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  • state of hockey
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    Knew that one was too good to be true.

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  • Spartanforlife4
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    I haven't found a Colorado county yet that actually shows how many precincts have reported. All they show is turnout, but nothing to say if that's the final count or not.

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  • rufus
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    Originally posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Katie Porter is indeed in a dogfight. Very depressing coming out of California.
    Didn't she get redistricted?

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Ah ****. Boebert found a bunhc of votes...pulled in 2.5:1 R....
    Down to under 1,000 vote margin.


    Edit; Now down to SIXTY TWO votes.

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  • Spartanforlife4
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    Originally posted by ericredaxe View Post

    Nevada has been sitting at 80% reporting all day (from the sites I’m looking at). What is left? Mail in ballots? Wouldn’t those favor dems generally?
    I believe it is mail-in ballots left.

    If current trends hold in all counties, Laxalt would beat Cortez by about 29,000, which is actually 7,000 more than he's currently up by. Doesn't help he's running it up in the rural areas at 70%+ in most counties. I haven't seen much on what the mail-in percentages have been.

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  • Spartanforlife4
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    NPR had a reporter who interviewed a few people in Nevada with man on the street interviews, for whatever those are worth nowadays. The Republican they interviewed was fired up about the border and fracking/oil. The Dems they interviewed had the generic "they just don't care about us when they're in office" line. Although both people they interviewed were still going to vote Democrat, so it wasn't the greatest example, but they said the canvassers they talked to were worried about apathy.

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  • ScoobyDoo
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    Katie Porter is indeed in a dogfight. Very depressing coming out of California.

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  • LynahFan
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    Lots of great results last night, but the best one is that DeSantis now thinks he has a chance in 2024. Cannot wait for the Grand Old Civil War.

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  • LynahFan
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    Originally posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post

    For those with an interest in the morbid. I have no idea how accurate that counter is or what it's based on.
    I just like the fact that the least sig figure in their percentage display represents.085 of a person.

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  • Handyman
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    https://twitter.com/JessicaPost/stat...EmvrEPmlA&s=19

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  • ericredaxe
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    Originally posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    Nevada is just a disaster. I don't know what the fuck happened there.
    Nevada has been sitting at 80% reporting all day (from the sites I’m looking at). What is left? Mail in ballots? Wouldn’t those favor dems generally?

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    All I can think is that it is COVID shutdown related. That hurt Nevada a lot...
    DIdn't even think about that... Excellent point.

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  • dxmnkd316
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    COuple flips:

    AZ6 D-->R
    IL17 R-->D
    AZ gov getting much tighter

    Senate Governors Sec of State House
    State Reporting Needed State Reporting Needed State Reporting Needed Code State Reporting Needed
    AZ 79.5% -10.9% AZ 79.1% -2.9% AZ 78.3% -10.0% AK D
    AK 69.7% 131.7% NV 87.2% 14.0% NV 86.9% 3.5% H1 AZ 70.9% -3.0% D
    GA 93.9% -10.9% GA 94.1% GA 93.0% H2 AZ 69.7% 13.0% R
    NV 87.2% 8.2% MI 96.1% -106.0% MN 94.2% -74.5% H4 AZ 69.5% -22.2% D
    CO 89.3% -36.4% MN 94.7% -70.3% MI 95.9% -131.6% H6 AZ 80.3% 4.6% R
    NH 83.2% -100.1% WI 96.9% -84.8% H3 CA 62.5% 7.1% R
    PA 95.5% -39.9% H6 CA 26.6% -7.9% D
    NC 92.3% 21.6% H9 CA 53.0% -10.5% D
    OH 93.7% 29.0% H13 CA 41.6% -0.2% D
    WI 96.9% 36.1% H21 CA 41.1% -5.8% D
    IA 92.7% 84.3% H22 CA 40.8% 3.3% R
    FL 96.5% H23 CA 36.6% 17.6% R
    H25 CA 37.2% -17.3% D
    H26 CA 50.4% -7.6% D
    H27 CA 45.6% 14.0% R
    H40 CA 38.8% 20.4% R
    H41 CA 28.8% -8.7% D
    H45 CA 47.8% 10.4% R
    H47 CA 59.3% -0.7% D
    H49 CA 59.9% -3.4% D
    H3 CO 93.2% -4.8% D
    H8 CO 77.4% -3.7% D
    H5 CT 88.3% -3.7% D
    H17 IL 91.8% -20.0% D
    H3 IA 88.0% 4.3% R
    H2 ME 48.4% -74.7% D
    H6 MD 75.9% -2.5% D
    H10 MI 99.0% R
    H1 MT 92.2% 19.6% R
    H1 NV 83.7% -8.9% D
    H3 NV 86.0% -2.8% D
    H4 NV 80.1% -10.6% D
    H2 NM 91.9% -5.0% D
    H4 NY 92.5% 25.4% R
    H17 NY 97.0% 27.3% R
    H18 NY 95.6% -7.9% D
    H19 NY 96.1% 45.5% R
    H22 NY 95.8% 13.0% R
    H5 OR 67.9% 4.7% R
    H6 OR 65.5% -4.1% D
    H3 WA 71.7% -8.5% D
    H8 WA 61.0% -12.3% D
    H10 WA 57.0% -17.0% D
    H15 CA D
    H34 CA D
    H37 CA D

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  • Handyman
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    All I can think is that it is COVID shutdown related. That hurt Nevada a lot...

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  • dxmnkd316
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    Nevada is just a disaster. I don't know what the fuck happened there.

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