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« on: December 27, 2013, 05:02:19 pm »
« edited: December 27, 2013, 05:13:55 pm by 4:20: Now With Weapons »

Alabama: Well, there are no Dems here
Alaska: Mark Begich (D)
Arkansas: Mark Pryor (D),very reluctantly. Might switch to Green if he pulls a Blanche.
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii: Brian Schatz (D), enthusiastically

Idaho: Once again, no Dems
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D), I guess
Kentucky: Grimes (D)
Louisiana: Mary Landrieu (D), enthusiastically
Maine: Shenna Bellows (D)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D), enthusiastically
Michigan: Gary Peters (D)
Minnesota: Al Franken (D), enthusiastically
Mississippi: Travis Childers (D)
Montana: John Walsh (D)

Nebraska: No idea.
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D), enthusiastically
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: BushOklahoma (D/R/whatever he is these days)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D), enthusiastically
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D)
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)

South Dakota: Larry Pressler (I)
Tennessee: Joe Brown (D)
Texas: Maxey Scherr (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D), but I like Capito
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal (D)
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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2013, 05:15:27 pm »
« Edited: December 27, 2013, 05:37:49 pm by badgate »

Alabama: No endorsement.
Alaska: Mark Begich
Arkansas: Mark Pryor
Colorado: Mark Udall
Deleware: Chris Coons
Georgia: Michelle Nunn
Hawai'i: Brian Schatz
Idaho: No endorsement.
Illinois: Dick Durbin
Iowa: Bruce Braley
Kansas: Endorsement withheld.
Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes
Louisiana: Mary Landrieu
Maine: Shenna Bellows
Massachusetts: Endorsement withheld.
Michigan: Gary Peters
Minnesota: Al Franken
Montana: John Walsh
Nebraska: Endorsement withheld.
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen
New Jersey: Cory Booker
New Mexico: Tom Udall
North Carolina: Kay Hagan
Oklahoma: Endorsement withheld.
Oregon: Jeff Merkley
Rhode Island: Jack Reed
South Carolina: Endorsement withheld.
South Carolina: Endorsement withheld.
South Dakota: Larry Pressler
Tennessee: Endorsement withheld.
Texas: Maxey Scherr
Virginia: Mark Warner
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant
Wyoming: Endorsement withheld.



Withheld endorsements indicate that I haven't looked at the race well enough. Smiley Or in the case of MA find Markey boooooooring
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« Reply #2 on: December 27, 2013, 05:15:49 pm »

Sawx, have you seen his bible ad? It seems he's going beyond Blanche levels.
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« Reply #3 on: December 27, 2013, 05:26:03 pm »

Sawx, have you seen his bible ad? It seems he's going beyond Blanche levels.

Oh, he definitely has her beat in the desperation department. I'm just talking about him sh**tting the bed to the point where voting for him wouldn't really matter.
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« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2013, 05:26:32 pm »
« Edited: December 27, 2013, 06:15:23 pm by Senator North Carolina Yankee »

Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R)
Alaska: Lean Dan Sullivan right now (R)
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R)
Colorado: Not Sure (R)
Delaware: Don't Know
Georgia: Karen Handel (R)
Hawaii: Brian Schatz for now (D)
Idaho: Jim Risch (R)
Illinois: Not Sure (R)
Iowa: Not Sure (R)
Kansas: Pat Roberts (R)
Kentucky: Not Sure (R)
Lousiana: Bill Cassidy (R)
Maine: Susan Collins (R)
Massachusetts: Don't Know
Michigan: Terri Lynn Land (R)
Minnesota: Not Sure (R)
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R) reluctantly
Montana: Steve Daines (R)
Nebraska: Shane Osborne (R) I guess
New Hampshire: Not Sure (R)
New Jersey: Not Sure (R)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Not Sure (R)
Oklahoma: Write-in: JC Watts (R)
Oregon: Not Sure (R)
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D)
South Carolina Class II: Nancy Mace (R)
South Carolina Class III: Tim Scott (R)
South Dakota: Lean Mike Rounds (R)
Tennessee: Joe Carr W/ Great Reluctance (R)
Texas: John "Big Bad John Corndog" Cornyn (R)
Virginia: Ken Cuccineli (R) I guess
West Virgnia: Shelly Moore Capito (R)
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R)
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« Reply #5 on: December 27, 2013, 05:34:02 pm »
« Edited: February 20, 2014, 08:20:46 pm by SPC »

