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« Reply #125 on: February 12, 2014, 03:18:09 PM »

Well Bloomberg looks to be underperforming.
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« Reply #126 on: February 12, 2014, 04:05:06 PM »
« Edited: February 13, 2014, 05:06:57 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Louisiana

President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 53%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 42%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 3.91%

Senate

David Vitter (R) 51%
Mitch Landreiu (D) 41%
Rob Maness (R) 7.4%

1st Congressional District

Steve Scalise (R) 67%
Jerry Larpenter (D) 13%
Arden Wells (I) 9%
Gary King (R) 9%
Vinny Mendoza (D) 2%

2nd Congressional District

Cedric Richmond (D) 57%
Shelly Midura (D) 27%
Stacey Head (D) 11%
Jay Batt (R) 5%

3rd Congressional District

Jeff Landry (R) 50.6%
Charles Boustany (R) 48.4%
April Foulcard (D) 1%

4th Congressional District

John Fleming (R) 62%
Joe Shyne (D) 14%
Cedric Glover (D) 13%
Keith Hightower (D) 10%
Randall Lord (L) 1%

5th Congressional District (Alexander retiring)

Neil Riser (R) 55%
 Clyde Holloway(R) 29%
Robert Johnson (D) 9%
Jamie Mayo (D) 7%

6th Congressional District

Erich Ponti (R) 52%
Bobby Simpson (R) 41%
Ryan Heck (R) 6%
Norman Clark 1%
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« Reply #127 on: February 13, 2014, 06:08:34 PM »

Wisconsin

President


Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 50%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 44%
Michael Bloomberg/ Bill Bolling 5%

Senate

Gwen Moore (D) 50.44%
Ron Johnson (R) 49.23%

1st Congressional District

Paul Ryan (R) 60%
Robert Zapf (D) 37%

2nd Congressional District

Marc Pocan (D) 70%
Russ Fassbender (I/D) 29%

3rd Congressional District

Ron Kind (D) 49.6%
Warren Petryk (R) 49.3%

4th Congressional District (Moore running for Senate)

Chris Abele (D) 73%
Dan Sebring (R) 26%

5th Congressional District (Sensenbrenner retiring)

Rebecca Kleefisch (R) 66%
Todd Kolosso (D) 32%

6th Congressional District (Petri retiring)

J.B Van Hollen (R) 69%
Joe Kallas (D) 30%

7th Congressional Distrifct

Julie Lassa (D) 48%
Sean Duffy (R) 47.7%

8th Congressional District (Ribble defeated in primary)

Chad Weininger (R) 53%
Jamie Wall (D) 46%

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« Reply #128 on: February 13, 2014, 09:26:28 PM »

Ohio

President

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 49%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 46%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 4.6%

Senate

Tim Ryan (D) 50.3%
Rob Portman (R) 49.3%

1st Congressional District

John Cranley (D) 52%
Steve Chabot (R) 47%

2nd Congressional District

Brad Wenstrup (R) 62%
John Arthur Sheil (D) 36%

3rd Congressional District (Beatty retiring)

Priscilla Tyson (D) 77%
Chris Long (R) 15%
Bob Fitrakis (G) 7.25%

4th Congressional District

Jim Jordan (R) 68%
Doug Litt (D) 30%

5th Congressional District

Bob Latta (R) 69%
Ronald Behm (I/R) 29%

6th Congressional District

Bill Johnson (R) 53%
Jay Williams (D) 45%

7th Congressional District

John Boccieri (D) 50.7%
Bob Gibbs (R) 48.2%

8th Congressional District

Ross McGregor (R) 91%

9th Congressional District (Kaptur retiring)

Joe Cimperman (D) 61%
Samuel "Joe the Plumber" Wurzelbacher 37%

10th Congressional District

Mike Turner (R) 63%
Joe Roberts (D) 35%

11th Congressional District (Fudge retiring)

Ed Fitzgerald (D) 79%
Thomas Pekarak (R) 20%

12th Congressional District

Pat Tiberi (R) 55%
Tim Lecklider (I) 40%

13th Congressional Districts (Ryan running for Senate)

Dave Burk (R) 51%
Russell Fry (D) 48%

14th Congressional District

David Joyce (R) 53%
Debbie Phillips (D) 45%

15th Congressional District

Steve Stivers (R) 57%
Pat Lang (D) 42%

16th Congressional District

Betty Sutton (D) 50.6%
Jim Renacci (R) 48.4%
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« Reply #129 on: February 14, 2014, 11:45:52 AM »
« Edited: February 14, 2014, 04:39:02 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Minnesota

