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    Youngkin Leads By 3% in VA

    The momentum appears to clearly be with Glenn Youngkin in Virginia as we have a new poll from Echelon Insights that shows Glenn Youngkin ahead of Terry McAuliffe by 3% in a poll completed just yesterday.

    GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Echelon)
    Glenn Youngkin (R) 49%
    Terry McAuliffe (D) 46%

    This poll was done October 27-29 among 611 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 10:07 am
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    200 Responses to “Youngkin Leads By 3% in VA”

    1. mnw says:

      That poll is erroneously attributed to FOX, btw. FOX had Youngkin +8, not +3, but Dave must not have noticed the FOX poll, since it’s the only one he omitted completely.

    2. mnw says:

      My mistake. Dave did post the FOX poll previously. He also corrected the error I pointed out.

      Echelon is a Republican pollster, fwiw. Patrick Ruffini is one of the 2 founders.

    3. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      mnw
      The Echelon poll founders are “loud” Never Trumpers!

    4. mnw says:

      Sheep

      Did not know that. Thx. I’m surprised. I’d admired Ruffini for years.

    5. Robbie says:

      This was RONNA MCDANIEL on Tuesday: “The fact that we’re competitive and that we are gonna pick up seats, I think, in the House of Delegates says a lot about Virginia. And where we’re seeing those gains is in suburban Virginia, Richmond and Nova area, and that’s huge for our party. We need to start bringing those suburban voters back into our party.”

      Now obviously, she’s wrong. Jason fraud assured me late last year and earlier this year Republicans didn’t need to win back the suburbs. He’s the expert so Ronna McDaniel and Glenn Youngkin have clearly wasted their time.

    6. michael corleone says:

      Robbie I think you and Jason can both benefit from some nuance here. Was 2020 fraudulent? Absolutely. VBM is designed to evade integrity laws that exist at the polling place. Was it fraudulent enough to swing 44k votes over three states? Probably. Can fraud swing a decisive election-which VA is shaping up to be? Very unlikely. I think fraud can account for up to a 1% – 2% differential between candidates but it can’t hold back a decisive movement.

    7. Gordon Allen says:

      3 % seems to be the consistent number.
      Robbie as usual misleads. I believe Jason, like I, am in favor of more conservative votes wherever we can get them. He’s against,I believe, as I am, tailoring national campaigns primarily to gain there(suburban whites) at the expense of appealing more to working class whites, blacks and hispanics ,and asian voters.
      If Youngkin could get the percentage of blacks and hispanics in Virginia we get in Florida he’d win going away.

    8. mnw says:

      I don’t think, & never gave thought, that the GOP simultaneously making a major pitch for both suburban women & working class voters (of all races) would be especially difficult.

      Why are the 2 groups viewed as hostile, in terms of GOP campaign appeals?

      I’ve always thought that economic anxiety (& now concerns about public schools) would lure suburban women back to the GOP– at least substantially more of them than in 2020. Cut the DEM predominance by 10% among these voters, perhaps.

      For working class families (of all races), the SAME economic anxiety, i.e., inflation/stagflation, is rising as a major issue.

      I just don’t see any necessity for the GOP to emphasize one group more than the other.

    9. DW says:

      Re-posting from below….

      Here is your official Virginia Voting Fraud Estimator.

      In the 2017 Virginia election for Governor, there was 2,614, 282 ballots counted. This was an increase from the 2013 election by almost 374,000 votes. So for 2021, lets say there is an increase of just over 100,000 votes over 2017, and we will estimate 2021 will have 2,700,000 votes.

      The Libertarian will get 1%, roughly 27,000 wasted votes.

      The table below shows Youngkin’s possible margin of victory (among actual legal ballots), and how many actual votes that translates into:

      1 – 27,000 votes
      2 – 54,000 votes
      3 – 81,000 votes
      4 – 108, 000 votes
      5 – 135,000 votes

      If Youngkin’s true margin is only 1 point, say 50/49, then clearly McAwful will steal it, as 27,000 votes is very easy to manufacture.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 2 points, say, 50.5/48.5, then the Dems would have to manufacture 54,000 votes. A bit heavier of a lift, but well within what they would be willing to do.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 3 points, 51/48, then 81,000 votes would need to be manufactured. In this scenario, I would expect them to halt the counting of Fairfax, and then a few days would go by while they look at every possible angle to make sure that if they do it, they would be able to get away with it. If they think they can, they will go for it. If they don’t then they release their final numbers without the fraud, showing the 81,000 vote Youngkin victory.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 4 points, 51.4/47.5, then 108,000 votes would have to be manufactured, and that is probably a stretch even for these vermin in Northern VA.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 5 points, (52/47), or greater, then its probably safely outside the margin of fraud, a 135,000 vote advantage.

      So if the expectation is a 3-point (81,000 vote) advantage for Youngkin, its right on the razor’s edge, and the election could go either way.

      But the more I think about it, I am getting nervous about the 81,000 vote Youngkin lead not being enough. If the Dems wanted to throw in 100,000 McAwful votes in Northern VA, who would stop them? That’s the question they are asking themselves right now, and the answer is likely no one. So they might as well just do it.

    10. Phil says:

      Gaining votes of working class minorities is the key to cutting into the minority vote, Trying to out woke Democrats in the suburbs isn’t the answer…nor do I want to see any of this insane woke policy in Republican doctrine.

    11. Tina says:

      I heart the Lincoln Project.

      -jebot

    12. Tina says:

      Read this J6 protesters teeets.

      Vile and disgusting treatment.

      https://twitter.com/BradGeyer/status/1454151406588469248

    13. Tina says:

      F Joe Biden.

      Quote Tweet

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      · 3h
      IC member tells @HumanEvents that at least some members of the ISIS cell in Northern Virginia had been locked up in Bagram but were let out by the Taliban and made their way onto planes at the Kabul Airport

    14. mnw says:

      11 Phil

      Straw man there, baby.

      I didn’t say a damn THING about “out-woke.”

      I SAID the GOP can gain back a big portion of suburban women voters by playing to their (justified) anxieties about pocketbook issues & public schools. Look at VA right now.

      As for “working class minority” families, that subgroup needs to be divided into its constituent parts– one size doesn’t fit all, i.e., Hispanics (so-called; many identify as just plain white) and AAs both.

    15. Tina says:

      Little Mitchie is mute. This other leadership guy tweets stupidly. What are you going to do about this?

      Kevin McCarthy
      @GOPLeader
      · 23h
      Make no mistake: Business will boom for drug cartels and human traffickers if the Biden admin follows through with its plan to pay illegal immigrants up to $450,000.