Alabama: Pending
Alaska: Joe Miller (assuming the primary is not close, Abstain if otherwise)
Arkansas: Nathan LaFrance
Colorado: Owen Hill
Delaware: Pending
Georgia: Paul Broun
Hawaii: Pending
Idaho: Jim Risch
Illinois: Sharon Hansen
Iowa: Chuck Aldrich
Kansas: Milton Wolf
Kentucky: Matt Bevin David Patterson
Louisiana: Brannon McMorris Paul Hollis
Maine: Erick Bennett
Massachusetts: Pending
Michigan: Jim Fulner
Minnesota: Pending
Mississippi: Chad McDaniel
Montana: Pending
Nebraska: Shane Osborn
New Hampshire: Jim Rubens
New Jersey: Alieta Eck Murray Sabrin
New Mexico: David Clements
North Carolina: Greg Brannon
Oklahoma: Pending
Oklahoma: Randy Brogdon
Oregon: Pending
South Carolina: Lee Bright
South Carolina: Pending
South Dakota: Stace Nelson
Tennessee: Brenda Lenard
Texas: Steve Stockman Dwayne Stovall
Virginia: Pending
West Virginia: Pat McGeehan Thomas Coyne
Wyoming: Pending
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« Reply #6 on: December 27, 2013, 05:40:07 pm »

Alabama: Abstain
Alaska: Mark Begich (D), unhappily
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) - I refuse to endorse Pryor
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii (S): Brian Schatz (D), enthusiastically

Idaho: A potato (I)
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D)
Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), enthusiastically

Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) - I refuse to endorse Landrieu
Maine: Shenna Bellows (D)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D), enthusiastically
Michigan: Gary Peters (D), enthusiastically
Minnesota: Al Franken (DFL), enthusiastically
Mississippi: Ronnie Musgrove (D)
Montana: John Walsh (D), enthusiastically
Nebraska: Chris Beutler (D)
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: Matt Silverstein (D)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D)
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D), enthusiastically
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)
South Dakota: Rick Weiland (D)
Tennessee: Joe Brown (D)
Texas: David Alameel (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D), unhappily
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal (D)


I won't post them, but I also "enthusiastically" endorse the Tea Partiers in the Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina (G), South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming primaries!


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« Reply #7 on: December 27, 2013, 05:51:38 pm »

Alabama: Abstain
Alaska: Mark Begich (D), unhappily
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) - I refuse to endorse Pryor
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii (S): Brian Schatz (D), enthusiastically

Idaho: A potato (I)
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D)
Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), enthusiastically

Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) - I refuse to endorse Landrieu
Maine: Shenna Bellows (D)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D), enthusiastically
Michigan: Gary Peters (D), enthusiastically
Minnesota: Al Franken (DFL), enthusiastically
Mississippi: Ronnie Musgrove (D)
Montana: John Walsh (D), enthusiastically
Nebraska: Chris Beutler (D)
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: Matt Silverstein (D)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D)
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D), enthusiastically
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)
South Dakota: Rick Weiland (D)
Tennessee: Joe Brown (D)
Texas: David Alameel (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D), unhappily
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal (D)


I won't post them, but I also "enthusiastically" endorse the Tea Partiers in the Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina (G), South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming primaries!




Why do you support Tom Cotton and Cassidy?
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« Reply #8 on: December 27, 2013, 06:06:48 pm »
« Edited: June 07, 2014, 06:34:34 pm by RogueBeaver »

Alabama: Jeff Sessions
Alaska: Dan Sullivan
Arkansas: Tom Cotton

Colorado: Cory Gardner

Delaware: Chris Coons
Georgia: Jack Kingston
Hawaii: Charles Djou
Idaho: Mike Crapo
Illinois: ?
Iowa: Joni Ernst
Kansas: Pat Roberts
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell
Louisiana: Bill Cassidy
Maine: Susan Collins
Michigan: Terri Lynn Land
Minnesota: Mike McFadden
Mississippi runoff: Chris McDaniel
Montana: Steve Daines
Nebraska: Ben Sasse
New Hampshire: ?

