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  Alcon's 2005/2006 Election Projection Thread - Governors (search mode)
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E: 2.26, S: -4.88

« on: May 23, 2005, 10:16:27 am »

Nice work, Alcon.

But I think Georgia may be closer than you predict.  Taylor would lose to Perdue, but not by a landslide - almost certainly less than 10%.

And if Cox is the nominee, which is likely, this race should probably be a tossup, with perhaps slight GOP advantage, but due solely to incumbency and not strength on the part of Perdue.

Recent polls here shown Cox within 1 to 3 points of Perdue.
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E: 2.26, S: -4.88

« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2005, 05:30:02 pm »


Great, just what Colorado needs.  A Democratic governor.

Last time I checked, Pete wasn't exactly a Democrat. Wink

... or another Coors candidacy would result in a Democrat winning.
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