      Their new ad slogan ? Enter the U.S. illegally, Democrats will pay you off with taxpayer money.

    16. Tina says:

      He makes a point. The Pedo Project would not be this stupid.

      John Cardillo
      @johncardillo
      ·
      1h
      .
      @ProjectLincoln
      won’t provide receipts proving they purposefully staged the false flag because they didn’t.

      They are most likely lying to cover up for McAuliffe.

    17. mnw says:

      Tina

      Some of the individual “white supremacists” have been identified– one is the finance chairman of the state YDs (Young Democrats), I read.

      Someone will track them down & find out who organized the “demonstration,” by interviewing them, I bet.

      It would surprise me if anybody in the McA campaign had been involved in something so high risk.

    18. wheelz91 says:

      Remember that their is no Libertarian on the Virgina ballot it is the Liberation Party. She is a complete wacko that makes the squad look sane. Any votes she gets should come from McAuliffe.

    19. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag is now quoting Ronna McDaniel?

      Wow, what an improvement over his usual moonbat and Never Trumper morons.

      And he conveniently forgets to mention that Youngkin said his number one issue was voter integrity. He also called for all the state voting machines to be audited. Sounds like he wants to keep the 44% that voted for Trump in VA.

      And finally, I never said give up on the suburbs. I said the future of the GOP is in a coalition of working class workers of all ethnicities, exurban and rural voters and that should be the GOP focus rather than a “get back the suburban vote”, which has trended away from the GOP not because of Trump, but because of the ideology of the people populating the suburbs is heavily influenced by the educational system, the MSM and now the woke corporate world.

      I am not sure that Ronna McDaniel disagrees on that, the movement towards Youngkin in NOVA seems to be driven by McCauliffe’s and Biden’s missteps rather than some profound ideological shift.

      So Amoral Scumbag can GFH.

    20. jason says:

      It would surprise me if anybody in the McA campaign had been involved in something so high risk.”

      The woman is seen driving Democratic Party of VA van for Terry McAuliffe van and works for VA Democrats. Not exactly the campaign but pretty close.

      She certainly was not “Lincoln Project”.

      https://twitter.com/alec_sears/status/1454156277676916748/photo/2

      https://twitter.com/alec_sears/status/1454156277676916748?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1454156277676916748%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fredstate.com%2Fbonchie%2F2021%2F10%2F29%2Fbusted-multiple-participants-in-white-supremacist-smear-against-glenn-youngkin-allegedly-identified-n465992

    21. DW says:

      20, yes, but here is what the ballot looks like:

      Glenn A. Youngkin – R
      Terry R. McAuliffe – D
      Princess L. Blanding – LP

      Libertarians are not the brightest bulbs, and will see LP and presume it means Libertarian Party.

      But your point is well taken, as in 2017 the Libertarian got 1.07% of the vote and in 2013, the Libertarian got 6.5% of the vote, and cost the GOP the election. I know, Cooch was his own problem, but still. McAwful won by some 56k votes, and the Libertarian got 146k votes.

      All the same, it would not surprise me to see Princess get 1% from moonbats and uninformed Libertarians.

    22. jason says:

      I don’t think, & never gave thought, that the GOP simultaneously making a major pitch for both suburban women & working class voters (of all races) would be especially difficult.

      Why are the 2 groups viewed as hostile, in terms of GOP campaign appeals?”

      Because you do one or the other. As Phil says, if you try to out-woke the Democrats to get suburban votes you lose the blue collar/working class vote that was attracted to Trump.

      There are a lot of suburban voters, so you can’t give up on them. But it has to be a niche strategy tailored to specific sub groups of suburbanites.

      In the past the Republican party was a suburban party, and the strategy was try to “get what you can of the blue collar party”.

      I think now it is the opposite. The Republican Party should be a working class party that gets what it can from the suburbs.

      The GOP, if it appeals to the working class, can recover some of the losses in the suburbs because it now can get some of the minority vote back in urban areas, as we are seeing with inroads among blacks and Hispanics. Trump’s opportunity zones in underprivileged areas is one of the things the GOP should focus on.

    23. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason. Well put. Agree completely.

    24. jason says:

      Dems unhappy with their own moonbats?

      Awwww…

      “The action on Friday by the PAC has prompted concerns that it could harm the election prospects of the Democratic candidate, Terry McAuliffe, whom it had intended to help.

      “Lis Smith, a former senior advisor to Democratic primary candidate Pete Buttigieg tweeted: “What a massive, massive screw up. The last thing that the McAuliffe campaign needed this weekend. A total disservice to the hundreds of hard-working staffers on the ground.”

      ” Meanwhile, Mark Rozell, dean of the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, told The Washington Post: “The overreach backfires because it is so ridiculous in its execution it hurts the point they’re trying to make.” …

      Virginia legislator Sally Hudson tweeted: “Charlottesville is not a prop. Our community is still reeling from years of trauma—especially this week. Don’t come back, @ProjectLincoln. Your stunts aren’t welcome here.”

      The journalist, Jordan Fischer described the timing of the stunt as an “extremely gross thing,” while Josh Jordan tweeted that the action “was horribly executed and probably helped Youngkin.”

    25. Pitchaboy says:

      The Dems will not steal this. If that was the plan, they would have manufactured a bunch of polls showing Mcawful with the late mo.

    26. jason says:

      They will steal it if it is close.

    27. jason says:

      Let’s say Youngkin has a 30000 vote at midnight on Tuesday.

      Do you think it won’t be eaten away by “found votes” by noon on Thursday?

    28. Phil says:

      Or Friday…or Saturday…or whatever it takes.

    29. Tgca says:

      Let’s Go TMac!!!

    30. Tgca says:

      OMG! More proof Apple is a radically left manipulating anti-conservative liberal sycophant organization.

      That Bish Siri trying to manipulate the messages here.

      It should be:

      LET’S GO BRANDON!!!

    31. Wes says:

      Tgca says:
      October 30, 2021 at 3:10 pm
      OMG! More proof Apple is a radically left manipulating anti-conservative liberal sycophant organization.

      Yet you’re still buying their products. Ironic.

    32. mnw says:

      I would prefer to see the GOP’s minority outreach be completely different from the DEMs’. No identity group appeals. Address AA professionals as professionals. Address AA working class voters as working class voters.

    33. Tgca says:

      16

      F*ck the suburban women voters! They’re generally IDIOTS that don’t follow politics and instead read headlines and worry about “feelings” when making their political choices. They’re form over substance voters.

