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But Nan said they had a mandate
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No,

She said I’ve gotta go, I’ve got a man date to go on.

Her senility is kicking in hard and is thinking she’s 19 again, instead of 90.
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Still not calling many of the remaining races.
RCP has it 215 D, 200 R (+5). Republicans lead 14 of the 20 remaining.

While most of the 20 are close, the Republicans have big leads in Alaska and 4 of the New York state races not yet called.
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Democrat concedes to Michelle Steel ® for a California US House Seat.

This is a traditional Republican stronghold district, but it's a positive R flip

Steel, along with one other Rep, will be the first Korean American in Congress.
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(11-10-2020 03:57 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  Democrat concedes to Michelle Steel ® for a California US House Seat.

This is a traditional Republican district, but it's a positive R flip

Steel, along with one other Rep, will be the first Korean American in Congress.

Diversity makes us all better, regardless of party.
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There is 1. Need about 5 to 7 more
https://www.nationalreview.com/news/mode...e-speaker/
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CURRENT RCP COUNT as of 11/21
DEM - 222
GOP - 210

CURRENT ANTI PELOSI COUNT
211
210 GOP + 1 CONFIRMED ANTI PELOSI DEMS

GOP has 3 undecided seats to grow that 210 number

SEATS STILL OUTSTANDING - 3
CA-25 - GOP UP 400 votes mail in ballots still being accepted - GOP candidate has claimed victory but Dem candidate has not conceded
IA-02 - GOP UP 47 votes - recount in process
NY-22 - GOP UP 250 votes ballots being contested - BD DEM ANTI PELOSI IN 2019

CONFIRMED ANTI PELOSI
Elisa Slotkin (MI-08) - W by 3.6% - https://www.nationalreview.com/news/mode...e-speaker/

MOST LIKELY ANTI PELOSI - VOTED AGAINST PELOSI IN 2019
Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) - W by 1.8% - BD DEM
Conor Lamb (PA-17) - W by 2.2%
Ron Kind (WI-03) - W by 2.8%
Jared Golden (ME-02) - W by 5.8% - BD DEM
Kurt Schrader (OR-05) - W by 7.3% - BD DEM
Mikie Sherrill (NJ-11) - W by 7.6% - BD DEM
Jim Cooper (TN-05) - W Unopposed - BD DEM

LIKELY ANTI PELOSI IF THEY WIN - VOTED AGAINST PELOSI IN 2019
Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) - UNCALLED, LOSING by 11.1% - BD DEM

AGAINST PELOSI IN 2019 - UNSURE FOR 2021
Kathleen Rice (NY-04) - W by 6.5%
Jason Crow (CO-06) - W by 17.1%

BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS TO WATCH BUT SUPPORTED PELOSI IN 2019
Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15) - W by 2.9%
Tom O'Halleran (AZ-1) - W by 3.2%
Charlie Crist (FL-13) - W by 6%
Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) - W by 7.9%

OTHER BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS
Stephanie Murphy (FL-07) - W by 12%
Sanford Bishop (GA-02) - W by 18.2%
Jim Costa (CA-16) - W by 18.6%
Brad Schneider (IL-10) - W by 21.8%
Lou Correa (CA-46) - W by 37.6%
Ed Case (HI-01) - W by 44%
David Scott (GA-13) - W by 54.8%
Mike Thompson (CA-05) - W by 55.2%
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RCP called two seats since yesterday. The GOP won the Utah seat beating a pro life Democrat. The Dems held one of the NY seats that the GOP is still technically winning but is likely to lose once more mail in ballots are counted.