President


Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 55%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 42%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 2.7%

1st Congressional District

Tim Walz (D) 49%
Mike Benson (R) 48%

2nd Congressional District

Mike Obermueller (D) 50%
John Kline (R) 48%

3rd Congressional District

Erik Paulsen (R) 52%
Mike Opat (D) 47.7%

4th Congressional District (McCollum retiring)

Blake Huffman (D) 69%
Tony Hernandez (R) 27%

5th Congressional District

Keith Ellison (D) 80%
Chris Fields (R) 19%

6th Congressional District

Tom Emmer (R) 59%
Jim Read (D) 38%

7th Congressional District

Torrey Westrom (R) 50%
Vicki Jensen (D) 49%

8th Congressional District (Nolan retiring, running for mayor of Duluth)

Don Ness (D) 49.7%
Chip Craavack (R) 49.3%

West Virginia- Governor (Ray Tomblin term-limited)

Carte Goodwin (D) 53%
Anna Border (R) 46%

Missouri

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 47.7%
Ted Cruz/ Eric Cantor 47.3%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 3.9%

Governor (Nixon Term limited/Running for Vice-President)

Jason Kander (D) 52%
Peter Kinder (R) 47%

Senate

Roy Blunt (R) 48%
Clint Zwiefel (D) 47.4%

1st Congressional District (Clay retiring, running for Mayor of St. Louis)

Francis Slay (D) 83%
Robyn Hamlin (R) 15%

2nd Congressonial District (Wagner defeated in Gubernatorial Primary)

Tim Lohmar (R) 57%
Glen Koenen (D) 42%

3rd Congressional District

Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) 54%
Russ Carnahan (D) 44%

4th Congressional District

Vicky Hartzler (R) 61%
Teresa Hensley (D) 37%

5th Congressional District

Joe Maxwell (D) 58%
Glenda Powell (R) 40%

6th Congressional District

Carol Poindexter (R) 61%
Jim Evans (D) 35%

8th Congressional District

Jason Smith (R) 61%
Don Day (D) 36%
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« Reply #130 on: February 14, 2014, 04:38:11 PM »

You're gonna hate yourself when you start doing the California results.
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« Reply #131 on: February 14, 2014, 06:33:44 PM »

Florida

President

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 49%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 42%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 7.75%

Senate

Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) 50%
Marco Rubio (R) 48%

1st Congressional District

Jeff Miller (R) 69%
Ashton Hayward (I/R) 30%

2nd Congressional District

Gwen Graham (D) 50.7%
Steve Southerland (R) 49.2%

3rd Congressional District

Ted Yoho (R) 57%
Yvonne Hinson-Rawls (D) 41%

4th Congressional District (Crenshaw retiring)

Johnny Gaffney (D) 50.2%
Sarah Pelican (R) 49.6%

5th Congressional District (Brown retiring)

Alvin Brown (D) 67%
Thuy Lowe (R) 31%

6th Congressional District

Ron Desantis (R) 62%
David Cox (D) 31%

7th Congressional District (Mica retiring)

Sandy Adams (R) 59%
Joyce Cusack (I) 30%
Wesley Neuman (D) 10%

8th Congressional District

Bill Posey (R) 63%
Corry Westbrook (D) 34%

9th Congressional District

Alan Grayson (D) 56%
Frank Atkisson (R) 43%

10th Congressional District (Webster running for Mayor of Orlando)

Val Demings (D) 52%
Teresa Jacobs (R) 47%

11th Congressional District (Nugent retiring)

Cary Pigman (R) 57%
David Koller (D) 42%

12th Congressional District

Gus Billirakis (R) 61%
Scott Black (D) 35%

13th Congressional District

Ken Welch (D) 51%
Larry Ahern (R) 49%

14th Congressional District

Kathy Castor (D) 66%
Mike Predergast (R) 33%

15th Congressional District

Dennis Ross (R) 61%
Dave Kerner (D) 37%

16th Congressional District

Nancy Brinker (R) 64%
Mitch Mallet (D) 32%

17th Congressional District

Tom Rooney (R) 59%
Will Bronson (D) 39%

18th Congressional District

Patrick Murphy (D) 54%
Carl Domino (R) 45%

19th Congressional District (Radel defeated in Primary)

Lizbeth Benacquisto (R) 59%
April Freeman (D) 40%

20th Congressional District (Hastings retiring, died on October 10, 2016)

