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« Reply #175 on: March 04, 2014, 04:02:49 PM »

May 25, 2017

French Presidential Runoff

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Former Prime Minister Francois Fillion 50.3%


Incumbent Francois Hollande 48.7%

Protest Vote/Spoiled Ballots 1.6%


May 29, 2017
Arne Duncan resigning, will run for D.C Mayor in 2014

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has announced his resignation effective July 31, 2017, and has also announced that he has filed an "exploratory committee" to run for Mayor of Washington D.C in 2018. He said that "due the fine work he has done over the years with Presidents Obama and Clinton, the Nation's Education system in a better place than at any point in our Nation's history.

June 13, 2017
New York Education Commissioner, Common Core Advocate John King, Clinton's nominee for Secretary of Education

President Clinton has moved with relative speed to find a replacement for outgoing Education Secretary Arne Duncan, nominating New York Education Commissioner, John King to the position. However given his ardent support of the unpopular Common Core initiative, Anderson Cooper openly questioned on AC360 earlier this evening whether he'd get support from either party, while both Bill O'Reilly (Fox News) and Luke Russert (MSNBC) both stated that they fought he would be rejected by a large margin, with O'Reilly saying that "Clinton's marital soap opera has affected her judgement" while Rachel Maddow (MSNBC) said "Hillary Clinton needs to primaried in 2020... It was a mistake to elect her, and we won't be fooled three times".
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« Reply #176 on: March 04, 2014, 10:21:43 PM »

June 19 ,2017

Arlington, Texas Mayoral Election


Incumbent Mayor Robert Cluck (R) 51%


City Councilwoman Sheri Capehart (R) 33%


Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson (R) 16%


Houston, Texas Mayoral Election


Former City Councilwoman Anne Clutterbuck (D) 50.15%


Former State Rep. and LGBT activist Glen Maxey (D) 17.15%


Former City Councilman and Immigration Attorney Gordon Quan (D) 15.5%


Harris County Constable Phil Sandlin (R) 13%


2013 Candidate Don Cook (Green) 4.3%


Albuquerque New Mexico, Mayoral Election


Former Lt. Governor Diane Denish (D) 47%


Incumbent Mayor Richard Berry (R) 43%


City Councilman Rey Garduno (D) 8.8%

El Paso, Texas Mayoral Election


El Paso City Councilman Steve Ortega 55%


El Paso County Judge Veronica Escobar 29%


Incumbent Mayor Oscar Leeser 15.7%
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« Reply #177 on: March 05, 2014, 12:48:15 AM »

Wow. Texas Municipal elections? You're going into a lot of detail here bro.
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« Reply #178 on: March 05, 2014, 12:12:51 PM »

Wow. Texas Municipal elections? You're going into a lot of detail here bro.

Albuquerque's in New Mexico...


June 26, 2017

Atlanta, Georgia Mayoral Election (Kasim Reed Term-Limited)


State Rep. Margaret Kaiser (HD-59) (D) 50%


Attorney Jesse Spikes (D) 21%


Retired Atlanta Braves 3B Larry "Chipper" Jones 18%


2012 State Senate Candidate (SD-35) Detrius Hill Jones (D) 10.2%


Allentown, Pennsylvania Elections


Former Mayor Roy Afflerbach (D) 47%


City Councilwoman Jeanette Eichenwald 38%


Devil Wears Prada Author Lauren Weisberger 14%




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« Reply #179 on: March 05, 2014, 03:01:45 PM »

July 10,2017

Boston, Massachusetts Mayoral Election


Incumbent Mayor Marty Walsh (D) 53%



Former Rep. Steven Lynch (D) 43%



Former Suffolk County DA Ralph Martin 9%


Albany, New York Mayoral Election


Incumbent Mayor Kathy Sheehan (D) 67%


Web Radio Host Jesse Calhoun 32.1%


Buffalo, New York Mayoral Election (Byron Brown retiring to become a U.S lobbyist for Labatt beer)

Former State Rep. Antoine Thompson (D) 54%


Retired Buffalo Bills Kicker Scott Norwood (I/R) 45%


Charlotte, North Carolina Mayoral Election


Incumbent Mayor Patrick Cannon (D) 42%


Carolina Panthers President Danny Morrison 33%


Former City councilman Edwin Peacock III (R) 24%

Los Angeles California, Mayoral Election


Former Rep. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D) 50.3%


Incumbent Mayor Herb Wesson (D) 49.7%
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« Reply #180 on: March 05, 2014, 08:54:46 PM »

July 14, 2017

King escapes committee

New York State Department of Education Director John King advanced out of the Senate Committee of Health, Education, Labor and Pensions by a 11-10 vote, with nine Democrats plus Bernie Sanders voting against the nomination, while Senators Heitkamp (D-ND) and Grimes (D-KY) voted with Republicans.


