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« on: October 05, 2013, 09:03:12 pm »

Rounds is ahead of 50, leading by double-digits, in a Republican state where the undecideds will probably break in his favor. I don't understand what everyone is tearing out their hair over; if you set ND 2010 as a standard for a clear lead you'll be disappointed all the time. Very Safe R.
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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2013, 09:23:27 pm »

Rounds is ahead of 50, leading by double-digits, in a Republican state where the undecideds will probably break in his favor. I don't understand what everyone is tearing out their hair over; if you set ND 2010 as a standard for a clear lead you'll be disappointed all the time. Very Safe R.

Plus Harry Reid publicly repudiated Weiland as "not my choice" back in May.

Pretty sure Harry Reid is taking into account his approval rating in South Dakota and is trying to sneakily help Weiland out Wink
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2013, 10:30:00 am »

Rounds is ahead of 50, leading by double-digits, in a Republican state where the undecideds will probably break in his favor. I don't understand what everyone is tearing out their hair over; if you set ND 2010 as a standard for a clear lead you'll be disappointed all the time. Very Safe R.

Nobody is tearing out their hair. It's just ridiculous that a very popular ex-Governor in a very conservative state is up by FOURTEEN against an absolute TOTAL unknown. Of course it's safe R, but just strange that he's not up by 30.

Whatever makes y'all feel better, I guess.
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