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The Undefeatable Debbie Stabenow
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« on: October 27, 2018, 03:55:08 pm »

2 polls in a row where Schuette is within the MOI

Let me be blunt here: neither James nor Schuette are going to win. Every single fundamental is working against them and every independent pollster has them ahead significantly. And no, “muh 2016” is not a good argument because Hillary Clinton was a terrible candidate running in a tepid environment for Democrats.
The democratic brand isn't much better now than 2016. You can't discount the big movement towards the GOP in the last 3 weeks. Polls could not be accurately measuring it.

Are you kidding me? Whitmer and Stabenow are the strongest possible candidates Michigan Dems have to offer. There was a clear contrast between Whitmer and Schuette in those debates and you’re an idiot if you think Schuette has anything on Whitmer.
Whitmer came across as a phony and I think the Granholm 2.0 thing is starting to resonate. People do not want their taxes raised. I think the poll numbers for her and Stabenow even the latest ones are still overinflated. I honestly think both races are within the MOE right now.

I can almost guarantee you that the Snyder brand is much more toxic than the Granholm brand (and rightfully so). I can't I understand why conservatives think that budget issues ten years ago are more present in the Michigan electorate's mind than the Flint water crisis and Snyder's terrible approvals.
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