New Jersey: Cory Booker
New Mexico: Allen Weh
North Carolina: Thom Tillis
Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe
Oklahoma-S: T.W. Shannon
South Carolina-I: Tim Scott
South Carolina-II: Lindsey Graham
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander
Texas: John Cornyn

Virginia: Ed Gillespie
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito
Wyoming: Mike Enzi


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« Reply #9 on: December 27, 2013, 06:15:06 pm »

Alabama: Abstain
Alaska: Mark Begich (D), unhappily
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R) - I refuse to endorse Pryor
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii (S): Brian Schatz (D), enthusiastically

Idaho: A potato (I)
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D)
Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), enthusiastically

Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R) - I refuse to endorse Landrieu
Maine: Shenna Bellows (D)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D), enthusiastically
Michigan: Gary Peters (D), enthusiastically
Minnesota: Al Franken (DFL), enthusiastically
Mississippi: Ronnie Musgrove (D)
Montana: John Walsh (D), enthusiastically
Nebraska: Chris Beutler (D)
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: Matt Silverstein (D)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D)
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D), enthusiastically
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)
South Dakota: Rick Weiland (D)
Tennessee: Joe Brown (D)
Texas: David Alameel (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D), unhappily
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal (D)


I won't post them, but I also "enthusiastically" endorse the Tea Partiers in the Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina (G), South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wyoming primaries!




Why do you support Tom Cotton and Cassidy?
I might change the endorsements to Green candidates in both states if there are any who decide to run, but I just can't see myself endorsing these two Senate Democrats. It's based on a number of issues including the controversial background check vote and not invoking support for same-sex marriage (Pryor) and attacks on the ACA (Pryor & Landrieu). I would rather have Pryor kicked out than Landrieu, but Landrieu I still see as a traitor for someone who actually did vote for the bill back in 2010, yet proposed a horrible bill that would allow people to stay on their current plans which goes completely against what the law stands for. She also supports the Patriot Act.

That doesn't mean Cotton and Cassidy are great candidates though or even close to that. They're horrendous, but endorsing them is the best way to join the cause of unseating Mark Pryor.
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« Reply #10 on: December 27, 2013, 06:38:50 pm »

Texas: Dwayne Stovall
South Carolina: Anyone but Graham
Hawaii: Brian Schatz
Colorado: Mark Udall
Mississippi: Chad McDaniel

The others are either undecided, don't know enough about yet, or don't like any candidate.
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« Reply #11 on: December 27, 2013, 07:00:36 pm »
« Edited: December 27, 2013, 08:51:18 pm by IDS Legislator SJoyce »

Alabama: Sir Charles Barkley (I) (no idea, really)
Alaska: Sen. Mark Begich (D)
Arkansas: Rep. Tom Cotton (R) (Sorry, Pryor's pretty damn useless)
Colorado: Sen. Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Sen. Chris Coons (D), but I like Kovach too.
Georgia: Ms. Michelle Nunn (D)
Hawaii: Sen. Brian Schatz (D)
Idaho: Mr. Bryan Harsin (I) (no idea, really)
Illinois: Sen. Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Rep. Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Fmr. Gov. Mark Parkinson (D) (or whoever)
Kentucky: Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (D)
Louisiana: Sen. Mary Landrieu (D)
Maine: Rep. Chellie Pingree (D) (or whoever)
Massachusetts: I like Gomez or Weld, but if someone like Ablow gets the nod I'll support Markey.
Michigan: Since Amash and Granholm have declined, Rep. Gary Peters (D).
Minnesota: Sen. Al Franken (D)
Mississippi: Attorney General Jim Hood (D) or whoever the Dems run.
Montana: Lt. Gov. John Walsh (D), but I like Bohlinger as well.
Nebraska: Mayor Chris Beutler (D) is the best possibility.
New Hampshire: Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno (R) if Holt and Pallone don't run.
New Mexico: Sen. Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Sen. Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: Mr. Blake Bell (I) (no idea)
Oregon: Sen. Jeff Merkley (D)
Rhode Island: Sen. Jack Reed (D)
South Carolina (G): Mr. Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Mr. Stephen Colbert (D) (or whoever)
South Dakota: Fmr. Sen. Larry Pressler (I)
Tennessee: Sen. Lamar Alexander (R)
Texas: Ms. Maxey Scherr (D)
Virginia: Sen. Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Secretary of State Natalie Tennant (D)
Wyoming: Mr. Gary Trauner (D) (or whoever D)
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« Reply #12 on: December 27, 2013, 07:05:12 pm »

