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AndyHogan14
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« on: October 17, 2016, 04:12:03 pm »

I absolutely LOVE that Prop 56 looks like it is going to pass especially when you consider the amount of money pouring into the state from Philip Morris and their ilk.

I feel Hillary will be above 60% once we vote, but I would love to get above 65%...we've only hit that mark twice: Harding in 1920 (66.2%) and FDR in 1936 (66.95%).
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« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2016, 04:45:29 pm »

She would need a surge of Hispanics - which isn't out of the question but would be difficult. I want to see Issa defeated on election night for sure.

I live in the 45th district, but I'm less than a mile away from the district line with the 49th and it absolutely kills me that I cannot vote against Issa. I have definitely been urging everyone I know over there to vote for Applegate...I'm hoping for the best in that district, but knowing the area, I am not all too confident.
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