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Dave Wasserman Aug 9
Pattern in , & : Dems aren't necessarily making huge % strides in hardcore Trump zones. There, it's more a story of pathetic R turnout, which then allows anti-Trump energy in burbs to put Dems in contention.
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Diego Ftrump Aug 15
Replying to @ReignOfApril
Black women made the difference in and sent doug jones instead of Roy Moore to Washington. If not for them, I shudder to think. ❤️
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Matthew DesOrmeaux ⚜ Aug 8
Replying to @authoridad
Even in the earth-shattering , both sides turned out fewer voters than in 2016 (there was no Senate race that year, but Sessions ran unopposed for the seat in 2014, so it's the best comparison there is).
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♚merysca Aug 15
Kegiatan aku disekolah 🌸📷 . . . . @ Toodler/KB/TK Al Azhar 6
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❌ Stephen Clayton Jr 🇺🇸 Aug 12
Replying to @daveweigel
But somehow a yearbook signature “stood up” to media scrutiny? Then, where did the accusers go after the race after Moore lost?
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MissBellaB Aug 11
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Just Carol Aug 9
What about Roy Moore? Arpiao? and many others? The has already landed in recent elections, ICYMI: ✔️ ✔️VA ✔️ When you vacation many work days, how can you win?
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Dominic DiMatteo Aug 9
Replying to @Redistrict
To be fair , were not great Republican candidates.
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MissBellaB Aug 9
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Patrick Ruffini Aug 9
Where Trump’s endorsement made no difference: and . Both races with extremely well defined candidates. Massive shifts post-endorsements speak to how little defined most primary candidates are.
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MissBellaB Aug 9
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J. Miles Coleman Aug 9
In the race, (rural northern AL) was Roy Moore’s best district (giving him 68%), but cast by far the fewest votes of AL’s 7 districts.
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Azusa🌹光🇹🇼 Aug 9
Replying to @PositiveInt
also don't @ me with , that was literally a turnout implosion for Republicans due to the fact that Roy Moore had to be Roy Moore. Moore was already a polarizing figure in the state, only winning statewide by 3 last time he was on the ballot. But mix that with pedophilia...
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O.T. Ford Aug 8
Replying to @marcambinder
And needless to say, failure to win more than two (, ) -friendly races isn’t a bad indicator when are improving enough to take lots of districts that are less red than those contested so far.
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davealvord164 Aug 8
7/ #7- So far GOP has avoided Roy Moore 2.0 WV-Blakenship gone AZ-Aripao is a pain, but either McSally/Ward are fine VA- Stewart is a crazy-man, but it's a DARK BLUE State, so....ok Look at the rest of that Senate Lineup....except for ME/NM...alot of A+ people
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Adam Rawlins Aug 8
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DeplorableBetsey Aug 8
Replying to @steph93065 @GOP
I don't think Democrats came out for per se - IMO we're seeing the extent to which Dems cheat to win elections. Same thing happened in race earlier. Dems bused outsiders into polling places. Takeaway is this: we can't ever underestimate the results of their cheating.
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