Lori Cohen Moseley (D) 77%
Gary Stein (R) 22%

21st Congressional District

Ted Deutch (D) 71%
Henry Colon (R) 27%

22nd Congressional District

Lois Frankel (D) 63%
Brian Caletka (R) 35%

23rd Congressional District (Wasserman-Schultz running for Senate)

Dwight Bullard (D) 69%
Carlos Hernandez (R) 30%

24th Congressional District

Mario Diaz-Balart (R) 52%
Michelle Spence-Jones (D) 47%

26th Congressional District

Jose Felix-Diaz (R) 39%
James Loftus (D) 38%
Morgan McPherson (I/R) 22%

27th Congressional District (Ilena Ros-Letihan retiring)

Mike Redmond (I/R) 55%
Donna Shahala (D) 43%
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« Reply #132 on: February 14, 2014, 06:35:00 PM »

You're gonna hate yourself when you start doing the California results.

Yeah, California should be... interesting
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« Reply #133 on: February 14, 2014, 08:43:22 PM »

Texas

President


Ted Cruz/ Eric Cantor 57%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 40%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 2.6%

1st Congressional District

Louie Gohmert (R) 71%
Shirley McKellar (D) 27%

2nd Congressional District (Poe retiring, appointed to position of NASA administrator on, August 20, 2016 with input from both nominees and Bloomberg)

Chris Daniel (R) 65%
Niko Letsos (D) 33%

3rd Congressional District (Johnson retiring)

Jeff Cheney (R) 69%
Josh Ligenfelder (D) 30%

4th Congressional District (Hall retiring, Died on October 9, 2016)

Richard Grossnickle (R) 65%
Pamela Howeth (I/R) 33%

5th Congressional District

Jeb Hensarling (R) 66%
Monica Alonzo (D) 32%

6th Congressional District (Barton retiring/Running for Mayor of Dallas)

Tom Leppert (R) 53%
Wendy Davis  (D) 46%

7th Congressional District

John Culberson (R) 67%
Alan Rosen (D) 32%

8th Congressional District

Kevin Brady (R) 63%
May Walker (D) 32%

9th Congressional District

Al Green (D) 74%
Bob Herbert (R) 25%

10th Congressional District

Michael McCaul (R) 67%
Tawana Walter- Caiden (D) 32%

11th Congressional District (Conoway retiring/ appointed Texas Commissioner of Education on October 20, 2016)

Brian Birdwell (R) 85%
Ryn Lange (L) 14%

12th Congressional District

Kay Granger (R) 59%
Fred Head (D) 40%

13th Congressional District

Mac Thornberry (R) 66%
Mike Minter (D) 31%

14th Congressional District

Randy Weber (R) 70%
Buck Willis (D) 32%

15th Congressional District

Rueben Hinojosa (D) 76%
Eddie Zamora (R) 23%

16th Congressional District (O'Rourke retiring/appointed head of Immigration, Customs and enforcement on August 19, 2016, in consultation, with Clinton, Cruz and Bloomberg)

Bill Flores (R) 64%
Nick Haynes (D) 32%

18th Congressional District

Sheila Jackson-Lee (D) 62%
Steve Radack (R) 36%

19th Congressional District (Neugebauer retiring)

George P. Bush (R) 77%
Neal Marchbanks (D) 19%

20th Congressional District

Julian Castro (D) 62%
Rebecca Viagran (I/D) 27%
A.E Potts (L) 8%

21st Congressional District (Smith retiring)

Will Wynn (D) 50%
Matt McCall (R) 48%
Ryan Shields (L) 1.9%

22nd Congressional District

Joan Huffman (R) 62%
Frank Brisoce (D) 31%

23rd Congressional District

Will Hurd (R) 50.4%
Francisco Canseco (D) 49.2%

24th Congressional District (Marchant retiring)

Mike Rawlings (D) 50.1%
Scott Griggs (R) 49.2%

25th Congressional District

Roger Williams (R) 57%
Marco Montoya (D) 41%

26th Congressional District

Michael Burgess (R) 76%
Kevin Roden (I/R) 23%

27th Congressional District

Blake Farenthold (R) 53%
Stacey Van Landingham (I/R) 40%
Wesley Reed (D) 6.6%

28th Congressional District

Henry Cuellar (D) 60%
Bryan Underwood (R) 37%

29th Congressional District (Green retiring)

Annise Parker (D) 62%
Roy Morales (R) 27%
Maria Selva (G) 9%

30th Congressional District (Bernice Johnson retiring)

