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Nate Cohn 24 Apr 18
Regardless of the exact outcome though, this is just another terrible special election result for the Republicans. Zero excuse, given the permanent absentee list. And you're feeling great if you're, say, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Arizona
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Nate Cohn 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
It probably won't get covered this way, but this is arguably the worst special congressional election result yet for the GOP
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Nate Cohn
There just aren't any excuses. The Republican wasn't Roy Moore. The Democrat wasn't Conor Lamb. The turnout wasn't low. The district doesn't have, say, a latent Democratic tradition. It oddly has the effect of making all the prior excuses seem less relevant, too.
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Phillip Halloween Name Carlisle 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
But what about the ex-GOP representative? Wouldn’t that scandal influence the vote in the same way as PA-18 and Alabama? 😒
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IT Guy 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
So then what's good with the recent GCB polls?
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Greg Chernack, Noble Comm., 1st Dep Dir, Prop/Agit 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn @nytimes
needs to write a new headline to their story on this election.
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Trusted Source 25 Apr 18
Replying to @njcaluda
I think Paul Ryan is evidence that GOP see it coming (and, rat that he is, he's running off the sinking ship without doing ANYTHING to check 's authoritarianism, corruption, nods to White Power & neo-Nazis. But he did get tax cuts for wealthy & explosion of debt).
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❄️keith️ allen🌈 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
They gave them the keys to everything... And the swamp started looting non-stop. 😂 Oops.
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Jeffrey #Biden2020 #Resistance 🏳️‍🌈 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
Registered voters in : 455k Early mail-in voters to date: 156K Forecast turnout on election day: 20k
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Gayle Logan 25 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn
140000 voters were NOT sent their voter ID's. County claimed they had a printing issue. How many didn't think that they could still vote?
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Schmitty 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Nate_Cohn @UpshotNYT
The last time an incumbent party didn’t lose seats in a midterm was 2002. Midterms are usually brutal to the incumbent party after winning a Presidential election. Who is surprised by this?
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Reji Nath 24 Apr 18
Replying to @Schmitty_94
This is a valid point if the average swing to Dems were in low single digits. The current avarage D swing is 17 points.
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