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    Bolduc Surges Ahead Of Hassan In NH

    Is New Hampshire giving Republicans a chance at another US Senate seat that was really not on the immediate radar in recent weeks? A new poll from Saint Anselm College is showing Republican Don Bolduc up by a single-percentage point over the incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan.

    US SENATE – NEW HAMPSHIRE (Saint Anselm)
    Don Bolduc (R) 485
    Maggie Hassan (D-inc) 47%

    This poll was done October 28-29 among 1541 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 3:30 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (440)

    440 Responses to “Bolduc Surges Ahead Of Hassan In NH”

    1. Skippy says:

      BOOM!

    2. Wes says:

      Send the Moonbat packing.

    3. Tina says:

      He is not the only one losing it.

      TheBlaze

      @theblaze
      ·
      45m
      Joe Biden:

      “Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq.”

    4. Phil says:

      It’s just one poll but, boy, an incumbent a senator at 47% on the eve of an election ain’t a good place to be.

      As Baris said in September what polling there was during the year had Hassan underwater in does she deserve to be re-elected. The decision to pull $$ from the race was a brain dead moronic one. Actually, it wasn’t based on anything but Bolduc’s refusal to kiss Mitch’s ring. McConnell rather have the seat occupied by a lefty Democrat instead of a conservative Republican who wasn’t one of Mitch’s establishment types….and that’s pathetic coming from the Republican Majority Leader.

    5. NYCmike says:

      Me in September: Bolduc can win. Let’s go Bolduc.
      Wes In September: Bolduc is Schumers pick and will lose the general election.

      Me in November: Bolduc can win. Let’s go Bolduc.
      Wes In November: Mikey was wrong, but Bolduc can win. Let’s go Bolduc.

    6. NYCmike says:

      “Actually, it wasn’t based on anything but Bolduc’s refusal to kiss Mitch’s ring. McConnell rather have the seat occupied by a lefty Democrat instead of a conservative Republican who wasn’t one of Mitch’s establishment types….and that’s pathetic coming from the Republican Majority Leader.”

      -Yup, and Wes and jason will continue to deny it……for some unknown reason.

    7. Phil says:

      What happens when a political party completely fails to read the room and spends the entire election campaign focusing on an issue (abortion) that doesn’t even make it into the top three that voters are worried about. Then, in the last week, they realize their mistake and try to pivot to “saving democracy” and trying to convince voters that Republicans are “responsible for violence” (Pelosi’s husband)……all the while ignoring inflation, crime, the wide open border.

      Truly brilliant. It happens when you believe a bunch of university polling in the summer.

    8. jason says:

      Sure will, I think that is BS.

      McConnell may have been wrong that Bolduc had no chance, but I am sure he would rather have him than Maggie Hassan.

      McConnell doesn’t need Bolduc’s vote unless the senate is 51-49 with Bolduc, an unlikely outcome.

    9. NYCmike says:

      #7 – Phil,

      It worked on Robbie!

    10. Phil says:

      Need for control? Sure. 51-49 will do it. But what if he had 53 seats with Bolduc and Masters and not ever having to worry about Murkowski’s vote.

      Maybe McConnell ought to think about that one.

    11. jason says:

      If Rs get control of the senate, I hope McConnell will be re-elected leader.

      But if he isn’t, I will support the new leader.

      Will the 100% litmus testing true conservatives pledge the same?

    12. Brandon says:

      Nevada (Suffolk)

      Senate

      Cortez-Masto(D-Inc): 45%
      Laxalt(R): 44%

      Governor

      Lombardo(R): 43%
      Sisolak(D-Inc): 43%

      Previous Suffolk poll was Cortez-Masto +2 and Lombardo +1

      https://www.suffolk.edu/-/media/suffolk/documents/academics/research-at-suffolk/suprc/polls/other-states/2022/11_1_2022_tables.pdf?la=en&hash=514561C123A76A5331BDB97859BE81E8CA17CFFD

    13. Tina says:

      These polls look great.

      I think the un justive department may need ro make a move, or a Rino needs to say something stupid. You know one of Biden’s beotchs “high quality” candidate.

    14. Phil says:

      Speaking of Robbie….where is he anyway?

    15. jason says:

      7 – Phil,

      It worked on Robbie!”

      Nah.

      Amoral Scumbag has the same M.O. every 2 years, nothing to do with polls.

    16. Tina says:

      I think Mitchie, despite his phuq ups, will be elected majority leader.

      Since he quit in July, he does not deserve it.

      I am hoping that McCarthy, who has performed better than Mitchie, pulls him to the right.

    17. Phil says:

      McConnell will be elected leader regardless. I don’t think that’s ever been a question.

    18. jason says:

      Cortez-Masto(D-Inc): 45%
      Laxalt(R): 44%

      Governor

      Lombardo(R): 43%
      Sisolak(D-Inc): 43%”

      Zzzzz….

      The incumbents can’t get over 45% a week before the election?

      Those undecided numbers are way too high anyway.

    19. Tina says:

      He quit and blew the ga races in 2020.

      I would not vote for him for dog catcher.

      That has nothing to do with his wife, who seems quite charming and has been an effective person in her cabinet positions, even though her appts appeared unsightly if you like good gubment

    20. jason says:

      Looks like it is unanimous for McConnell.

      Go Cocaine Mitch. Moscow Mitch.

    21. jason says:

      No Bitter and no Tgca today.

      Ordering welfare checks.

    22. Brandon says:

      It’s crazy that it’s 2022 and pollsters are still using live caller only polls. Who answers random phone numbers when they call?

    23. Tina says:

      Election Wizard ??
      @ElectionWiz
      ·
      9h
      JUST IN: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorses Dr. Oz for Senate: “We believe Mr. Oz is the better bet for Pennsylvania. . . . Mr. Fetterman, despite his hoodies and shorts, has little experience in holding real jobs or facing the problems of working people.”

    24. NYCmike says:

      No issue with McConnell when he acts like he should, aka Cocaine Mitch.

      When he throws in the towel in July, I would hope that ALL HHR members would call him out for doing Chuckie’s bidding………but alas, sometimes it takes a little longer for the “more intelligent” ones to grasp……

    25. Tina says:

      I guess Pelosi owns the only home in her exclusive and prestigious Sf neighborhood without an alarm and sensors on her doors/windows.

    26. Tina says:

      I hope in December we don’t get Rino Mitchie.

      Let’s agree to a Cr that has vax mandates in it (phuq the people)

      Let’s give Ukraine $60 billion open ended.

      But while I may have been wrong on the month (October), the $60 billion is coming.

      Strangely, they won’t poll on handouts to Ukraine. I wonder why?

    27. Tgca says:

      3

      Agreed! Let’s be fair.

      This is GWB’s fault and not Biden’s.

      Besides ILLEGALLY invading a country and causing hundreds of thousands of deaths, sending 4,000+ American troops to their death for nothing, destabilizing the region, exporting terrorism, destroying US credibility in foreign intelligence, and running up the deficit on a phony war, the results of inflation from the Iraq War has finally come to light and another failure to add to GWB’s record.

    28. Tgca says:

      11

      No! I will NEVER support Mitch as GOP leader. He cost the GOP the senate in 2020 with his stoopid strategy.

      He does not deserve to be the GOP leader but probably will be but in a lesser capacity if the GOP wins and more anti-Mitchie ‘s win in 2022.

      He is focused only on himself and NOT what’s best for the party.

      He can go get a job working for the CCP as his corrupt wife and family do more shady deals with China.

    29. jason says:

      Bibi back?

      An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man votes for Israel’s parliamentary election at a polling station in Bnei Brak, Israel, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Israel is holding its fifth election in less than four years. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
      1 of 16
      An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish man votes for Israel’s parliamentary election at a polling station in Bnei Brak, Israel, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022. Israel is holding its fifth election in less than four years. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

      JERUSALEM (AP) — Exit polls in Israel on Tuesday indicate that former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies may have won enough seats to return to power in a nationalist and religious government after three and a half years of political gridlock.

      The polls are preliminary, however, and final results could change as votes are tallied in the coming hours.

    30. Tgca says:

      29

      Let’s Go Bibi!!!

      This is like 5 elections in Israel in a few years. What a stoopid azz system.

    31. jason says:

      Looks like its unanimous that McConnell will be majority leader.

      Good.

      “Let’s give Ukraine $60 billion open ended”

      Let’s.

    32. NYCmike says:

      “Bibi back?”

      -Now this return would be nice! Not like that ill-fated BoJo return.

    33. jason says:

      Strangely, they won’t poll on handouts to Ukraine

      “Handouts” as in military aid so Ukraine can keep Putin from annexing the country?

      By all means, let’s increase the “handouts”.

    34. NYCmike says:

      #29 – “Israel is holding its fifth election in less than four years. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)”

      #30 – “This is like 5 elections in Israel in a few years.”

      Proof that someone reads jason’s comments?

    35. DW says:

      Another update:

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010
      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      GA: Warnock 45.8
      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.9 (was 46.0)
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 49.5
      FL: Rubio 49.6
      WA: Murray 49.7
      WI: Johnson 50.8
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5 (was 52.7)

    36. jason says:

      I was pulling for “ill fated” BoJo.

      But let’s see how Sunak does.

    37. Phil says:

      Not taking the bait.

      Concentrating this week on next Tuesday.

    38. Bitterlaw says:

      823 from prior thread:

      I am tired. Spirit Airlines has the most uncomfortable seats that I ever experienced since I flew on Aeroflot in 1989. 20 minutes of sleep on the red eye flight was very hard to endure.

      GFY

    39. jason says:

      No issue with McConnell when he acts like he should, aka Cocaine Mitch.”

      Zzzzz…

      “Like he should” means like some 100% litmus tested true conservative robot?

      No thanks. McConnell feels an obligation to govern, not just grandstand and throw smoke grenades.

      That is why he is still there over all these years.

    40. jason says:

      Phil says:
      November 1, 2022 at 4:48 pm

      Not taking the bait.”

      Spoilsport.

    41. DW says:

      Four more house ratings changes at RCP today, three of them in the R direction.

    42. jason says:

      Hey Ma, most of the fish love both the KY and Ukraine bait, but one of the fish is balking.

    43. Brandon says:

      Spirit is a joke of an airline.

    44. jason says:

      NEW @CookPolitical
      House rating changes: 10 more blue state districts move in Republicans’ direction, including #CA47 Rep. Katie Porter (D) from Lean D to Toss Up.”

      Also Schroder seat in OR is now lean R.

    45. EML says:

      The NH poll caused RCP to flip it to Republicans. Now predicting 54R 46D.

    46. Gordon Allen says:

      TGCA. I have come to despise the Bushes.
      Never felt comfortable with GHWB; my wife even voted Libertarian in 1992.
      GWB was a terrible disappointment to me.
      But you’re talking about twenty years ago.
      Reagan signed in effect the Amnesty Act of 1986. The Bushes,McCains,Romneys( who I never liked) and their ilk( the Cheneys) were the problem,and sadly I voted unenthusiastically for them. It’s not all on Bush,but a mindset.Like the one possibly developing over Ukraine, and other issues.
      It’s time to sweep out completely the Old Guard, and I mean literally “Old” and start afresh.
      The Trumps,Bidens,Pelosis,McConnell, Schumers, Hillary.. have to GO and a clean sheet start w new blood happen.
      The chance is there,but the time is now.

    47. DW says:

      GOP getting to 54 in the senate is really running the table as they say.

      Its putting hotels on Boardwalk and Park Place and very next roll someone rolls doubles, lands on park place, then rolls 2 (snake-eyes) and lands on Boardwalk. It happens, but its basically the GOP getting all that we can.

      Talk of Smiley, O’Dea, and Levy was always out of reach. Probably Smiley is now the closest.

      Here is my updated tally with predictions:

      49 – Wisconsin – Johnson 53/46
      50 – Georgia – Walker 51/48
      51 – Pennsylvania – Oz 50/48
      52 – Nevada – Laxalt 50/48
      53 – New Hampshire – Bolduc 50/49
      54 – Arizona – Masters 49.8/49.2
      –obviously much less likely:
      55 – Washington – Smiley 47/52
      56 – Colorado – O’Dea 45/53
      57 – Connecticut – Levy 45/54

    48. EML says:

      These are Sorry Charlie Cook’s rating changes for today. Most of these are just catching up with everybody else:

      NY-25 Safe D -> Likely D
      CA-26 Safe D -> Lean D
      CA-09 Likely D -> Lean D
      IL-06 Likely D -> Lean D
      IL-14 Likely D -> Lean D
      NJ-03 Likely D -> Lean D
      CA-47 Lean D -> Tossup
      NY-03 Lean D -> Tossup
      NY-04 Lean D -> Tossup
      OR-05 Tossup -> Lean R

    49. EML says:

      538 moved the probability of Republicans winning the House from 81% to 83%.

    50. ken says:

      100% probability 538 will underestimate republican gains.

    51. Tgca says:

      39

      Nancy is still standing after all these years too and losing the House.

      What does that prove?

      By your logic:

      She must be a competent, strategic, and effective Speaker to survive this long.

    52. Tina says:

      MAGA hammer made his court appearance.
      He pleads not guilty

      His arm is in a sling

      So when was he injured and how?

    53. Gordon Allen says:

      DW. So you’re saying 53/54 is in sight?
      I have felt for weeks 240-195,and 52 to 54 in the Senate.
      We’re close and I’m happy w the above.
      A total Democrat collapse could lead to 245-190 and 55 is possible,although not likely.
      The Governor races could surprise on the upside as well.
      November 8 can’t come soon enough.

    54. DW says:

      ken, can you promise to be here on election night, so we all can praise you for being right about all the red wave victories you predicted?

    55. DW says:

      Yes, clearly the polling indicates that 54 in the senate for the GOP is attainable. We have to run the table, but with the wind at the back of the GOP, and if there is little to no fraud, I don’t see why 54 cannot happen.

    56. jason says:

      Supposedly Nancy asked Paul what his plans for the evening were. Rumor has it that he said “I think I will just stay home and get hammered”.

    57. DW says:

      Tina, some hammers are quite heavy and someone swinging it as though it was a lightweight hammer could suffer muscle injuries.

    58. jason says:

      Liz Cheney endorses Tim Ryan in Ohio.

      Could be a game changer.

      Rumor has it that rogue congresswomen from Wyoming have a lot of influence in Ohio.

    59. DW says:

      the other joke was that twice in the last 6 months Paul Pelosi has been in the news, and both times he was hammered.

    60. jason says:

      That is why they are called waves. Usually in wave elections the close races go the same way.

      The problem for me are still the election laws in NV and PA, less worried now about GA with the changes.

    61. jason says:

      From what I read, Paul Pelosi opened door for the cops BEFORE he got hammered. I don’t understand how the nutjob was able to deliver that many blows in the presence of the cops.

    62. ken says:

      Good news I will be here at election night. It says
      a lot about republican leadership when you realize how high up Liz Cheney was in the party. The leadership members are rinos. I hope the republican majority is so strong it will enable the caucus to vote out cocaine Mitch and the like!!!!

    63. DW says:

      BOOM!!

      Murray 48
      Smiley 46

      Insider Advantage.

      Oh so close.

