevada : Dean Heller (R-NV)
Oregon : Greg Walden (R-OR)

Vermont : Third Party
Washington : Dave Reichert (R-WA8)
Wisconsin : Paul Ryan (R-WI)
Alabama : Richard Shelby (R-AL)
Arizona : John McCain (R-AZ)
Georgia : Johnny Isakson (R-GA)
Idaho : Mike Crapo (R-ID)
Iowa : Chuck Grassley (R-IA)
Kentucky : Trey Grayson (R-KY) (I like Bunning better though!)

Louisiana : IDK, Leaning Republican
North Carolina : Richard Burr (R-NC) !!!!
Oklahoma : Tom Coburn (R-OK)


2010 Governors Elections :


Kansas : Sam Brownback (R-KS)
Maine : Steve Abbott (R-ME) (Sen. Collin's Chief of staff)
Michigan : Pete Hoekstra (R-MI)

New Mexico : IDK, Leaning republican
Oklahoma : Mary Fallin (R-OK)
Oregon : Gordon Smith (R-OR)
Pennsylvania : Tom Corbett  (R-PA)
Tennessee : Zach Wamp (R-TN)

Wyoming : Colin Simpson (R-WY)
Alabama : IDK, Leaning Republican
Alaska : Sean Parnell (R-AK)
California : IDK, Leaning third party
Florida : Bill McCollum (R-FL)
Georgia : Tom Price (R-GA)
Hawaii : James Aiona (R-HI)
Minnesota : Norm Coleman (R-MN)

Rhode Island : IDK, Leaning GOP
South Carolina : Nikki Haley (R-SC)
South Dakota : Dennis Daugaard (R-SD)
Utah : Mitt Romney (R-UT) (Hopeful lol)

Arkansas : IDK, Leaning Democrat
Colorado : Insert Republican
Illinois : Insert a real republican
Iowa : Steve King (R-IA)
Maryland : Bob Ehrlich (R-MD)
Massachusetts : Insert republican
New Hampshire : John Lynch (D-NH)
New York : Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Ohio : John Kasich (R-OH)
Wisconsin : Scott Walker (R-WI)
Arizona : Phil Gordon (D-AZ)
Connecticut : Jodi Rell (R-CT)
Idaho : Butch Otter (R-ID)
Nebraska : Dave Hieneman (R-NE)
Nevada : Insert any republican but Gibbons

Texas : Kay Hutchinson (R-TX)
Vermont : Jim Douglas (R-VT)
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« Reply #20 on: July 13, 2009, 09:06:08 pm »
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Sestak for PA Senate
Andrew Cuoma for NY Governor
Jennifer Brunner for Ohio Senate
Maloney for NY Senate
Ginnoulious for Illinois Senate
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« Reply #21 on: July 13, 2009, 09:20:07 pm »
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I'll endorse for the Senate primaries:

IL - Giannoulias
KY - Conway
NY - Gillibrand
OH - Fisher
PA - Sestak
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« Reply #22 on: July 13, 2009, 09:30:10 pm »
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Endorsements revised

2009 Endorsements

Mayor of New York City : Mike Bloomberg (I-NY)
Governor of NJ : Chris Christie (R-NJ)
Governor of VA : Bob McDonnell (R-VA)

2010 House Endorsements :

Michigan-8 : Michael Rogers (R-MI)
Minnesota-6 : Michelle Bachmann (R-MN)
South Dakota-At Large : Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin (D-SD)
North Carolina-9 : Sue Myrick (R-NC)
North Carolina-5 : Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Virginia-7 : Eric Cantor (R-VA)
New York-3 : Peter King (R-NY)
New York-13 : Vito Fossella (R-NY) (if he runs!)
Ohio-1 : Steve Chabot (R-OH) (If he runs!)
Ohio-2 : Jean Schmidt (R-OH)
Utah-3 : Jason Chavetz (R-UT)
Ohio-8 : John Boehner (R-OH)
Tennessee-7 : Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)
Alaska-At Large : John Harris (R-AK)
Indiana-6 : Mike Pence (R-IN)
Washington-5 : Cathy McMorris (R-WA)
Washington-8 : Dave Reichart (R-WA)
Georgia-6 : Tom Price (R-GA)
Oklahoma-2 : Dan Boren (D-OK)
Wisconsin-1 : Paul Ryan (R-WI)

2010 Senate Elections :

New York : Peter King (R-NY)
Alaska : Sarah Palin (R-AK) or John Harris (R-AK)
New York : Insert republican
Pennsylvania : Nobody, Leaning republican
Nevada : John Ensign (R-NV)
South Dakota : John Thune (R-SD)
South Carolina : Jim DeMint (R-SC)
North Dakota : John Hoeven (R-ND)
Utah : Robert Bennet (R-UT)
Colorado : Ryan Frazier (R-CO)