      I’ve know a number of them over the years that simply regurgitate what they’re told by others. One recently told me it’s nice to have someone sane in the WH again even though she’s not a flaming liberal and doesn’t like the direction in which the country is now headed.

      They were the 1st to buy into stoopid masculinity is toxic BS but then when we have a 9/11 type event they’re the 1st to embrace the traditional male protector type because they’re frightened and realize the lil p*ssy types they often embrace can’t protect them.

      I deplore weak cowardly stoopid people, either male or female or one of the other 66+ genders.

      I respect women that, and there are many of them, who will stand up and fight and not going into crying fits and embrace the “it takes a village” mentality because it feels so nurturing.

      Sorry! But not all women are the same and these suburban skanks often cause a good deal of the country’s problems by being stoopidly misled because they want everyone to be in tune with other’s feelings and get along not realizing the world is much more complicated than that.

      I hope for every stoopid suburban woman voter who embraces the form over substance candidate to have her husband lose his job to a minority and have her kids denied educational and career opportunities because they’re white.

      Then maybe these stoopid bishes will wake up and vote intelligently.

    34. Tgca says:

      34

      No! I have an iPad only and it’s a couple years old. I’ve gotten away from all Apple products because they’re over priced and usually the quality in computers or phones are no longer better than others.

      However, they still lead in quality in the handheld tablets though. I also have a Samsung tablet and it’s not of the same quality so I rarely use it.

    35. jason says:

      F*ck the suburban women voters!”

      Tgca teases with the lead but offers no phone numbers or emails.

    36. mnw says:

      Not much going on 2day. Calm before the storm.

    37. SoHope says:

      #38 reads like a $ex ad

    38. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Another day, another dead heat VA Governor’s Poll. This one is courtey of Roanoke College. Its last poll had it TMac +7. This one is TMac +1.

      https://www.roanoke.edu/about/news/rc_poll_politics_oct_2021

    39. SoHope says:

      Where do I type my credit card information?

    40. Hugh says:

      That Roanoke poll is mostly way old.

    41. Tina says:

      Why are Alex Baldwin and Hilieria talking to the press?

      Does he have a good lawyah?

    42. Tina says:

      John Cardillo
      @johncardillo
      ·
      40m
      Just a reminder that
      @GOPChairwoman
      and
      @GOPLeader
      are sitting on mountains of cash, hundreds of millions of dollars, yet they are throwing their hands up and saying the Virginia Governor’s race is not their problem.

      Two loser cucks too afraid to lead.

    43. Tina says:

      Looks like the GOP ain’t doing sheot.

      Kurt Schlichter
      @KurtSchlichter
      · Oct 29
      Hey @GOPChairwoman – what is the election integrity plan for VA?
      Do you have lawyers on the ground now?
      How many?
      What is the RNC spend on election integrity?
      VA GOP voters need to know their votes will count.

    44. Tina says:

      Lol, “high winds.”

      Disclose.tv
      @disclosetv
      · 42m
      JUST IN – American Airlines has canceled more than 1,000 flights since Friday, citing staffing problems and “high winds” (CNBC)

    45. Wes says:

      About to watch Kwaidan (1965), a Japanese horror anthology based on Lafcadio Hearn’s version of several Japanese folktales.

      John Milius claimed Kwaidan was an influence on his 1982 sword-and-sorcery epic, Conan the Barbarian. Of course the original Robert Howard stories about Conan should have been the influence, but since Milius conceived of Conan as less of the lawless barbarian Howard had imagined and more of a troubled and vengeful ronin, using a prominent hora eiga as the springboard for the movie’s vision makes some semblance of sense.

    46. mnw says:

      The Roanoke poll is D +3.

    47. Tina says:

      Wut?

      Biden calls the Pope, a famous African American baseball player.

      Rumored is that he also soiled himself.

      We are so phuqed.

      https://twitter.com/beingrealmac/status/1454074889514717193

    48. mnw says:

      The Trafalgar poll never showed up. Cahlaly talked about it on Hannity Thursday night, but… no poll.

    49. lisab says:

      if you see the whole clip it is not so bad

      it was just another of his storied

    50. Bitterlaw says:

      Just checking in. GFY

    51. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      This clip of Trump doing the Tomahawk Chop at tonight’s World Series game in Atlanta will trigger Corey and Robbie!

      https://twitter.com/MZHemingway

    52. mnw says:

      McA drew 40 people to his rally in Norfolk today. We used to have twice that many at the office picnic.

      40 people! To see McA & Hillary’s running mate both.

      “Plenty of good seats still available!” at game time, as they say.

    53. Pitchaboy says:

      Slo Jo drew 20 people for his rallies. Yet, he garnered 80 million votes.

    54. Pitchaboy says:

      As long as Fairfax can stop and start counting as they please, elections will be a joke.

    55. mnw says:

      Fairfax announced that they would tabulate the EVs FIRST on election night. Different from 2020.

    56. DW says:

      Please clap.

      –Jeb.

    57. DW says:

      I still am holding to the position that McAwful steals it, until I am shown differently.

    58. jason says:

      Yet, he garnered 80 million votes.”

      You mean 80 million ballots.

    59. jason says:

      I still am holding to the position that McAwful steals it, until I am shown differently”

      That would be the safe position.

      Don’t be fooled by the “we will tabulate EVs on election night”.

      Zzzzzzz….

    60. mnw says:

      The poor turnout for McA events is consistent with the polls (all of them, so far as I know) showing an “enthusiasm gap” of 10 points or so.

    61. Greymarch says:

      Youngkin’s gonna win on Tuesday. The culture war the left wants to fight is counter-productive. McAuliffe’s parents/teacher gaffe is an example of the left’s tactics in the culture war. The dems cant win this culture war. The votes simply arent there. Voters dont want this kind of change. Parents vote, especially when the govt tries to tell them the govt knows how to raise their children better than they do.

    62. Phil says:

      Amen

    63. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      6. Robbie says: “This was RONNA MCDANIEL on Tuesday: “The fact that we’re competitive and that we are gonna pick up seats, I think, in the House of Delegates says a lot about Virginia. And where we’re seeing those gains is in suburban Virginia, Richmond and Nova area, and that’s huge for our party. We need to start bringing those suburban voters back into our party.”

      Robbie don’t be fooled! Don’t you know that your hero Joe Biden has labeled Youngkin a Trump “acolyte.” Your being taken in by a Trump “trojan horse” candidate.

      “President Biden portrayed Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin as an “acolyte” of former President Trump at a rally in Arlington, Va. on Tuesday, a week before the general election.

      * * * *
      “How well do you know Terry’s opponent? Well, just remember this: I ran against Donald Trump. And Terry is running against an acolyte of Donald Trump.” Biden told attendees.