    64. ken says:

      Desantis wins by 10-20 points

    65. Tina says:

      Only 2 years too late, mrs. Romney, but good job.

      Ronna McDaniel

      @GOPChairwoman
      ·
      26m
      The @GOP, @NRCC, & @PAGOP just secured a MASSIVE election integrity win in Pennsylvania.

      The PA Supreme Court agrees with us that incorrectly or undated mail ballots can not be counted in next week’s elections.

      Republicans went to court. Now Democrats have to follow the law.

    66. DW says:

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010
      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      GA: Warnock 45.8
      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.9
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      WA: Murray 49.3 (was 49.7)
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 49.5
      FL: Rubio 49.6
      WI: Johnson 50.8
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5

    67. Tina says:

      Zzzzz

      Quote Tweet

      Zeke Miller

      @ZekeJMiller
      ·
      1h
      Biden at Crist fundraiser calls DeSantis “Donald Trump incarnate.”

    68. Wobbles says:

      Zzzz…

      That’s what I said.

    69. EML says:

      I said it yesterday. Come 2024, DeSantis will be portrayed as worse than Trump. Leftists have no shame. All they are running on this year is abortion and threat to democracy. Do you think anything will change by 2024?

    70. Gordon Allen says:

      EML. The media here in Florida are monolithically hostile to DeSantis.
      Don’t worry,he handles it easily and with aplomb. He eats the press alive… calmly,without losing control.

    71. Tina says:

      Pretty predictable, not insightful.

      They play the same gave over and over.

      Bush is worse than….

      Trump is worse than…

      Desantis is worse than…

      And did you know that Lake killed Officer Sicknick ( capitol police?

    72. Tina says:

      NEW – Biden: “Inflation is a worldwide problem right now because of a war in Iraq… excuse me, the war in Ukraine. I’m thinking about Iraq because that’s where my son died.”

    73. jason says:

      Ralston hack found a batch of mail in votes he liked, told Dems not to jump off tall buildings yet.

    74. jason says:

      Walter Reed is in Iraq? Who knew?

    75. Wobbles says:

      Come 2024, DeSantis will be portrayed as worse than Trump.”

      Not until he gets on the ballot. Until then he will be as bad as Trump.

      Once he gets on the ballot THEN he will be worse than Trump.

      Hope it is clear now.

    76. Tgca says:

      Theven Theven Bishes!

      Theven Theven I thay.

    77. jason says:

      New Emerson Nevada poll?

      Moonbats are freaking out.

    78. Tgca says:

      70

      My good friend EML is behind the times.

      DeSantis has been getting HAMMERED the last year as worse than Trump.

      I’ve posted a few quotes where he’s called evil, worse than Trump, etc by libs and politicians.

      DeSantis is routinely skewered here in south Floreedah too by the left.

    79. jason says:

      Emerson College Polling
      @EmersonPolling
      NEVADA POLL with @8NewsNow
      & @thehill

      #NVSen

      @AdamLaxalt
      50%
      @CortezMasto
      45%
      3% undecided

    80. Tgca says:

      I will go out on a limb NOW with my 2024 prediction:

      The GOP nominee, whomever that may be, will be widely quoted by the left as the worst GOP nominee EVAH, a racist who wants to bring back Jim Crow laws, and a misogynist who wants to roll back women’s rights to the days when billions of them had back alley ABORTIONS in America.

      The libs will also tell us that like they told us in 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020, and 2022, that

      2024 is the MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION in our lifetime.

    81. Tgca says:

      Bibi predicted to win Israel election per exit polls. Awaiting official results.

      Let’s Go Bibi!

      https://www.jpost.com/israel-elections/article-721222

    82. jason says:

      We will soon know if she was right.

      “I totally got f-cked by the Legislature on my district,” she said. “I’m sorry to say it like that, but I don’t know any other way to say it.”

      Titus was referring to a shift of Democrats away from the first congressional district, historically an ironclad safe seat for Democrats, in order to strengthen their position in the state’s two swing districts.

      She warned the three congressional seats held by Nevada Democrats are now at risk of turning Republican during the 2022 election cycle, under the new maps approved by the state lawmakers and the governor last month.

      “You read that the Republicans are using gerrymandering to cut out Democratic seats, but they didn’t have to in this state,” she said. “We did it to ourselves.”

      Titus said that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee “were stunned” by the decision.

      “They couldn’t believe a Democratic Legislature and governor would do this to themselves,” she said. “They could have created two safe seats for themselves and one swing. That would have been smart. (U.S. Rep.) Steven (Horsford) and mine and then a swing. No no, we have to have three that are very likely going down.”

    83. jason says:

      When some here whined the Rs were not aggressive enough in gerrymandering in TX and other places, I cautioned that you need to redistrict for the long run, not just the next election. Because in bad years you won’t get decimated if you are not holding a lot of marginal seats.

      The Dems might have overreached in NV.

    84. Cash Cow TM says:

      A COW VISION INTO NEXT WEEK

      ‘Twas the night of election, when all thro’ the house,
      No creature was stirring–ballot harvester, mule, mouse;
      Extra mail-in votes were hung by the chimney with care,
      Our hopes that Dem victories soon would be there;

      The snowflakes were nestled all snug in their beds,
      While visions of sex changes danc’d in their heads,
      Mama in her ‘Kill Trump’ sweater, and I my ‘woke’ cap,
      Had settled in to see election results and all that crap.

      When on the TV there arose such a clatter,
      I sprang from the sofa and lost control of my bladder.
      The TV reporter announced a horrid news flash,
      GOP had won all races, Dems had all crashed.

      My mood then turned dreary–I lost that warm glow,
      I slipped and fell on the urine-soaked rug below;
      When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
      But a minature sleigh, and eight tiny rein-deer,

      With a little old orange haired driver sending tweets quick,
      I knew in a moment it was Trump–that old pri.ck.
      More rapid than illegals over the Rio Grande they came,
      And he whistled, and shouted, and call’d them by name:

      “Now! Oz, now! Laxalt, now! Walker, and Vance.
      “On! Bolduc, on! Johnson, on! Masters. Let’s dance!”
      “Build back the economy! Finish building the wall!”
      “MAGA away! MAGA away! MAGA away all!”

      As dry logs before the sunami do fly,
      When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky;
      So up to the house-top Trump’s minions they flew,
      With the sleigh full of D scalps – and Donald Trump, too.

      And then in a panic, I heard on the roof
      The prancing and pawing of each GOP hoof.
      As I drew in my head, and was turning around,
      Down the chimney old Trump came with a bound.

      He was dress’d all in red, from his head to his foot,
      And his clothes were all tarnish’d with ashes and soot;
      A bundle of revenge was flung on his back,
      And he look’d like a huckster just opening his pack.

      His eyes – how they cut me! his face–sure not merry,
      His cheeks were all flushed; he was fast–didn’t tarry.
      His impudent mouth was drawn up like a bow,
      Showed me a Hunter B. photo, blowing some sn.ow.

      A stump of a cra.ck pi.pe Hunter held in his teeth,
      And the smoke it encircled his head like a wreath.
      Trump said he was off to punch Joe Biden’s belly
      Said Joe’s brain was mush, like a bowl full of jelly.

      Trump said in 2024 he’d whip Biden himself,
      And I laugh’d when he said that–despite my woke self;
      Then poking my eye and twisting my neck Don said:
      “I’ll drain the swamp, it’s ME they should dread.”

      He spoke no more words, but went straight to his work,
      Trump burned all the stockings; then called me a jerk,
      Gave me the finger, shoved a tweet up my nose
      And chanting “TRUMP ’24!”, up the chimney he rose.

      He sprung to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
      Off they flew–dodging Biden launched cruise missiles.
      But I heard Trump exclaim, ere he drove out of sight-
      “Happy ’22 election to all, and to all a MAGA night.”

    85. EML says:

      Democrats in Nevada did plan for the long run. If it’s a strong GOP year and NV-01, NV-03, and NV-04 all go down, so what? It means Republicans have already won the House. But in a neutral or even slightly Dem leaning year, they win all 3 instead of possibly ceding 1 to Republicans and they capture the House. Because the median seat is Republican (R+2 or something), Democrats needed to maximize the seats they are competitive in at the risk of making some safe seats less safe.

    86. jason says:

      That is not what Titus said. She thinks they weakened all 3 seats when they could have just made one a swing seat. Meaning Dems would always win 2/4 no matter what and a third in neutral or good Dem year.

    87. jason says:

      nd NV-01, NV-03, and NV-04 all go down, so what?”

      It is not “so what” for the incumbents…

    88. jason says:

      In one speech Biden:

      – Forgot what FEMA stands for

      – Called hurricane Ian “Ivan”

      – Called Debbie Downer Schultz a “senator”

      – Said he spoke to the inventor of insulin (there was more than one but they died in the 1940’s)

      – Said his son died in Iraq

    89. jason says:

      Very good Cow!

    90. jason says:

      Walt studied poetry with Homer, so it is not surprising he could come up with that.

    91. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt said Helen of Troy’s face really should have only launched 754 ships.

    92. Meldrim says:

      I haven’t posted in a while, but I couldn’t continue to lurk silently after reading Cow’s masterful poem. Huzzah, Cow! That poem was your finest yet. Udderly sublime!

    93. jason says:

      This released kraken guy has A-hole potential…

      jake_67855 • 2 hours ago

      The only people dumber than Herschel Walker are his supporters.”

      ReleasedKraken jake_67855 • 26 minutes ago

      Dunno, bro…I’ve been paying attention to your comments. Don’t sell yourself short.”

    94. jason says:

      Hey Meldrim, welcome back.

    95. jason says:

      TDS is an incredibly powerful disease.

      In 2006 Tim Ryan called on Dick Cheney to be tried for war crimes.

      Today, Liz Cheney endorsed him for the senate.

    96. Bitterlaw says:

      Meldrim – Good to have you back. GFY

    97. Tgca says:

      MELDRIMMMMMMMM!

      *HUG*

    98. DW says:

      Richard Baris says Laxalt +3 and Lombardo +5 in his poll to be released.

    99. Tina says:

      Yes all the Biden lies.

      But no mean tweets

    100. jason says:

      How to throw away $170 million:

      “Beto O’Rourke has raised $76.5 million in his bid for governor of Texas this year. Stacey Abrams has raised $85 million in her bid for governor of Georgia. When all is said and done, O’Rourke will probably top $80 million and Abrams may raise more than $90 million, so Democratic donors have given least $161 million, and may give about $170 million or so to two progressive Democrats who are running fairly longshot races against Republican incumbents in traditionally GOP-leaning southern states.”

    101. Tgca says:

      Cheney also called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) a “tremendous leader” and “a leader of historic consequence.”

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/11/01/liz-cheney-endorses-democrat-tim-ryan-calls-nancy-pelosi-tremendous-leader/

    102. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden pisses off Phillies fans and his wife.

      https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/34927406/president-joe-biden-takes-jab-virulent-phillies-fans

      Oz needs to make an ad highlighting this in Phildelphia. Not sure how Mastriano’s supporters feel about the Phillies. Scranton is more of Yankees territory. Beyond Hershey is football territory (High School, Penn State, and Steelers). The Pirates are not a big draw even though they have a great stadium.

    103. JeffP says:

      99 I saw that. Tuesday is going to be fun…a very exciting election night on Hedgehog Report.

      Current active Baris poll AZ Lake + 7 Masters +3

    104. Tina says:

      Raheem J. Kassam

      @RaheemKassam
      ·
      3h
      Just so we are clear. We are being asked to believe that an illegal migrant from Canada, living in a socialist commune, who participated in nudist ceremonies, was also ULTRA MAGA and this formed his motivation to “kneecap” Nancy Pelosi? Or, consider this *tell* in the NYT story…

    105. Big E says:

      Jason

      Beto is not being supported like he was in his senate race 4 years ago. He got upward of 90 million. Fewer morons are supporting him this go round.

    106. JeffP says:

      LOLOLOLOLOLOL They are doing their best to lose the borough’s. Problem is the local news reaches outside Manhattan.

      @npfandos

      NEW: VP Kamala Harris will join Kathy Hochul, Hillary Clinton and Tish James for a rally in Manhattan on Thursday.

      Harris has not been a popular surrogate this cycle, but if she can move the needle anywhere, it’s Manhattan, I guess.

    107. Tina says:

      Oh wow, the four nasties.

    108. NYCmike says:

      “That is why he is still there over all these years.”

      -Now do Pelosi, Schumer, every FBI head, Lois Lerner, etc etc etc…..

      All of them maintain power through the purse strings and their ability to control certain activities…….NOT due to their stewardship of the government in a pro-citizen method of operation.

      Whatever. I hope we get to have that fight for Majority Leader come January, when Schumer and Pelosi are demoted.

    109. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe they are worried they might be losing the hosts of The View.

    110. Tina says:

      Election stolen. They will blame Pooty poot.

      Washington Free Beacon

      @FreeBeacon
      ·
      2h
      Actress Jenifer Lewis goes on an unhinged rant at a Biden event:

      “I say to Marco [Rubio]..before you lie to us, remember Rosa sat on that bus..remember Mandela sat in that jail…Before you cheat and steal, I dare you to Google Emmett Till. EMMETT TILL! You say it! Emmett Till!”
      Show this thread

    111. Bitterlaw says:

      Remember Emmett Till was killed in MISSISSIPPI WHEN DEMOCRATS CONTROLLED EVERYTHING.

      Even though the scumbags who killed him were found not guilty and later admitted they did it, they had bad lives. One went blind. The other died from spinal cancer. Good. I have heard that is incredibly painful.

    112. Tgca says:

      Oh no!

      Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Undated Mail-In Ballots Cannot Be Counted

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/11/pennsylvania-supreme-court-rules-undated-mail-ballots-cannot-counted/

    113. jason says:

      This is not a lot of votes. But the decision is valuable in the sense that it tells election officials they can’t make up their own rules.

    114. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – Phillies take 2-1 WS lead on 5(!) home runs. Final score 7-0. Phillies are 6-0 at home in the playoffs. Next 2 games are at home. All this means…nothing. Houston is a great team and they are in it to win it all.

    115. Bitterlaw says:

      Other odd stat – No Phillies player in scoring position scored. All runs were scored on home runs.

    116. Phil says:

      Phillies in the drivers seat.

    117. Florida Guy says:

      DW is looking at Senate incumbent averages. I would add one thing. Who was up at the end? If the incumbent was up, that was a better sign he/she would win.

      A quick perusal of 2014 and 2018 — the only comparable years IMHO — show even an incumbent at 47 could win — if he was also leading the challenger.

      Only two incumbents were up on the R challenger, and lost badly. That was FL’s Bill Nelson (D) in 2018.

      In 2014, in NC, Hagan had 44.1 avg. Tillis had 43.4 Tillis won.

      A third factor is the new Black Swan for Democrats: Inflation and prices. Nothing like this for them since 1980. It’s going to be wild.

      “Another update:

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010
      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      GA: Warnock 45.8
      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.9 (was 46.0)
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 49.5
      FL: Rubio 49.6
      WA: Murray 49.7
      WI: Johnson 50.8
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5 (was 52.7)”

    118. Florida Guy says:

      One more thing:

      Florida is so lost for Dems. They may lose some surprising races. Anna Paulina Luna may win comfortably.