Stephen Jones (I/D) 61%
Barbara Mallory Caraway (D) 20%
Stephen Broden (R) 17%

31st Congressional (Carter retiring)

Craig Morgan (R) 72%
Brian Ruiz (D) 26%

32nd Congressional District

Pete Sessions (R) 57%
Dwaine Caraway (D) 42%

33rd Congressional District

Marc Veasey (D) 70%
Chuck Bradley (R) 29%

34th Congressional District
Filemon Vela (D) 67%
Larry Smith (R) 31%

35th Congressional District (Doggett retiring)
Diego Bernal (D) 51%
Susan Narvaiz (R) 47%

36th Congressional District

Larry Taylor (R) 59%
Craig Eiland (D) 40%
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« Reply #134 on: February 15, 2014, 04:41:08 PM »

Oklahoma

President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 60%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 36%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 3.6%

Senate

Mary Fallin (R) 69%
Tom Ivester (D) 29%

1st Congressional District

Jim Bridenstine (R) 56%
Susan Savage (D) 41%

2nd Congressional District

Markwayne Mullin (R) 62%
Donnie Condit (D) 37%

3rd Congressional District

Todd Lamb (R) 72%
Timothy Ray Murray (D) 25%

4th Congressional District

Tom Cole (R) 63%
Donna Marie Bebo (D) 34%

5th Congressional District

James Lankford (R) 71%
Billy Coyle (D) 28%

Kansas
President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 53%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 43%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 3%

Senate

Jerry Moran (R) 65%
Nancy Boyda (D) 33%

1st Congressional District

Tim Hueleskamp (R) 66%
Barb Shirley (D) 32%

2nd Congressional District

Lynn Jenkins (R) 57%
James McClinton (D) 42%

3rd Congressional District

Kevin Yoder (R) 55%
Kelly Kutala (D) 43%

4th Congressional District

Mike Pompeo (R) 53%
Mark Holland (D) 45%
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« Reply #135 on: February 15, 2014, 08:03:03 PM »

Nebraska

President



Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 56%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 40%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 3.5%

1st Congressional District

Jeff Fortenberry (R) 55%
Chris Buetler (D) 44%

2nd Congressional District

Pete Festersen (D) 50.2%
Tim Schram (R) 49.5%

3rd Congressional District

Adrian Smith (R) 79%
Mark Sullivan (D) 20%

South Dakota

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor (R) 56%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 39%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 4.3%

Senate

John Thune (R) 54%
Tom Daschle (D) 44%

At-Large Congressional District

Kirsti Noem (R) 53%
Larry Pressler (I/D) 46.7%

North Dakota

President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 56%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 41%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 2.75%

Senate

John Hoeven (R) 95%

Governor (Dalyrmple retiring)

Drew Wrigley (R) 51%
Kent Conrad (D) 47%

At Large Congressional District

Kevin Cramer (R) 57%
Pam Gulleson (D) 42%
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« Reply #136 on: February 16, 2014, 06:42:39 PM »



Current Electoral vote count

Clinton/Nixon 275
Cruz/Cantor 135
Bloomberg/Bolling 0
Yet to be called 135


Montana

President

Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 37%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 35%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 27%

Governor

Steve Daines (R) 50%
Rob Bullock (D) 49%

At-Large Congressional District (Daines running for Governor)

Jon Sonju (R) 54%
Galen Hollenbaugh 44%

Wyoming
President


Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 71%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 14%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 13%

At-Large Congressional District

Cynthia Lummis (R) 57%
Dave Freudenthal (D) 42%

Colorado

President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 46%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 45.3%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 7.7%

Senate

Michael Bennet (D) 48%
Scott Tipton (R) 47.6%

1st Congressional District (Retiring to become lobbyist for Newmont mining Corporation, Gold miners based in Greenwood Village, Colorado)

Michael Hancock (D) 71%
Mike Fallon (R) 26%

2nd Congressional District

Jared Polis (D) 53%
Kevin Lundberg (R) 46%

3rd Congressional District

Joseph Garcia (D) 50%
Allen Butler (R) 48.7%

4th Congressional District

Cory Gardner (R) 54%
Betsy Markey (D) 42%

5th Congressional District (Lamborn retiring to serve as lobbyist for U.S Olympic Committee)

Steve Bach (R) 48%
John Elway (I/R) 47%
Jim Pirtle (L) 4.6%

6th Congressional District

Clarice Navarro-Ratzlaff (R) 49%
Andrew Romanoff (D) 47%

7th Congressional District

Ed Perlmutter (D) 54%
Jane Norton (R) 44%
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« Reply #137 on: February 17, 2014, 05:43:48 PM »