    64. Country Dick Montana says:

      Robbie

      $1000 to Biden campaign
      $500 to ActBlue

      Haven’t checked recently to see how much he has donated to McAwful

    65. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Clearly the vaccine flopped at preventing infection; it may still have therapeutic value. Quite frankly the reason we may not be in a worse situation may be the spread of natural immunity. The virus may be naturally petering out as a larger precentage of the population has developed antibodies to it.

      “People who were fully vaccinated against the coronavirus can spread the virus in their homes as much as those who were not vaccinated, according to a new study.

      “The chances of anyone spreading the coronavirus to unvaccinated people or others in the home is about 38%, per BBC News.
      That number drops to 25% if the housemates are fully vaccinated.
      The scientists explained these findings in the Lancet Infectious Diseases medical journal.”

    66. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Two years after the attack on conservative reporter Andy Ng in Portland,OR, the perp has finally been charged.
      His mugshot is unbelievable. It is not a normal face; IMO only burns or self-mutilation could cause this abnormality.

      https://libertycenter.org/antifa-member-charged-with-felony-for-2019-attack-of-andy-ngo/

    67. Tina says:

      Folks, this is breaking news. Really.

      NPR
      @NPR
      · 11h
      No one is really cheering on a guy named Brandon. Instead, the phrase is being used in conservative circles in place of a more vulgar message directed at President Biden. https://n.pr/2Y0FlnD

    68. jason says:

      Wow. Who wouda thunk?

    69. jason says:

      Greymarch lives!

    70. jason says:

      Reuters claims Tiki Torchgate was organized by Republicans.

      Without saying Lincoln Project gave McAuliffe 300k or that they are not really Republicans.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      But some here will be offended and say the MSM has no influence in 3, 2, 1…..

    71. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Early In-Person Voting is now over in Virginia. Mail-Ins will continue.
      As of the close from yesterday, approximately 1,137,000 TOTAL early ballots had been received compared with about 2.8 million total early ballots in 2020. In 2021,that’s 40% of the 2020 early election cycle.
      The below link connects to specific County and Congressional Districts totals for 2017, the 2021 Primaries and Nov., 2021.

      https://www.vpap.org/elections/early-voting/november-2021-election/

    72. JeffP says:

      The left losses the cultural battle when ill informed people get woke to their utter madness. In fact, I think the progressive left comparatively has a small percentage of true believers. Problem is they have media and will cheat and lie their asses off to win elections. The GOP is impotent and passive. As the VA election is proving is you have to inform the independent voters of the cultural destroying issues. Trump is a great warrior in this battle but a terrible spokesperson in local elections with Independents. Look at the swing from 2020…OMG.

      Nevertheless I still think the D steal is in progress in VA. Maybe if they pull it off it will wake some people up to the true Big Lie. Hopefully the margin is to big and the state turns Red.

    73. jason says:

      Could this race be too big not to steal?

    74. Phil says:

      Jeff, your first paragraph is right on the mark. If not for the MSM carrying water for a small but devoted radical leftist and woke promoting cadre none of their wild ideas would have ever gotten this far. I also agree that the passive stance by Republicans (fear of what the media would say about them) has contributed to the state we’re in. Crazy ideas like CRT in our schools, erasing the Southern border, gender is a choice instead of a biological fact, a woke military, printing money we don’t have in the trillions, etc should never have gone mainstream.

      As far as stealing this election anyone who doesn’t believe Democrats aren’t in the process of attempting to swipe it are naive as hell.

    75. jason says:

      I tried to look at Fairfax Co to see how many of those 1.1 million EVs came from there.

      But there is a mistake, they copied the 2017 number.

      But you can see that the EV per thousand voters is not that much higher than the rest of the state as a whole

      https://www.vpap.org/elections/early-voting/november-2021-election/locality-fairfax-county-va/

    76. jason says:

      Ok it is corrected now.

    77. Phil says:

      No results final results in Fairfax County until Friday, Tina?

      When exactly has any Race in Virginia had to wait until Friday to be decided? …..And the director of the Fairfax election board is already plowing the ground. LOL

      Brace yourself for 2018 Broward County on steroids. Maybe the Virginia Democratic AG Herring will step in and make sure the count is done properly in a timely manner. Riiiiiiiiiiight!!

    78. jason says:

      The Fairfax Co. election director is described as a “radical partisan”.

      A real confidence builder.

    79. jason says:

      Phil, give them a break. It takes awhile to figure out how many votes you need, Rome wasn’t built in a day.

    80. hugh says:

      80. If I understand this the Northern VA and Fairfax EV is only slightly above the state average for EV. Given that Reps significantly outvote Dems on election day voting, I say this election looks better than we could have hoped for. I would have thought N VA would be at a much higher rate. Maybe a 3+ win for Youngkin is more likely than not.

    81. Phil says:

      The usual posters to show up and let us know that that while fraud exists it just isn’t that significant and not really much of a problem.

    82. jason says:

      Reuters) -American Airlines said on Saturday it has canceled more than 1,400 flights over the weekend due to staff shortages and unfavorable weather.”

      They could have stopped after “staff shortages”.

    83. Tina says:

      Florida fixed its voting mess. They have also been doing mail in for a long time.

      Fairfaux sounds like a mess.

    84. Tina says:

      Best I can tell by reading the partial audits done, his fraudelendy did not win Georgia, Arizona or Wisconsin.

      Pa looks very suspicious.

      But I don’t want to end up in the gubment goulag for DC Prison (j6 victims).

    85. Tina says:

      I think Wrong Wray and the fib need to investigate the let’s go Brandon chants.

    86. Phil says:

      Oh, it’s coming, Tina. I’m sure Biden’s handlers will have Garland on it soon.

    87. Tgca says:

      70

      This perp is kinda cute in a Halloween Michael Myers sort of way.

      https://libertycenter.org/antifa-member-charged-with-felony-for-2019-attack-of-andy-ngo/

    88. Tina says:

      Bill Maher has a point. And we don’t recognize other treatment options like the horse medicine even thought I do is reporting success with it.

      Robby Starbuck
      @robbystarbuck
      ·
      19h
      Bill Maher tore up Democrats last night on so many issues: vax, masks & fear.

      “The world recognizes natural immunity, we don’t because everything in this country has to go through the pharmaceutical companies.”

      “I‘ve had it, I shouldn’t be tested anymore”
      Embedded video

    89. jason says:

      This perp is kinda cute in a Halloween Michael Myers sort of way.”

      Looks like he could star in one of wes’ horror movies and save money on makeup.