      Salazar may win by 3-5.

      FL-7 will be a slaughter thanks to West Volusia.

      State senate and state House races may see even more Pubs win.

      FL Dems looking at extinction-level meteor.

    119. BayernFan says:

      I wish someone would poll IN-1

    120. EML says:

      RCP House ratings changes

      To R:
      FL-14 Safe D -> Likely D
      NY-26 Safe D -> Likely D
      WA-10 Safe D -> Likely D
      CA-25 Likely D -> Lean D
      NM-01 Likely D -> Lean D
      PA-12 Likely D -> Lean D
      NY-25 Lean D -> Tossup
      NV-03 Tossup -> Lean R
      OR-05 Tossup -> Lean R
      WA-08 Tossup -> Lean R

      To D:
      CT-02 Tossup -> Lean D
      NM-03 Tossup -> Lean D

    121. Wes says:

      Mitch McConnell is sticking the knife into Raphael Warnock and twisting it:

      https://host2.adimpact.com/admo/viewer/71c1efd2-783c-4556-af73-62d404b6b5e7

    122. jason says:

      I read here that McConnell doesn’t want anybody endorsed by Trump to win.

    123. Chicon says:

      He doesn’t want to help those who publicly call him out, and in effect, run against him.

    124. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From Newsweek:

      “Voters blame Biden for high levels of inflation, according to a new poll conducted for Newsweek by Redfield & Wilton Strategies at the end of last week.

      The poll carried out on October 30 among 1,500 eligible voters in the U.S. found that 61 percent hold Biden and his policies “significantly” or “fairly” responsible for inflation.

      The survey also found that inflation is the leading issue that voters say will inform how they vote in crucial midterm elections that will take place less than a week from Wednesday.”

    125. jason says:

      Not sure even that is correct. The only 2 candidates that did that are Masters and Bolduc. Bolduc was a long shot, you can easily make the argument that the funds were better invested elsewhere.Masters did have access to other funding and was polling poorly in the summer. In any case, Master’s stopped with his anti-McConnell BS long ago, Bolduc more recently.

      Besides, wes has made a good point that if you want to run against McConnell instead of against the Democrat, then you are pretty much saying you don’t want his money too. In both Master’s and Bolduc’s case, if they end up losing because of McConnell’s lack of funding, it is on them, not him.

      The argument that McConnell “doesn’t want them to win” blah blah blah is weak and based on MDS.

    126. jason says:

      The prediction thread will be fun here.

      I wonder if Amoral Scumbag will show up to predict how many “bad candidates” will win/lose.

      Of course we already know what he will say post-election.

      If Rs have a good night, it will be “despite Trump”, mixed in with some drivel about “toxic environment” for Dems.

      If Rs have a bad night, it will be all Trump’s fault.

    127. Phil says:

      The political gurus continue to underestimate the red tide…and its on purpose folks.

      Take the Cook Political Report and their “tossup” category this cycle. Take a look at what Charlie Cook did in the 2020 cycle. Republicans won EVERY single Cook Political Report district they had as “tossup” as well as 5 “lean Democratic” and two “likely Democratic”

      What does that tell you? Just saying….

    128. Chicon says:

      127 – true. Mitch did, though, go all in from the start to help a Republican who has been a thorn in his side against another Republican who has always been leading. Why?

    129. Chicon says:

      127 – true. Mitch did, though, go all in from the start to help a Republican who has been a pain in his side against another Republican who has always been leading. Why?

    130. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Just-released polls:
      CNN- Biden Approval/Disapproval- 42/58
      CGB- R+4

      NPR/Marist- Biden Approval/Disapproval- 44/53
      GCB- R+3

      Susquehanna- In Nevada, Lombardo(R-Gov) +3 and Laxalt(R-Sen) +5

    131. Phil says:

      The “prognosticators” are political hacks. Cook Report, Sabato, and don’t get me started on Nate Silver…and then there are all the media polls. The media and university polls by and large are paid for by the left outlets – they provide the funding for the YouGovs and all the university polls – those pollsters then provide the numbers those lefty outlets demand. Hey, why wouldn’t they? They want to get hired again…and the beat goes on – cycle after cycle. It never changes.

      And then you have Nate Cohn release those ridiculous polls he threw out there yesterday. That was bad enough, but then he had the nerve to attack Baris, Trafalgar, Rasmussen as “cheap GOP pollsters”. With your record, Nate? You really want to go there? He will look like a fool on election night. Pass the popcorn.

    132. jason says:

      I don’t follow baseball so I don’t care who wins the WS. I lived in Houston and was forced to go to an Astros game once. I remember the hotdogs and beers more than I do the game. My kids never played it either so I just never developed an interest. Same with hockey. Having given up on woke basketball and football, the only pro sports I follow now are soccer and golf. And now that golf is embroiled in this LIV vs. PGA feud, I am losing interest in golf too.

      On the bright side, World Cup coming up in a few weeks. I will be happy to provide daily reports.

    133. jason says:

      Marist has R +3?

      Katy bar the door…

    134. Wes says:

      Chicon, you’re a despicable bum who should do the human race the enormous favor of deleting yourself from the gene pool to increase humanity’s average IQ.*

      Now I need $1000. When I can expect to get it from you?

      That’s effectively what Masters, Bolduc, and Tshibaka did, yet McConnell is the bad guy for being cool to their candidacies. I like how McConnell is supposed to supinely accept piling on by candidates who haven’t even won their respective races yet and open the money spigot for them.

      *The above is an example only. It is not remotely reflective of what I think about Chicon.

    135. Phil says:

      Sheeple, you mean that after all the BS polling all year that Marist and CNN threw out there that suddenly when we get close to the election and their work is fixing to be graded on election day, they suddenly see a reversal?

      Let me let you in on a little secret and I know you know this, Democrats NEVER had a lead. It was all total BS. Every bit of it.

    136. DW says:

      Not sure this one was posted…

      Susquehanna

      Laxalt 48
      Cortez Masto 43

      This in addition to the Emerson with Laxalt way up.

    137. DW says:

      Bottom is dropping out on Masto:

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010
      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.1 (was 45.9)
      GA: Warnock 45.8
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      WA: Murray 49.3
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 49.5
      FL: Rubio 49.6
      WI: Johnson 50.2 (was 50.8)
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5

    138. Wes says:

      I sincerely hope Laxalt ousts Cortes Masto early on in a week.

    139. DW says:

      BOOM!

      CNN generic ballot…CNN!!!

      Republicans 51
      Democrats 47

    140. Wes says:

      To be fair, DW, CNN was the first network–even before Fox News–to call the Senate for the GOP in 2014. They can have journalistic integrity when they want.

    141. Wes says:

      Emerson says Laura Kelly is up 49-44 in KS-Gov. I have a hard time believing that, especially since the same poll says Kobach trails by 1.

    142. Phil says:

      Baris said last night he just completed his final Nevada poll and that it is Laxalt +3 and Lombardo at +5.

    143. DW says:

      Wes, sure, and in fact even in 2016 CNN’s John King was easily the best at the data analysis screen. Even when Wolf Blitzer kept trying to get some hope out of him, King was right on the money and didn’t waver.

      The guy at Fox News was a clown who didn’t prepare thinking it would be a Hillary landslide–same for the guy at ABC.

    144. Phil says:

      Yeah, Wes. When they want. That’s the operative phrase.

    145. Phil says:

      DW, you are right about King being a good analyst. You know who else is good? Steve karnacki at MSNBC.

    146. Phil says:

      …and FOX News….that early call on Arizona was such BS. The state ended up even and yet they called it two hours before they called Ohio – a state Trump carried by over 8.

    147. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #143- Wes
      Maybe not. Kansas almost always reelects its incumbent Governors. Think Kathleen Sebelius(D) and Sam Brownback(R).

      I think that Bo Hines(R) takes the new NC-13 Congressional seat. What say you?

    148. EML says:

      To be fair, DW, CNN was the first network–even before Fox News–to call the Senate for the GOP in 2014. They can have journalistic integrity when they want.
      ==========================
      That was pre-Trump. They have gone off the deep end now.

      It should be noted that CNN’s GCB poll last month was Dem +3, so this poll is a 7 point swing.

    149. EML says:

      Marist has R +3?
      ======================
      This is also a swing from D+3 last month.

    150. DW says:

      These really are huge. CNN and Marist could have given the Dems cover in case they wanted to stuff the boxes with fraudulent ballots, because they would point to CNN and Marist at Dem +3 and justify their numbers.

      But now there is no way to justify crooked numbers.

    151. Phil says:

      Yep. Swing in numbers their numbers from Maist and CNN, EML….but there was no swing in reality. The GOP ALWAYS led. That’s what is sad about these two pollsters.

    152. Brandon says:

      Kornacki is excellent. It’s a shame he’s at MSNBC.

    153. Phil says:

      Good point about providing cover, DW. Thing is, outside of Nevada and Pa, the mail in ballot laws permitting all the mail in ballot stuff isn’t rampant like 2020.

    154. Phil says:

      FOX is the worst, Brandon. They’ve always had lousy election night coverage.

    155. DW says:

      The worst ever data analysis gaffe was 2016 and Jonathan Karl on ABC who went on and on about the fictional “Madison County” Wisconsin and what the data meant to the race, and then he somehow found similar results in Dane County Wisconsin (where Madison is located).

      Its what happens when a guy presumes the race is going to be a landslide and he doesn’t bother to prepare. Chuck Todd on NBC did the same thing, failing to prepare to talk about Wisconsin, but he was smarter than Karl, and so each time he was asked about Wisconsin, Todd would say, well, looking at Michigan….

    156. Brandon says:

      Agreed, Phil. Unwatchable on election night.

    157. jason says:

      Kornacki is a far left moonbat nerd. He is always trying to find a glimmer of hope for the Dems even when there is none. I understand he is under pressure to do so, and maybe he would be less partisan elsewhere, but I don’t agree is is “good”.

    158. jason says:

      King can be objective if he wants, but unfortunately he rarely wants to be objective.

      Maybe he is more objective than rigid leftist tools like Wolf Blitzer, but that is a low bar.

    159. DW says:

      Bill Hemmer on the Fox News 2016 election night coverage was horrible. The entire network was fully prepared for a Hillary win, so they went heavy on commentators, and told Hemmer he would likely have the night off, so he didn’t prepare. It was comical to watch him, live on the air, trying to figure out how to click between 2012 and 2016 on the map.

    160. BayernFan says:

      On election night, Kornacki is all numbers. He tells it like it is and explains things well. He is excellent.

    161. DW says:

      I think for whatever reason, King was more objective on the 2016 election night coverage. Maybe he despised Hillary or something, I don’t know. I just remember Wolf pressing him for hope and King rebuffing him by saying the votes are counted, there is nothing left.

    162. DW says:

      And at one point King openly criticized CNN for not calling one of the states for Trump.

    163. Tgca says:

      Halloween Riots Break Out Across Europe As 86 Arrested in France Alone

      This is what happens due to massive inflation and candy corn is no longer affordable to the working class.

      https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2022/11/02/halloween-riots-break-out-across-europe-as-86-arrested-in-france-alone/

    164. Meldrim says:

      I remember John King on CNN on Election Night 2016, and, indeed, he was objective. But it was obvious that Trump’s performance caught the entire network, even King, unprepared. Whenever they brought up a map of PA, King kept looking for a rural county in the “T” to show how much Trump was dominating, and he kept clicking on Centre County, which includes Penn State and is the one county between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg that wasn’t 60%+ for Trump. King didn’t even know where to find Trump’s overperformance over Romney, because he didn’t think that he’d have to talk very much about PA. But at least CNN had an interactive map of PA, MI and WI; MN was nip-and-tuck all evening until Hillary finally won it by only 1.5%, and poor King had to point to a gray map with no political subdivisions or vote totals because CNN didn’t think that Trump would come within 10% in the state.

    165. Phil says:

      Actually, Jason, he’s good with the map on election night. Was good in 2016 and very good with the Virginia map in the governor’s race. Even Baris complemented his election night analysis as the votes came in.

      The worst? Jonathan Karl at ABC. Leftist hack who looked lost when going over the map. I remember 2016 when he kept talking about the Broward County votes yet to come in and how that was going to erase Trump’s lead in Florida. He went on and on about it for hours. The look on his face when he had to report that Broward was 98% in and Trump’s lead was still 130,000 votes was priceless. Never seen anyone look so downcast.

    166. SoHope says:

      ? CNN: D+3 —> R+4
      ? NPR/Marist: D+3 —> R+3
      ? Suffolk: D+4 —> R+4
      ? WSJ: D+3 —> R+2
      ? Emerson: Tie —> R+5
      ? NYT/Siena: D+2 —> R+4
      ? Harvard-Harris: D+2 —-> R+6
      ? Monmouth: R+3 —-> R+6

    167. SoHope says:

      I think I prefer watching hard left election results coverage. The weeping wailing and gnashing of teeth from the toadies at MSNBC when they are being pulverized at the polls brings me real joy.

    168. Phil says:

      168

      Good list.

      Does anyone here actually believe this is a sudden shift? Anyone?

      Those polls up until mid-October were all bullsh”t and the pollsters who put out those summer and early number damn well knew it.

    169. Phil says:

      169

      I prefer it too. Real entertainment.

    170. jason says:

      On election night, Kornacki is all numbers. He tells it like it is and explains things well. He is excellent”

      Don’t agree. He is “all numbers” but it’s all “if you are a Democrat, you are looking for this number, that number”. He is only interested in “numbers” that favor Democrats.

      He is a partisan hack like everyone at MSNBC, does not get a pass from me.

      Maybe if you ignore his rhetoric and just look at the maps, they are probably more interesting than what is at FOX and CNN.

      Maybe I will watch some MSNBC with the sound off.

    171. DW says:

      going back through my massive 82 page 2016 election night coverage chronology, and found this gem:

      “CNN’s Jim Acosta at Trump headquarters says a senior Trump campaign advisor told him, ‘It will take a miracle for us to win,’ and characterized the challenge of the Trump team trying to keep him on message so as to salvage GOP senate seats.”

      In other words, Acosta is a liar. No such ‘senior advisor’ would have said such a thing. Unreal.

    172. Tgca says:

      It’s NOT Mitchie’s money!

      He is supposed to look out for the best interests of the GOP, regardless of criticism others have of him.

      He is interested in keeping his own leadership role 1st and foremost, and the GOP comes 2nd to him. I see him being no different than Romney or Murkowski at this point.

      He lost the senate in 2020 because of his incompetence and blundering strategy.

      Schumer has outmaneuvered him a few times. Schumer has appointed more judges than Mitchy with an evenly divided senate.

      I just don’t see how folks have confidence in him any longer.

      Remember, he was supporting Liz Cheney’s re-election so that tells you everything you need to know about his leadership.

      I despise him as much as I do Romney as a politician.

    173. Phil says:

      ..and then there was the sheer look of horror on Chris Wallace’s face when Hillary’s leads in NC and Ohio began to disappear and he said “Donald Trump could actually win this” Sheer terror in his voice.