New Mexico

President

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 47%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 41%
Mike Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 9.5%

1st Congressional District

Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) 59%
Mike Frese (R) 38%

2nd Congressional District (Pearce retiring to become Executive Director of the New Mexico Activities Association)

Joe Campos (D) 52%
Susie Galea (R) 47%

3rd Congressional District

Ben Ray Lujan (D) 62.6%
Raymond Rael (I) 35%

Idaho
President

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 66%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 31%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 2.7%

Senate

Mike Crapo (R) 69%
Phil McGrane (I) (endorsed by Cruz) 18%
A.J Balukoff (D) 12%

1st Congressional District

Raul Labrador (R) 59%
Matthew Erpalding (D) 40%

2nd Congressional District

Tom Luna (R) 64%
Sean Bieter (D) 34%


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« Reply #138 on: February 17, 2014, 08:31:07 PM »

Utah


Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 70%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 28%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 1.1%

Senate

Mike Lee (R) 64%
Jim Matheson (D) 35%

Governor(Herbert defeated in Senate Primary)

Jason Chaffetz (R) 63%
Jenny Wilson (D) 35%

1st Congressional District

Richard Ellis (R) 77%
Peter Conover Clemens (D) 22%

2nd Congressional District

Chris Stewart (R) 74%
Richard Hyer (I) 21%

3rd Congressional District (Chaffetz running for Governor)

Daniel Thatcher (R) 67%
Josh Rohatnski (I) 30%

4th Congressional District

Mia Love (R) 59%
Erin Mendenhall (D) 40%

Alaska

Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 40%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 31%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 28%

Senate

Lisa Murkowski (R) 49%
Mark Begich (D) 48.5%

At-Large Congressional District (Young retiring)

Mead Treadwell (R) 55%
Ethan Berkowitz (D) 42%
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« Reply #139 on: February 18, 2014, 12:16:51 PM »

Nevada


Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 50%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 43%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 6.2%

Senate

Brian Sandoval (R) 55%
Harry Reid (D) 43%

1st Congressional District

Dana Titus (D) 60%
Bob Beers (R) 39%

2nd Congressional District

Mark Amodei (R) 57%
Bob Crowell (D) 41%

3rd Congressional District

Erin Bilbray-Kohn (D) 50.9%
Joe Heck 48.1%

4th Congressional District

Steven Horsford (D) 54%
Joseph Hardy (R) 43%

Arizona

Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 49%
Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 48.6%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 2.15%

Senate

John McCain (R) 50%
Jesse Kelly (D) 49.1%

1st Congressional District

Ann Kirkpatrick (D) 51%
Andy Tobin (R) 48%

2nd Congressional District

Martha McSally (R) 49%
Paul Newman (D) 46%

3rd Congressional District (Grijalva retiring)

Jamescita Peshlakai (D) 66%
Brenda Barton (R) 31%

4th Congressional District

Paul Gosar (R) 60%
Rod Underhill (D) 39%

5th Congressional District (Salmon defeated in Primary)

Steve Chucri (R) 57%
Tom Simplot (D) 42%

6th Congressional District

David Schweikert (R) 56%
Rosanna Galbadon (D) 41%

7th Congressional District (Pastor retiring)

Greg Stanton (D) 56%
Jim Waring (R) 42%

8th Congressional District
 
Trent Franks (R) 57%
Andrew Sherwood (D) 40%

9th Congressional District

Doug Ducey (R) 49%
Mark Mitchell (D) 47.7%
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« Reply #140 on: February 18, 2014, 02:31:28 PM »
« Edited: February 20, 2014, 12:47:38 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Washington


Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 57%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 38%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 4.1%

Governor

Jay Inslee (D) 52%
Rob McKenna (R) 48%

Senate

Patty Murray (D) 56%
Rob McKenna (R) 44%

1st Congressional District

Suzan Delbene (D) 52%
John Koster (R) 48%

2nd Congressional District

Rick Larsen (D) 58%
Dan Matthews (R) 40%

3rd Congressional District

Jamie Herrera Beutler (R) 50.7%
Tim Leavitt (D) 49.2%

4th Congressional District (Hastings running for Treasurer)

Sharon Brown (R) 53%
Charles Ross (R) 46%

5th Congressional District

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) 60%
Bill Fienkbeiner (R) 39.8%

