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Dave Wasserman May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Another reason Garcia (R) has a shot: Rs have typically performed relatively well w/ vote-by-mail in CA, while Ds have typically dominated same-day registrants & provisionals (which skew younger & non-white). Latter type of vote likely to be way down this time.
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๐Ÿ’› โš–๏ธ sheannabana โš–๏ธ ๐Ÿ’› May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Only bc it was solidly red that whole time and we just turned it blue. This headline is a bit misleading.
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Mark May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Even if Smith loses, sheโ€™ll win it in November with full turnout.
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Scott Boras May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Is it still a toss up, Dave?
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Dan Balitewicz May 8
Replying to @Redistrict @fawfulfan
Any thoughts?
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Michael Nordine May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
I lived in CA-25 for a time and always saw Hill winning it as a blue-wave one-off. Once she resigned, it was always going to be an uphill battle for the Democrats to hold the seat.
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Frank May 8
Replying to @slowbeard @Redistrict
The seat is safe Democratic in November.
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Peter Eric May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Yes but that district is historically conservative. It only got flipped to the Dems in 2018.
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Bruin Guy May 8
I didn't realize that district was blue. would have just assumed that it was red based on demographics.
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Susan Azim Boyer May 8
Replying to @Redistrict
Iโ€™ve canvassed in this area for both Katie Hill and Christy Smith. People were annoyed Katie resigned.
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