    174. DW says:

      My favorite from 2016 was in the 7 o’clock hour when the guy on ABC was talking about reports that Trump is already lashing out at his defeat.

    175. Phil says:

      Yeah, the speech on the Senate floor blaming Trump for January 6th and the endorsement of Liz Cheney’s reelection tells you plenty about Mitch. He hates Trump….but the GOP needs Trump’s filthy dirty, uneducated, working-class voters to retain power so poor Mitch is torn. Has to bite his lip. Must be hard on the old fellow.

    176. jason says:

      No one at CNN and MSNBC has any interest in being fair, objective or non-biased, including Kornacki and King. Their purpose is to present a slanted narrative that favors Democrats.

      If that is not possible due to the circumstances, they will try to stretch it out as much as possible to try to make it look like the Dem still has a chance.

      King and Kornacki did this in FL both 2016 and 2020 with a map that showed Broward and Dade with only “15% in” when they knew from the state totals that there were not that many votes left in those 2 counties.

    177. DW says:

      Something I didn’t notice yesterday in the rush of new polls. That St. Anselm poll of NH was a huge sample of 1,541 likely voters.

    178. Meldrim says:

      #174, the GOP lost the Senate in 2020 because of the two GA runoffs, not because Cocaine Mitch didn’t do his job. And why did we lose the two GA runoffs? Here is what Phil wrote about Baris’s findings:

      “On Georgia Baris said in advance of the runoffs that there were about 300,000 Republicans that were not going to vote in central and southern Georgia and that Purdue and Loeffler were doomed. He called it exactly right.”

      Did 300,000 Republicans in central and southern GA stay home on January 5, 2021 because they were upset at Mitch McConnell? Or did they stay home because Trump lawyers Lin Wood and Sidney Powell kept saying that voting in GA was futile and that Republicans should boycott the runoffs? I think that the answer is pretty clear.

    179. jason says:

      It’s NOT Mitchie’s money!”

      Zzzzz……

      I have news for Tgca, people who head PACs do get to decide where the money goes.

      And let’s see if the GOP caucus has “lost confidence” in Mcconnell.

      My prediction is he is not going anywhere, and that is fine with me.

      If the 100% litmus tested true conservatives have enough votes to topple him, let’s see them.

    180. DW says:

      178 – and it was obvious from the total number of votes that were cast…very easy match to get a much better guess on the percentage complete. 15% is a joke when they can see the vote totals and know its about everyone.

      The worst abuse of this was when Gillespie was poised to defeat Warner in Virginia. Fairfax was 100% reported in. And then suddenly 9000 more votes, all for Warner appeared in the Fairfax totals.

    181. EML says:

      KSTP/SurveyUSA poll

      MN-Gov
      Walz (D) 51%
      Jensen (R) 43%

      MN-AG
      Schultz (R) 49%
      Ellison (D) 42%

      MN-SoS
      Simon (D) 47%
      Crockett (R) 41%

      MN-Auditor
      Wilson (R) 44%
      Blaha (D) 39%

      https://kstp.com/kstp-news/top-news/kstp-surveyusa-poll-dfl-leads-governor-secretary-of-state-races-gop-leads-ag-auditor-campaigns/

    182. jason says:

      Did 300,000 Republicans in central and southern GA stay home on January 5, 2021 because they were upset at Mitch McConnell? Or did they stay home because Trump lawyers Lin Wood and Sidney Powell kept saying that voting in GA was futile and that Republicans should boycott the runoffs? I think that the answer is pretty clear.”

      Neither one. They stayed home because Kemp and Ratsburger were perfectly ok with them being disenfranchised. People get discouraged when they know their vote doesn’t count and their elected officials won’t lift a finger to prevent fraud.

      I certainly understand their position as I stopped voting for the same reason. I am voting because I lost a bet, but not really sure I will continue to do so.

    183. jason says:

      That St. Anselm poll of NH was a huge sample of 1,541 likely voters.”

      Even huger if you consider the small population of NH.

    184. jason says:

      Silverhack transcribes his bar conversation with someone who thinks Rs will win big.

      Entertaining.

      https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-case-for-a-republican-sweep-on-election-night/

    185. Phil says:

      Well, Biden and Biden’s puppeteers aren’t going to like this one –

      With 85% of the vote in Benjamin Netanyahu is on track to win a smashing victory. His coalition on track to win 65 of the 120 seats in the Knesset.

      Remember when Obama and company sent all their Democratic consultants to Israel to help defeat him in 2010?

    186. jason says:

      Joe finally found someone who wants to campaign with him?

      “President Joe Biden, stumping for Democrats ahead of Tuesday’s midterm balloting, may stop in Chicago — likely Friday — to lead a get-out-the vote rally for Gov. J.B. Pritzker and the rest of the Democratic ticket in Illinois.”

    187. jason says:

      Bibi is back.

      The self loathing Jew, aka Biden Troll, hardest hit.

      He once implied it was anti-semitic to call him a self loathing Jew.

      This from a guy who said I couldn’t be Hispanic unless I was brown skinned.

    188. DW says:

      Redd: It’s half-empty. And yet, the waitress hasn’t been to our table in 15 minutes. Welcome to Joe Biden’s America!

      Ooof!

    189. jason says:

      Note that Silverhack refused to take the bet on the Senate.

      Why not, isn’t he saying it is 50/50?

    190. Phil says:

      Hack Silver now has Republicans at 52% at taking the Senate. Democrats down to 16% at retaining the House.

      As predicted, Nate herding at the end to protect his “reputation”

      …but that’s ok, Nate. You did your job with your fake analysis over the summer and fall aiding Democratic fundraising and trying to dampen GOB enthusiasm and fundraising. It’s what you do cycle after cycle. Good work, pal.

    191. Phil says:

      Hmmm

      Wonder what this is about? Baris tweets:

      Joe Scarborough had such a meltdown over the likely outcome on Tuesday that he just abused his wife on live television.

      Can’t wait to see the tape of that tantrum.

    192. Meldrim says:

      I wonder if Democrats and Leftists in the media would bother to cook polling numbers for months on end if all voting took place on Election Day instead of during an “election month.” Actually, I take that back, I don’t need to wonder: Yes, they’d still cook polling numbers so as to encourage Democrats to vote on Election Day and discourage Republicans from voting. Leftist pollsters would just publish their final poll on Election Day in an obscure part of their website so as not to affect Democrat turnout adversely but to be able to claim “see, we were right, and our poll captured that ‘late movement’ at the very end.”

    193. jason says:

      Yes, agenda polling is alive and well.

      But not only to discourage voters.

      Donors are probably the most affected, why would they fund a sure loser.

      So if you can build a narrative that a candidate is not going to win, you can fulfill the prophecy by ensuring that candidate will lag in funding.

    194. EML says:

      538 ups Republican chances of taking the House from 83% to 84%. In doing so, they shifted 6 seats towards the GOP:

      CA-09 Likely D -> Lean D
      IA-03 Tossup -> Lean R
      OR-05 Tossup -> Lean R
      CA-41 Likely R -> Safe R
      IA-01 Likely R -> Safe R
      MT-01 Likely R -> Safe R

    195. jason says:

      I am not a fan of Bolduc, but I hope he wins not only to give the GOP a strong majority but because I want to see Schumer’s strategy of funding him spectacularly backfire.

      If Bolduc wins, you can bet Dems will be reticent to try this again.

    196. jason says:

      OR-5 would be an example of the D deadenders shooting themselves in the foot. Yes, the Ds have deadenders too.

      They got rid of a DINO, but instead might elect an actual conservative.

      The Mikey Maneuver works for Dems too.

    197. Phil says:

      Oh, yeah. Bolduc winning on the back of Schumer primary money would be delicious.

    198. DW says:

      And the University of new Hampshire should be good for one final poll of Bolduc/Hassan race.

    199. Tina says:

      If Bolduc wins, I am sure rhe Hhrers negative on his candidacy will claim that they supported him all of this time,

    200. Tina says:

      The gop lost ga because of Mitchie and Karl Rove.

      Mitchie came out against stimulus 2.0.

      Baris had a whole segment on this at the time.

      It impacted independent voters in particular.

    201. DW says:

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010

      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.1
      GA: Warnock 45.8
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      WA: Murray 49.3
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 50.0 (was 49.5)
      WI: Johnson 50.2
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      FL: Rubio 51.0 (was 49.6)
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5

    202. Meldrim says:

      Chuck Morse was a far better candidate than Don Bolduc and would have made a better senator than him. I think (and fervently hope) that Bolduc will win. Both can be true.

    203. DW says:

      The unholy trinity of pollsters has spoken.

      Marist, CNN, and now Quinnipiac:

      Quinnipiac

      Biden Approval 36/53
      GCB R+3 (48 GOP 45 Dem)

      https://poll.qu.edu/

    204. jason says:

      Et tu, Quinn?

    205. jason says:

      Chuck Morse was a far better candidate than Don Bolduc and would have made a better senator than him. I think (and fervently hope) that Bolduc will win. Both can be true.”

      Amen.

    206. jason says:

      Mitchie came out against stimulus 2.0.”

      Good for him. I came out against it too.

    207. jason says:

      Cheney supports Pelosi for Speaker and wants Dem to keep the House.

      Actually, she is being honest. At least she is not pretending to be a R or conservative anymore. The truth will set you free.

      “When asked later in the interview whether the country would be better off with a Republican majority, Cheney rejected the idea, preferring the same leadership that’s suppressed energy production and sent inflation to new heights, among other fiascos.

      “People just need to understand what it will mean to have a Republican majority in the House of Representatives,” Cheney said. “The people who will be running the House of Representatives in a Republican majority will give authority and power to some of the most radical members of Congress and I don’t think that that’s good for the country.”

      Woodruff sought to clarify Cheney’s remarks before the soon-to-be ex-lawmaker cut off the moderator.

      “I think I’ll leave it the way I said it,” Cheney said.

      “We heard you,” Woodruff responded candidly.

    208. DW says:

      Headline: Biden to Deliver Unscheduled Speech Tonight

      My guess is along these lines: “I want to uh, you…uh, thank you all muh my sup…uh the voters who chose to send me to uh represent them in the senate. 1973 will bring us many challenges, and I uh, am am up to the task.”

    209. DW says:

      Swapping Cheney for Gabbard, do we get a player to be named later in the trade?

    210. jason says:

      Funny how the “true conservatives” now support reckless spending (Stimulus 2.0) just because McConnell opposed it.

      I love it here.

    211. jason says:

      Debbie Wasserman Schultz introduces Biden in Florida:

      “C’mon people, let’s wake up! We got the President of the United States in the house! C’mon now! […] Just wanted to make sure you’re still here.”

    212. jason says:

      Swapping Cheney for Gabbard, do we get a player to be named later in the trade?”

      Throw Kinzinger in too.

    213. EML says:

      The Quinnipiac poll is actually 48-44 (R+4, not R+3).

      This is a swing of 8 points from their last poll )43R 47D).

      AND it’s a REGISTERED VOTERS poll.

      AND 48 is the highest percentage Republicans have received on Q’s GCB question going back to at least December 2013.

    214. Phil says:

      Do we get a player to be named later?

      Uh, nope. The trade is already ridiculously in our favor.

      Liz, you are the most delusional, self-important politician in America – and that’s saying something.

    215. Phil says:

      Yeah, send Kinzinger with her. It will save the GOP the cost of tissues.

    216. Phil says:

      Nate continues his herding at 538.

      Republicans now at 53 on the Senate.

      The fraud doing what the fraud does.

    217. jason says:

      Yahoo Headline:

      “Biden Approval Ticks Up a Week Before Midterms”

      Then you read the story:

      “Jason Lange
      Tue, November 1, 2022 at 6:13 PM

      By Jason Lange

      WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s approval rating edged higher with just a week to go before U.S. midterm elections when his Democratic Party is expected to lose control of the House of Representatives, a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll completed on Tuesday found.

      The two-day national poll found that 40% of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance, a percentage point higher than a week earlier.

      Despite the increase, Biden’s approval rating remains near the lowest levels of his presidency, and his unpopularity is helping drive the view that Republicans will win control of the House and possibly also the Senate on Nov. 8.”

    218. jason says:

      The correct headline:

      “Biden approval still near the lows for his Presidency”

      A percentage point higher than a week earlier…

      These people are shameless.

    219. Phil says:

      Wow, talk about a misleading bullsh*t headline. That’s ridiculous but about what youd expect from Yahoo news. Amazing.

    220. jason says:

      Silverhack still in CYA mode.

      Moves Laxalt to 58/42
      Moves Masters to 34/66
      Moves Oz to 44/56
      Moves Walker to 55/45
      Moves Bolduc to 28/72
      Moves Smiley to 10/90

    221. Phil says:

      Wait a couple of days. You ain’t seen nothing yet.

    222. Meldrim says:

      #224, yeah, Nate will be takin’ care of business ….

    223. EML says:

      538 up to 85% chance Republicans take the House. And it comes with one seat change.

      AZ-01 Likely R -> Safe R

    224. DW says:

      AZ-01? Cook took a peek from under his toupee and thinks its still a tossup.

    225. Tgca says:

      181

      The GOP House also voted to keep Liz Cheney in power as well in the 1st confidence vote so what does that tell you about party leadership elections?

      Mitchie’s job is to 1st and foremost look out for the party’s BEST interest and not his own. As the GOP senate leader, he wields GREAT influence over which candidates to support and he should put his personal Trump vendetta aside or resign as the leader.

      People make mistakes at times and that is fine but he willfully and purposely tried to make certain more party popular candidates failed.

      He SUPPORTED Liz Cheney after all she did to destroy the GOP. He’s now doing the same with Murkowski who has vowed to support Dem positions and after voting for impeachment.

      That tells us all we need to know about Mitch and his allegiance to doing what’s best for the GOP.

    226. Gordon Allen says:

      Has anybody told Rasmussen without the Ras these Biden approval numbers?
      They’re getting lonely at the top( Biden approval)

    227. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #206-DW
      You should add the following two pollsters to the Holy Trinity. To wit:
      The Economist/YouGov- GCB is 49/49. Last week, D+3
      Politico/ Morning Consult- GCB is–drum role– D+5!,same as last week.

      Rasmussen(less) has not released any polling information today
      News Nation’s GCB is R+3

      Cyngal’s Ohio Tracking Poll has Vance +5.

    228. jason says:

      Mitchie’s job is to 1st and foremost look out for the party’s BEST interest and not his own.”

      I think he has done that for decades and that is why he is still leader.

      This is the problem when you want to ignore McConnell’s leadership for decades and focus on one or two things you disagree with.

      Self defeating.

      “Support for Liz Cheney”?

      Zzzzz…. she is not even a Senator, I would be more worried if McCarthy supported her, which he doesn’t.

    229. Tgca says:

      203

      Tina is correct!

      Mitch strategy failed, and the senate was lost on his watch while the GOP made gains in the House and elsewhere in the nation.

      He did as little as possible to help his party after the 2020 election into Jan and then basically sided with the Dems on the 2020 election narrative.

      That also drove morale down in the GOP and people refused to support GA GOP candidates in the runoff because they were furious with certain GOP leaders.

      Mitch has been a failure as the GOP leader since 2021 and outsmarted by Schumer.

