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Thursday, November 10, 2016

"Well, I appreciate you reaching out to us, Madam Secretary." Al Franken sat in his study, allowing Hillary Clinton to vent. Just 48 hours ago he thought she would be President-elect. The junior Senator from Minnesota and the former Secretary of State were close friends, and he was strongly considered to be her running mate. Over the hour and a half they had spoken, he'd made her laugh "for the first time since that night."

"I'm glad you're all doing well, Senator. I really am. And Al, I have a personal favor to ask."

"Name it, Hillary."

"Run. In four years. You'd win, and beat the sh!t out of that orange buffoon."

Al was taken aback. He'd never considered he'd run for Senate, let alone President. Now, a person whom he respected almost more than anybody else was telling him that he should do it.

"I...well, I don't know..." Al was rarely speechless, but he was right now.

"You don't have to announce tomorrow. But very strongly consider it. Please?"

"Alright, Madam Secretary. I'll think about it, talk it over with Franny and the kids..."
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You should put "From the Creator of Camelot Anew" before coming soon in the first post.

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BLUE WAVE: DEMOCRATS RETAKE BOTH CHAMBERS, MAJORITY OF GOVERNORSHIPS, MANY STATE LEGISLATURES

It's been coming since December of last year, when Democrat Doug Jones defeated Roy Moore in the Alabama special election, one of the biggest upsets in political history. Now, the Democrats have held all their seats and gained a handful more in the senate, and have won control of the House of Representatives too. "This is better than 2008," said a beaming DNC Chair Tom Perez before going out on stage to declare a victory in "the battle against this corrupt administration."

Senate results:

Arizona:
Kyrsten Sinema won in a landslide, defeating Kelli Ward, a gain for the Democrats.

California:
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti held the seat for the Democrats, vacant after the retirement of Dianne Feinstein. Garcetti defeated left-wing independent Michael Eisen 54-46.

Connecticut:
Incumbent Democrat Chris Murphy faced no real opposition, and won reelection with 80% of the vote.

Delaware:
Incumbent Democrat Tom Carper faced no real opposition, and won reelection with 90% of the vote.

Florida:
Incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson wins, easily dispatching GOP challenger Rick Scott.

Hawaii:
Incumbent Democrat Mazie Hirono won reelection with 95% of the vote.

Indiana:
Incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly narrowly wins reelection over Todd Rokita.

Maine:
Incumbent Independent Angus King easily wins reelection, with 70% of the vote.

Maryland:
Incumbent Democrat Ben Cardin easily won reelection with 75% of the vote.

Massachusetts:
Incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Warren easily wins reelection, dispatching former baseball star Curt Schilling 59-41.

Michigan:
Incumbent Democrat Debbie Stabenow wins reelection over Robert P. Young, 63-36.

Minnesota:
Incumbent Democrat Amy Klobuchar easily wins reelection, 65-35 over Jim Newburger.

Mississippi:
Incumbent Republican Roger Wicker easily wins reelection, with 65% of the vote.

Missouri:
In a race that started out narrow, incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill has overwhelmingly won reelection over Josh Hawley, 59-40.

Montana:
Another race that started out extremely close, but unlike Missouri it saltayed that way: Jon Tester, the incumbent Democrat wins reelection 51-49 over Albert Olszewski.

Nebraska:
Incumbent Republican Deb Fischer wins reelection overwhelmingly.

Nevada:
Jacky Rosen, the Democratic candidate, wins overwhelmingly over incumbent Republican Dean Heller.

New Jersey
Democrat Frank Pallone holds this seat overwhelmingly.

New Mexico:
Incumbent Democrat Martin Heinrich wins reelection over Lieutenant Governor John Sanchez 57-42.

New York:
Incumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand wins reelection with over 80% of the vote.

North Dakota:
Incumbent Democrat Heidi Heitkamp holds on, winning 53-47 over State Senator Tom Campbell.