All Democrat except for South Dakota, where Pressler gets my endorsement.

In races without a Democrat yet, my endorsement will be withheld.
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« Reply #13 on: December 27, 2013, 07:05:23 pm »

Alabama N/A
Alaska- Mark Begich
Arkansas- Mark Pryor (Best of bad lot)
Colorado- Mark Udall
Delaware- Chris Coons
Georgia- Michelle Nunn
Hawaii- Brian Schatz
Idaho- N/A
Illinois- Dick Durbin
Iowa- Bruce Braley
Kansas- Milton Wolf
Kentucky- Alison Lundergan Grimes
Louisiana- Mary Landrieu (see Pryor)
Maine-Susan Collins (I like Bellows, but she doesn't have a prayer)
Michigan- Gary Peters
Minnesota- Al Franken
Mississippi- Since no Democrat is currently running Chris McDaniel
Montana- Steve Daines ( I like John Walsh and all, but he's in very deep trouble against Daines)
Nebraska N/A
New Hampshire- Jeanne Shaheen
New Jersey- Cory Booker
North Carolina- Kay Hagan
Oklahoma N/A
Oregon- Jeff Merkely
Rhode Island- Jack Reed
South Carolina- Jay Stamper
South Carolina- Tim Scott
South Dakota- Larry Pressler
Tennesee N/A
Texas- Steve Stockman (GOP primary) N/A (general)
Virginia- Mark Warner
West Virginia- Natalie Tennant
Wyoming- Liz Cheney
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« Reply #14 on: December 27, 2013, 07:37:04 pm »

Why do you support Tom Cotton and Cassidy?
I might change the endorsements to Green candidates in both states if there are any who decide to run, but I just can't see myself endorsing these two Senate Democrats. It's based on a number of issues including the controversial background check vote and not invoking support for same-sex marriage (Pryor) and attacks on the ACA (Pryor & Landrieu). I would rather have Pryor kicked out than Landrieu, but Landrieu I still see as a traitor for someone who actually did vote for the bill back in 2010, yet proposed a horrible bill that would allow people to stay on their current plans which goes completely against what the law stands for. She also supports the Patriot Act.

That doesn't mean Cotton and Cassidy are great candidates though or even close to that. They're horrendous, but endorsing them is the best way to join the cause of unseating Mark Pryor.

So, basically this.
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« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2013, 08:46:23 pm »

Alabama: ?
Alaska: Mark Begich (D)
Arkansas: Mark Pryor (D)
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii: Colleen Hanabusa (D), enthusiastically

Idaho: ?
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D)
Kentucky: ALG (D)
Louisiana: Mary Landrieu (D), enthusiastically
Maine: Susan Collins (R)
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D)
Michigan: Gary Peters (D)
Minnesota: Al Franken (D), enthusiastically
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R)
Montana: John Walsh (D)
Nebraska: ?
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D)
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D), enthusiastically
Oklahoma: Matt Silverstein (D)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D),
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D)
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)

South Dakota: Larry Pressler (I)
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R)
Texas: Maxey Scherr (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D)

Wyoming:?
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« Reply #16 on: December 27, 2013, 09:41:15 pm »

Alabama: N/A
Alaska: Mark Begich (D)
Arkansas: Mark Pryor (D), not enthusiastically
Colorado: Mark Udall (D)
Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Michelle Nunn (D), enthusiastically
Hawaii: Colleen Hanabusa (D)

