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Reply #60 posted 07/06/19 8:53am

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poppys said:

PennyPurple said:


You don't think Castro has a chance?


They think what ever Twitter and Cable TV news (including Fox) tells them to think. Then they come here and post it. YAWN. Notice how there is never a real discussion of what the candidates actually say or have to offer. Just so & so is in - or out. Every post/thread is the same.

The biggest use of vocabulary in every thread title and post is some form of the word shit. Notice their new sig - Turd is the shit - that means they like him.

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Well why don't you enlighten us your wisdom. No one is stopping you.

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Reply #61 posted 07/13/19 3:10pm

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As of 7/11/2019 Biden still has a pretty good lead.
Sanders/warren/Harris are all just about tied

Buttigeieg ten points behind.
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Biden 26.8
warren 15.2%

Sanders 15.2%

Harris 15%

Buttigieg (Mayor Pete) 5.3%

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it's going to be interesting how the three-way tie goes. And these three are the least electable in a general election. Bernie is absolutely unelectable, and Warren and Harris are self proclaimed "progressives" which makes them unelectable in a general.

The Dems have to get out of their bubble and start listening to Nancy Pelosi.
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My guess is Buttigieg will be in the top 3 after the next debate.

Right now the only viable candidates in a general are Buttigieg and Biden unless a bombshell drops or they make a huge gaffe.

[Edited 7/13/19 15:12pm]

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Reply #62 posted 07/16/19 10:45am

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Sanders is polling up at #2 and Buttigieg is down to number 5 behind Beto

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Reply #63 posted 07/16/19 12:50pm

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Sanders is polling up at #2 and Buttigieg is down to number 5 behind Beto


Post the source of the polls you are referring to. Are we just supposed to say ok fine, whatever you say? Not much to go on. There is no way to discuss or debate your random poll information and opinions.


Are you going to be voting in the 2020 election? Your bio page says you are in Germany. How does that work?

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Reply #64 posted 07/16/19 1:40pm

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poppys said:

Ugot2shakesumthin said:

Sanders is polling up at #2 and Buttigieg is down to number 5 behind Beto


Post the source of the polls you are referring to. Are we just supposed to say ok fine, whatever you say? Not much to go on. There is no way to discuss or debate your random poll information and opinions.


Are you going to be voting in the 2020 election? Your bio page says you are in Germany. How does that work?

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It's from the latest Harris poll

https://thehill.com/hillt...-democrats

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Reply #65 posted 07/17/19 6:40am

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Are you able to vote in the 2020 election???

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Reply #66 posted 07/20/19 9:09am

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How about anything about the 2020 elections/democratic candidates/polls, etc., stay in the thread that already stickified? All you have to do is change the title. This way we don’t have duplicate threads on it.
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Reply #67 posted 07/20/19 10:38am

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2elijah said:

How about anything about the 2020 elections/democratic candidates/polls, etc., stay in the thread that already stickified? All you have to do is change the title. This way we don’t have duplicate threads on it. [Edited 7/20/19 9:10am]

Thats fine. But is this just giving in to the ranting and raving of an insane orger?

Whatever.

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Reply #68 posted 07/20/19 11:47am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:



2elijah said:


How about anything about the 2020 elections/democratic candidates/polls, etc., stay in the thread that already stickified? All you have to do is change the title. This way we don’t have duplicate threads on it. [Edited 7/20/19 9:10am]

Thats fine. But is this just giving in to the ranting and raving of an insane orger?


Whatever.


With the primaries and elections coming down the road, there are sure to be more threads on polls, candidates in or out, etc., so maybe one ‘sticky’ thread could cover it all.
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Reply #69 posted 08/08/19 1:58pm

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After the last debate I mentioned that Warren was the one that stood out. I also mentioned how Harris looked shaken by friendly fire.

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How anybody handles themselves under pressure is a great barometer of a candidate. We have seen early front runners crack like an egg under pressure, and as Obama showed us, we also see how well a candidate can do under pressure.

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Biden remains on top, and Warren is up.

Polls Since The Second Debate Show Kamala Harris Slipping

https://fivethirtyeight.c...-slipping/

Harris was in the single digits in all five post-debate polls and was off by nearly 3 percentage points on average as compared with the pre-debate polls. Earlier this week, I discussed how Harris seems to be stuck in betweenJoe Biden, on the one hand, and Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders on her other, more-left leaning hand. And that’s starting to show up in the numbers. If you look at the Quinnipiac poll, for instance, there’s no single group of Democrats — say, wealthy or young or black Democrats — among whom Harris is polling at any higher than 10 percent, whereas Biden, Warren and Sanders all have fairly distinctive bases.