Ohio:
Incumbent Democrat Sherrod Brown wins reelection, 55-42 over Josh Mandel.

Tennessee:
Republican Governor Bill Haslam holds this seat for the GOP, 58-42 over Democrat Andy Berke.

Texas
In one of the real shockers of the night, Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke has won, defeating Republican incumbent Ted Cruz, 50.2-49.8. Cruz had low favorability ratings among conservatives, and already depressed GOP turnout results in the first statewide Democratic win in Texas in nearly 30 years.

Utah:
Republican Mitt Romney has won overwhelmingly, holding the seat for the GOP.

Vermont:
Incumbent Independent Bernie Sanders has won reelection overwhelmingly.

Virginia:
Incumbent Democrat Tim Kaine has won reelection, 62-38 over Republican Corey Stewart.

Washington:
Incumbent Democrat Maria Cantwell has won reelection, 68-30.

West Virginia:
Incumbent Democrat Joe Manchin has won reelection, 55-42 over Republican Evan Jenkins.

Wisconsin:
Incumbent Democrat Tammy Baldwin has won reelection, 58-40 over Rebecca Kleefisch.

Wyoming:
Incumbent Republican John Barrasso has won reelection with over 80% of the vote.
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Between the premise and those midterm results, I think I just shat a brick straight into Narnia.
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Between the premise and those midterm results, I think I just shat a brick straight into Narnia.
This is just a little Franken wank. A Wanken, if you will.
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This is just a little Franken wank. A Wanken, if you will.

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Between the premise and those midterm results, I think I just shat a brick straight into Narnia.

This is just a little Franken wank. A Wanken, if you will.

Thus the poor, unsuspecting brick I shat. Expect me to follow this one almost as eagerly as I follow Camelot Anew.

EDIT: Incidentally, would you mind if I inquired as to the results of some key House races? I'm interested in how McGrath, Ojeda, and Bryce did in their respective bids.
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TX-SEN: Beto O'Rourke (D)
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Between the premise and those midterm results, I think I just shat a brick straight into Narnia.

This is just a little Franken wank. A Wanken, if you will.

Thus the poor, unsuspecting brick I shat. Expect me to follow this one almost as eagerly as I follow Camelot Anew.

EDIT: Incidentally, would you mind if I inquired as to the results of some key House races? I'm interested in how McGrath, Ojeda, and Bryce did in their respective bids.
Yeah, I'm getting posts on the governorships and House set up now. Should be up tonight.
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2018 results continued, governorships:

Alabama:
Republican Kay Ivey has been elected to a full term.

Alaska:
Independent Bill Walker has been reelected.

Arizona:
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton has won, defeating incumbent Republican Doug Ducey 55-44.

Arkansas:
Incumbent Republican Asa Hutchinson has been reelected overwhelmingly.

California:
Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom has defeated former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, 62-38 in a Democrat vs. Democrat race.

Colorado:
Congressman Jared Polis has won and become the first openly gay person elected Governor of a US State, defeating Republican George Brauchler 54-44.

Connecticut:
Democrat Dan Drew has won, defeating Republican Prasad Srinivasan 52-48.

Florida:
Former Congressowman Gwen Graham, a Democrat, has defeated Republican nominee Adam Putnam in a close race, 51-49.

Georgia:
In one of the narrowest races in the country, Democrat Stacey Abrams has won, defeating Republican Casey Cagle 50.1-49.8, a margin of around 2,000 votes. Abrams has become the first female and first African-American governor of Georgia, and the first female African-American governor elected nationwide.

Hawaii:
Democratic Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa has been elected Governor overwhelmingly.

Idaho:
Republican congressman Raul Labrador has won overwhelmingly.

Illinois:
Democrat Daniel Biss has won, defeated Republican incumbent Bruce Rauner 52-47.

Iowa:
Democratic State Senator Nate Boulton has won, dispatching incumbent Governor Kim Reynolds 51-49.

Kansas:
Democrat Josh Svaty has won, defeating Republican Kris Kobach. Kobach was linked to the unpopular Brownback administration.

