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TJ in Oregon
TJ in Cleve
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« on: May 29, 2016, 12:37:55 pm »

Wisconsin up 12 D -- Wisconsin must be very close to a Republican win if not a state voting R if the Republican nominee is to win the Presidency.

Wisconsin, 56-44 D? 2008 redux. That means that Florida and Ohio are both going for the Democrat.

Ohio and Wisconsin are two completely different environments this year. Their Republican Parties have different bases, socioeconomic demographics, expectations for governance, etc. Anecdotally, almost every Republican I know in Ohio is voting for Trump while most of the Republicans I know in Wisconsin won't.

Anyway, I suspect the undecideds really are that high in Wisconsin right now, though they aren't so much undecided and determined not to vote for either candidate.
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TJ in Oregon
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2016, 12:39:33 pm »

B-b-but Trump could turn the rust belt blue!!!!!
Because Trump did so well in RINO-loving Wisconsin in the primaries.

Because Scott Walker and Ted Cruz are RINOs and conservatism means who can lie the angriest. Roll Eyes
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TJ in Oregon
TJ in Cleve
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« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2016, 09:45:23 am »

What the heck? I'm so confused. Atlas told me that the cheeseheads up there hated that b**** Hitlery Clinton.

We do. We just hate Trump more. If either party had nominated someone else they'd be up a ton.
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