July 17, 2017

New Jersey Primaries

Senate (Special)

Republicans

Former Governor and EPA commissioner Christine Todd Whitman 39%


State Sen. Kevin O'Toole 17%


Doctor and Activist Aileta Eck 12%


Former Morris County Freeholder William Chegwidden 11%


Warren County Freeholder Jason Sarnoski 9.7%


Cape May County Clerk Rita Marie Fulginiti 6.5%


Democrats

State Senator Barbara Buono 49%


Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich 24%


Bergen County Freeholder David Ganz 15%


Former Jersey City Mayor Jeremiah Healey 9%


Governor

Democrats

Incumbent Cory Booker/Former Governor and State Senator Richard Codey 88%


Republicans

Former Senator and State Attorney General Jeffery Chiesa/Former State Senator Nicholas Asselta 53%


State Rep. Caroline Casagrande/Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso 46.2%
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« Reply #181 on: March 05, 2014, 09:09:55 PM »

July 14, 2017

King escapes committee

New York State Department of Education Director John King advanced out of the Senate Committee of Health, Education, Labor and Pensions by a 11-10 vote, with nine Democrats plus Bernie Sanders voting against the nomination, while Senators Heitkamp (D-ND) and Grimes (D-KY) voted with Republicans.


July 17, 2017

New Jersey Primaries

Senate (Special)

Republicans

Former Governor and EPA commissioner Christine Todd Whitman 39%


State Sen. Kevin O'Toole 17%


Doctor and Activist Aileta Eck 12%


Former Morris County Freeholder William Chegwidden 11%


Warren County Freeholder Jason Sarnoski 9.7%


Cape May County Clerk Rita Marie Fulginiti 6.5%


Democrats

State Senator Barbara Buono 49%


Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich 24%


Bergen County Freeholder David Ganz 15%


Former Jersey City Mayor Jeremiah Healey 9%


Governor

Democrats

Incumbent Cory Booker/Former Governor and State Senator Richard Codey 88%


Republicans

Former Senator and State Attorney General Jeffery Chiesa/Former State Senator Nicholas Asselta 53%


State Rep. Caroline Casagrande/Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso 46.2%
I know that guy!!! He teaches at a local high school.
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« Reply #182 on: March 06, 2014, 05:12:59 PM »

August 8, 2017
King confirmed by Senate in divisive vote

For the first time, Vice-President Jay Nixon was needed to break a tie vote, as the Senate deadlocked 48-48 on the nomination of New York Secretary of Education John King to become Secretary of Education. Bernie Sanders (VT) voted with Republicans in opposition of the nomination, while Senators Casey(PA) and Madigan (IL) voted present. Senators Gillibrand (NY) and Wasserman Schultz (FL) were not present. 

August 15, 2017
Kelly to resign as NSA adviser

Ray Kelly announced his resignation as National Security Adviser today, stating that Hillary Clinton was knowledgeable enough on foreign and domestic affairs, that he felt that there was nothing he could advise her on. Clinton has accepted the resignation with deep regret and said that Kelly would stay on until Halloween or a replacement is named, whichever comes first.


August 18, 2017
Khabarovsk, Russia

Vladimir Putin perishes in photo opp gone wrong
It was supposed a simple photo opportunity with a Siberian Tiger, 141 Kilometers of Khabarovsk, Russia for President Vladimir Putin. Instead it turned into a disaster as the Tiger mauled the Russian President, resulting in his death at age sixty-three. Funeral arrangements have not been released to Russian or Western Media. Demitry Medvedev will be named interim President ahead of the 2018 elections.

August 19, 2017
Moscow, Russia

As Russia mourns, government must go on
Interim President Demitry Medvedev announced that he would not seek the Presidency in the 2018 elections, scheduled one week of mourning for Vladimir Putin, and announced that Energy Minister Alexander Novak would replace him as Prime Minister.
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« Reply #183 on: March 07, 2014, 12:46:53 PM »

September 1, 2017

German Bundestag Elections



CDU/CSU- Current Chancellor Angela Merkel -46% of the vote, 339 seats


SPD- Minister of Economics of Energy Sigmar Gabriel- 28% of the vote and 189 seats


The Left- Former Member of European Parliament Tobias Pfluegr 13% of the vote and 49 seats


Greens- Stuttgart Mayor Fritz Kuhn- 9% of the vote and 54 seats


October 10, 2017
Clinton makes NSA pick

President Hillary Clinton has in a single-page press release, confirmed that former CIA and Defense Department Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash will be the new National Security Adviser.