Delaware : Mike Casle (R-DE)
Illinois : Peter Fitzgerald (R-IL)
Missouri : Sarah Silverman (R-MO)
Kansas : Jerry Moran (R-KS)
New Hampshire : Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
Florida : I like Rubio better, but Charlie Crist (R-FL)
Ohio : Rob Portman (R-OH)

Arkansas : Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
California : Carly Florina (R-CA)

Connecticut : Rob Simmons (R-CT)
Hawaii : Linda Lingle (R-HI)
Indiana : Evan Byah (D-IN)
Maryland : IDK, Leaning third party
Nevada : Dean Heller (R-NV)
Oregon : Greg Walden (R-OR)

Vermont : Third Party
Washington : Dave Reichert (R-WA8)
Wisconsin : Paul Ryan (R-WI)
Alabama : Richard Shelby (R-AL)
Arizona : John McCain (R-AZ)
Georgia : Johnny Isakson (R-GA)
Idaho : Mike Crapo (R-ID)
Iowa : Chuck Grassley (R-IA)
Kentucky : Trey Grayson (R-KY) (I like Bunning better though!)

Louisiana : IDK, Leaning Republican
North Carolina : Richard Burr (R-NC) !!!!
Oklahoma : Tom Coburn (R-OK)


2010 Governors Elections :


Kansas : Sam Brownback (R-KS)
Maine : Steve Abbott (R-ME) (Sen. Collin's Chief of staff)
Michigan : Pete Hoekstra (R-MI)

New Mexico : IDK, Leaning republican
Oklahoma : Mary Fallin (R-OK)
Oregon : Gordon Smith (R-OR)
Pennsylvania : Tom Corbett  (R-PA)
Tennessee : Zach Wamp (R-TN)

Wyoming : Colin Simpson (R-WY)
Alabama : IDK, Leaning Republican
Alaska : Sean Parnell (R-AK)
California : IDK, Leaning third party
Florida : Bill McCollum (R-FL)
Georgia : Tom Price (R-GA)
Hawaii : James Aiona (R-HI)
Minnesota : Norm Coleman (R-MN)

Rhode Island : IDK, Leaning GOP
South Carolina : Nikki Haley (R-SC)
South Dakota : Dennis Daugaard (R-SD)
Utah : Mitt Romney (R-UT) (Hopeful lol)

Arkansas : IDK, Leaning Democrat
Colorado : Insert Republican
Illinois : Insert a real republican
Iowa : Steve King (R-IA)
Maryland : Bob Ehrlich (R-MD)
Massachusetts : Insert republican
New Hampshire : John Lynch (D-NH)
New York : Rudy Giuliani (R-NY)
Ohio : John Kasich (R-OH)
Wisconsin : Scott Walker (R-WI)
Arizona : Phil Gordon (D-AZ)
Connecticut : Jodi Rell (R-CT)
Idaho : Butch Otter (R-ID)
Nebraska : Dave Hieneman (R-NE)
Nevada : Insert any republican but Gibbons

Texas : Kay Hutchinson (R-TX)
Vermont : Jim Douglas (R-VT)


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« Reply #23 on: July 17, 2009, 09:57:31 pm »
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I only have two endorsments, both of which are the only that matter.

2010 Senate:
Rob Simmons (R-CT)

2010 Governor:
Jodi Rell (R-CT)

Hopefully the Simmons endorsment will at some point land on his website. I'm a pretty big deal.
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« Reply #24 on: July 20, 2009, 09:36:56 am »
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Governor 2009
Chris Christie-NJ
Bob McDonnell-VA


Governor 2010
Tom Corbett-PA
Mike Cox or Steve Bouchard - MI
Scott Walker-WI
Bill McCollum-FL
Kay Hutchinson-TX
Meg Whitman-CA
Jan Brewer-AZ
Joe Heck-NV
Zach Wamp-TN
Mary Fallin-OK
Ron Thornburg-KS
Colin Simpson-WY
Scott McInnis-CO
Sean Parnell-AK
Mike Rounds-SD
Dave Heineman-NE
Unknown GOP-ILL  but only if they are strong, moderate, and well financed.
NY -same as ILL
MN-Same as NY
James Aiona-HW
Jodi Rell-CT
Jim Douglas-VT
John Kasich-OH
Mike Beebe-AR
Burch Otter-ID
As for AL, GA, and SC I am unsure, likely be the GOP nominee.
IA and MD that same as MN

Why McInnis? Just curious
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