    230. jason says:

      He’s now doing the same with Murkowski”

      So what? Murkowski’s opponent Chewbacca is a lightweight moron (my opinion, maybe it is McConnells too).

      Murkowski has served with McConnell for years and she is the R incumbent. I don’t agree with her vote on impeachment but I agree with her vote on the filibuster and HR1 and BBB.

      BFD if he supports her.

    231. DW says:

      Thanks Sheeple…I had called Marist, CNN and Quinnipiac the UNholy trinity only because…

      1) they are perceived as credible, reliable pollsters.
      2) they put out a lot of polls.
      3) they nearly always find great results for Drats.

      Economist/YouShove and Morning Insult are just jokes that don’t have any credibility. Even Silver doesn’t budge his numbers when they speak.

      Now the HOLY trinity of pollsters is Richard Baris, Trafalgar Group, and the third member a bit more debatable, but I would go with Wick Insights.

    232. jason says:

      Mitch has been a failure as the GOP leader since 2021 and outsmarted by Schumer.”

      BS.

      McConnell has outsmarted Schumer for years and years.

    233. Tgca says:

      231

      We are questioning Mitchie’s leadership since 2020, the strategizes he has employed, and his dedication and loyalty to the party.

      He has been an abysmal failure since 2020.

      I am right! You are wrong!

      If anyone doesn’t agree, they can GO TO HELL!

    234. jason says:

      Mitch has been a failure as the GOP leader since 2021 and outsmarted by Schumer.”

      A lie. McConnell thwarted Schumer time after time and held the GOP caucus together vote after vote.

      But with a 50/50 senate and Harris as tiebreaker, he can’t do miracles.

    235. DW says:

      YouShove out now with their generic ballot and its even at 49.

    236. jason says:

      If anyone doesn’t agree, they can GO TO HELL!”

      Hey Paul, can Tgca borrow some of your meds?

      Tks.

    237. DW says:

      Did Tgca just forget to change his handle to “Paul” and unwittingly admit he has been posting as Paul for fun over the last several months?

    238. jason says:

      “Anchor plays Fetterman’s disastrous answer on fracking from the debate, then asks “do you understand why people are questioning your ability to be our senator?”

      Fetterman: “No, I—I believe that, that my support of fracking has always been, been one that—in the past.”

    239. DW says:

      Headline: Biden to Deliver Unscheduled Speech Tonight

      My guess is along these lines: “I want to uh, you…uh, thank you all muh my sup…uh the voters who chose to send me to uh represent them in the senate. 1973 will bring us many challenges, and I uh, am am up to the task.”

      Another possibility for Biden’s speech:

      “Things don’t look good for the Democratic Party in next week’s election, so I have decided to cancel the election to give more time for my policies to kick in before I call for another election.”

    240. Meldrim says:

      “Politico/ Morning Consult- GCB is–drum role– D+5!,same as last week.”
      ______________

      Incredible as it may sound, Politico is still conducting polls of *registered voters*. The election is in less than a week!

    241. jason says:

      Ralston hack upset…”Damm”…

      “Clark firewall is at just under 23,000 ballots, or 7.8 percent, which is almost two points under registration. The Dem statewide lead is only 1.9 percent, or about a point under reg. Sure there’s no new mail, but under 2 percent! Damn.

      In 2018 at this time, the Clark firewall was 33,000 or 10,000 ballots more than it is now. It was almost 10 percent, or two points more than it is now. Absent some huge mail influx, that 7.8 percentage point lead won’t change much — and it is a real danger sign for statewide Dems.

      I have new rural numbers and they are ugly for the Dems and beautiful for the Rs: The lead there (and I am missing some county updates) is close to 17,000 ballots. Compare that to the Clark firewall and realize that the top Ds are probably losing there by 20,000 votes right now, and you see the problem.

      If I were the Dems right now, I’d be wary and pray for mail. If I am the Repubs, I’d feel pretty good, especially if you believe Election Day will be in their favor.”

    242. Wes says:

      Tgca says:
      November 2, 2022 at 9:43 am
      It’s NOT Mitchie’s money!

      You can just tell us you’re completely ignorant of how PACs work, Tg. You don’t have to post a comment flaunting your ignorance.

      The fact is that the person running a PAC has absolute control over how the PAC spends its money so long as the spending complies with applicable laws. Mitch McConnell owns Senate Leadership Fund. Every dime donated to it goes to whatever federal race he wants, no questions asked.

      He has every right to spend the money how he wants. You, having no stake in the PAC, have no right to tell him how to spend it.

    243. Tina says:

      Why is Biden doing another speech tonight about election deniers? He had that disastrous Pedo Hitler speech.

    244. DW says:

      He is doing the speech tonight because his handlers have put the words they want him to say on the teleprompter, and they are shoving him out there to…

      1) Deliver their message to the country, and
      2) Give Biden another chance to get lost on stage after he reads the words.

    245. Tina says:

      Capitol police had camers at pelosis home and missed the attack, per Fox.

      They are incompetent, like the Fib.

    246. Tgca says:

      Julie Powell wished death on the Unvaccinated… Then she died ‘suddenly’…

      Her post:
      I would argue that COVID does kill some of the right
      people. The anti-vaxxers/maskers are dying in legions.

      Karma got the skank!

      Wonder if she went to HELL.

    247. Tina says:

      Dw, we cannot ask for a better get out the vote effort than Pedo Hitler tonite.

    248. Tgca says:

      245

      So as usual, Wes tries to school others but misses the point entirely.

      People donate money hoping it will be used strategically to win. People don’t donate to have money wasted.

      As I said, the GOP leadership has GREAT influence over where and how to support candidates. Mitch has chosen to fight personal vendettas instead of trying to do what’s best for the GOP.

      Stick to giving back rubs Wes and leave politics to the big boys. Maybe if you throw in some happy endings at work you can save up enough to get training for a REAL job too.

      TYVM.

    249. Big E says:

      The speech will help the Rep party. It will remind people the dems do not care about their issues. There will be no talk of inflatiron other than platitudes. No talk of fuel shortages. No talk of 401k shrinkage. No talk of the coming real estate crisis. In short it will be tone death. It will only help if he pulls a Clinton and talks about feeling our pain. He is not capable of pulling that con off.

    250. DW says:

      BOOM!

      Emerson – Wisconsin

      Barnes 46%
      Johnson 51%

    251. DW says:

      Final Marquette is also out. Johnson ahead 50/48 and gov race tied at 48

      Johnson still safe..

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010
      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.1
      GA: Warnock 45.8
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 48.3
      WA: Murray 49.3
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      CO: Bennet 50.0
      WI: Johnson 50.0 (was 50.2)
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      FL: Rubio 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5

    252. Bitterlaw says:

      What time is Biden speaking? First pitch tonight is 8:03 so somebody else will have to report on it.

    253. Tgca says:

      Under Wes’ logic, Liz Cheney solicited voters to elect her as a GOP CongressCritter but she has every right to support the radical Dems instead of the GOP. It’s her prerogative. She owes the voters nuttin’! She can support whatever RADICAL Dem positions she wants.

    254. DW says:

      So Vance sits at a RCP average of +2.2 ahead of the Dem. His race is Lean R, but Johnson sits at +3.0 ahead of his challenger, and he is an incumbent sitting at 50.0 average, but his race is considered a Tossup.

    255. DW says:

      Ron Johnson has not trailed in ANY poll since 9/15, and yet his race is a tossup.

    256. DW says:

      0% chance Biden will mention tonight neither the Republican teenager who was mowed down and killed for being a Republican, nor the Republican baseball practice where a leftist started shooting and nearly killed Steve Scalise.

    257. Tgca says:

      D.C. to Legalize Public Urination

      The D.C. Council is expected to take the first of two votes Tuesday on a massive rewrite of its criminal code. If passed, the bill would eliminate most mandatory minimum sentences, allow for jury trials in almost all misdemeanor cases and reduce the maximum penalties for offenses such as burglaries, carjackings and robberies.

      …and nuisances like public urination too they quoted.

      https://www.frontpagemag.com/washington-d-c-to-legalize-public-urination/

    258. Wes says:

      She actually can, Tg. I didn’t know that was in dispute. Now of course her actions ultimately had repercussions, but she had every right to do as she did.

      I understand you have no knowledge of how PACs work, but Mitch McConnell has no obligation to do anything with the money SLF takes in but what he personally chooses.

      You clearly don’t understand this, but neither you nor any other person has any right to tell him how to spend that money.

      Strawmanning about Liz Cheney and her actions isn’t distracting from your pellucid ignorance of the subject.

    259. Tgca says:

      261

      Voters don’t donate or elect politicians to vote purposely against their needs.

      That’s the point you miss

    260. Wes says:

      If you keep building those strawmen, Tg, HHR’s going to look like a cornfield in a horror movie.

      This isn’t about voters. It’s about how a PAC spends its money. Mitch McConnell owns SLF. That means he owns the money donated to it and can spend it as he likes.

      If you have a problem with how he spends the money willingly given to his PAC, why don’t you start your own PAC and use it to fund candidates you like?

      You have no right to tell Mitch McConnell how to spend his money. You think you do, but you’re only egotistical and ignorant as evidenced by your posts.

      As I said, if you have a problem with what Mitch does, start your own PAC. Somehow though I think you are more likely to sit on the sidelines and kvetch about what someone else does than be proactive. You’re all bluster and no substance.

    261. jason says:

      Sorry, Bitter, on ESPN it says game was preempted for Biden speech.

    262. jason says:

      Under Wes’ logic, Liz Cheney solicited voters to elect her as a GOP CongressCritter but she has every right to support the radical Dems instead of the GOP. It’s her prerogative. She owes the voters nuttin’! She can support whatever RADICAL Dem positions she wants.”

      Sure she can.

      Of course it cost her leadership position and her seat in the House but it is certainly her every right to support whomever she wants.

      And McConnell can fund anyone he wants with HIS Pac, he is under no obligation to fund 100% litmus tested true conservatives.

    263. Gordon Allen says:

      The GOP leads the Democrats in early voting by 176,000 votes!!! in the State of Florida. And LEAD in early voting in Miami-Dade.
      Unheard of

    264. phoenixrisen says:

      Don’t know if anyone saw this poll yesterday. Stitt has opened up on Hofmeister per Emerson poll conducted yesterday for OK Governor which was tight for a while.

      Stitt 49
      Hofmeister 40

      Emerson — 1000 Likely Voters MoE 3.0, conducted 10/25-10/28

    265. EML says:

      The GOP leads the Democrats in early voting by 176,000 votes!!! in the State of Florida. And LEAD in early voting in Miami-Dade.
      Unheard of
      ===============================
      Yeah, I’ve been tracking the Florida early vote.

      Florida early voting stats

      2018
      D 40.5%
      R 39.9%
      NPA/O 19.6%

      2020
      D 39.1%
      R 37.7%
      NPA/O 23.2%

      2022
      D 37.8%
      R 43.2%
      NPA/O 19.0%

    266. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES TODAY

      MSN

      6 anti TRUMP, anti GOP
      _________________________
      AOL

      5 anti TRUMP, anti GOP

      *********************************
      I think the MSM knows the D campaign strategy isn’t working.

    267. Tina says:

      It will be Mega/Maga dark speech 2.0.

      I am sure the Russian Hoaxer and the Clinton Groupie will love it.

    268. Chicon says:

      Wes says:
      November 2, 2022 at 8:39 am
      Chicon, you’re a despicable bum who should do the human race the enormous favor of deleting yourself from the gene pool to increase humanity’s average IQ.*

      Now I need $1000. When I can expect to get it from you?

      That’s effectively what Masters, Bolduc, and Tshibaka did, yet McConnell is the bad guy for being cool to their candidacies. I like how McConnell is supposed to supinely accept piling on by candidates who haven’t even won their respective races yet and open the money spigot for them.

      *The above is an example only. It is not remotely reflective of what I think about Chicon.

      That’s well played, Wes (the last sentence was especially well-written)! I was just explaining what I thought Mitch was doing; I don’t really blame him.

    269. Phil says:

      So, with inflation being far and away the overwhelmingly most important issues to Voters Biden is going to go before voters with another threat to our democracy speech. Good luck with that, Joe.

      I guess the only strategy is to use it to distract voters from inflation, crime and the border. Problem is they are trying to distract with an issue no one cares about relative to the other things deemed more important by the electorate.

      Seriously, that’s all they got?

    270. Transparent Dem Troll says:

      I was forwarded a copy of the speech that Biden’s team is having him read tonight:

      Hola. That’s Spanish for hello. Sup. That is inner-city for hello. You can see that I am pandering to you tonight in my effort to unite the country.

      You see the mid-term elections are coming up on Tuesday, and it is critical that the country be united against these few radical trouble-makers in the United States called Republicans. I know, you would have thought that by now there wouldn’t be any more of these anti-science, racist, homophobic, back-woods perpetrators of violence, but they are out there and they must be stopped once and for all.

      The reason tonight that I have pandered to you Latinos and African Americans is because I am shocked to have to report that the polls show some of you are so stupid as to have been influenced by these Republicans, and that you might even vote for them. Don’t do it! Stay united to the cause to which your people have been dedicated for so many decades; electing and re-electing rich powerful Democrats while you stay where your kind belong, locked up in the ghettos eating garbage for food, learning nothing in ‘schools’ and living in squalid cockroach filled apartment complexes. We all have our roles to fulfill and your role is to vote and our role as your leaders is to enjoy being in power.

      I know we have doubled the price of food, gasoline, heating costs, and everything else, and I know that we are claiming ownership of your children, and as a bonus we have added a surge in crime in nearly every community in which you live. It is hard to compare that record with any prior administration, and we take great pride in this achievement. So you can see how shocked we are to learn that some of you are listening to Republican lies. And what a future your children will have under our leadership as we will encourage you to abort or sterilize all of them.

      And so tonight, as I conclude, I call on all Americans to unite together with me, to rid our communities of remaining Republicans once and for all. I call on Latinos and African-Americans to come back home to where you belong, and lets get this done because we in the Democratic Party leadership have no other useful skills other than leading the country by turning it into a third-world cesspool that you can be proud of.

      Good night.

      Transparent Dem Biden

    271. jason says:

      Transparent Dem Troll too busy writing speeches for Biden instead of trying to find us better trolls.

    272. jason says:

      That’s well played, Wes”

      Be careful, wes is not used to compliments, might short circuit.

    273. jason says:

      Isn’t Biden “interfering with elections” by making partisan speeches a few days before the election.

      If this isn’t billed as a campaign speech Rs should get equal time.

    274. jason says:

      Reuters, independent journalism….

      “…The ruling is a win for Republicans, who filed the case and who have been fighting to eliminate ballots with incorrect information on them in an effort they say is meant to ensure election security. Democrats say the lawsuits are really efforts to disallow votes and could sway tight races.

      …The question of whether ballots with small errors such as a missing date on the envelope or a signature that does not precisely match the one a voter used when registering to vote has been hotly contested in recent elections in Pennsylvania.

      Reuters now decides what is “small errors”. Non-matching signatures is a “small error”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    275. NYCmike says:

      “Be careful, wes is not used to compliments, might short circuit.”