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« Reply #184 on: March 07, 2014, 09:26:16 PM »

November 7, 2017

Election Day 2017

Virginia Governor



Eric Cantor (R) 54%
George Barker (D) 41%
Robert Sarvis (L) 4%

Virginia Lt. Governor

Robert Krupica (D) 52%
James LeMunyon (R) 47%

Virginia Attorney General

Arthur Culvahouse (R) 54%
Adam Ebbin (D) 45%

New Jersey Governor/Lt. Governor

Jeffery Chiesa/Nicholas Asselta (R) 49%
Cory Booker/Richard Codey (D) 48%

New Jersey Senate (Special)

Barbara Buono (D) 50%
Christine Todd Whitman (R) 47%

Seattle Mayoral Election

Incumbent Mayor Ed Murray (D) 51%
Seattle Seahawks Head Coach Pete Carroll 48.8%


St. Petersburg Mayoral Election

Lobbyist David Jolly (R) 51%
Incumbent Mayor Rick Kriesman (D) 48%

New York City Mayor

Incumbent Mayor Bill De Blasio (D) 55%
Former Rep. Susan Molinari (R) 41%
2005 nominee for Queens Borough President Phillip Sica (Conservative) 3%

New York City Public Advocate

Incumbent Letitia James (D) 64%
2013 Candidate and former State Senator Daniel Squadron (Recieved a Wilson Pakula to run as Republican against James) 35%

New York City Comptroller

Former Governor, Attorney General Eliot Spitzer (D) 59%
2013 Mayoral Candidate and Businessman John Catsimatidis (R) 40%

Manhattan Borough President (Brewer named Provost of Pace University)

Former New York City Councilman Robert Jackson (D) 74%
MTA Bus Chief Executive Daryl Irick 25%

Bronx Borough President

City Councilman James Vacca (D) 51%
Former Yankees Pitcher Mariano Rivera 49%

Queens Borough President

City Councilman, former State Assemblyman Rory Lancman (D) 53%
Former Rep. Bob Turner (R) 46.7%

Staten Island Borough President

State Assemblyman Matthew Titone (D) 52%
Incumbent James Oddo (R) 47%
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« Reply #185 on: March 08, 2014, 12:10:45 PM »

December 21, 2017
U.N chooses new Secretary-General


Former Austrian Foreign Minister, Ambassador to Switzerland, Ursala Plasnik, 72 votes (Security Council permanent Members, France, China)

Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, 55 votes

Belgian Minster for Finance, former Minister for Foreign Affairs Steven Vankere 34 votes (Security Council Permanent Member, United Kingdom)

Former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz 17 votes

European Commissoner for Justice, Fundemental Rights and Citizenship, former EU Commisoner for Informnation Society and Media, and former EU Commisioner for Education and Culture Vivene Reding 15 votes (UN Security Council Permanent Members United States, Russia)
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« Reply #186 on: March 08, 2014, 02:53:19 PM »
« Edited: March 08, 2014, 04:30:42 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Midterms begin

January 23, 2018
Illinois Primaries

Governor-Democrats

Incumbent Rahm Emanuel 89%

Governor- Republicans

Former Elgin Mayor Ed Schock 26%

Hall of Fame Football Coach and ESPN analyst Mike Ditka 25%

Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka 23%

State Rep. Patrica Bellock 22%

2014 candidate Bruce Rauner 3%


Secretary of State-Democrats (White retiring)


State Senator Mike Frerichs 35%

Cult theater Micheal Nelson 27%

Entrepreneur (George Foreman Grill) Micheal Boehm) 24%

Warrenville Mayor Dave Brummel 13%


Secretary of State-Republicans


Former Treasurer and 2014 Gubernatorial Dan Rutherford 48%

2010 nominee Robert Enriquez 30%

2008 nominee for HD-57, James Tatooles 22%

Attorney General- Democrats


Incumbent Kwame Raoul 62%

Former McDonald's CEO Don Thompson 36%

Attorney General- Republicans


Former State Rep. Angelo Savino 52%

Former U.S Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, Patrick Fitzgerald 48%


Illinois Treasurer-Democrats

Former Director of Labor Joseph Costigan 51%

Chicago White Sox Executive Vice-President and former General Manager Kenny Williams 42%

