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Author Topic: The Democrat Mid-Term Massacre of 2018 is Going To Be AMAZING!!!  (Read 2681 times)
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« Reply #100 on: May 23, 2018, 10:05:10 AM »

Look at dem Connor Lambs win in the special election for congress in SW Penn.
They get candidates that are a naturally better fit to run in various districts.

They have a deep, diverse slate of candidates running for everything from congress to dog catcher .
The dems are energized and have a lot of women running.

Most of these female dems are more authentic then Hillary and have a real passion for running.
Stacy Abrams just won the dem primary for Gov with 75% of the vote here in Ga.
She's  a black female with a Yale law degree and was a leader in the state legislature for years.

She'll a legit contender for GOV, but it won't be easy against an established , well liked, white republican in Ga.
We'll know how it falls in NOV.

Yes... like the Democrat candidate for Governor in Tx?  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #101 on: May 23, 2018, 01:36:28 PM »

Yes... like the Democrat candidate for Governor in Tx?  Roll Eyes

There is a good chance turnout for the Democrat Gubernatorial primary runoff will be less than 449k which would be the worst in 98 years. IN RAW NUMBERS. Like TOTAL people coming out to vote.

Texas population then - 4.7 million

Texas population now - 28.3 million.
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« Reply #102 on: May 23, 2018, 01:41:12 PM »

  In these four Texas counties, no one voted in the Democratic primary runoffs

Hall, King, Lynn and McMullen counties held Democratic runoff elections but no one voted. Each county only had one Democratic matchup on their ballots: the gubernatorial race between Lupe Valdez and Andrew White.

Voter turnout in Tuesday’s runoffs was abysmal. Fewer than 450,000 Texans cast ballots in the race, compared to 1 million that voted in the Democratic primary.

That trend was particularly clear in four small, rural counties – King, Lynn and Hall counties in Northwest Texas and McMullen County in South Texas – where not a single person voted in the Democratic runoffs. Each county had only one matchup on their May 22 ballots: the gubernatorial race between former Dallas County sheriff Lupe Valdez and Houston businessman Andrew White.


https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.texastribune.org/2018/05/23/texas-counties-no-votes-democratic-primary-runoffs/amp/
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« Reply #103 on: May 23, 2018, 05:20:30 PM »

Is this the "new playbook" that the Democrats will be running on?!


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« Reply #104 on: Today at 02:58:29 AM »

Is this the "new playbook" that the Democrats will be running on?!

Here's another sneak peak of the "new playbook" from Schumer yesterday - Howard, are you sure that you aren't a DNC strategist?:


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« Reply #105 on: Today at 04:15:43 AM »

Here's another sneak peak of the "new playbook" from Schumer yesterday - Howard, are you sure that you aren't a DNC strategist?:

Chuck and Nancy consulted me on a 3 way call last week.
We called it the DNC meeting of congress with voters , aka  young, groovy dudes and chicks.
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« Reply #106 on: Today at 04:39:07 AM »

Pollster to Dem Candidates: Focus on Mueller Indictments
realclearpolitics ^ | 05/24/2018 | Caitlin Huey-Burns
Posted on 5/24/2018, 8:21:32 AM by ChicagoConservative27

With the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference now in its second year, Democratic pollsters are offering the party a way to hone a persuasive counterargument to President Trump's revved up rhetoric against Robert Mueller: talk less about the 2016 election and more about indictments handed down thus far.

A new survey by Navigator Research, a group of top Democratic strategists and public opinion experts, finds that while 97 percent of Americans have heard about the Mueller probe, nearly 60 percent don't believe it has uncovered any crimes.

The ongoing investigation has so far resulted in two dozen indictments, including that of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, and a couple of campaign associates have pleaded guilty to lying to federal investigators. But the findings of the Navigator survey indicate that while most Americans say the investigation should continue, they don't think it has produced much so far.

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« Reply #107 on: Today at 06:38:05 AM »

Whites have fled the Democratic Party. Here’s how the nation got there.
Washington Post ^ | May 22, 2018 | Joshua N. Zingher
Posted on 5/24/2018, 10:16:26 AM

With the 2018 midterms months away and the 2020 presidential election cycle approaching rapidly, Democrats are considering how to improve their poor showings in 2014 and 2016. The party has been debating — sometimes heatedly — how to do this. Which voters should they target? How should Democrats target them?

But here’s what’s clear: White voters have been fleeing the Democratic Party, and that’s a big reason Democrats are looking to rebound from back-to-back losses.

Whites have slowly but consistently moved away from the Democratic Party. These recent losses are on top of Democrats’ losses among Southern whites during the 1960s and 1970s after Democrats’ support of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Bill Clinton won 49 percent of the white two-party vote in 1996. Al Gore won 43 percent in 2000. John F. Kerry won 41 percent in 2004. Barack Obama won a slightly larger share in 2008, but then dropped to only 39 percent in his 2012 reelection bid. Hillary Clinton got the same percentage as Obama.

Obama was able to mask the Democratic Party’s weakness among whites by prompting record-high turnout among African Americans, as well as strong turnout from other Democratic-leaning minority groups. Hillary Clinton was unable to generate the same level of enthusiasm from racial and ethnic minorities.

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