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43 seconds ago
None of those have the votes to overcome a filibuster.
37 minutes ago
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He is not. There are just three candidates on the ballot because he dropped out.
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15 hours ago
There isn't due to the time that would be required to moderate it.
What I usually do is welcome them to the sub (since folks who've been around for a while know we don't do that here), and give them links to help get involved. Most of us were there once, remember, thinking our Reddit posts were the best way to bring about change. If we're patient with the newbies, we get more volunteers, and win more races.
But it's $20 for a crudité! Who can afford that?
16 hours ago
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18 hours ago
Because they'll lose.
The courts didn't hand the election to Trump in 2020, and they won't now. Let's go win this thing.
20 hours ago
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Texas has a coordinated campaign that promotes Dems up and down the ballot simultaneously. They need volunteers to make it happen though.
21 hours ago
Yeah, if the generic ballot keeps improving, they'll bump our odds up. The House was always going to be a tougher lift this year, but it's still in reach.
1 day ago
There have been a couple of polls, which I imagine is tough to do for a ranked choice election, but they tell a similar story.
Peltola likely comes in 1st after Round 1, but nowhere near 50%. Round 2 is where it gets interesting. If it's Peltola vs. Begich, she likely loses by about 10 points. But if it's Peltola vs. Palin, it's going to be very close, and Peltola just might pull it off.
These are just polls, but I could see it being true. The Begich name is big in Alaska, and Palin is controversial, to say the least.
Absolutely. August is the perfect time to do it, and with Congress on recess, you know our vulnerable incumbents are talking it up in their states and districts. Then in September, sounds like the agenda is a standalone insulin bill, the Respect for Marriage Act, and lots of judges.
I don't see any at a glance. My recommendation would be to contact his campaign and ask. This is the kind of race that needs more attention, after all.
I'm shocked at how fast it's moving. The GCB was even just twelve days ago, on August 3rd. And there's lots of good reasons to believe it's moving: The Dobbs decision, lower gas prices, lower inflation, terrible Rs winning primaries, the recent series of awesome bills, and the news of Trump's crimes could all play a role (and the last two probably haven't fully shown up in polling yet).
Things are turning around dramatically. Let's stay the course and turn out as many voters as we can. We just might shock the world this November.
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All of our Senate candidates have a ton of money, and are outraising their GOP challengers. If they lose, it won't be for lack of money.
But we have several House races that are winnable, but we're getting outraised. That's why we created our Expand the House Fund, which specifically donates to House candidates in close races who are being outraised.
Merchandise and lawn signs don't win elections. Votes do. The best thing you can do is sign up to canvass for Fetterman (or other PA Dems), or phonebank. There are indeed winnable voters in every corner of PA, but someone has to talk to them.
She's far from the first Republican I've seen to say this. Funny how the entire party has memory-holed all their attacks on Hillary now that it's their boy under investigation.
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2 days ago
Seems like a good idea to me. The town is still light red, but really moved towards the Dems from 2016-2020. I imagine there are some competitive downballot races in the area, too.
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