Archive for November 2nd, 2010

Nov 02 2010

And So It Begins – Or Ends: Election Night Thread

12:10 AM Eastern: Reid wins, and this puts a huge shadow over the Tea Party, and the risk if going too far from the center. Leaving Reid in power is an example of cutting of the nose to spite the face. Now all the other tea party candidates who were strong (Rubio, Johnson, etc) are […]

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Nov 02 2010

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Nov 02 2010

Blumenthal Campaign Now Worried About Turnout!

Major Update: Democrat in MD Govenor’s race now also raising the turnout alarm bells: We are getting reports from the field that turnout is lighter than expected in a few key counties. This is exactly what our opponent needs to close the gap–he needs you and your friends to sit back, get overconfident, and stay […]

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Nov 02 2010

Coons In Trouble? O’Donnell Turnout Success?

We all knew that it would have to be an ungodly huge wave to elevate Christine O’Donnell into the US Senate, but it seems the Coons campaign has seen the wave, and they are worried! In a noon email alert to supporters, Coons campaign manager Christy Gleason said close monitoring of voter turnout in the […]

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Nov 02 2010

California Shocker – Were The Polls Wrong?

Forget all those polls you have seen the past two weeks with Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer winning their contests today. There have been long term concerns with the CA polls, which have assumed a massive Democrat edge in turn out near or above 2008 levels, thus propping up the two Democrat candidates in the […]

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Nov 02 2010

A Crush Of Anger Hits The Election Booths

They call it the ‘enthusiasm’ gap, but there is no enthusiasm behind the wave hitting the election booths across the nation today. It is fear of more liberal havoc, and it has the GOP-Independent alliance coming out in enormous numbers compared to a Democrat base disillusioned and fractured. Gallup’s last broadside of data is just […]

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Nov 02 2010

Another Myth Busted: $$ Can’t Save A Liberal Agenda

One thing we can take away from this election is you cannot spend tons of money putting lipstick on a pig and fool the American voters: Despite a deluge of campaign spending over the last few months by Republican-leaning outside groups, Democratic candidates and their allies have outspent Republicans over all on television advertising in […]

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Nov 02 2010

Election Day Observations

I would like to get everyone’s observation about election day in one thread (I saw some of you already commented). Feel free to share the experience on this historic day!

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Nov 02 2010

The Perfect Storm For Change

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This election is the nexus of a lot of factors and forces that have combined in harmonic synchronization to create a major political shift. Not in terms of party preference (since both parties enjoy low support and the largest growing affiliation is ‘independent’), but in terms of the relationship between the people and the government. […]

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