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#ModSquad😎Melanie 25m
Remember 2017 (last December) Senate race? 1. Southern state special election 2. Democrat v. Racist 3. Deep red state odds 4. GOP backed the immoral candidate 5. Women won that race for Democrat - Turnout Look it up: Repeat it:
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Young Progressive Alliance 1h
First Black Senator since Reconstruction would suit you. Any chance you'd be interested in primary challenging Doug Jones in 2020?
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Fred Bauer Nov 16
Replying to @mkraju @CNN
In 2010, pretty much every outlet (including ) said that Republicans picked up 6 seats during the midterms; Scott Brown's January 2010 victory was not included in the midterm count. So it seems a shifting of standards to count the result against midterm results.
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Young Progressive Alliance 1h
Replying to @randallwoodfin
The idea of you primary challenging Doug Jones! :D
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Krishan Patel Nov 13
I've decided that I'm going to initially rate Alabama's 2020 U.S. Senate election Likely Republican.
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♻️🇺🇸 Christopher Zullo 13h
2020 starts today. We have real problems, that need real solutions. Time to purge this administration and give Democrats a governing majority. Doug Jones needs our help to keep Alabama blue. If everyone who read this chipped in $5 we could hold
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👹Isabel👊 Nov 10
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
This president is disgraceful !
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Brandon Finnigan 11h
There’s ALWAYS a chance of an upset, but you need something big. A series of asteroids strike everything 100 miles east of the Mississippi River. Zombies overrun the Gulf. Republicans suffer spontaneous day-long flu and don’t vote. It’s extremely unlikely. This isn’t .
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RepublicanDore Nov 12
A LOT of media folks were discussing paths to a Democratic majority in the Senate. So R+2 when Democrats were being told D+2 was possible is a disappointment. And a 53-member is harder to overturn in 2020, especially with Jones facing a normal candidate in .
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Vote Nov 18
Dream candidates for 2020 Senate elections: Doug Jones Mark Begich (Special) Ruben Gallego Clarke Tucker Ed Perlmutter Chris Coons Stacey Abrams Paulette Jordan Cheri Bustos Rob Sand
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CATargetBot Nov 15
NEW FEC F2 Douglas Duke (REP) (D-Jones)
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KDem Nov 17
Would be nice to see a repeat of the in the .
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Aaron Booth Nov 19
Doug Jones is probably hoping that Marshall decides to run for in 2020. Jones needs absolutely everything to go right for him to have a realistic chance to be re-elected. This would be a start...
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Patrick Sheridan Nov 17
This is why is already favored for Republicans!!
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Chris Pack Nov 14
. doubles down on support of 's liberal agenda. If Jones wants to know how this liberal love story ends, he should grab a roll of packing tape and help , & pack up their Senate offices.
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Sorceror43 Nov 11
As pointed out in comments here, MS's whites are probably more backward than AL as AL has the Birmingham suburbs. Also tRump more popular than he was before upset. So not a great chance of a upset despite Hyde-Smith's gaffe.
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Mark McLaughlin Nov 15
‘Liberal love story’: Doug Jones criticized for voting to re-elect Schumer
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Caity cranBarry sauce 🦃 Nov 12
So, with her dog by her side, just conceded to in & we’re still waiting on Roy, with aka Sassy, to concede to in almost a year later?
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Eli Yokley Nov 14
It's already time! 'Doug Jones Doubles Down on Support of Chuck Schumer’s Liberal Agenda’
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Chris Bowers Nov 12
Democrats now have 47 Senate seats, win and still undecided. While wins in either are unlikely, if they do pull one out then they will finish with 48--which is exactly where they started the cycle two years ago. This is bc they picked one in 2017.
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