    90. jason says:

      It’s not a “horse medicine”. It is a drug that like many others, has a veterinary application.

    91. mnw says:

      “Rigged”:

      Headline: “PA Governor Routed Private Election Grants* to Democrat Areas”

      THIS is how Mollie Hemingway explains 2020

      *Zuckerbucks

    92. jason says:

      The Biden administration is increasingly alarmed by rising gasoline prices that have reached a 7-year high, and has been calling on OPEC+ for weeks to pump more oil.”

      I though Rep Cori Bush said oil companies were “killing millions of people” and engaging in “environmental racism”.

      Surely Biden is not onboard with this.

    93. jason says:

      NBC invites McAuliffe for Sunday show but not Youngkin.

    94. mnw says:

      Cori Bush and Maxine Waters are never seen together.

      Bush likes to talk about how she was living in a car until a few months before she got elected to Congress. She presents as if that might even be true.

      Of the 3 astonishing elected officials in STL, i.e., Mayor Tishaura Jones; Circuit Atty (prosecutor) Kim Garner; and Rep. Bush, I would say Garner is the worst.

    95. Tgca says:

      Ok. Folks. Time to show your charitable and benevolent nature.

      One of my three leather recliner chairs “reclining mechanism” wore out and it’s a bit old, like 5 years so I had to get a new recliner for my bedroom now.

      I’ve thinking about it for awhile and bought one of those heated, massaging, squeezing, pulsating, vibrating head to toe reclining chairs yesterday and it was like $2,000.

      So I’m gonna create a Go Fund page so please be generous.

      This is considered a medical necessity for my spine and nerve issues that cause stiffness and mobility challenges like bending over, squatting, and getting down on my knees.

      This chair is therapeutic for my condition while I sit there in early retirement and watch movies or read all day between my naps and vegan snacks.

      I’m counting on your generosity.

      Thank you!

    96. Tgca says:

      100

      FYI. I decided to go for the working man’s recliner version at $2,000 instead of spending an extra $1,500 for frills like the lighted cup holders, built in USB ports, and floor lighting like the recliners in my living room.

      I figure if you guys are paying for it, I should be more modest in my selection.

      Thanks again for your charity.

    97. Cash Cow TM says:

      Ideas for slogans to increase the # vaccinated:

      If Cow’s name was Logan, it would be Logan;s slogans.

      COME ON, MAXINE!
      GET THE VACCINE!

      LET’S GO TABB!
      GET THE JAB!

      Hey, DOT!
      GET THE SHOT!

    98. JeffP says:

      Bill Maher…maybe another classic liberal waking up? IDK…dying breed. He seems very progressive to me.

      My favorite in this classic liberal revolt was when Naomi Wolf was on Steve Bannon’s War Room.

    99. jason says:

      Hmmm…

      Dems are crowing about high EV/Mail vote in Arlington, but I just noticed an astonishing stat:

      Highest turnout precinct = most republican precinct. (43% so far) (1 on map)

      Lowest turnout precinct = most democratic precinct. (12% so far) (4 on map)”

    100. JeffP says:

      Yes the corruption and evil working in key government leaders and agencies is really that bad. All the way down to county election offices. The have no conscience left. It’s all about power and money at any cost. People go in denial when evil is that bad to consider as reality. However, many are waking up to this reality. Their depravity can only be held in check through elections that are securely held with voter ID and legit chain of custody. If VA becomes another stolen election all hell might break loose.

    101. jason says:

      I would contribute but after shelling out 60 bucks for a new blanket for Lupita, $12 for a new mop for my wife and $740 for a bulk bacon order, I am broke.

      The A-hole treasure also cannot help, Bitter had to spend $3.40 for some copies related to Kim’s suit against Scooter which pretty much depleted the emergency fund.

    102. jason says:

      That “Dems are crowing……..” should have been in quotes.

      It was not my detective work.

    103. jason says:

      Luntz gives Youngkin an 80% chance of winning.

      I just hope Dick Morris doesn’t say the same thing/

    104. jason says:

      Could Noncensus please show up and predict McAuliffe will win?

      Somebody has to put the last nail in his coffin/

    105. jason says:

      That was A-hole treasury, not treasure. Sorry, treasure hunters.

    106. phoenixrisen says:

      https://ballotpedia.org/Voter_ID_in_Virginia

      Interesting, Ralph Northam signed a bill into law in April 2020 that Virginians would no longer have to provide photo identification to vote. Makes one raise their eyebrows that’s for sure.

      If I am the Youngkin campaign, I would stack campaign operatives and lawyers in all Fairfax County polling stations and Election boards where counting is done to prevent Broward County 2018, which looked to have been done on a much bigger scale in the 2020 election. Watch them all like a hawk.

    107. Tina says:

      Meet the Press
      @MeetThePress
      · 3h
      Good Sunday morning —

      We have a brand new NBC News poll out this morning that’s filled with tough news for Democrats.

      The country is headed —
      In the right direction: 22
      On wrong track: 71

      President Biden’s job performance —
      Approve: 42
      Disapprove: 5

    108. jason says:

      If I am the Youngkin campaign, I would stack campaign operatives and lawyers in all Fairfax County polling stations and Election boards where counting is done to prevent Broward County 2018, which looked to have been done on a much bigger scale in the 2020 election. Watch them all like a hawk.”

      But there is a problem.

      There is little recourse for whatever you uncover.

      And once results are announced, then you are “trying to reverse the results of the election”.

      It is not enough to uncover the fraud, you need to be able to get remedy.

      But there is none.

      Or you could believe mnw when he says some Federal prosecutor would be “interested”.

      Zzzzzzz…..

    109. jason says:

      President Biden’s job performance —
      Approve: 42
      Disapprove: 5″

      Dang. Only 5% disapprove?

      We is screwed/

    110. Tina says:

      Whoops

      42 approval

      54 disapproval.

    111. phoenixrisen says:

      You got a point Jason.

    112. mnw says:

      104

      You get that from Moshem at RRH? He posted it 5 minutes before you did.

      I think that info is consistent with enthusiasm gap; poor turnout at McA events; & McA’s big drop with indies.

      McA says “I raised 5 kids in VA”… and 4 of the 5 went to private schools.

    113. jason says:

      No, I don’t read RRH.

    114. jason says:

      Morris and Skippy say Youngkin will win.

      It’s going to be uphill but never say die.

    115. jason says:

      Just Fill out the Census, aka Noncensus, could really save the day.

      If he comes here and predicts a McAuliffe win, we are good to go.