6th Congressional District

Derek Kilmer (D) 62%
Josh Brown (D) 37.7%

7th Congressional District (McDermott retiring)

Michael McGinn (D) 58%
Tim Sheldon (D) 41.8%

8th Congressional District (Reichert defeated in Gubernatorial Primary)

Mike O'Brien (D) 55%
Jim McCune (R) 44.7%

9th Congressional District

Adam Smith (D) 59%
Stan Flemming (R) 40%

10th Congressional District

Danny Heck (D) 55%
Mike Hope (R) 45%
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« Reply #141 on: February 18, 2014, 05:48:08 PM »

Oregon
President

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon  53%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 33%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 13%

Senate

Ron Wyden (D) 56%
Bill Hansell (R) 42%

 1st Congressional District

Suzanne Bonamici (D) 47%
Robert Cornilles (R) 35%
David Wu (Write-In) 16%

2nd Congressional District

Greg Walden (R) 61%
Carol Voison (D) 37%

3rd Congressional District

Ellen Rosenbaum (D) 62%
Bruce Starr (R) 36%

4th Congressional District

Carolyn Tomei (D) 67%
Art Robinson (R) 31%

5th Congressional District (Schrader defeated in primary)
Chip Shields (D) 53%
Ben Pollock (R) 44%

Hawaii

President

Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 74%
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 13%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 12.4%

Senate

Brian Schatz (D) 58%
Linda Lingle (R) 41%

1st Congressional District (Harris retiring to become U.S Ambassador to Fiji (agreed on by both Clinton and Cruz campaigns, opposed by Bloomberg Campaign)
 
Joey Manahan (D) 53%
Mufi Hanneman (I) (Which party Hanneman would caucus with would be in question until Election Day) 46%

2nd Congressional District

Tulsi Gabbard (D) 67%
Alfonso Jimenez (R) 30%
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« Reply #142 on: February 18, 2014, 05:57:09 PM »

I don't see how Sandoval wins 55%. I can see some people crossing from Reid to Sandoval, but the majority who didn't want to vote for Reid would vote None of the Above. Can you explain your thinking there?
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« Reply #143 on: February 18, 2014, 06:06:58 PM »

I don't see how Sandoval wins 55%. I can see some people crossing from Reid to Sandoval, but the majority who didn't want to vote for Reid would vote None of the Above. Can you explain your thinking there?

There were a lot of Clinton/Sandoval voters... which severely sappped Reid's strength... These voters were won to Sandoval's side by Ted Cruz endorsing an (unsucsessful) primary challenge to Sandoval.

Also Reid's approval/disapproval ratings were at 11/65 while Sandoval's were 57/32 averaged out in exit polls. By Comparison John McCain who Narrowly escaped had an approval/disapproval spread of 37/45, while his opponent Jesse Kelly had an favorability spread of 36/39 making for a much closer race.
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« Reply #144 on: February 19, 2014, 04:45:58 PM »

California

President


Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 54%
Micheal Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 24%
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 21%

Senate

Barbara Boxer (D) 51%
Gary Miller (write-in) (I/R) 38%
Mark Wyland (R) 11%

1st Congressional District

Doug LaMalfa (R) 62%
Gary Cadd (R) 38%

2nd Congressional District

Jared Huffman (D) 57%
Virginia Strom-Martin (D) 43%

3rd Congressional District (Garamendi retiring)

Beth Gaines (R) 52%
Dan Logue (R) 47.7%

4th Congressional District

Tom McClintock (R) 52%
Thomas Oiler (R) 47.6%

5th Congressional District

Mike Thompson (D) 78%
Zane Starkwolf (R) 21.3%

6th Congressional District (Matsui retiring)

Kevin Johnson (D) 57%
Roberta McGlashan (D) 42%

7th Congressional District

Ami Bera (D) 53%
Doug Ose (R) 47%

8th Congressional District (Cook retiring)

Miles Pruitt (R) 50.1%
Stanton Barrett(I) 49.8%

9th Congressional District (McNerney retiring)

Kathleen Galgiani (D) 58%
Paul Canepa (D) 42%

10th Congressional District

Michael Eggman (D) 49.8%
Jeff Denham (R) 49.79%

11th Congressional District

Ken Cooley (D) 56%
Loni Hancock (D) 44%

12th Congressional District

Joan Buchanan (D) 86%
Cindy Sheehan (G) 14%

13th Congressional District

Libby Schaaf (D)50.002%
Barbara Lee (D) 49.995%

14th Congressional District (Speier retiring)

