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tmthforu94
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« on: October 31, 2014, 05:05:36 pm »

Paul Davis will likely be the next Governor of Kansas. Still a bit of hope for Brownback, but it is looking bleak.
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tmthforu94
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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2014, 05:51:33 pm »

In the end it looks like the D label doesn't hurt that much even in Kansas. Davis is looking to outperform Harry Reid's minion Greg Orman "(I)".

I doubt Harry Reid has ever had any contact with Orman.
I'm sure he has received a "thank you" note at least, considering Orman has donated thousands to Reid's campaign as well as other Democrats to help ensure a Democratic Senate majority.
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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2014, 05:59:52 pm »

In the end it looks like the D label doesn't hurt that much even in Kansas. Davis is looking to outperform Harry Reid's minion Greg Orman "(I)".

I doubt Harry Reid has ever had any contact with Orman.
I'm sure he has received a "thank you" note at least, considering Orman has donated thousands to Reid's campaign as well as other Democrats to help ensure a Democratic Senate majority.

Yeah, Scott Brown and Todd Akin were surely trying to ensure a Democratic Senate majority.
Well, some would argue that Akin did...and as for Brown, he campaigned a moderate who was trying to keep the Democrats from having a filibuster-proof majority, which falls into Orman's "moderate" image.
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« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2014, 06:04:00 pm »

In the end it looks like the D label doesn't hurt that much even in Kansas. Davis is looking to outperform Harry Reid's minion Greg Orman "(I)".

I doubt Harry Reid has ever had any contact with Orman.
I'm sure he has received a "thank you" note at least, considering Orman has donated thousands to Reid's campaign as well as other Democrats to help ensure a Democratic Senate majority.

Yeah, Scott Brown and Todd Akin were surely trying to ensure a Democratic Senate majority.
Well, some would argue that Akin did...and as for Brown, he campaigned a moderate who was trying to keep the Democrats from having a filibuster-proof majority, which falls into Orman's "moderate" image.

Yes, exactly. He's a moderate independent. If he was actually a "secret Democrat agent", why in the world would he donate to someone trying to break the Democrats' filibuster proof majority?
They weren't running his campaign then.
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