Current AntiPelosi count is 210 with 5 seats still undecided and a number of 2019 anti Pelosi votes failing to make a declaration one way or the other
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(11-14-2020 11:06 AM)solohawks Wrote:  RCP called two seats since yesterday. The GOP won the Utah seat beating a pro life Democrat. The Dems held one of the NY seats that the GOP is still technically winning but is likely to lose once more mail in ballots are counted.
which seat is that?
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(11-13-2020 03:51 PM)solohawks Wrote:  BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS TO WATCH BUT SUPPORTED PELOSI IN 2019
Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15) - W by 2.9%
Tom O'Halleran (AZ-1) - W by 3.2%
Charlie Crist (FL-13) - W by 6%
Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) - W by 7.9%

OTHER BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS
Stephanie Murphy (FL-07) - W by 12%
Sanford Bishop (GA-02) - W by 18.2%
Jim Costa (CA-16) - W by 18.6%
Brad Schneider (IL-10) - W by 21.8%
Lou Correa (CA-46) - W by 37.6%
Ed Case (HI-01) - W by 44%
David Scott (GA-13) - W by 54.8%
Mike Thompson (CA-05) - W by 55.2%
Honest question: what does “Blue Dog” mean in the context of 2020/2021? Under Clinton (mid/late ’90s) it was a group of people that were clearly more conservative than the rest of the Dem. caucus, and they were trying to come to terms with the dawning realization that they were totally irrelevant to Democrat politics, going forward. Which proved to be the case.

But now? I mean, what issue(s) are these people even talking about? With the exception of Cuellar (TX/28), and maybe 1 or 2 others, they’re all down-the-line partisan/liberal Democrats, who fit comfortably within the Democrats’ ideological consensus and never EVER vote against the leadership when it really counts.
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These are the New York districts. It really makes no sense. 20 of 27 are 100% counted. 1 is 99% counted. The other 6 are from 76 to 87%. The lowest is NY3 they called for the D even though they are behind 11 days since the election. Really leaves you wondering what is going on there.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/electi...020/house/
New York
New York District 1
Goroff 38.7 Zeldin 61.3
(100%)
GOP Hold
New York District 2
Gordon 41.4 Garbarino 57.7
(78%)
GOP Hold
New York District 3
Suozzi 49.6 Santos 49.9
(76%)
Dem Hold
New York District 4
Rice 52.9 Tuman 46.4
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 5
Meeks 0.0
(0%)
Dem Hold
New York District 6
Meng 62.6 Zmich 37.4
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 7
Velazquez 83.1 Kelly 16.2
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 8
Jeffries 82.6 Wallace 17.4
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 9
Clarke 81.5 Jean-Pierre 17.6
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 10
Nadler 68.6 Bernstein 30.1
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 11
Rose 42.1 Malliotakis 57.9
(87%)
GOP Pickup
New York District 12
Maloney 79.1 Santiago-Cano 19.5
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 13
Espaillat 90.2 Gwinn 8.4
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 14
Ocasio-Cortez 68.8 Cummings 30.6
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 15
Torres 88.2 Delices 11.8
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 16
Bowman 82.8
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 17
Jones 54.2 McArdle Schulman 39.9
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 18
Maloney 51.4 Farley 47.7
(81%)
Dem Hold
New York District 19
Delgado 51.5 Van De Water 46.5
(83%)
Dem Hold
New York District 20
Tonko 56.4 Joy 43.6
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 21
Cobb 35.7 Stefanik 64.3
(100%)
GOP Hold
New York District 22
Brindisi 44.1 Tenney 53.8
(83%)
New York District 23
Mitrano 37.3 Reed 61.5
(100%)
GOP Hold
New York District 24
Balter 40.6 Katko 55.6
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GOP Hold
New York District 25
Morelle 53.2 Mitris 45.2
(100%)
Dem Hold
New York District 26
Higgins 66.5 Donovan 32.1
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Dem Hold
New York District 27
McMurray 34.7 Jacobs 64.0
(99%)
GOP Hold
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(11-14-2020 11:52 AM)Native Georgian Wrote:  
(11-14-2020 11:06 AM)solohawks Wrote:  RCP called two seats since yesterday. The GOP won the Utah seat beating a pro life Democrat. The Dems held one of the NY seats that the GOP is still technically winning but is likely to lose once more mail in ballots are counted.
which seat is that?