Maine:
Democrat Betsy Sweet has won, defeating Republican Mary Mayhew and Independent Terry Hayes, 38-33-29.

Maryland:
Democrat Krishanti Vignarajah has surprisingly won, dispatching Republican incumbent Larry Hogan by the surprisingly comfortable margin 55-45. She will become the first female governor of Maryland, and first non-white Governor of Maryland.

Massachusetts:
Democrat Setti Warren has won, narrowly defeating incumbent Republican Charlie Baker. Baker was popular, but low GOP turnout coupled with the anti-Republican consensus contributed to his narrow, 49-48 defeat.

Minnesota:
Democratic Congressman Tim Walz has won, defeating Repubican County Commissioner Jeff Johnson 56-44.

Nebraska:
State Seantor Bob Krist has won, defeating Republican incumbent Pete Ricketts. Krist, a moderate former Republican, won with the tacit endorsement of the state Democratic Party.

Nevada:
Democratic Secretary of State Ross Miller has won election in a landslide, defeating Republican Jared Fisher as the state of Nevada continues to trend toward the Democrats.

New Hampshire:
Executive Counselor Andy Volinsky has landslided the incumbent, Republican Chris Sununu, 65-34.

New Mexico:
Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham has won, defeating Republican Congressman Steve Pearce.

New York:
Democrat Preet Bharara has won overwhelmingly. Bharara defeated incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo in the primary.

Ohio:
Democrat Connie Pillich has won, narrowly dispatching Republican Mike DeWine 51-49.

Oklahoma:
Democrat Scott Inman has won, in a narrow race against Republican Gary Richardson.

Oregon:
Incumbent Democrat Kate Brown has won overwhelmingly.

Pennsylvania:
Incumbent Democrat Tom Wolf has won, dispatching Republican Scott Wagner 53-47.

Rhode Island:
Former Governor Lincoln Chafee, a Democrat, has won 58-42 over Republican Alan Fung.

South Carolina:
Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch has won, narrowly defeating Republican Yancey McGill 51-49.

South Dakota:
Democrat Billie Sutton has narrowly won, defeating Republican Congresswoman Kristi Noem 49.8-49.1.

Tennessee:
Democrat Karl Dean has won, dispatching Republican Congresswoman Diane Black 52-48.

Texas:
Republican incumbent Greg Abbott has won reelection overwhelmingly.

Vermont:
Republican incumbent Phil Scott has won, in a surprisingly close race against 13-year-old Democrat Ethan Sonneborn.

Wisconsin:
Democrat Kathleen Vinehout has won, dispatching incumbent Republican Scott Walker 52-48.

Wyoming:
Republican Jillian Barlow has won overwhelmingly.
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House of Representatives results. Bold indicates a gain, italics indicate a change of rep but not party (deep breath):

Alabama-01: Bradley Byrne
Alabama-02: Martha Roby
Alabama-03: Mike Rogers
Alabama-04: Robert Aderholt
Alabama-05: Mo Brooks
Alabama-06: Gary Palmer
Alabama-07: Terri Sewell

Alaska-AL: Don Young

Arizona-01: Tom O'Halleran
Arizona-02: Ann Kirkpatrick (D+1)
Arizona-03: Raul Grijalva
Arizona-04: Paul Gosar
Arizona-05: Andy Biggs
Arizona-06: Garrick McFadden (D+2)
Arizona-07: Ruben Gallego
Arizona-08: Trent Franks
Arizona-09: Talia Fuentes

Arkansas-01: Rick Crawford
Arkansas-02: Gwendolynn Combs (D+3)
Arkansas-03: Robb Ryerse
Arkansas-04: Bruce Westerman