Fiona Ma (D) 58%
Michael Guingona (R) 42%

15th Congressional District

Eric Swalwell (D) 61%
Laurie Capitelli (D) 39%

16th Congressional District (Costa retiring/appointed to the California Transportation Commission)

Adam Gray (D) 64%
Gary Condit (D) 35.3%

17th Congressional District (Honda retiring)

Ro Khanna (D) 60%
Evelyn Li (R) 40%

18th Congressional District (Eshoo retiring)

Luis Alejo (D) 61%
Dave Chapman (R) 38.75%

19th Congressional District (Lofgren retiring/ appointed to fill Meredith Atwell Baker's open seat at the FCC on July 12, 2014 (Again in coordination with Cruz, Clinton and Bloomberg campaigns) (Lofgren was paired with two other appointees that day, as Obama replaced Julius Genachowski with MSNBC anchor and noted conservative Joe Scarbourough, and replaced Robert McDowell with former New York Governor George Pataki. Then on August 21, Obama replaced Mignon Clyburn, with Terry McAuliffe.)


Madison Nguyen (D) 67%
Johnny Kamis (R) 32.6%

20th Congressional District (Farr retiring)

Simon Salinas (D) 59%
Bruce Delgado (D) 40.6%

21st Congressional District

Amanda Renteria (D) 52%
David Valdado (R) 48%

22nd Congressional District

Ashley Swearingin (R) 50.7%
Devin Nunes (D) 49.2%

23rd Congressional District

Shannon Grove (R) 67%
Mike Maggard (R) 33%

24th Congressional District (Capps retiring/ becoming analyst for MSNBC)

Das Williams (D) 62%
Danielle Navas (D) 38%

25th Congressional District (McKeon retiring)

Stephen Knight (R) 55%
Tony Strickland (R) 45%

26th Congressional District (Brownley finished in 3rd place in primary)

Jackie Lacey (D) 59% (Endorsed by Brownley)
Jeff Gorell (R) 41%

27th Congressional District

Judy Chu (D) 77%
Jack Orswell (R) 32.6%

28th Congressional District

Adam Schiff (D) 67%
Mike Feuer (D) 32.8%

29th Congressional District

Tony Cardenas (D) 58%
Earl Paysinger (D) 42%

30th Congressional District (Sherman finished 3rd in primary)

Eric Garcetti (D) 69%
Kevin De Leon 31%

31st Congressional District

Pete Aguilar (D) 52%
Joe Baca (D) 48%

32nd Congressional District (Napolitano retiring)

Wendy Greuel (D) 61%
Laura Chick (D) 39%
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33rd Congressional District (Waxman retiring)

Ted Lieu (D) 57%
Bill Bloomfield (I) 43%

34th Congressional District

Xavier Becerra (D) 64%
Jose Huizar (D) 36%

35th Congressional District

Mike Bonin (D) 71%
Jamie McCourt (D) 29%

36th Congressional District

Raul Ruiz (D) 53%
Brian Nestande (R) 46.9%

37th Congressional District (Bass retiring, running to replace Garcetti on the LA City Council)

Cindy Misciowski (D) 59%
Rudy Svornich (R) 40.9%

38th Congressional District

Linda Sanchez (D) 67%
Ed Ogeron (I) 33%

39th Congressional District (Royce finished 4th in primary)

Lou Correa (D) 51%
Curt Pringle (R) 49% (endorsed by Royce)

40th Congressional District (Roybal-Allard retiring/ running to replace Lacey as Los Angeles County District Attorney)

Ron Galperin (D) 53%
Mitch Kupchak (I) 47%

41st Congressional District

Mark Takano (D) 59%
David Niose (D) 41%

42nd Congressional District

V. Manuel Perez (D) 51%
Ken Calvert (R) 48.87%

43rd Congressional District (Waters retiring)

Kobe Bryant (D) 81%
John Wood (R) 19%

44th Congressional District

Janice Hahn (D) 54%
Antonio Villaraigosa (D) 46%

45th Congressional District (Campbell retiring)

Mimi Walters (R) 58%
Miguel Pulido (D) 42%

46th Congressional District

Loretta Sanchez (D) 61%
Beth Krom (D) 39%

47th Congressional District (Lowenthal retiring, running for Mayor of Anaheim)

Keith Curry (R) 51%
Van Tran (R) 49%

48th Congressional District (Rohrabacher retiring)