Meanwhile, Biden has fallen by almost 2 points in the post-debate polls. It’s not clear that this is necessarily because of his debate performance; according to YouGov polling for HuffPost, there were slightly more Democrats who said the debate improved their views of Biden than those who said it worsened them. But the debates can serve to showcase other Democrats’ talents, a process from which the well-known Biden stands more to lose than to gain. Keep in mind, though, that Biden recovered almost entirely from what was a much bigger polling slump after the first debate.

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Reply #70 posted 08/08/19 2:19pm

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After 2016 I don't really trust the polls at all anymore. We still have a long way to go and I am already exhausted by everything. As much as I hate saying this, I wouldn't be shocked if Trump got a second term either. At this point anything is possible. All I know for sure is that I am going to vote BLUE NO MATTER WHO in 2020.

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Reply #71 posted 08/08/19 2:37pm

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Missmusicluver72 said:

After 2016 I don't really trust the polls at all anymore. We still have a long way to go and I am already exhausted by everything. As much as I hate saying this, I wouldn't be shocked if Trump got a second term either. At this point anything is possible. All I know for sure is that I am going to vote BLUE NO MATTER WHO in 2020.

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They are not perfect, early polls are not too important for the general election, but they matter, especially right now as all the candidates are looking for donations. A candidate has to show he/she is viable.

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Reply #72 posted 08/15/19 6:36am

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Hickenlooper to end presidential bid, and is considering US Senate run in Colorado

By Eli Stokols, Los Angeles Times

7 hrs ago

WASHINGTON — Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will end a presidential campaign that never got off the ground Thursday morning and announce that he is seriously considering a run against Republican Sen. Cory Gardner, according to two people familiar with his plans.

A quirky businessman-turned-politician who failed to stand out in the crowded Democratic presidential primary field, Hickenlooper would be an immediate front-runner in another crowded field of Democratic Senate hopefuls eager to challenge Gardner, one of the most vulnerable GOP incumbents seeking reelection next year in a state where President Donald Trump is deeply unpopular.

For months as he struggled to gain traction and raise money as a presidential candidate, Hickenlooper batted away questions about why he was running for president instead of challenging Gardner, saying at one point that he is "not cut out to be" a U.S. senator and repeatedly insisting that his skill set as an executive was a poor fit for a more deliberative role in Congress.

That line would no doubt be used against him should he run, although he is still considered an obvious front-runner in one of next year's most competitive and important Senate contests.Although more than a dozen candidates are already running, none are as familiar to Colorado voters or as battle-tested in statewide races as the former two-term governor and Denver mayor.

That's the main reason Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, desperate to flip three seats next November to gain back control of the Senate, have continued to court Hickenlooper, despite his public protestations that the job of being in the U.S. Senate "didn't speak to" him.

As a presidential candidate, Hickenlooper only seemed to generate headlines when he misspoke: The former small-business owner refused to concede to MSNBC host Joe Scarborough that he was a "capitalist," then flipped his messaging around and explicitly ran against socialism. The only memorable moment from his only nationally televised town hall involved him acknowledging having accidentally taken his mother to see the infamous pornographic film "Deep Throat."

In July, he fired his campaign manager and communications director in an effort to revive his campaign, celebrating a poll that showed him at 2% as a major breakthrough.

But with the Democratic National Committee's debate qualifying criteria of 130,000 individual donors preventing him — and several others — from appearing in next month's debate, Hickenlooper began to look at the Senate race as an appealing off-ramp.

In Denver, a political consultant tied to Hickenlooper caused a stir when he bought several web domains that could be utilized for a Senate bid. And as the former governor considered his options while continuing to campaign for president in Iowa, a poll that showed him easily winning Colorado's Democratic Senate primary and defeating Gardner by 12 percentage points was leaked to the news media.

Despite the fondness for Hickenlooper back home, many of the Democrats already seeking the Senate nomination appear unlikely to step aside to clear the field for him if he declares his candidacy, and some may bristle at efforts by politicians in Washington to influence the race.

In the wide primary field, two candidates have already demonstrated an ability to raise money: former state Sen. Mike Johnston, a former educator from Denver, and Dan Baer, who was an Obama administration staffer.

John Walsh, who served as U.S. attorney in Denver during the Obama administration, is also running, as are Andrew Romanoff, a former statehouse speaker who has struggled to find a second act in politics since leaving the Legislature a decade ago, and Alice Madden, who served as House majority leader with Romanoff and also left public office in 2009

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/hickenlooper-to-end-presidential-bid-and-is-considering-us-senate-run-in-colorado/ar-AAFPNUT?ocid=ientp

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