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Millennial Politics Dec 28
Election certified. Roy Moore denied. Now, , it’s time to seat Doug Jones.
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Eli Beckman Dec 28
Predictably, claimed “massive voter fraud” in the Alabama election. That’s Trumpspeak for “African-American turnout was really good.”
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Tony Stark 2018 💥 Dec 28
Pathetic attempt to not take no for an answer, which seems to be part of your mode of operation, comes to an end in Concede now.
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Decision Desk HQ Dec 28
The write-in appendix is now available for and it has some big names
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Dave Wasserman Apr 24
To win the House, Dems need an average overperformance of 4% vs. PVI. Here's their overperformance in the past 8 specials: : 12% : 8% : 6% : 7% : 6% : 15% : 11% : 11%
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Chris Davis Jan 5
Roy Moore accuser Tina Johnson is homeless tonight, after an alleged arsonist caught her home on fire. At this point, authorities don't suspect her allegations had anything to do with the crime, but the heartbroken homeowner isn't so sure.
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Chris Davis Jan 5
This is what remains of Tina Johnson's house. She was one of the accusers who spoke out against Roy Moore. Arson is suspected, but investigators do not believe there is any connection to Roy Moore or the allegations made against him.
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Kyle Whitmire Jan 10
I don't know whether anyone will answer the question, but I'd like to know whether Alabama would have won the Toyota-Mazda plant had Roy Moore won the race last month. Word in the grapevine a month ago was no.
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Jesse T. Smith Dec 28
Somebody should've told that gerrymandering doesn't work for statewide elections.
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Dave Wasserman Apr 24
Replying to @Redistrict
If you discard as a special case, Dems' House overperformances have been remarkably consistent: all in the 6%-12% range. What's the PVI of the next special in on 8/7? R+7. A big problem for Rs.
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Terry Lathan Dec 28
Now that the race has been certified, it is time to turn toward our 2018 races. Candidates begin qualifying Jan 8-Feb 9, 2018. Follow the process at
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Evan Rosenfeld Apr 30
NEW: Attorney for Roy Moore alleges “political conspiracy” in loss to : “We intend to show the people of AL that a political conspiracy came about to ruin his campaign & defame his character so the people of Alabama would not vote for him”
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🤷🏼‍♂️ Dec 28
If is repeatedly denying that he lost the election, what does that say about his repeated denials of sexual misconduct? Food for thought there, .
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James Lambert Feb 6
Replying to @hellofasandwich
In total, counting tonight's big win in Missouri, Democrats have flipped 35 state legislative seats in Trump Era elections, plus in December. We're tracking all the flips here: (Conversely, Republicans have flipped four seats from blue to red.)
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Zach C. Cohen May 29
Looks like Roy Moore has no plans to run for again: He closed his federal campaign account earlier this month:
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Josh Moon Dec 28
Gus Malzon and Deez Nuts picking up support in the race.
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Meg Kinnard Dec 29
A curated selection of my favorite write-in names.
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John Bel Edwards Jan 1
Great to welcome Alabama Senator-elect @GDouglasJones to Louisiana for the game between and .
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Brian Lyman Jan 3
(weakly pushes intercom switch) Steve Bannon had next to nothing to do with the result, whether he was posing with Roy Moore after the GOP runoff or leaving Moore's election night party the night he lost
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Jessica Taylor Dec 29
"A Normal Republican, Please," "Decent Republican Candidate" and "Is This The Best We Can Do" might be my favorites
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