California-01: Doug LaMalfa
California-02: Jared Huffman
California-03: John Garamendi
California-04: Roza Calderon (D+4)
California-05: Mike Thompson
California-06: Doris Matusi
California-07: Ami Bera
California-08: Paul Cook
California-09: Jerry McNerney
California-10: Dotty Nygard (D+5)
California-11: Mark DeSaulnier
California-12: Nancy Pelosi (Speaker-elect)
California-13: Barbara Lee
California-14: Jackie Speier
California-15: Eric Swalwell
California-16: Jim Costa
California-17: Ro Khanna
California-18: Anna Eshoo
California-19: Zoe Lofgren
California-20: Jimmy Panetta
California-21: Emilio Huerta (D+6)
California-22: Andrew Janz (D+7)
California-23: Kevin McCarthy
California-24: Salud Carbajal
California-25: Jess Phoenix (D+8)
California-26: Julia Brownley
California-27: Judy Chu
California-28: Adam Schiff
California-29: Tony Cardenas
California-30: Brad Sherman
California-31: Pete Aguilar
California-32: Grace Napolitano
California-33: Ted Lieu
California-34: Jimmy Gomez
California-35: Norma Torres
California-36: Raul Ruiz
California-37: Karen Bass
California-38: Linda Sanchez
California-39: Gil Cisneros (D+9)
California-40: Lucille Roybal-Allard
California-41: Mark Takano
California-42: Ken Calvert
California-43: Maxine Waters
California-44: Nannette Barragan
California-45: Dave Min (D+10)
California-46: Lou Correa
California-47: Alan Lowenthal
California-48: Michael Kotick (D+11)
California-49: Doug Applegate (D+12)
California-50: Duncan Hunter
California-51: Juan Vargas
California-52: Scott Peters
California-53: Susan Davis

Colorado-01: Diana DeGette
Colorado-02: Joe Neguse
Colorado-03: Diane Mitsch Bush (D+13)
Colorado-04: Ken Buck
Colorado-05: Doug Lamborn
Colorado-06: Levi Tillemann (D+14)
Colorado-07: Ed Perlmutter

Connecticut-01: John Larson
Connecticut-02: Joe Courtney
Connecticut-03: Rosa DeLauro (Majority Leader-elect)
Connecticut-04: Jim Himes
Connecticut-05: Elizabeth Esty

Delaware-AL: Lisa Blunt Rochester
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Florida:
Former Congressowman Gwen Graham, a Democrat, has defeated Republican nominee Adam Putnam in a close race, 51-49.

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This timeline is catharsis personified.
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AZ-GOV: Steve Farley (D)
TN-SEN: Phil Bredesen (D)
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TX-SEN: Beto O'Rourke (D)
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Florida:
Former Congressowman Gwen Graham, a Democrat, has defeated Republican nominee Adam Putnam in a close race, 51-49.

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2018 is not a good year for the GOP.

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Florida-01: Matt Gaetz
Florida-02: Neal Dunn
Florida-03: Ted Yoho
Florida-04: John Rutherford
Florida-05: Al Lawson
Florida-06: Nancy Soderberg (D+15)
Florida-07: Stephanie Murphy
Florida-08: Bill Posey
Florida-09: Darren Soto
Florida-10: Val Demmings
Florida-11: Daniel Webster
Florida-12: Gus Bilirakis
Florida-13: Charlie Crist
Florida-14: Kathy Castor
Florida-15: Andrew Learned (D+16)
Florida-16: Calen Cristiani (D+17)
Florida-17: Tom Rooney
Florida-18: Pam Keith (D+18)
Florida-19: Francis Rooney
Florida-20: Alcee Hastings
Florida-21: Lois Frankel
Florida-22: Ted Deutch
Florida-23: Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Florida-24: Frederica Wilson
Florida-25: Raul L. Martinez (D+19)
Florida-26: Steven Machat (D+20)
Florida-27: Jose Javier Rodriguez (D+21)