      -Another persons hand clapping him on the back in a complimentary gesture would interfere with his own ……

    276. Tina says:

      “The inflation picture has become more and more challenging over the course of this year. That means we have to have policy more restrictive, and that narrows the path to a soft landing.”

      Fed chairperson.

    277. Chicon says:

      Robbie must be out of material, eh?

    278. Tgca says:

      263

      So deciding what candidates the GOP leaders should support is not about voters?

      The GOP senate leader can tell the voters to GFY? Mitchie will decide who should be the nominee and voters will like it or not?

      …but voters are expected to keep sending donations?

      Is that the political process you’re advocating?

    279. DW says:

      Robbie has not been back since he humiliated himself by jumping on the MAGA hammer angle, way out over his skis, only to learn after he posted that the perpetrator was an illegal alien far left kook stoned on drugs.

    280. jason says:

      The nudist activist crackpot was sent to hammer Paul Pelosi by Mark Lindell.

      I read it here on HHR.

    281. EML says:

      https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2022/11/02/coming-home-white-suburban-women-flocking-back-to-the-gop-in-huge-numbers-n1642074

      -It takes them a little longer than the men……
      ==============================
      No surprise, really. Trump drove away suburban white women. Now that he’s not President or on the ballot, they are coming back. This was evidenced back in 2021. All the more reason we need to move on from Trump.

    282. Gordon Allen says:

      Whose going to watch Biden’s speech?
      Not a soul who isn’t a hard core lefty Democrat.
      Move the needle? Like zero.
      The Dems are transparently desperate.
      Good

    283. jason says:

      Is that the political process you’re advocating?”

      I know you don’t believe in free markets and capitalism, but this is how it works.

      McConnell’s PAC asks donors for funds. Donors voluntarily contribute to his PAC. McConnells PAC distributes the funds to candidates as he sees fit.

      As suggested above, you can start your own PAC and give 100% of it to 100% litmus tested true conservatives if you want.

      You are right, if you don’t like his choices, you can GFY.

      Now GFY.

    284. jason says:

      Bitter will watch it. He has a cast iron stomach for wokism and political BS.

    285. jason says:

      Trump drove away suburban white women. Now that he’s not President or on the ballot, they are coming back. This was evidenced back in 2021. All the more reason we need to move on from Trump.”

      Zzzzzzz……

    286. NYCmike says:

      “Is that the political process you’re advocating?”

      -They run cover for McConnell better than The Iron Dome does for Israel.

      One day soon he will be gone, and they will defend the next “stalwart conservative Republican” who ascends to leadership and maintains that position for decades without question……..like Democrats do.

    287. Tgca says:

      I guess Jadon and Wes agree that you can use voters to get elected but then not do the job they expected you to do in accordance with historical expectations.

      So why can’t police refuse to respond to a call or serve the public when the public is in danger?

      Why can’t firemen decide not to put out fires?

      Why can’t teachers decide not to teach students?

      All these folks can just refuse to do their jobs they were hired to do and you have to stop complaining about them not doing their expected jobs and just wait eventually for them to be fired when people tire of it?

      I guess PUBLIC SERVICE has evolved to a different meaning these days that doesn’t mean trying to do the will of public you serve.

    288. EML says:

      No sense arguing with tgca using facts and logic. He is a complete moron who can’t be reasoned with.

    289. Wes says:

      Endlessly creating strawmen is the sign of weak arguments, Tg. Everyone who contributes to a PAC knows the PAC owner will spend the money as he chooses.

      If contributors don’t like how McConnell spends the money sent to SLF, they have the option of not making future contributions.

      Given the fact that SLF has had enough money coming in this cycle to spend over $200 million on various races, obviously the people donating have not had a problem with what McConnell is doing.

      You just don’t like what he’s chosen to do with his PAC money. That’s why you have to make your strawman arguments–and literally outright lie claiming the money SLF brings in doesn’t belong to Mitch McConnell.

      You could start your own PAC as a counter to SLF and spend money on the candidates you want to see funded. You’d rather take the easy way out and demand someone else do with his money what you want.

      I have news for you. You don’t own the money in SLF’s bank account, nor have you any right to tell Mitch what he should do with it, your increasingly flailing strawman arguments notwithstanding.

    290. jason says:

      The GOP can commit political suicide by being the party of “suburban white women” if it wants.

      Let’s go back to the elitist country club strategy that worked so well in the past.

      Screw the working class! Who needs the great unwashed!

    291. NYCmike says:

      “Nearly 2 million white suburban women who had voted for Trump in 2016 voted for Biden in 2020. And it wasn’t so much the numbers as it was where those extra votes for Biden were cast.

      The three northern battleground states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin that Trump flipped Republican in 2016 swung back to the Democrats in 2020, largely because suburban women in key counties flipped from Republican to Democratic. The same was true in Georgia and Arizona. Biden squeaked by in Georgia on the basis of narrow leads in several white-collar counties of Atlanta.”

      -Does EML give Trump credit for getting them to vote for him in 2016?

      A Republican Congress will hopefully push every single Trump policy that Biden reversed.

      If Biden signs the legislation, it’s better for the country. Will his base allow that?

      If he vetoes the legislation, it sets up Republicans (Trump?) to run on those same issues for 2024.

      In the meantime, EML can get help for his TDS.

    292. Wes says:

      Tg, SLF is NOT a public organization. It is a privately funded SuperPAC created for the explicit purpose of advancing the political goals of one Mitch McConnell. It had had huge income and expenditures this year, obviously meaning the people contributing to it are happy with what McConnell is doing.

      You’re becoming more and more unhinged with your non sequiturs, fallacious statements, and strawmanning.

    293. EML says:

      Bring back sururban white women won Virginia for Youngkin. We can have both the blue collar vote and the suburban vote as long as Trump isn’t the nominee.

    294. jason says:

      I guess Jadon and Wes agree that you can use voters to get elected but then not do the job they expected you to do in accordance with historical expectations.”

      Actually, this is partially correct.

      Our system is not one where you poll every issue and that decides it. It is not a government of referendums.

      We elect politicians, but they vote on bills/ issues and make decisions.

      If we don’t like those decisions, we can vote them out. If KY voters don’t agree with McConnell, they can vote him out. If the R Caucus doesn’t agree with him, they can vote him out.

      But you are right, there is no obligation for politicians to vote a certain way. None. Nada. Zilch. Zero.

    295. Wes says:

      So, Mikey, obviously you agree with Tg. Explain to me how the money SLF has raised is not Mitch McConnell’s to do with as he chooses.

    296. Tina says:

      Yikes chairman owl just said that there is no sense that inflation is coming down.

      Fed raises rates by .75.

    297. jason says:

      Bring back sururban white women won Virginia for Youngkin. We can have both the blue collar vote and the suburban vote as long as Trump isn’t the nominee.”

      Repeating this drivel and garbage over and over a la Goebbels doesn’t make it true. The analogy is intellectual dishonesty at its worse.

      If we could “have had the blue collar vote” and the suburban vote how come we didn’t have it before Trump? How come it took Trump to win WI, PA and MI blue collar vote after decades of not winning?

      The Youngkin analogy is just cheap TDS. Youngkin won because of Trump’s endorsement and a massive vote in the Trump counties AND the educational issue that allowed him to peal off some suburban votes. That gave him a meager 60k vote win.

      The fact is Youngkin LOST the NOVA suburbs, it was not even close.

      If Youngkin had pursued a “let’s win the suburbs” he would have lost big.

      Youngkin was smarter than EML. No surprise there.

    298. Tina says:

      The republican congress will push more crs; amnesty for illegals; etc.

      We have seen 2 years of appeasement. All we need is Paulo Ryan back.

    299. Tgca says:

      288

      So by your logic, Biden as POTUS can implement any policies not challenged as illegal he wants, no matter how destructive to the US and you will respect his right to do so and if people don’t like it, they can just STFU and run for POTUS themselves. Is that your point?

      So if Biden gives a national address and invites ILLEGALS to come to America in mass to make us more diverse and address past wrongs and he will welcome them with open arms and ensure our borders remain open for them, that’s his right? No one should complain and should simply STFU and run for POTUS if they feel otherwise?

      You will support Biden as his right to do so even if the vast majority of Americans did not elect him to do that?

    300. jason says:

      and the suburban vote as long as Trump isn’t the nominee.”

      Trump was the only R to win in what, almost the last 20 years.

      But EML is just positive he shouldn’t be the nominee. Not only that, EML is positive we don’t need Trump’s voters either.

      Bring back Romney and the ghost of John McCain, maybe.

    301. Wes says:

      Tg’s so desperate now he’s literally comparing voluntary contributions to a political PAC to supporting extra constitutional acts committed by a President.

      I could make a whole series of scarecrow movies out of the strawmen Tgca is erecting in this debate.

    302. Tgca says:

      299

      I do not disagree that politicians can’t please all but my point is that they should do their basic job or resign from it.

      Mitch, as the GOP leader, is expected to move Heaven and Earth to ensure the GOP’ best interests are implemented, not his personal agenda.

      The same with any appointed or elected official. They’re there to serve the public and not themselves.

    303. jason says:

      So by your logic, Biden as POTUS can implement any policies not challenged as illegal”

      Elections have consequences.

      and if people don’t like it, they can just STFU and run for POTUS themselves. Is that your point?”

      Or they can vote for another candidate, yes.

    304. jason says:

      Mitch, as the GOP leader, is expected to move Heaven and Earth to ensure the GOP’ best interests are implemented, not his personal agenda.”

      That is your OPINION.

      I don’t agree with it, I think McConnell DOES have the GOP’s (and the country’s) interest at heart.

    305. Wes says:

      I’m going out now to enjoy a ribeye, some wine, and a cigar.

      Someone else is going to have to decipher the tortuous arguments Tgca is making about political contributions.

    306. jason says:

      Tg’s so desperate now he’s literally comparing voluntary contributions to a political PAC to supporting extra constitutional acts committed by a President.”

      Yeah, I noticed that major goalpost move.

    307. jason says:

      McConnell choose what senate candidates to support.

      Biden invites millions of illegals to the US in violation of US laws.

      Somehow in Tgca’s twisted reasoning, these two statements are somewhat analogous.

    308. EML says:

      But EML is just positive he shouldn’t be the nominee. Not only that, EML is positive we don’t need Trump’s voters either.
      =============================
      You’re going down the tgca path now, putting words into my mouth that I never said. And they’re not Trump voters, they’re Republican voters now. Thanks to Trump. But they ain’t going to be voting Dem any time soon.

    309. DW says:

      Susquehanna – PA Senate

      Fetterwoman 47
      Oz 48

    310. EML says:

      The fact is Youngkin LOST the NOVA suburbs, it was not even close.
      ============================
      There are more suburbs than just NOVA, numbnuts. Suburbs are 60% of Virginia voters and Youngkin won them by 7 points while Trump lost by 8. Many states we can’t win by abandoning suburban voters.

    311. jason says:

      But they ain’t going to be voting Dem any time soon”

      Ah yes, let’s just take their vote for granted.

      Brilliant.

      No wonder Rs lose so many elections.

    312. DW says:

      Suffolk – PA Senate

      Fetterwoman 47
      Oz 45

      Their prior poll was Fetterwoman +6

    313. EML says:

      Ah yes, let’s just take their vote for granted.
      =============================
      You’re taking for granted that they will vote for Trump again. Millions of 2016 Trump voters already abandoned him, even more will do so if he runs again in 2024. Why take that risk when there are better options.

    314. jason says:

      “Many states we can’t win by abandoning suburban voters”

      Talk about putting words in someone’s mouth

      Rs can no longer win presidential elections with a suburban vote strategy. Without working class votes in swing states, specifically the rust belt/upper midwest, there is no path for Republicans.

      I maybe numbnuts, but you are stuck in the era long gone where Rs could win with a coalition of rural votes and suburban votes. But that coalition has been shaky since at least 1992 and Rs have lost the popular vote in 7 of the last 9 elections.

      To you everything is based on TDS, that rules your psyche and analysis.

      But the fact is there is no path forward for the GOP without not only working class votes, but Hispanic and black votes too.

      White suburban women is a strategy for the 1950’s.

    315. jason says:

      Millions of 2016 Trump voters already abandoned him”

      Trump 2016 – 65.8 million votes

      Trump 2020 74.2 million votes

      TDS is really a horrible disease, makes people irrational.

      What doomed Trump in 2020 were minute changes in the distribution of the vote, not the total vote.

      He got hundreds of thousands of votes more in FL for example, but was 12k short in GA. He won Ohio by half a million votes, but came up 20k short in WI (if you believe these numbers, of course).

    316. DW says:

      Emerson – NC

      Budd 51
      Beasley 46

    317. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #317- DW
      This poll has a PID of D+5. In 2020, the PID for PA was R+1.

      https://www.suffolk.edu/academics/research-at-suffolk/political-research-center/polls/other-states

    318. Cash Cow TM says:

      And with the NOW expected R sweep and R majorities in both House and Senate here is my prediction of the BAD shoe that will drop.

      ********************************************

      Trump will read the 2022 election results as an endorsement of HIM (of course!) and make the blunderous decision that he WILL run for POTUS in 2024.

      So the nation and R party will be hopelessly mired in Trump and all the controversies he drags along with him during the primaries. Sigh.

      The Dems will have Trump tied in knots in multiple court cases forever and Trump will be further tarnished.

      Trump running will bring in HUGE amounts of cash into D election coffers (and motivated volunteers) as the Ds will have their most profitable R running for POTUS and back in the limelight.

      About 15% of Rs (like Walt and millions of women like Mrs. Walt) will NOT vote for Trump because he is incompetent and nutz–even if the Ds are insane). The dislike, distaste and hatred of Trump is DEEP and broad. He is a HUGE force of division in the U.S. and within the R party.

      The Conservative MOVEMENT is bigger than one (very flawed and old) PERSON (who is not a true conservative anyway).

      For heaven sakes, Desantis is a FAR better (and younger) person, proven track record political leader, and articulate SPOKESPERSON for the sane conservative movement that the very inarticulate and often foolish Trump who would rather throw hand grenades at his own troops and tries to smear and destroy leaders in his own party with his junior high antics if they disagree with him on anything. Trump is NOT the best face for the GOP. Having a victory and being vindictive are his two top goals.

      For God sakes, I hope R voters will NOT vote for Trump in the primaries–but FEAR they will and he will win the primaries and nomination.

      ************************************************
      –Worst case scenario:
      Trump loses in 2024 and we get another D president for 4 more years and Walt moves to Canada and lets me loose in the woods here in WV to be a feral cow.

      –Not quite as bad scenario:
      Trump wins in 2024 and either House or Senate flip back to Ds in 2024 (and/or 2026) so sensible conservative things cannot get done and we are back to continual gridlock.

      –Further up/down the list of bad scenarios:
      Trump wins in 2024 but due to age and goofiness will not run 2028. But he has screwed things up so bad that we have nobody running who can win after the nation goes through another 4 more years of Trump fatigue. So. we get another D POTUS in 2028.

      Plus, if Trump wins in 2024, what competent person in their right mind would accept a cabinet position or other federal government appt. under unstable Trump and work in Trump’s white house?