    116. Wes says:

      To absolutely ensure Youngkin wins, we need Pitchaboy to commit to saying TMac will win, Jason. Pitch has something like an 0-9,000 accuracy rating. That would be the knockout blow to the TMac campaign.

    117. Wes says:

      I read that Evan Scrimshaw article, Jason. It’s basically wishcasting for TMac to win despite his acknowledgement of a poor campaign by TMac.

    118. Phil says:

      I read it, too. That’s three minutes of my life I will never get back. His last sentence is T Mac by 6. If that had been the first sentence it would have saved me the three minutes.

      What garbage.

    119. Gordon Allen says:

      MNW. She does a zillion more things than that. Do you have cataracts btw. There are procedures that can help( selective) reading.

    120. mnw says:

      127 Gordon

      Not sure what you’re referring to–is it “Rigged”? What are you suggesting I left out, that you think is important? I would welcome a discussion about the book with someone else who’s actually read it.

      As to cataracts, that’s uncanny! As a matter of fact,I have cataract surgery scheduled a week from Wed.! Amazing you mentioned that.

    121. DW says:

      I am certain Youngkin will get the most legitimate votes. Am nearly certain McAwful will get sworn in for a second term.

    122. Gordon Allen says:

      MNW.She has such a wealth of facts and factoids ( almost too many), and footnotes the length of War and Peace. I don’t really know where to start/.
      Most ironic I found ( and relevant) was her discussion of the bi-partisan report of the 2005 Presidential Commission on Election Reform, chaired by JIMMY CARTER no less.
      A principal finding was THE biggest risk of Election fraud was MAIL IN/ ABSENTEE Ballots, which were inherently subject to fraud. It was recommended that the use of same be dramatically tightened up, with ALL the Democrats supporting.
      The Democrats found religion with COVID and of course Mail in voting has gone entirely in the opposite correction. The number I remember I think was 33 million such votes in 2016, and something like 100 out of 159 million this time around.
      Carter back then would have been horrified and probably would have thought fraud/error in the millions of votes was the possible result of that. How the wheel has turned.

    123. mnw says:

      Gordon

      All well and good, but how does that contradict my thumbnail summary of her conclusions regarding 2020?

      What would you have included that I didn’t?

    124. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden’s popularity has fallen like a rock:

      “President Biden’s approval rating fell to 42 percent in the latest NBC News poll released on Sunday.

      Pollsters also found that 54 percent of respondents said they disapprove of Biden’s performance as president.

      By comparison, 53 percent of respondents approved of Biden. as president and 39 percent disapproved in April.”

    125. Skippy says:

      Youngkin will win by 5.

      You got Jason straddling the fence with all his might and most of the rest of you getting all worked up over vote counting.

      This race is over.

      Youngkin has won it in the suburbs with gashing into Dems edge in college educated women’s vote with education and rise of cost of living issues.

      52-47-1

      Youngkin wins.

    126. DW says:

      133–Skippy, I agree with you all up to your last line. Youngkin is ahead 52/47 for the reasons you give, and Fairfax will show 99% reported, and suddenly another 108,000 votes appear in Fairfax, and all of them happen, just by chance, to be for McAwful, and he goes ‘ahead’ by 328 votes and is projected the winner.

    127. Pitchaboy says:

      Wes needs a neuropsychologist evaluation for palilalia.

    128. mnw says:

      SDC

      And the NBC poll was one of his better ones of late.

    129. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – There is a problem with the non-disclosure agreement for Kim’s lawsuit. She signed it in ink. Scooter only spelled out his name in sign language in front of her. I knew I should have been at that meeting but you said you had it covered and I had a softball practice.

    130. SoHope says:

      Got to love the Westboro baptist democrats protesting a woman’s wedding because Sen. Sinema was in attendance.
      https://www.dailywire.com/news/tearful-mother-of-bride-confronts-leftist-activists-crashing-wedding-sinema-officiated

    131. Bitterlaw says:

      I have returned from Pittsburgh. I really like the city. GFY

    132. jason says:

      Jason – There is a problem with the non-disclosure agreement for Kim’s lawsuit. She signed it in ink. Scooter only spelled out his name in sign language in front of her. I knew I should have been at that meeting but you said you had it covered and I had a softball practice.”

      Hey A-hole, let me get this straight. We have an A-hole Radnor/Philly attorney and the non-disclosure is f–ked up but somehow it is MY fault?

      GFY.

    133. jason says:

      Hey Skippy, take a flying skip into a lake.

      I am on record as saying Youngkin will get the most votes.

      Whether that is enough to win we will see.

    134. Skippy says:

      Jason,

      Very courageous of you.

      So no matter what you can say you were correct.

      Final:

      52-47-1

      Youngkin wins.

      You keep straddling that fence Jason.

    135. jason says:

      So no matter what you can say you were correct.”

      I am always correct, nothing has changed.

    136. lisab says:

      defund the police is not going over well with trick or treaters

      i’ve had a bunch of cops, swat and an fbi agent

    137. Wes says:

      You may be a great doctor, Pitch, but you leave much to be desired in your role as an amateur psephologist. I make fun of your for your invariably wrong predictions because you apparently do no research into your predictions and provide analysis that’s well shy of reality. Until you actually buck your unbroken trend of laughably bad predictions I’ll continue to take shots at you for invariably and inevitably being wrong.

    138. jason says:

      I really hope Skippy is right this time.

      Not so much for Virginia and the country, but for Skippy.

    139. lisab says:

      we now live in a “nice neighborhood”

      people are dropping their kids off to trick or treat on our street

    140. jason says:

      The Amish don’t trick or treat.

      But they grow a lot of pumpkins and are glad the crazy English buy them to put on their porches instead of eating them.

    141. Bitterlaw says:

      Remember when you demanded to be the Chairman of the A-hole Judicial Committee because I was analyzing things too much? Suck it.

      Kim has not contacted me about any further proceedings. Apparently, she wants no further contact with A-holes and does not want to be paid in bacon.

    142. Scooterboy says:

      Bitterlaw- “Jason – There is a problem with the non-disclosure agreement for Kim’s lawsuit. She signed it in ink. Scooter only spelled out his name in sign language in front of her. I knew I should have been at that meeting but you said you had it covered and I had a softball practice.”

      Jason- “Hey A-hole, let me get this straight. We have an A-hole Radnor/Philly attorney and the non-disclosure is f–ked up but somehow it is MY fault?”

      GFY

      Perhaps I need a new lawyer.

    143. lisab says:

      The Amish don’t trick or treat.
      ————————

      they do, they just go as someone from the 1800’s named ruth or jeremiah

    144. jason says:

      Kim has not contacted me about any further proceedings. Apparently, she wants no further contact with A-holes and does not want to be paid in bacon.”