Georgia-01: Buddy Carter
Georgia-02: Sanford Bishop
Georgia-03: Drew Ferguson
Georgia-04: Hank Johnson
Georgia-05: John Lewis
Georgia-06: Jon Ossoff (D+22)
Georgia-07: Carolyn Bourdeaux (D+23)
Georgia-08: Austin Scott
Georgia-09: Doug Collins
Georgia-10: Jody Hice
Georgia-11: Barry Loudermilk
Georgia-12: Rick Allen
Georgia-13: David Scott
Georgia-14: Tom Graves

Hawaii-01: Kaniela Ing
Hawaii-02: Tulsi Gabbard

Idaho-01: Russ Fulcher
Idaho-02: Mike Simpson

Illinois-01: Bobby Rush
Illinois-02: Robin Kelly
Illinois-03: Marie Newman
Illinois-04: Luis Gutierrez
Illinois-05: Mike Quigley
Illinois-06: Amanda Howland (D+24)
Illinois-07: Danny K. Davis
Illinois-08: Raja Krishnamoorthi
Illinois-09: Jan Schakowsky
Illinois-10: Brad Schneider
Illinois-11: Bill Foster
Illinois-12: Dean Pruitt (D+25)
Illinois-13: Benjamin Webb (D+26)
Illinois-14: Lauren Underwood (D+27)
Illinois-15: John Shimkus
Illinois-16: Neill Mohammad (D+28)
Illinois-17: Cheri Bustos
Illinois-18: Darin LaHood
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Indiana-01: Pete Visclosky
Indiana-02: Jackie Walorski
Indiana-03: Jim Banks
Indiana-04: Diego Morales
Indiana-05: Susan Brooks
Indiana-06: Jonathan M. Lamb
Indiana-07: Andre Carson
Indiana-08: Larry Buchson
Indiana-09: Trey Hollingsworth

Iowa-01: Abby Finkenauer (D+29)
Iowa-02: Dave Loebsack
Iowa-03: Pete D'Alessandro (D+30)
Iowa-04: Steve King

Kansas-01: Roger Marshall
Kansas-02: Caryn Tyson
Kansas-03: Andrea Ramsey (D+31)
Kansas-04: Ron Estes

Kentucky-01: James Comer
Kentucky-02: Brett Guthrie
Kentucky-03: John Yarmuth
Kentucky-04: Thomas Massie
Kentucky-05: Hal Rogers
Kentucky-06: Reggie Thomas (D+32)

Louisiana-01: Steve Scalise
Louisiana-02: Cedric Richmond
Louisiana-03: Clay Higgins
Louisiana-04: Mike Johnson
Louisiana-05: Ralph Abraham
Louisiana-06: Garrett Graves
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Florida:
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Florida-06: Nancy Soderberg (D+14)
Florida-15: Andrew Learned (D+15)
Florida-18: Pam Keith (D+17)
Florida-25: Raul L. Martinez (D+18)
Florida-26: Steven Machat (D+19)
Florida-27: Jose Javier Rodriguez (D+20)

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Senate 2018: Bill Nelson
FL-15 2018: Andrew Learned
FL-18 2018: Pam Keith
FL-25 2018: Alina Valdes
FL-26 2018: Ricky Junquera
FL-27 2018: Jose Javier Rodriguez or Mary Barzee Flores
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at the end of this, if you can, Id love to see a house map showing all the atlas red Cheesy
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Kentucky-06: Reggie Thomas (D+31)

Surprised you didn't go with Amy McGrath here. Still, I'll accept any timeline in which Andy Barr is gone.
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TN-SEN: Phil Bredesen (D)
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TX-SEN: Beto O'Rourke (D)
TX-GOV: Lupe Valdez (D)
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I actually have a map of what's gone down so far.

Pickup is obvious, hold is a party hold from an outgoing incumbent, and holdinc is a hold from an incumbent.
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« Reply #23 on: September 19, 2017, 03:41:08 pm »
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Peebs that's the wrong district in Kentucky to flip.
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« Reply #24 on: September 19, 2017, 03:43:56 pm »
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Peebs that's the wrong district in Kentucky to flip.
Mistook a 5 for a 6. Will fix.
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