Matthew Harper (R) 50.03%
Deborah Cook (D) 49.97%

49th Congressional District

Darrell Issa (R) 59%
Dave Roberts (D) 41%

50th Congressional District


Brian Bilbray (D) 51%
Duncan D. Hunter (R) 49%


51st Congressional District

Juan Vargas (D) 54%
Mark Kersey (R) 46%

52nd Congressional District

Kevin Falcouner (R) 51%
Scott Peters (D) 49%

53rd Congressional District(Davis retiring)

Todd Gloria (D) 56%
Lorie Zapf (R) 44%













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« Reply #145 on: February 20, 2014, 12:50:03 PM »

Final Presidential Results



Hillary Clinton/Jay Nixon 364
Ted Cruz/Eric Cantor 168
Michael Bloomberg/Bill Bolling 6

Final Senate Results


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« Reply #146 on: February 20, 2014, 10:22:37 PM »

So, by my calculation, the current Senate makeup is the same as it is right now... right?!

2014
+R (AK, NJ, WV, NC, LA, AK, IA, MT, AR) (Handel won GA)
+D (KY, TX) (Granholm won MI)

So 2014 ended with +7 GOP, or 52-48 lead.

Then in 2016, Dems have a net 7 gain to get back to 55.
+R (NV)
+D (NH, GA, NC, IL, PA, WI, OH, FL)

Crazy back to back wave elections you have here for the senate, with the majority switching in back to back years.
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« Reply #147 on: February 21, 2014, 09:55:57 AM »

So, by my calculation, the current Senate makeup is the same as it is right now... right?!

2014
+R (AK, NJ, WV, NC, LA, AK, IA, MT, AR) (Handel won GA)
+D (KY, TX) (Granholm won MI)

So 2014 ended with +7 GOP, or 52-48 lead.

Then in 2016, Dems have a net 7 gain to get back to 55.
+R (NV)
+D (NH, GA, NC, IL, PA, WI, OH, FL)

Crazy back to back wave elections you have here for the senate, with the majority switching in back to back years.

Not Quite... Manchin switched parties shortly before the 2014 elections, meaning the GOP had a 53-47 majority after 2014 and Democrats now have 54-46 majority (If you include Bernie Sanders)
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« Reply #148 on: February 21, 2014, 11:28:54 AM »

So, by my calculation, the current Senate makeup is the same as it is right now... right?!

2014
+R (AK, NJ, WV, NC, LA, AK, IA, MT, AR) (Handel won GA)
+D (KY, TX) (Granholm won MI)

So 2014 ended with +7 GOP, or 52-48 lead.

Then in 2016, Dems have a net 7 gain to get back to 55.
+R (NV)
+D (NH, GA, NC, IL, PA, WI, OH, FL)

Crazy back to back wave elections you have here for the senate, with the majority switching in back to back years.

Not Quite... Manchin switched parties shortly before the 2014 elections, meaning the GOP had a 53-47 majority after 2014 and Democrats now have 54-46 majority (If you include Bernie Sanders)

Ah ok, missed that, thanks Smiley
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« Reply #149 on: February 21, 2014, 12:10:48 PM »
« Edited: February 22, 2014, 06:10:53 PM by NewYorkExpress »

The Clinton Cabinet And Other Assorted Positions (in order of nomination)




Terry McAuliffe, Chief of Staff

November 22, 2016


Karl Eikenberry, Ambassador to NATO
November 27, 2016


Ray Kelly, National Security Advisor


Avril Haines, Director of the CIA

December 5, 2016

Gen. William McRaven (Ret.) Director of National Intelligence

December 10, 2016

Edward Davis III, FBI Director
December 15, 2016


Michelle Obama, Ambassador to the United Nations



Eric Shinseki, Secretary of Veterans Affairs



Dr. Mehmet Oz, Surgeon General


Regina Benjamin, Secretary for Health and Human Services


David J. Skorton, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development


DeMuarice Smith, Secretary of Labor


Anthony Foxx, Secretary of Transportation



Jim Cantore, Director of the National Weather Service


Ernest Moniz, Secretary of Energy


Martin Eberhard, EPA Administrator


Tim Cook, Secretary of Commerce


Ryan Crocker, Ambassador to China


Arne Duncan, Secretary of Education


Harry Reid, Secretary of the Interior


Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Agriculture


Nancy Pelosi, Secretary of Homeland Security


Janet Yellen, Secretary of the Treasury


Austan Goolsbee, Chair of the Federal Reserve (relpacing Yellen)


Neal Wolin, Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers


Preet Bahara, Attorney General


Lindsey Graham, Secretary of Defense


Bill Richardson, Secretary of State

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