It was NY-03. Dem is winning now substantially
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(11-14-2020 12:05 PM)Native Georgian Wrote:  
(11-13-2020 03:51 PM)solohawks Wrote:  BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS TO WATCH BUT SUPPORTED PELOSI IN 2019
Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15) - W by 2.9%
Tom O'Halleran (AZ-1) - W by 3.2%
Charlie Crist (FL-13) - W by 6%
Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) - W by 7.9%

OTHER BLUE DOG DEMOCRATS
Stephanie Murphy (FL-07) - W by 12%
Sanford Bishop (GA-02) - W by 18.2%
Jim Costa (CA-16) - W by 18.6%
Brad Schneider (IL-10) - W by 21.8%
Lou Correa (CA-46) - W by 37.6%
Ed Case (HI-01) - W by 44%
David Scott (GA-13) - W by 54.8%
Mike Thompson (CA-05) - W by 55.2%
Honest question: what does “Blue Dog” mean in the context of 2020/2021? Under Clinton (mid/late ’90s) it was a group of people that were clearly more conservative than the rest of the Dem. caucus, and they were trying to come to terms with the dawning realization that they were totally irrelevant to Democrat politics, going forward. Which proved to be the case.

But now? I mean, what issue(s) are these people even talking about? With the exception of Cuellar (TX/28), and maybe 1 or 2 others, they’re all down-the-line partisan/liberal Democrats, who fit comfortably within the Democrats’ ideological consensus and never EVER vote against the leadership when it really counts.

Not really sure. But they self identify as Blue Dog and have joined that branch despite it arguably being a dead label. They usually are the ones most at odds with the leadership and promise not.to vote for Pelosi
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(11-10-2020 04:00 PM)Bearcat419 Wrote:  
(11-10-2020 03:57 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  Democrat concedes to Michelle Steel ® for a California US House Seat.

This is a traditional Republican district, but it's a positive R flip

Steel, along with one other Rep, will be the first Korean American in Congress.

Diversity makes us all better, regardless of party.

Diversity of thought and ideas, yes. Diversity based on race as the measuring stick is....inherently ..racist.
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https://nypost.com/2020/11/15/trumpism-w...ts-devine/

Trump won, either way.

"...More than 73 million free-thinking Americans refused to be intimidated, tricked or shamed out of voting for Trump. They saw through four years of lies about Russia collusion, golden showers in Moscow hotels, corruption in Ukraine, “suckers and losers,” and “white supremacists.”

Even if, as seems probable, Joe Biden ends up living in the White House, and inviting his son Hunter to dinner with new business prospects from China, the corrupt bipartisan globalist establishment is not back in the ascendancy.

Despite the predictions of experts, there was no “blue wave.” The election was a firm repudiation of socialism, “defund the police” madness and the rest of the woke smorgasbord Dems offered...."
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(11-16-2020 09:13 AM)bullet Wrote:  https://nypost.com/2020/11/15/trumpism-w...ts-devine/

Trump won, either way.

"...More than 73 million free-thinking Americans refused to be intimidated, tricked or shamed out of voting for Trump. They saw through four years of lies about Russia collusion, golden showers in Moscow hotels, corruption in Ukraine, “suckers and losers,” and “white supremacists.”

Even if, as seems probable, Joe Biden ends up living in the White House, and inviting his son Hunter to dinner with new business prospects from China, the corrupt bipartisan globalist establishment is not back in the ascendancy.

Despite the predictions of experts, there was no “blue wave.” The election was a firm repudiation of socialism, “defund the police” madness and the rest of the woke smorgasbord Dems offered...."

This is a fantastic article. America loving, freedom loving Trump supporters are here to stay
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CA-21 has been called for GOP.

GOP up to 210 with 4 more to go.
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