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E: 4.62, S: 4.61

« on: January 03, 2010, 01:31:26 am »

Oh my lord, I cannot wait for the real election night next year!!!  The gratifying feeling of watching us pick up so many seats.
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E: 4.62, S: 4.61

« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2010, 02:31:00 am »

Republicans in Washington have given up on Murray.  She'll be in the seat until she retires or dies and she won't retire in Dorgan-fashion.  Ogre Mage is completely right - I had hopes in 2004 that Nethercutt could beat her, as he took on Foley earlier and beat him, but eastern Washington republican support can't defeat western Washington.  I learned that early on and learned to trust my friend from Washington (also a republican) on these issues.  Plus, if Rossi couldn't defeat Gregoire in a great republican year (04) - it aint happening, except for when McKenna runs against Cantwell in 2012 and defeats her (should he want it). 

Washington is like Indiana, its a traditionally democratic state deep to its core, only moving in gigantic waves (like Obamas) and only tenable to a republican candidate from the west coast somewhat in line with the radical enviro movement.  It's not a democratic state like California, or Oregon, or Maine where republicans can fare pretty well still (if they try).
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