      Scooter might be off the hook. Apparently squeezing the A-holes has not produced enough substance for Kim.

    145. lisab says:

      i think the trick or treating is just about over

      just a few left now

    146. jason says:

      I just sent Youngkin a message

      “WIN ONE FOR SKIPPY!”

    147. jason says:

      I stocked up on nice things for the trick or treaters.

      Bags of beef sticks, jerky, pork rinds….

      Alas, very few little goblins showed up.

      I am going to have to eat all of it.

      Oh well.

    148. Wes says:

      Here’s a Halloween appropriate song for you guys:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fCcEjZQQNjo

      Happy Halloween.

    149. jason says:

      Youngkin up to 56% at Predicit.

      I could have bought at 20 and sold now for a big profit even before the results.

      Couda shouda wouda.

    150. Phil says:

      That 56% for winning the most votes?

      What’s the percentage for actually winning the count? Considerably lower I’d guess.

    151. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Today’s NY Times, Axios, Politico etc via politicalwire.com , a liberal blog:

      “President Biden and congressional leaders are forging ahead with plans to have the House vote on his two massive spending plans, even while backing off their Tuesday deadline amid persistent concerns from key lawmakers,” Axios reports.

      “House leaders gave themselves more time on Sunday afternoon by punting procedural moves they’d planned for Monday by the House Rules Committee. That would have set up floor votes on the actual bills on Tuesday.”

      “Democrats in Washington wanted to hand President Biden a political win before he departs from the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, but that’s no longer possible.”

      Terry McAuliffe Gets Small Crowds In Final Push
      October 31, 2021 at 5:36 pm EDT By Taegan Goddard 311 Comments

      New York Times: “The size and atmosphere of dueling events during the last weekend of campaigning before Election Day on Tuesday reflected the trends in the most recent polls. Mr. Youngkin, the Republican candidate, greeted crowds of more than 1,000, while Mr. McAuliffe, the Democrat, hustled through sparsely attended events from morning to night.”

      Politico: “There is scant evidence that McAuliffe’s attempt to revive the agitated emotions of 2020 and to cast Youngkin as a Donald Trump proxy is working. What seems evident is that many residents are feeling drained and ready to return to a time when politics wasn’t all-consuming.”

    152. jason says:

      Democrats in Washington wanted to hand President Biden a political win before he departs from the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, on Tuesday, but that’s no longer possible.”

      I thought it was supposed to be before he departed TO the summit.

    153. jason says:

      Youngkin 57 McAuliffe 46, biggest spread for Youngkin yet on Predictit.

      On October 1, it was 22-75 against him.

    154. jason says:

      Politico:

      “There is scant evidence that McAuliffe’s attempt to revive the agitated emotions of 2020 and to cast Youngkin as a Donald Trump proxy is working. What seems evident is that many residents are feeling drained and ready to return to a time when politics wasn’t all-consuming.”

    155. jason says:

      So Kinzinger admits 90%+ of the R party don’t agree with him, but he still thinks he represents the party.

      “You can fight against the cancer in the Republican Party of lies of conspiracy of dishonest. And you ultimately come to the realization that, basically, it’s me, Liz Cheney and a few others that are telling the truth. And there are about 190 people in the Republican Party that aren’t going to say a word, and there’s a leader of the Republican caucus that is embracing Donald Trump with all he can.”

      — Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), on ABC News, on why he decided not to run for re-election.

      Good riddance.

    156. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      A new day, another VA Governor’s Poll. This one is from Insider Advantage and it shows Youngkin up 2%, 47/45.

      https://www.fox5dc.com/news/youngkin-ahead-of-mcauliffe-in-fox-5-exclusive-poll-of-virginias-gubernatorial-race

    157. DW says:

      InsiderAdvantage
      10/27 – 10/30
      500 LV

      Youngkin 47
      McAwful 45

    158. Country Dick Montana says:

      That guy is delusional.

    159. Phil says:

      As Jason says, good riddance.

      Kinzinger and Liz can get a room.

    160. jason says:

      Please, no videos.

    161. jason says:

      I don’t think Blanding will get 2%, give half of that to McAuliffe.

      But the undecided should break more towards Youngkin, who is in the role of “challenger” here.

      So not a bad poll for Youngkin, and it shows he has the momentum.

      McAuliffe peaked too early and then tried to run out the clock. His only hope is that he banked enough votes while he was still ahead.

    162. DW says:

      “His only hope is that he banked enough votes while he was still ahead.”

      I guess I wouldn’t call this his only hope, given that Northern VA can just report 100,000 additional McAwful votes out of thin air, and no one will stop them.

    163. jason says:

      Let’s hope the margin is over 100k.

    164. jason says:

      Forget the Gipper.

      Let’s win one for Skippy!

      McAuliffe crashing at Predictit.

      https://www.predictit.org/markets/detail/7001/Which-party-will-win-the-2021-Virginia-gubernatorial-election

    165. Tina says:

      Klinkzinffer ans Beitch Cheney are honest.

      Both fell for (and promoted) the Russian hoax.

      Both fell for (and Cheney promoted falsely the Russian bounty story.

    166. Tina says:

      That 2% is too close IMO.

      With the fraud( mail in) it’s not enough

      Let’s hope it’s a pole that understates R support.

    167. Gordon Allen says:

      Within cheating range at 2

    168. Tgca says:

      You know winters on the way when it’s a brisk 70 degrees in south Florida on November 1st. Brghhh!

    169. DW says:

      Tina…2 point lead is not enough…reposted from above:

      Here is your official Virginia Voting Fraud Estimator.

      In the 2017 Virginia election for Governor, there was 2,614, 282 ballots counted. This was an increase from the 2013 election by almost 374,000 votes. So for 2021, lets say there is an increase of just over 100,000 votes over 2017, and we will estimate 2021 will have 2,700,000 votes.

      The Libertarian will get 1%, roughly 27,000 wasted votes.

      The table below shows Youngkin’s possible margin of victory (among actual legal ballots), and how many actual votes that translates into:

      1 – 27,000 votes
      2 – 54,000 votes
      3 – 81,000 votes
      4 – 108, 000 votes
      5 – 135,000 votes

      If Youngkin’s true margin is only 1 point, say 50/49, then clearly McAwful will steal it, as 27,000 votes is very easy to manufacture.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 2 points, say, 50.5/48.5, then the Dems would have to manufacture 54,000 votes. A bit heavier of a lift, but well within what they would be willing to do.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 3 points, 51/48, then 81,000 votes would need to be manufactured. In this scenario, I would expect them to halt the counting of Fairfax, and then a few days would go by while they look at every possible angle to make sure that if they do it, they would be able to get away with it. If they think they can, they will go for it. If they don’t then they release their final numbers without the fraud, showing the 81,000 vote Youngkin victory.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 4 points, 51.4/47.5, then 108,000 votes would have to be manufactured, and that is probably a stretch even for these vermin in Northern VA.