Idaho: N/A
Illinois: Dick Durbin (D)
Iowa: Bruce Braley (D)
Kansas: Chad Taylor (D)
Kentucky: Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), enthusiastically
Louisiana: Mary Landrieu (D), enthusiastically
Maine: Susan Collins (R), enthusiastically
Massachusetts: Ed Markey (D)
Michigan: Gary Peters (D)
Minnesota: Al Franken (D)
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R)
Montana: John Walsh (D)
Nebraska: N/A
New Hampshire: Jeanne Shaheen (D)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D), enthusiastically
New Mexico: Tom Udall (D)
North Carolina: Kay Hagan (D), enthusiastically
Oklahoma: Matt Silverstein (D)
Oregon: Jeff Merkley (D),
Rhode Island: Jack Reed (D)
South Carolina (G): Jay Stamper (D)
South Carolina (S): Rick Wade (D)

South Dakota: Larry Pressler (I), enthusiastically
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R)
Texas: Maxey Scherr (her campaign to get Texas off Cruz control is a little stupid, seeing as she's challenging Cornyn) (D)
Virginia: Mark Warner (D), enthusiastically
West Virginia: Natalie Tennant (D)

Wyoming:?
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« Reply #17 on: December 27, 2013, 10:16:18 pm »
« Edited: December 29, 2013, 08:06:19 pm by Accidental IDS Legislator Sanchez »

Alabama: DW Perry (L) (Atlas's favorite son. Sessions is a joke, but Perry is a "statesman")
Alaska: Former Judge Joe Miller (R)
Arkansas: Rep. Tom Cotton (R)
Colorado: State Sen.Owen Hill (R)
Delaware: County Councilman Tom Kovach (R)
Georgia: Former Sec. of State Karen Handel (R)
Hawaii: Sen. Brian Schatz (D)
Idaho: No decent candidates, would write in Raul Labrador.
Illinois: State Sen. Jim Oberweis (R)
Iowa: Iowa GOP Chairman AJ Spiker (R) (He is not running as of today, but I hope they draft him at the state convention)
Kansas: Doctor Milton Wolf (R) (He is Obama's cousin)
Kentucky: Sec. of State Alison Lundergan Grimes (D) or Businessman Matt Bevin (R) (I like both of them)
Louisiana: Sen. Mary Landrieu (D)
Maine: Activist Mark Willis (R) (Willis was a Ron Paul delegate that the RNC refused to seat)
Massachusetts: Former Governor Bill Weld (R)
Michigan: Former Sec. of State Terri Lynn Land (R)
Minnesota: Businessman Mike McFadden (R)
Mississippi: State Rep. Chris McDaniel (R)
Montana: Pastor Chuck Baldwin (R)
Nebraska: State Treasurer Shane Osborne (R)
New Hampshire: Former Sen. Scott Brown (R)
New Jersey: Businessman Woody Johnson (R)
New Mexico: Mayor Richard Berry (R)
North Carolina: Sen. Kay Hagan (D)
Oklahoma: Write in RJ Harris
Oregon: State Rep. Jason Conger (R)
Rhode Island: Write-in Lincoln Chafee
South Carolina (G): State Sen. Lee Bright (R)
South Carolina (S): Sen. Tim Scott (R)
South Dakota: Fmr. Sen. Larry Pressler (I)
Tennessee: Sen. Lamar Alexander (R)
Texas: Sen. John Cornyn (R)
Virginia: Sen. Mark Warner (D)
West Virginia: State Rep. Pat McGeehan (R)
Wyoming: Sen. Mike Enzi (R)
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« Reply #18 on: December 28, 2013, 04:44:02 am »
« Edited: February 17, 2014, 06:20:07 pm by Rep. Deus »