Director Phil Alden Robertson (Campaign slogan, If you build it, wins will come) 5%

Treasurer- Republicans

Billionaire and former Chicago Cubs Owner, Sam Zell 56%

Former Professional Soccer Coach Gary Hindley 20%

Milwaukee Wave Owner Sue Black 14%

Former Chicago White Sox Organist Nancy Faust 8%


Comptroller- Democrats

Incumbent Comptroller Sheila Simon 49%

Former Governor Pat Quinn 35%

State Senator Gary Forby 13%

Comptroller-Republicans

Caterpillar Chairman&CEO Douglas Oberhelman 35%

State Senator Pamela Altenhoff 32%

Ameren CEO and General Counsel Greg Nelson 31%

Mayor of Chicago

Former U.S Secretary of Education Arne Duncan (D) 51%

Former Rep. Bobby Rush (D) 42%

Former State Senator Rickey Hendon (D) 5%

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« Reply #187 on: March 08, 2014, 03:50:05 PM »

If chipper ran for mayor no way he would lose
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« Reply #188 on: March 08, 2014, 04:44:36 PM »

If chipper ran for mayor no way he would lose

Chipper's not exactly an experienced politician yet, and he also entered the race relatively late, after Kaiser locked up most endorsements.

February 13, 2018
Delaware Primaries

Senate- Carper retiring

Democrats

Former Governor Jack Markell 58%
Lawyer and Son of former Senator and Vice President, Hunter Biden 41%

Republicans

2012 Gubernatorial Nominee Jeff Cragg 48%
2010 Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell 46%
Perennial Candidate and Airline Pilot Micheal Protack 4%

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« Reply #189 on: March 09, 2014, 01:05:17 PM »

February 21,2018

West Virginia Primaries

Senator-Republicans

Incumbent Joe Manchin 45%

State Senator Mike Hall 27%

State Delegate Daryl Cowles 26%


Senator-Democrats

Lt. Governor Natalie Tennant 57%

Former Treasurer and 2014 Senate nominee John Purdue 31%

Former State Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher 11%



March 6, 2018

Arkansas Primaries

Governor

Republicans


Incumbent G.Gordon Gearhart 77%

Actress/Vocalist Ketty Lester 22%

Democrats

Former White House Chief of Staff (1993-1994) and Chief of Staff to Vice-President Nixon (January 27, 2016 to April,7 2017) Mack McLarty 40%

Former Rep. Marion Berry 37%

Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola 21%

Lt. Governor
Republicans

Former State Senator Johnny Key 53%
Incumbent Chad Dowd 46%

Democrats

Former State Rep. Greg Leding 44%

Lead Singer for Tesla, former Lead Singer for Bar 7 Jeff Keith 39%

Retired Football Player Madre Hill 15%


Republicans

State Rep. Joe Farrer 53%
Former State Rep. , and 2014 candidate for Lt. Governor Andy Mayberry 46.6%

Democrats

Former Clinton Paramour Paula Jones 50%
Former Arkansas First Lady Ginger Beebe 49.7%

Attorney General
Republicans

Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones 57%
Businessman Sheffield Nelson 37%
Retired Astronaut Scott Prarazynski 5%

Democrats

Former Rep. and 2014 Gubernatorial nominee, Mike Ross 77%
Former U.S Attorney for the Western District of Arkansas, Harold Michael Ogelsby 21%

Auditor of State

Republicans

Former Reagan Administration Official Shelby Brewer 48%
State Rep. John Payton 46%

Democrats

University Of Arkansas Athletic Director Jeff Long 55%
Actress Karri Turner 43%

Treasurer of State

Republicans

Secretary of State Mark Martin 73%
President of Northwest Arkansas Community College Paneitz 25%

Democrats

Former Rep. Vic Snyder 59%
Lt. General (Ret.) Robert Hinson 40%
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« Reply #190 on: March 10, 2014, 02:20:57 PM »

March, 8, 2018

New Hampshire Primaries

Governor

Democrats


Terri Norelli 93%

Republicans

Former Rep. Jeb Bradley 41%
Former Sen. Scott Brown 40%
Former State Rep. William Infantine 10%

Secretary Of State (Gardner retiring)

