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    CA-04: Tom McClintock Declares Victory

    A big batch of ballots from Placer county got tallied late today that has given McClintock an statistically insurmountable lead that has prompted him to declare victory over Charlie Brown. Here is a write up about the race from The Union of Grass Valley. This is big, big win for the GOP and an even bigger win for grassroots conservatives who are eager to return | Read More »

    Missouri 2008 Election Post-Mortem

    Well, the State of Missouri has finally been called for McCain (Woo hoo!), so I figured I’d write a statewide election results diary. There’s some good, some not so good, but overall, Republicans came out alright in the Show-Me-State this year. Because of Missouri’s similarities to the nation as a whole in terms of demographics and rural/urban mix, the state is always an interesting case | Read More »

    Ummmmm…..Did you think we were safe in the senate?

    As of right now, Ted Stevens’ lead has dwindled down to 900 votes or so as the counting of the absentee and provisional ballots. http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/story/586989.html Norm Coleman’s lead is down to 206 votes, and there is a partisan Secretary of State in Minnesota overseeing the process. Mort Kondracke just predicted that Franken would come away the winner up there. Great. In Georgia, Saxby Chambliss has | Read More »

    Don’t Look Now…..the Dems Could Still Get 60 Votes

    Despite Norm Coleman claiming victory, that race is headed for a recount. We won’t know the outcome for a few weeks, and Coleman is only leading by about 500 votes out of 2.9 million cast. As awful as this sounds, it’s entirely possible that Franken wins this thing. In Georgia, Saxby Chambliss and Jim Martin appear to be headed for a run-off in December. While | Read More »

    My Dilemma

    My Dilemma: I am torn between my genuine fear of what an Obama presidency combined with a far-left Congress would do to this country, and what the potential consequences of a McCain win are. I’m not a great writer, so I’ll list my concerns in bullet points: If Obama Wins: Disadvantages: A wide array of far-left programs enacted, Freedom to Choose Act, Fairness Doctrine, tax | Read More »

    My Dilemma

    My Dilemma: I am torn between my genuine fear of what an Obama presidency combined with a far-left Congress would do to this country, and what the potential consequences of a McCain win are. I’m not a great writer, so I’ll list my concerns in bullet points: If Obama Wins: Disadvantages: A wide array of far-left programs enacted, Freedom to Choose Act, Fairness Doctrine, tax | Read More »

    My Dilemma

    My Dilemma: I am torn between my genuine fear of what an Obama presidency combined with a far-left Congress would do to this country, and what the potential consequences of a McCain win are. I’m not a great writer, so I’ll list my concerns in bullet points: If Obama Wins: Disadvantages: A wide array of far-left programs enacted, Freedom to Choose Act, Fairness Doctrine, tax | Read More »

    George Will: Obama wins in a landslide

    I watched George Will this past Sunday on This Week. He seems to think that the polls we are seeing now are vastly underestimating Obama’s strength because he theorizes that Obama will bring out millions of new young voters and black voters that are not being accounted for in current turnout models that the pollsters are using. George Will thinks the race isn’t really close, | Read More »