      If Youngkin’s true margin is 5 points, (52/47), or greater, then its probably safely outside the margin of fraud, a 135,000 vote advantage.

      So if the expectation is a 3-point (81,000 vote) advantage for Youngkin, its right on the razor’s edge, and the election could go either way.

      But the more I think about it, I am getting nervous about the 81,000 vote Youngkin lead not being enough. If the Dems wanted to throw in 100,000 McAwful votes in Northern VA, who would stop them? That’s the question they are asking themselves right now, and the answer is likely no one. So they might as well just do it.

    170. Cash Cow TM says:

      89 indictments issued by the grand jury in my county.

      40 of them were for illegal drug distribution/ possession with intent to deliver. That is 45% of the total indictments handed down. 8 of those 40 drug charges were of people who were out of State (non-WV residents) and 1 other from some far flung place in WV far away from here.

      17 of the 89 total were sex related charges (child porn, failure to register, sexual abuse, etc.).

      2 of the 89 total were cruelty to animals.

      1 of the 89 was for concealing a dead human body
      (and the alleged perpetrator was from out of State).

      *******************************
      The 49 indictments that were NOT directly related to illegal drugs…DUI, wanton endangerment, reckless fleeing from police, possession of a firearm by a disqualified person, child abuse, grand larceny, etc…No telling how many of THEM were also done by people under the influence of illegal drugs.

    171. Gordon Allen says:

      I have felt all along 3 % is the necessary “cushion” number. I hope the poll showing a 2% lead is off.
      The fact we’re having this discussion shows what a terrible situation the country is in; the fault of one Party exclusively

    172. jason says:

      It is 43 degrees here and windy, GFY.

      It will be too cold in PA for me to vote tomorrow low of 32 high of 50.

    173. jason says:

      The fact we’re having this discussion shows what a terrible situation the country is in; the fault of one Party exclusively”

      Sad.

    174. jason says:

      1 of the 89 was for concealing a dead human body”

      I think concealing a dead body is better than concealing a live one.

    175. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt had a good number of people who came for trick or treat. Almost ran out of candy.

      One adult woman (a mom) was dressed as a hot and sexy police woman. Walt looked out the window and saw her approaching and said “Hubba, Hubba!”
      I think Walt slipped the mom a $20…
      ##############################################
      There was also a foxy looking mid-teen girl dressed as a sexy police woman. Walt gave her extra candy.
      *********************************************
      Walt told one little tyke “Happy Halloween. Don’t let the goblins get you!” And the cute little thing turned back with a look of distain and said, “There aren’t any goblins!”

      She might as well have said “GFY”.

    176. mnw says:

      179 Cow

      Oxy? We used to call Oceana “Oxyana”

      I stayed in Beckley* once, on business. My employer got charged “ski season” rates! I didn’t even know there was a ski season in WV.

      *visiting a witness who, uh, couldn’t visit me, if you take my drift.

    177. Cash Cow TM says:

      OK.

      Human body.

      jason gets 1/2 a point.

    178. Tgca says:

      It was a bee-yoo-tee-ful day yesterday but then it rained in the early evening when folks go trick-or-treating so unfortunately I also did not get anybody at my home grubbing for treats.

      I guess I’ll have to drop off all those tofu bites and vegan cookies I made to the local charity.

    179. jason says:

      Closing messages. WHich one do you think is more effective and has to do with governing Virginia.

      “@TerryMcAuliffe
      and @GlennYoungkin
      in Northern Virginia tonight w/ contrasting closing messages

      In Fairfax, McAuliffe will deliver remarks “denouncing” former President Trump’s tele-rally for Youngkin

      In Loudoun County, Youngkin will hold a “Parents Matter Rally”
      #VAGOV

    180. Cash Cow TM says:

      mnw,

      Skiing is big in WV.

      Snopwshoe, Pipestem, Canaan Valley, Timberline, Winterplace,…

      Lots of out-of-Staters come for that.

    181. jason says:

      Awww…and Kinzinger thought the Dems were his friends…..

      “When Democrats do say they want Republican partners to tell the truth, and then they specifically target me, it makes you wonder,” he said.

      What a naive POS.

    182. jason says:

      Note to moron:

      They don’t want you as partner, they want you to help them with their agenda and then f–k off as soon as you are no longer useful.

    183. jason says:

      This is where we are at.

      The candidate for Governor of VA will spend the last night of the campaign attacking the tele-rally of a former President.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    184. Phil says:

      He’s trying to get Democrats out to vote. His only hope is to expand the electorate to D+4 at least now that Indies are breaking against him….therefore the elevation of Trump the bogeyman.

      Desperation.

    185. Cash Cow TM says:

      WV tax revenue intake for October:

      ##################################################

      Actual FY income for GR budget exceeding estimates by $181,000,000

      Personal income tax exceeding estimates by
      @ $70,000,000

      Severance tax actual revenue exceeding estimates by @ $44,000,000

      Sales tax actual revenue for October exceeding estimates by @ $6,000,000

      Lottery revenue is over $22,000,000 higher than estimates for the month.

      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
      WV doing something right.

    186. DW says:

      WV could do the next 500 things right, it still won’t offset the stupidity of sending Manchin back to the senate over and over.

    187. jason says:

      Final Trafalgar out.

      McAuliffe up by 6.

    188. jason says:

      Just kidding.

      FINAL @trafalgar_group
      #VAGov race #Poll

      #Youngkin has 2.3% lead which could grow by capturing most late deciders.

      49.4% @GlennYoungkin
      ,
      47.1% @TerryMcAuliffe
      ,
      1.9% Third Party/Write-In
      1.6% Undecided,

    189. Tom says:

      196. Thanks Jason, had to change my pants.

    190. DW says:

      197 – not sure its enough. Using my formula, its roughly a 60,000 vote lead. Northern VA can easily manufacture those.

    191. jason says:

      Silverhack has Youngkin leading by 1.

      But to do that he throws in the RV poll AND the LV polls from he same pollster released on the same day, so he sneaks in 2 polls where McAuliffe is ahead when he should be using the LV numbers at this point.

      Without the RV polls Youngkin would be leading by 3.