    319. EML says:

      Rs can no longer win presidential elections with a suburban vote strategy.
      =============================
      You’re talking idiotic nonsense now. What’s a suburban strategy?

      Suburban voters are in the majority in this country. You can’t completely abandoned 60% of the population, as you advocate, to appeal to the 15% rural voters.

      Your nonsensical theory, shared by the other Heavily Accented Genius, is that there are a large numbers of voters of certain demographics that will vote for Trump and only Trump. Eg, I was told that Hispanic voters will only vote for Trump because he has machismo. That’s why he did so well in South Texas and South Florida.

      But now that we are in the post-Trump era, the movement of Hispanics to the GOP is continuing unabated. Miami-Dade is going to go Republican for the first time in 2 decades. DeSantis is far outperforming Trump. And it’s conceivable that Republicans will win all 3 South Texas seats.

      Your theory that there are Trump voters, not Republican voters flies in the face of facts and reality and has fallen apart. Stop spouting this Fake News as if it’s gospel.

    320. NYCmike says:

      https://redstate.com/sister-toldjah/2022/11/02/tom-cotton-owns-cbs-mornings-anchor-in-tense-exchange-over-paul-pelosi-attack-n652933

      -Tom Cotton would be a good choice for Majority Leader.

      Mitch should move aside for the younger generation.

    321. NYCmike says:

      “Trump wins in 2024 but due to age and goofiness will not run 2028.”

      -Would he be eligible to run again in 2028 if he wins in 2024?

    322. jason says:

      I prefer Mitch but if Cotton wins I would be ok with that.

    323. jason says:

      You’re talking idiotic nonsense now.”

      Heh, this from someone who just said Trump lost votes between 2016 and 2020.

    324. EML says:

      Heh, this from someone who just said Trump lost votes between 2016 and 2020.
      ==========================
      Did you miss earlier where 2 million suburban white females switched from Trump 2016 to Biden 2020?

    325. jason says:

      But now that we are in the post-Trump era, the movement of Hispanics to the GOP is continuing unabated. Miami-Dade is going to go Republican for the first time in 2 decades. DeSantis is far outperforming Trump. And it’s conceivable that Republicans will win all 3 South Texas seats.”

      Yeah, that all happened in a vacuum, huh? By accident? One day all these people woke up and said hey I want to be a Republican?

      Who should we thank, Mitt Romney?

      You really think that attacking Trump and his voters are a way to win elections.

      You are a TDS moron, sorry. You should know better.

    326. Meldrim says:

      “Would he be eligible to run again in 2028 if he wins in 2024?”
      ____________

      No.

    327. Meldrim says:

      I think that it is possible for a Republican to win blue-collar voters (which we absolutely need in a presidential election, as well as in most statewide and legislative elections) without pissing off so many suburban voters as to cost him the election. Peeing in the corn flakes of suburbanites is not a good way of putting together a winning electoral coalition.

    328. jason says:

      Did you miss earlier where 2 million suburban white females switched from Trump 2016 to Biden 2020?”

      You certainly missed the millions of working class voters who switched from Obama to Trump and actually made a difference in the election.

      White suburban women are trending liberal and have been for years. They are a product of our educational system. Until that changes, the trend will not be favorable to Rs, even if it fluctuates between election cycles.

      The GOP has an opportunity to expand its base into working class people, small business owners of all races.

      But hey, let’s throw it away because of TDS.

      I am so happy I am not a Republican anymore, because this IS the thinking of the elitist suburbanites that still dominate the party.

    329. EML says:

      Who should we thank, Mitt Romney?
      =========================
      As I have said many times, we have Trump to thank for kickstarting blue collar and Hispanic voters over to the GOP.

      But here’s the difference between me and you HAGs (and other brainwashed Trump cultists). We both acknowledge Trump’s successes and accomplishments. But you can’t acknowledge his shortcomings and failures, whereas I can. You also deny obvious facts, such as the blue collar and Hispanic vote continuing to flock to the GOP post-Trump.

      Trump has a problem with female voters. It cost us the presidency in 2020. This is obvious to anyone who isn’t a cultist. Also obvious is that Trump isn’t the only one who can win the blue collar and Hispanic vote. It is easy to acknowledge this factual information, but like any other cultist, it goes against your religion so you deny it. Just like a flat earther.

    330. NYCmike says:

      “I am so happy I am not a Republican anymore, because this IS the thinking of the elitist suburbanites that still dominate the party.”

      -McConnell, Thune, Cornyn, Rove/Bush called…..

    331. jason says:

      I think that it is possible for a Republican to win blue-collar voters”

      How? By pretending it was not Trump that has succeeded in capturing a significant part of this demographic?

      By attacking and disparaging working class voters because not doing so is going to offend “white suburban women”?

    332. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Maybe Biden will mention this incident tonight:

      “BREAKING: Just now, several women interrupted oral arguments inside the Supreme Court chamber to denounce Dobbs decision that repealed Roe v Wade! SCOTUS cut off livestream. One woman says “We will restore our freedom to choose!”

    333. mnw says:

      NYC

      Isles are catching the Blues at the perfect time– Blues are collapsing.

    334. jason says:

      “I am so happy I am not a Republican anymore, because this IS the thinking of the elitist suburbanites that still dominate the party.”

      -McConnell, Thune, Cornyn, Rove/Bush called…..”

      Cotton is different?

      Zzzz…….

    335. EML says:

      I think that it is possible for a Republican to win blue-collar voters”

      How? By pretending it was not Trump that has succeeded in capturing a significant part of this demographic?
      ===========================
      It’s not only possible, it was done by both Youngkin and Cittarelli in 2021.

    336. EML says:

      In fact, Youngkin and Cittarelli did better with blue collar voters than Trump did.

    337. Tgca says:

      Neither Jadon or Wes address the main point all of us that are dissatisfied with Mitch have:

      Should Mitch disregard the will of the GOP in employing the best strategy to win GOP seats or should he hold personal grudges and pursue vendettas at the expense of the GOP?

      That is the issue we have with Mitch and why he is one of the most unpopular politicians out there, including within his own party.

    338. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This chaotic situation is unacceptable to all woke Americans:

      “Democracy experts warn that democracy is under threat like never before as millions are being allowed to say whatever they want to each other without trusted fact-checkers supervising their every word. Said experts are recommending greater powers be given to the Department of Homeland Security to address this growing threat.”

      BB

    339. Tgca says:

      There was no goal post moving. Typical BS to distract from you not being able address the issue many in the GOP have with Mitch.

      The issue was NEVER whether Mitch has the freedom to do what he wants but rather is he doing what’s best for the party in his role as the senate GOP leader.

      Mitchie has the freedom to whack off to Liz Cheney and go on TV defending her against the GOP and Trump but that does not address whether it’s in the best interest of the GOP and whether as the senate GOP leader he should do that.

    340. EML says:

      Neither Jadon or Wes address the main point all of us that are dissatisfied with Mitch have:

      Should Mitch disregard the will of the GOP in employing the best strategy to win GOP seats or should he hold personal grudges and pursue vendettas at the expense of the GOP?
      =================================
      What you refuse to acknowledge is that this is not the point of McConnell’s PAC. What you are talking about is the NRSC, which is led by Rick Scott. Anyone who wants to give to the NRSC is free to do so, and anyone who wants to give to the SLF is also free to do so.

    341. EML says:

      The issue was NEVER whether Mitch has the freedom to do what he wants but rather is he doing what’s best for the party in his role as the senate GOP leader.
      ============================
      If you don’t like how Mitch spends SLF money, then give to the NRSC.

    342. Big E says:

      Would and should do not always intersect. There is a civil war going on in both parties. The establishment wing on both sides of aisle are trying trying to keep their phony baloney jobs. Time will dictate the winner.

    343. Tgca says:

      Wes likes to mock WV and NJ voters for electing officials who push an agenda against their best interests but he does EXACTLY the same with Mitchy.

      Why is it different when Mitchy pushes an agenda against the best interests of the GOP and NJ and WV senators push agendas against the best interests of their voters?

      Is Wes finally admitting that he is as DUMB or maybe DUMBERER than NJ and WV voters?

    344. EML says:

      Sabato’s Crystal Ball has a House ratings update. Pretty small. Monday will be the final update. Ratings changes:

      FL-23 Safe D -> Likely D
      NJ-11 Safe D -> Likely D
      IL-06 Likely D -> Lean D
      CO-08 Tossup -> Lean R
      KS-03 Tossup -> Lean D

    345. Tina says:

      I believe it was the position by some here that Trump “needed to spend some $$$.” The not your PAC was not valid.

      John Basham ??
      @JohnBasham
      ·
      1h
      REPORT: #Trump’s Make America Great Again PAC Has Been Pouring Money Into #MAGA Candidates While #RINO
      @LeaderMcConnell
      Refuses To Help Them With His PAC!
      Trump Spent $2.8 Million In 4 Senate Races:
      #AZ $932,498
      #GA $926,425
      #PA $860,714
      #NV $102,500
      $14.8 MILLION This Cycle!

    346. Tgca says:

      345

      No! We were talking about Mitchy purposely trying to harm the f favored GOP candidates, everything from not supporting them financially to demonizing their candidacy to poor strategy costing the GOP the senate in 2020.

      Remember his recent derogatory comments about candidate quality that got wide coverage in lib circles?

      If he can’t support the GOP’s best interests, he should resign his position. It’s that simple!

      Mitch cares about his leadership role, nothing else. He routinely works against the GOP with his support and comments.

    347. Tina says:

      Mitchie quit in July.

      He should be fired.

      He won’t be,

      He should not be praised or slobbered over..

      He got censured by Ak Rs for his stupidity.

    348. Tgca says:

      Liz Cheney worked against the GOP best interests in her leadership role with her hostile and derogatory views and comments against others in the GOP.

      She was booted out of her leadership role for that so why not apply the same standards to Mitchy?

    349. DW says:

      BOOM

      Civiqs (D) – Arizona

      Masters 49
      Kelly 49

      Lake up 50-48

      This gets a BOOM because its a Dem leaning pollster.

    350. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      It is interesting how many polls are claiming a sudden Republican surge immediately prior to the election:

      “4 point shift to the Republicans in a Week

      Generic Congressional Ballot:

      Democrats 49%
      Republicans 49%”

      .@YouGovAmerica/@TheEconomist, 1,101 LV, 10/29-11/1
      https://docs.cdn.yougov.com/sp4h6s0adp/econTabReport.pdf

    351. Wes says:

      Tina, should you be praised for lying and saying McConnell helped Biden scuttle a judicial nomination Mitch actually supported?

    352. EML says:

      Mitch wants to be Senate Majority Leader. That’s the purpose of his PAC. He will do what he thinks needs to be done for him to get back to Majority Leader. If you don’t want that, don’t donate.

      He has a point with candidate recruitment. I think Republicans left a lot to be desired. Usually, there’s a working up the ladder situation. We had a lot of people in line who declined, so we nominated a bunch of people to the head of the line without any idea of how they will perform. This includes Herschel, Oz, Vance, Masters, and Bolduc. [Laxalt an exception here, he is probably the best candidate possible].

      I AM PUTTING THIS IN CAPS SO THAT YOU READ IT INSTEAD OF PUTTING WORDS IN MY MOUTH. I think all 5 of them win this year, in a favorable year for Republicans. My concern is 2028 when they are up for re-election. They have 6 years to define the narrative, but we don’t really know what we have until we elect them (that’s a Pelosi reference). It’s a shame that we couldn’t get established politicos in some of these seats, but it is what it is.

    353. Tina says:

      Mitchie also cost us 2 ga seats because of his other stupidity.

      Buts it’s his PAC.

    354. Tgca says:

      Jadon, the vile meat-eating, ABORTION supporting, ILLEGAL immigrant advocate and China sycophant is totally wrong on Mitchy but correctly supports my position on Trump and the working class voters.

      The white suburban women are fickle voters who will vacillate between issues the Dems and GOP support, usually abandoning the GOP only when they’re frightened their comfy lifestyle is at risk but they are not reliable conservative voters.

      I am right on both these accounts and if you don’t like it, you can GO TO HELL!

    355. Tina says:

      0-5

      You are having a bad month.

      But it’s his pac.

      Lol

    356. EML says:

      It is interesting how many polls are claiming a sudden Republican surge immediately prior to the election:
      ===============================
      It’s infuriating. The polling industry will say, “Well, polls are only a snapshot in time and not a prediction of future events. That’s why we ask, If an election were held today…”. But you know there’s no election today. The election is in November. It’s because they want to be able to manipulate the results up until the one that matters (the last one before the election).

      I said it the other day. What the polls are finding now is actually what the state has been all along. They’ve just been fudging results the whole time.

    357. Tina says:

      Last month, trump need3d to spend,

      It was not “but it’s his pac.”

      This month, it’s Mitchies pac.

      Lol.

    358. EML says:

      So tgca never denied that he has been posting under an alt account for the past few months.

    359. Wes says:

      Tina lies again. You literally don’t know how to tell the truth, do you, Tina?

      You yourself posted a Tweet saying Biden didn’t advance a nomination Mitch McConnell actually supported. Then you lied and claimed you had simply misread the Tweet.

      Maybe someone needs to put some truth serum in your limoncellos to ensure you actually can tell the truth.

    360. Tgca says:

      358

      So you think Mitchy is right on AK?

      Voters prefer Tsibaka by large margins but Mitchy supports the Dem-lite Murkowski.

      He did the same with Cheney? He preferred her and supported her.

      He knows as a GOP leader, he has influence but he went against the GOP in both these examples.

    361. Tina says:

      You are the liar.

      You falsely called me a racist.

      Scumbag

    362. Tgca says:

      363

      Good point Tina.

      People criticizing Trump holding back all this money in his PAC.

      They sang a different tune then they sing with Mitchy.

      Trump should spend his PAC money on candidates so they can win.

      Mitchy can do what he wants with his PAC money.

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

    363. Wes says:

      Lying Tina is still a lying scumbag.

      Can you even spell truth, Lying Tina, or is that not a word Gateway Pundit taught you?

    364. Tina says:

      Yup, that is what they did a month ago.

      It was not but it’s trumps pac.

      Now, it’s but it’s mitchies pac.

      They cannot keep their sheot Straight.

    365. Tgca says:

      EML can GO TO HELL and take all those suburban white women with him!

    366. EML says:

      Trump PAC has spent $16 million, mostly at the end of the cycle when ad buys are through the roof.

      McConnell’s PAC has spent $150 million+.

    367. Tina says:

      And they falsely lie saying that I made a racist comment about Mitchies spouse.

      3 weeks and counting, provide the link.

    368. Wes says:

      Tgca is almost as big a liar as Lying Tina. Tshibaka leads Murkowski in exactly no polls–though she does tie her in one:

      https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/senate/2022/alaska/

    369. Tina says:

      It’s trumps pac though like it’s mitchies,

      What are the value of his speeches?

    370. Tina says:

      Provide the link where I made a racist comment about Mitchies spouse.

      Where is it, scumbag?

    371. EML says:

      Tgca says:
      November 2, 2022 at 6:21 pm
      EML can GO TO HELL and take all those suburban white women with him!
      ===========================
      Only gay, non-Christian Catholics go to hell. You’re going to love it.