20 Republican
7 Libertarian
1 independent

Alabama: pending
Alaska: Mr. Joe Miller
Arkansas: Mr. Nathan LaFrance
Colorado: State Sen. Owen Hill
Delaware: pending
Georgia: Rep. Paul Broun
Hawaii (S): fmr. State Rep. Campbell Cavasso
Idaho: Sen. Jim Risch
Illinois: Mrs. Sharon Hansen
Iowa: Mr. Chuck Aldrich
Kansas: Dr. Milton Wolf
Kentucky: Mr. Matt Bevin
Louisiana: Mr. Brannon McMorris
Maine: pending
Massachusetts: pending
Michigan: Mr. Jim Fulner
Minnesota: Mrs. Hannah Nicollet
Mississippi: State Sen. Chris McDaniel
Montana: pending
Nebraska: fmr. State Treasurer Shane Osborn
New Hampshire: fmr. Sen. Robert Smith
New Jersey: Mr. Murray Sabrin
New Mexico: Assistant District Atty. David Clements
North Carolina: Dr. Greg Brannon
Oklahoma (G): pending
Oklahoma (S): Mr. Kevin Crow
Oregon: Mrs. Jo Rae Perkins
Rhode Island: pending
South Carolina (G): State Sen. Lee Bright
South Carolina (S): Sen. Tim Scott
South Dakota: State Rep. Stace Nelson
Tennessee: Mrs. Brenda Lenard
Texas: Mr. Jon Roland
Virginia: Mr. Robert Sarvis
West Virginia: pending
Wyoming: Mr. Thomas Bleming
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« Reply #19 on: December 28, 2013, 08:31:54 am »

Much too early for too many races for me. However I do want to keep this thread alive by the time the primaries start rolling.
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« Reply #20 on: December 29, 2013, 01:00:04 pm »

Enthusiastically support

John Walsh
Cory Booker
Lundergren Grimes
Michelle Nunn
Markey
Gary Peters
Bruce Braley
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« Reply #21 on: December 29, 2013, 03:55:16 pm »

I don't understand why Democrats are cheering for Tea Party candidates in safe GOP states - that will only add to the partisanship in Congress. I guess it comes down to whether "the good of the country" is more important than "the good of the party".

Alabama: Jeff Sessions (R)
Alaska: Dan Sullivan (R)
Arkansas: Tom Cotton (R)
Colorado: Owen Hill (R)

Delaware: Chris Coons (D)
Georgia: Karen Handel (R)
Hawaii: Colleen Hanabusa
Idaho: Mike Crapo (R)
Illinois: Jim Oberweis (R)
Iowa: Joni Ernst (R)
Kansas: Pat Roberts (R)
Kentucky: Mitch McConnell (R)
Louisiana: Bill Cassidy (R)
Maine: Susan Collins (R)
Michigan: Terri Lynn Land (R)
Minnesota: Jim Abeler (R)
Mississippi: Thad Cochran (R)
Montana: Steve Daines (R)
Nebraska: Shane Osborn (R)
New Hampshire: Bob Smith (R)

New Jersey: Undecided
New Mexico: Undecided
North Carolina: Undecided
Oklahoma: Jim Inhofe (R)
South Carolina-I: Tim Scott (R)
South Carolina-II: Lindsay Graham (R)
Tennessee: Lamar Alexander (R)
Texas: John Cornyn (R)
Virginia: Ken Cuccinelli (R)
West Virginia: Shelley Moore Capito (R)
Wyoming: Mike Enzi (R)
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« Reply #22 on: December 29, 2013, 04:44:43 pm »

I don't understand why Democrats are cheering for Tea Party candidates in safe GOP states - that will only add to the partisanship in Congress. I guess it comes down to whether "the good of the country" is more important than "the good of the party".

Because just like in Florida in 2000 and in NH they play spoilers.  3rd party or splinter candidates can help major parties win. Bevin in KY and Pressler can cost the GOP the Senate.
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« Reply #23 on: December 29, 2013, 04:53:05 pm »

I don't understand why Democrats are cheering for Tea Party candidates in safe GOP states - that will only add to the partisanship in Congress.

Several reasons: having a Tea Party candidate like McDaniel in Mississippi can change a safe GOP state into a not-quite-so-safe state, forcing national groups to spend money there at the very minimum, and occasionally letting the Dems win states they're not supposed to win (Indiana), but at a minimum having a Tea Party candidate gives them a national stage and can shift the national mood into a more anti-GOP direction (Akin).
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« Reply #24 on: December 29, 2013, 09:06:58 pm »

Alabama: DW Perry (L) (Atlas's favorite son. Sessions is a joke, but Perry is a "statesman")

DW Perry's always been in NH.
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