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I said after LA-06 I was looking forward to seeing this map
oh, it looks so freakin’ sweet. Like loosing my virginity at 18 after all my friends…it was worth the wait. If I still smoked, I’d have a cigarette right now.
It’s up to 52/48 now, will it climb higher? How much?
referred to LA-06 and this as a 1-2 punch, if we could properly pull it off. I’ve changed my mind… Foster and Cazayoux were the 1-2 punch, and this was the uppercut that follows the 1-2 punch and leaves your opponent unconscious on the mat.
That looks really great!
Even Huckster who campaigned for Davis said it was a huge blow!
It’s clear who broke the tie 😀
Tom Cole has got to stay, we want more victories!
Hopefully this bodes well for Musgrove in his race against Wicker.
In 2005 and 2006, we narrowly lost two heartbreakers (CA-50 and OH-02) but still gained 30 seats when it was over.
This year, we’ve won three seats. Imagine what November will look like…
Also, these three wins goes to show you what happens with the establishment, the grassroots, and the netroots are all on the same page.
Chris Cilizza was talking about retirements in the event of tonight happening.
Party abels were ot put next to candidate names on the ballot for this election. Is that standard practice for all MS elections or was it only done for this special election? Because I imagine leaving off party labels helps dems a bit.
Check out this link from a May, 1994 special Tom Cole polled for Rep. Frank Lucas in Oklahoma, particularly last 2 paragraphs, when the shoe was on the other foot.
doesn’t that feel good?
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