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Re: 2014 Election Predictions?
« Reply #15 on: July 19, 2014, 08:53:08 PM »
If I lived in KY I'd vote for the Libertarian in the race.
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Re: 2014 Election Predictions?
« Reply #16 on: July 19, 2014, 08:55:06 PM »
I'm feeling kinda conflicted. On one hand, if McConnell loses, we could get a Senator Majority Leader John Cornyn (TX) or John Thune (SD), instead of an idiot like McConnell who hates the Tea Party and lets Obo shove his agenda down our throats. On the other hand, Grimes is a Liberal.
Don't assume the RINO will have the power after Nov to pick and choose leaders..
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Re: 2014 Election Predictions?
« Reply #17 on: July 19, 2014, 08:59:00 PM »
Don't assume the RINO will have the power after Nov to pick and choose leaders..

I really hope not.

Still *fingercrossing for Majority Leader Cruz!  :thumbsup:
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Re: 2014 Election Predictions?
« Reply #18 on: July 19, 2014, 09:02:24 PM »
I really hope not.

Still *fingercrossing for Majority Leader Cruz!  :thumbsup:
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You mean President Cruz. :thumbup:
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Re: 2014 Election Predictions?
« Reply #19 on: July 20, 2014, 04:30:17 AM »
Senate: (in some races, 1 or 2 percent go to minor candidates)

SD: Rounds beats Pressler and Weiland 50-30-20 (R+1)
MT: Daines beats Walsh 58-40 (R+2)
NC: Tillis beats Hagan 55-45 (R+3)
AR: Cotton beats Pryor 56-42 (R+4)
LA: Cassidy beats Landrieu 57-43 (R+5)
AK: Sullivan beats Begich 53-47 (R+6)
WV: Capito beats Tennant 58-42 (R+7)
CO: Gardner beats Udall 55-42 (R+8)
IA: Ernst beats Braley 54-44 (R+9)

Also, call me crazy, but I think we have a really good chance at an upset in Minnesota with Mike McFadden. He's a successful businessman, is raising money like crazy, and has a lot of appeal to voters, especially over a piece of garbage like Al Franken.

Governor:

We pick up Illinois, Arkansas, and Connecticut at the very least, though thanks to Dumbocrats failing at recruiting in Hawaii and Taxachusetts, we have good shots at those. Literally the only pickup oppurtunity for the Democra Party was Florida, but Crist (party-switcher) is trailing in the polls, and, while it will be close, he's probably and thankfully going to lose.

House:

We pick up around 10 or so seats. Matheson's, Barrow's, Owens', and McIntyre's seats are in the bag. We're also have the advantage in Patrick Murphy's, Sinema's, Barbers, Kirkpatrick's, Bishop's, and Peters' seats. Plenty of other competitive seats like Ruiz's and Maffei's seat are looking good for us.

What are your predictions?

I like your attitude!  :thumbup:
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