Democrats

Concord Mayor Jim Bouley 47%

State Rep. Candice Bouchard 43%

Former Editor of the Concord Monitor Felice Belman 8%

Republicans


State Rep. Kevin Waterhouse 43%

State Rep. Lawrence Kappler 40%

Former State Rep. Julie Brown 14%


2nd Congressional District (Will face Rep. Peter Bragdon in November

Democrats

State Senator David Watters 42%
Manchester Alderman Jim Long 32%
Snowboarder Charles "Chas" Guldermund" 19%


Maine Primaries

Governor

Republicans

Incumbent Olympia Snowe 61%
Former Rep. Lois Snowe-Mello 37%

Democrats

Former State Rep. Mark Eves 27%
State Senator Geoffery Gratwick 24%
Director Todd Field 20%
Augusta City Council Woman and Former State Treasurer Dale McCormick 19%
Former Ambassador to Algeria (2008-2011) Greece (August 5, 2013 to November 10, 2016) and Turkey (January 17, 2017, to July 24, 2017) 9%

Senate (King running as Independent)

Democrats

Former Governor John Baldacci 54%
Attorney General Janet Mills 43%
Former Public Utilities Commissioner 2%

Republicans

State Rep. Andre Cushing 43%
Comic Book Writer Kevin Eastman 42%
Augusta Mayor William Stokes 14%
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« Reply #191 on: March 10, 2014, 08:44:16 PM »
« Edited: March 11, 2014, 08:38:17 PM by NewYorkExpress »

March 19, 2018

Vermont Primaries

Senator (Sanders retiring)

Democrats

Governor Peter Shumlin 59%
State Rep. Chip Conquest 40%


Republicans

Former Governor Jim Douglas 62%
2010 State Senate Candidate Cheryl Hooker 21%
2010 State Senate Candidate Ed Larson 16%

Governor (Shumlin running for Senate
Democrats

State Rep. Shap Smith (Speaker of House) 77%
State Rep. Janet Ancel 21%

Republicans

State Rep. Martha Feltus 60%
2010 Attorney General Nominee Aaron Toscano 38%

Lt. Governor

Democrats

Incumbent Elizabeth Pearce 60%
Burlington Mayor Wienburger 39%

Republicans

Vergennes Mayor William Benton 51%
Co-founder and CEO of Casella Waste Systems John Casella 48%


Attorney General
Democrats

Incumbent Bill Sorrell 55%
Retired Football Player David Ball 43%

Republican

Barre Mayor Thom Lauzen 48%
State Rep. Eileen Dickinson 47.6%

Auditor

Democrats
Incumbent Doug Hoffer 81%

Republicans

State Rep. Larry Cupoli 67%
Former Sports Illustrated Writer and Owner for the Vermont Frost Heaves Alexander Wolff 32%

Secretary of State

Democrats
Incumbent Jim Condos 77%
State Rep. Susan Hatch Davis 21%

Republicans

State Senator Norman McAllister 53%
2010 nominee Jason Gibbs 41%
Orange North Supervisory Union Superintendent Douglas Shiok 4%

Treasurer Of State
Democrats

Former Treasurer Jeb Spaulding 57%
State Senator Claire Ayer 42%

Republicans

State Rep. Donald Turner Jr. (Minority Leader) 41%
Radio announcer and founder of Thunder Road International Speedbowl (Barre VT) , American Canadian Tour Late Model racing Series, Co-founder of World Sports Enterprises, former Owner/President of Radio Vermont Inc. (retired in June 2015), co-founder of the Motor Racing Network, and Former Co-Owner of Airborne Speedway (Plattsburgh, New York) and NASCAR Hall of Famer, Ken Squier 40.92%
Psychologist and Textbook Author Peter Gray 17.67%
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« Reply #192 on: March 11, 2014, 01:20:08 PM »

March 27, 2016

South Carolina Primaries

Governor
Democrats

Columbia Mayor Steven Benjamin 51%
Opera Singer David Daniels 47%

Republicans

Incumbent Trey Gowdy/Incumbent Lt. Governor McConnell 69%
Miss World 1990 Gina Tolleson/Greenville Mayor Knox White 28%

Attorney General

Democrats

2010 Nominee Matthew Richardson 56%
Bassist Steve Bailey 30%
Surfside Beach Mayor Douglas Samples 13%

Republicans

Incumbent Alan Wilson 55%
2010 Candidate Robert Bolchoz 27%
Travelers Rest Mayor Wayne McCall 17.3%

Secretary of State

Democrats
Activist (And first woman to graduate the Citadel) Nancy Mace 50%
Incumbent Mark Hammond 39%
Charleston City Councilman Michael Seekings 9%

Democrats

Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley 55%
Former Columbia Mayor Bob Coble 43%
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