    372. Wes says:

      Poor Lying Tina. She gets caught in her lies and tries to deflect, lashing out like an overgrown baby. Must be nice living in a fact-free world, Lying Tina.

    373. Tgca says:

      360

      I meant abandoning Dems

      Many of these suburban white women voters are also fine with the drag queens and trannies indoctrinating their kids but God help you if you send a mean tweet.

    374. EML says:

      How was the steak and wine. I had halupki and a Sam Adams.

    375. Tina says:

      Thought so, cannot provide the link,

      At least bitterlaw apologized,

    376. Wes says:

      Lying Tina will never stop lying. She’s easy to fluster though.

      Have a good night, Lying Tina.

      Word of advice:

      Try to think for yourself every now and then rather than letting Gateway Pundit dictate what passes for thoughts in your head.

    377. Tgca says:

      377

      Nah! Jesus loves me!

      My Catholic faith will save me from the destiny you will endure with those suburban white women voters in Hades.

    378. Wes says:

      It was actually pretty damn good, EML. Cooked rare with thick-cut steak fries and Cabernet Sauvignon and followed by a Diesel Whiskey Row Sherry Cask cigar.

    379. Tina says:

      Receipt. Go three threads back. I have the receipt.

      Wes says:
      October 22, 2022 at 5:20 pm
      Elaine Chao’s family owns a business that deals with China. I guess Tina is coming out as a racist since an American of Taiwanese descent whose family deals with China must naturally be corrupt according to her:

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/thehill.com/homenews/3610114-trump-accuses-crazy-former-transportation-secretary-elaine-chao-of-trying-to-get-rich-on-china/amp/

    380. Tina says:

      Next….

    381. Tgca says:

      381

      Bitterlaw’s apology was a courageous act of gentlemanly and humbling behavior and evidence he is growing with old age.

      I’m so proud of him. Kudos to him.

      I’d give him a big HUG if he were here right now.

    382. Hugh says:

      The Fox News polls are at it again.

    383. Wes says:

      Fair enough, Lying Tina. You found a statement I made based on what Bitterlaw had said when he claimed you had attacked Elaine Chao for her business dealings.

      It doesn’t change the incontrovertible fact that you’re a lying, brainwashed drunk, but you did find one accusation I made in error, Lying Tina.

    384. Tina says:

      You are the one that lied and failed to,apologize and then lied again.

      You are deflecting about gateway pundit too.

      But you do you,

    385. Wes says:

      Keep lying, Lying Tina. It’s typical of you. It’s not something worthwhile, but it is typical.

    386. Tina says:

      You were the one that lied.

      And got caught.

      And then double down by saying I was lying for calling you out about it.

      I would never call you a racist.

      But you do you,

    387. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #388- Hugh

      Yep, FOX News is the new PPP?Jensen.
      Georgia- Warnock +1
      Pennsylvania- Fetterwoman +4

    388. Tina says:

      Lol

      Quote Tweet

      toddstarnes

      @toddstarnes
      ·
      3h
      Liz Cheney Endorses Woman Who Called Her Dad a War Criminal
      https://toddstarnes.com/opinion/liz-cheney-endorses-woman-who-called-her-dad-a-war-criminal/

    389. Tgca says:

      Wes getting his clock cleaned by Tina as corners him on his lies with evidence.

      He was wrong. Tina was right.

      …and why is it racist to call out Elaine Chao’s family business dealings with China racist?

      The DOT IG referred two criminal prosecutions in 2020 of her to the DOJ for using her office to trying to benefit her family’s business among other abuses. Is the DOT racist too?

      Go read the publicly released reports in the criminal referrals done by a DOT career investigator.

    390. EML says:

      Another BOOM!!!

      https://mobile.twitter.com/RobertCahaly/status/1587942632180908039

      Colorado is now in play!!!!
      ================================
      Someone posted the other day, a GOP operative (can’t remember who) was asked for his big upset on election night and he said Joe O’Dea winning in CO. I’ll respond with the same thing I did then…

      In 2020, Trump won non-college educated whites by 34 points nationwide. It seems 3 states did not get the memo:

      WA – Biden won non-college educated whites by 5
      OR – Biden won non-college educated whites by 2
      CO – Trump won non-college educated whites by 3

      I think we are seeing them getting the memo. Oregon especially, where Republican Christine Drazan might win the governorship, and OR-04, OR-05, and OR-06 are in danger of flipping. In WA, Patty Murray is in trouble, WA-03 looks to be solid R, WA-08 looks to be trending R, and WA-06 and WA-10 are on the watchout list.. And in CO, Joe O’Dea is closing the gap while CO-08 is being solidified and CO-07 is getting closer (Polis is a non-offensive governor here who is untouchable at the moment).

      Look for the blue collar vote (who the HAGs think only Trump can win) to swing bigly towards the GOP in these 3 states.

    391. Gordon Allen says:

      Fox News polls are a total joke and travesty.
      It’s a wonder their audience hasn’t noticed.
      I did years ago and other than Fox and Friends,and Fox Business I haven’t watched them for years as a news source.

    392. Dylan says:

      Just listened to Biden Wow Uplifting and inspiring!

      Now as for Fox and Brett Baier—-and their polls. I can’t…….

    393. eriepa says:

      Fox Polls PA and GA senate. Oct 26-30 REGISTERED VOTER POLL. Last weak of October using registerd voter polling. Enough said.

    394. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. I apologize 2-3 times in 18 years at HHR and I get dragged into a Wes-Tina fight.

    395. NYCmike says:

      “Isles are catching the Blues at the perfect time– Blues are collapsing.”

      -Long season, mnw!!

      Stick with them!

      On the other hand, may the “collapse” last until Friday!

    396. NYCmike says:

      “It’s a shame that we couldn’t get established politicos in some of these seats, but it is what it is.”

      -Oh Lord!

      “established politicos”??

      Are you serious?

      Of course you want people who are competent, but to restrict that to “”established politicos”……GFY!

      I’ll take a Ron Johnson-type, first-time elected, private-sector employee/employer EVERY SINGLE TIME over an “established politicos” who know how to get along TO belong.

    397. Tgca says:

      YES! Sanity wins the day.

      the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals said that beauty pageants have the right to limit entry to “natural born females” under the First Amendment’s prohibition on “compelled speech.”

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/lgbtq-transgender-courts/2022/11/02/id/1094617/

    398. NYCmike says:

      As for the losers of the primaries that some of you think were better than the winners of the primary, maybe you should take another look at the loser and re-evaluate.

    399. EML says:

      As for the losers of the primaries that some of you think were better than the winners of the primary, maybe you should take another look at the loser and re-evaluate.
      ===========================
      I’m not talking about primary losers, I’m talking about why we couldn’t recruit say Brian Fitzpatrick in PA, Paul Gosar in AZ, Steve Chabot or Mike Turner in OH, and any one of a number of congressmen in GA such as Rick Allen, Austin Scott, or Barry Loudermilk. It seems as if being a congressman is much too cushy of a job to risk on running for senate for a number of these people.

    400. EML says:

      Do you really think that Dr. Oz and Herschel Walker are the best we can do for PA and GA?

    401. NYCmike says:

      “It seems as if being a congressman is much too cushy of a job to risk on running for senate for a number of these people.”

      -When the federal budget is over $4 trillion (or was it 7?), those congress critters know they will get theirs if they wait around long enough.

    402. jason says:

      I think they are great candidates with compelling life stories.of course you font like them because they dont fit your little tent R party. Horrors…a black fotmer football player and an immigrant Muslim…what is the R party coming too.

    403. NYCmike says:

      “Do you really think that Dr. Oz and Herschel Walker are the best we can do for PA and GA?”

      -They are the ones who stepped up to the plate. I will watch them like a hawk, and if they go RINO, I would look for another person to step up.

      Of course, once they are an incumbent, several people here will think they deserve the seat for a lifetime since they have proven they can win, and will NOT LOOK AT HOW THEY VOTE WHILE IN OFFICE.

    404. jason says:

      If you are not a white suburban blueblood you need not apply to EMLs little tent R party.

    405. NYCmike says:

      #410 – I would not go so far to use the word “great”, and their color/religion doesn’t make me vote for, or against, them, but I do understand that it helps the Republican Party shed the image crafted by the mainstream media.

      Hoping good muslims and persons who happen to be black vote for Two-Door Dixon in Michigan, not because she is white but because she will be the better Governor.

    406. NYCmike says:

      “If you are not a white suburban blueblood you need not apply to EMLs little tent R party.”

      -This is as cheap and silly as Wes calling Tina a racist.

      Also, Wes – do you need a massage therapist to work on you? Your comments are full of tension and seem like a cry for help.

    407. jason says:

      We already know EML doesnt want working class, blacks, immigrants or Muslims in the R party. Anyone else? Let’s make a list.

    408. NYCmike says:

      All that said, I do give credit to any individual who goes from the private sector to the public domain.

      I do not give the same credit to those, like Schumer, Pelosi and any life-long Republican “politico” who hasn’t worked anywhere but in government.

    409. NYCmike says:

      “We already know….”

      -Don’t include me in that “We”. I see that I have some differing opinions than EML regarding Trump, but I don’t see anything beyond that, especially looking to exclude anyone.

    410. Skippy says:

      Natalie Allison
      @natalie_allison
      Don Bolduc’s campaign says he was the victim of an attempted assault tonight while walking into the debate. Someone tried to attack/punch him and was arrested, a spokesperson says. He wasn’t harmed.

    411. DW says:

      Bolduc attacker acting out after watching Biden speech?

    412. jason says:

      Hey NYC i dont need your support for snything here, GFY. I am embarassed actually when we agree on anyghing, it reflects poorly on me.

    413. Chicon says:

      Tina and Wes are both valuable contributors to this joint.

      This is a time of great success for the party; time for smiles, imo.

    414. NYCmike says:

      #420 – don’t forget – I predicted 55 Senators, 240+ House and 36 Governors mansions 2 weeks ago.

      Git ‘er dun!

    415. NYCmike says:

      “This is a time of great success for the party; time for smiles, imo.”

      -Push through until Wednesday morning like we are 2 down!! No slacking off like a George W Bush/Karl Rove California trip!!

    416. JeffP says:

      Biden’s speech tonight was disgusting. Just a constant stream of lies stoking hatred. What a corrupt old pile of sh*t he is.

    417. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Joe Biden: “The future is about the future”

      I am relieved to find this out.

    418. Florida Guy says:

      BayernFan says:
      November 2, 2022 at 3:48 am

      “I wish someone would poll IN-1”

      Jennifer Ruth Green is within the MoE. Mrvan below 50. According to a friend there. Americans for Prosperity helping out.

    419. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – The Phillies are no longer in the driver’s seat. Series tied 2-2. A day after tying a WS record by hitting 5 home runs, the Phillies were part of WS history again. They were the second team to be on the wrong side of a no-hitter. It was the first combined no-hitter in the WS. Astros starter went 6 innings and bullpen finished it out.

    420. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BOOM!

      NEW:
      @trafalgar_group
      /
      @realDailyWire

      NH SENATE
      Don Bolduc (R): 47% (+1.3)
      Maggie Hassan (D-inc): 45.7%

      ? 4-point shift towards Bolduc from Sept when Hassan was up by 3 points

      1,241 LV | 10/30-11/01 | D44/R35/I21
      https://dailywire.com/news/new-hampshire-could-see-general-election-as-bolduc-takes-lead-in-trafalgar-daily-wire-poll?%3Futm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dwnewstwitter

    421. Gordon Allen says:

      Biden continues to do the impossible. He incomprehensible gets worse.
      His screech yesterday hit new lows,heretofore not considered conceivable

    422. EML says:

      RCP ratings changes

      MA-09 Safe D -> Likely D
      NJ-11 Safe D -> Likely D

    423. Tina says:

      Boom

      Emerson College Polling
      @EmersonPolling
      ·
      27m
      PENNSYLVANIA POLL with
      @thehill

      #PASen

      @DrOz
      48%
      @JohnFetterman
      46%
      4% undecided

      With undecided leaners

      Oz 48%
      Fetterman 47%

      https://emersoncollegepolling.com/pennsylvania-2022-oz-and-fetterman-in-two-point-race-half-of-voters-say-senate-debate-worsened-their-opinion-of-fetterman/

    424. Gordon Allen says:

      Emerson is virtually identical to Trafalgar and Barris with this PA number.
      Has anyone told Fox News and their polling outfit?

    425. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “@Rasmussen_Poll
      Coming This AM: Biden Impeachment

      How likely is it that Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from his son Hunter’s overseas business deals including at least one involving a company in mainland China?”

    426. Hugh says:

      Watch the Muslim vote in Michigan could be a deciding factor. You’re not real fond of CRT or promoting transgenderism

    427. Cash Cow TM says:

      One of the many Anti-GOP HEADLINES a few days ago proclaimed that the debate in PA did not hurt Fetterthing.

      *********************************************
      But now the story is this:

      “Fifty percent of voters said the debate worsened their opinion of Fetterman, while 20 percent said it improved their opinion of him. Another 31 percent said it made no difference. Forty-four percent of voters said the debate improved their opinion of Oz, while 25 percent said it worsened their opinion of the Republican candidate. Thirty percent said it made no difference in their opinion of him.”

      ““Of those who say they have heard, seen, or read a lot about the debate, Oz leads Fetterman 55 percent to 41 percent,” said Spencer Kimball, the executive director of Emerson College polling. “Among those who have heard, seen, or read only a little or nothing about the debate, Fettterman leads 56 percent to 28 percent.””

      No wonder Fetterthing did not want to do any more than 1 debate VERY LATE.

      Another reason why early voting should be restricted.

    428. EML says:

      Republicans continue to add to their early voting lead in Florida. Yesterday it was R+5.4, today it is R+6.1.

      Florida early voting stats

      2018
      D 40.5%
      R 39.9%
      NPA/O 19.6%

      2020
      D 39.1%
      R 37.7%
      NPA/O 23.2%

      2022
      D 37.4%
      R 43.5%
      NPA/O 19.1%

    429. DW says:

      Masto in deep trouble, as is Warnock. Kelly and Hassan in danger. More polls needed in WA and CO.

      Incumbent polling – wins/losses going to back to 2010

      Below 43: All Lost.
      43 – 44.9, 3 Wins and 6 Losses
      45 – 46.9, 7 Wins and 3 Losses
      47 – 48.9, 13 Wins and 3 Losses
      49 or above: All Won.

      NV: Cortez-Masto 45.1
      GA: Warnock 45.7 (was 45.8)
      AZ: Kelly 47.1
      NH: Hassan 47.3 (was 48.3)
      WA: Murray 49.3
      CO: Bennet 49.3 (was 50.0)
      IL: Duckworth 49.5
      WI: Johnson 50.0
      OR: Wyden 51.0
      FL: Rubio 51.0
      CT: Blumenthal 52.7
      NY: Schumer 53.5

    430. DW says:

      Sorry about the Phillies Bitter, but look at this way, the Mets no-hit the Phillies early in the season and after that, the Phillies season has been great. Maybe the same will happen in the World Series.

      Just hope you don’t have any former Mets on the mound to jinx you…oh wait…

    431. Meldrim says:

      New thread.