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« on: October 31, 2018, 09:08:08 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2018, 09:13:52 am »

The only question is does Baker crack 70%
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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2018, 09:14:46 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.
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« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2018, 09:17:59 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Yup, what an irony that a GOP governor wins a massive landslide reelection in one of the bluest states in a blue wave year. Even though he's a RINO.
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« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2018, 09:19:15 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Yup, what an irony that a GOP governor wins a massive landslide reelection in one of the bluest states in a blue wave year. Even though he's a RINO.

Or a moderate Republican. Of which there used to be many.
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« Reply #5 on: October 31, 2018, 09:23:15 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.
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« Reply #6 on: October 31, 2018, 09:35:18 am »

#BakerUnder66
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Sir Mohamed
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« Reply #7 on: October 31, 2018, 10:04:37 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.

Nah, the GOP is too radical. He won't get 5% nationally. He may run for a third term in '22 as MA doesn't have term limits.
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« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2018, 10:18:02 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.

Nah, the GOP is too radical. He won't get 5% nationally. He may run for a third term in '22 as MA doesn't have term limits.

LOL, if the GOP is too radical so are the D's, even more so with their prollys Harris, Booker, Warren, Gillibrand. They would throw the Country back for Ages to come if they became POTUS.
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« Reply #9 on: October 31, 2018, 10:20:19 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.

Nah, the GOP is too radical. He won't get 5% nationally. He may run for a third term in '22 as MA doesn't have term limits.

LOL, if the GOP is too radical so are the D's, even more so with their prollys Harris, Booker, Warren, Gillibrand. They would throw the Country back for Ages to come if they became POTUS.

Totally misses the point that the GOP base is not supporting a pro choice moderate New Englander unless he goes hard-right. But even then it wouldn't be authentic. It's not 1960 anymore.
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« Reply #10 on: October 31, 2018, 10:24:44 am »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.

Nah, the GOP is too radical. He won't get 5% nationally. He may run for a third term in '22 as MA doesn't have term limits.

LOL, if the GOP is too radical so are the D's, even more so with their prollys Harris, Booker, Warren, Gillibrand. They would throw the Country back for Ages to come if they became POTUS.

Are you capable of not spewing hackery for a moment to have a civilized discussion about an entirely unrelated point?
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« Reply #11 on: October 31, 2018, 11:47:03 am »

Lol who care
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« Reply #12 on: October 31, 2018, 01:46:09 pm »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.
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« Reply #13 on: October 31, 2018, 06:52:05 pm »

Baker (R, inc.): 65%
Gonzalez (D): 27%

402 LV.

https://www1.wne.edu/news/2018/10/2018-mass-poll.cfm


Safe RINO, nothing to see here.

I am so glad to see that ticket-splitting is not dead, and that Massachusetts is giving an excellent Governor another term. And this is yet another poll showing Baker outperforming Warren.

Mark my words. Baker will be a Major Contender for the 2024 GOP POTUS Nomination no matter if Trump loses or wins in 2020.

Nah, the GOP is too radical. He won't get 5% nationally. He may run for a third term in '22 as MA doesn't have term limits.

LOL, if the GOP is too radical so are the D's, even more so with their prollys Harris, Booker, Warren, Gillibrand. They would throw the Country back for Ages to come if they became POTUS.

Taking the country back? Isn't that what people like you support Trump for?
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« Reply #14 on: October 31, 2018, 10:07:22 pm »

Tough poll for Gonzalez. Have to move this down to Likely D, seems to be collapsing at the finish line.
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« Reply #15 on: November 01, 2018, 02:20:14 am »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.
Who is a real moderate then lol

Anyway gj to Baker well deserved hope he runs again in ‘22, he provides just the right amount of moderating influence to curb the worst tendencies of the MA legislatures without trying to govern as if he were in a red state or anywhere close to it. The people of MA get a liberal government like they want, just one that doesn’t go full crazy like a CA.
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« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2018, 04:57:13 am »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.
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« Reply #17 on: November 01, 2018, 09:48:43 am »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.
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« Reply #18 on: November 01, 2018, 01:03:39 pm »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.
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« Reply #19 on: November 01, 2018, 01:44:01 pm »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.
This is not true. Charlie Baker is only a "moderate" because of the Democratic legislature. I don't even have a problem with him winning. Both of you don't know anything about my political philosophy.

You won't see Wyoming or Utah electing a Democratic governor in the foreseeable future. Yet Democratic states are supposed elect "moderate" Republicans. Why is that?
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« Reply #20 on: November 01, 2018, 03:05:11 pm »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.
This is not true. Charlie Baker is only a "moderate" because of the Democratic legislature. I don't even have a problem with him winning. Both of you don't know anything about my political philosophy.

You won't see Wyoming or Utah electing a Democratic governor in the foreseeable future. Yet Democratic states are supposed elect "moderate" Republicans. Why is that?

Because Massachusetts actually has a robust Republican party that produces plenty of moderates. Wyoming and (to a lesser extent) Utah do not. They have no Democratic infrastructure producing those candidates consistently.
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« Reply #21 on: November 01, 2018, 03:07:54 pm »

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.

Sickening. So many Democrats will continue to fall for "moderate" Republicans.

What's wrong with this? And why "moderate" in quotes, he isn't one? Charlie has been a great governor and should continue his work. I would vote for him more enthusiastically than I'd vote for Liz Warren.

Hopefully he gets to 70%. Nothing against Gonzalez though, he's a good man but running the wrong race and the wrong time.

I fully agree with this. Partisans such as New Frontier would rather vote straight-ticket Democratic and would never deviate from that. I have no problem voting for good politicians from either party, who are dedicated to their constituents and effectively address the issues.
This is not true. Charlie Baker is only a "moderate" because of the Democratic legislature. I don't even have a problem with him winning. Both of you don't know anything about my political philosophy.

You won't see Wyoming or Utah electing a Democratic governor in the foreseeable future. Yet Democratic states are supposed elect "moderate" Republicans. Why is that?

Because Massachusetts actually has a robust Republican party that produces plenty of moderates. Wyoming and (to a lesser extent) Utah do not. They have no Democratic infrastructure producing those candidates consistently.

Agreed. And if New Frontier truly believes that all Republicans are "evil, racist, extreme, ideological fundamentalists who will destroy this country", then I feel sorry for him. If I said the same about Democrats, what would the response be?
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« Reply #22 on: November 01, 2018, 03:10:39 pm »


Kind of curious why you seem to have such a negative opinion of Charlie Baker (not saying so much from this comment but previous ones, too) ... correct me if I'm wrong?
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« Reply #23 on: November 01, 2018, 04:05:59 pm »

I would so gladly trade that 38-point lead to Jay Gonzalez in exchange for Scott Walker, Mike DeWine, Scott Wagner, Brian Kemp or Ron DeSantis being up by that much instead.
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« Reply #24 on: November 01, 2018, 04:25:44 pm »

I would so gladly trade that 38-point lead to Jay Gonzalez in exchange for Scott Walker, Mike DeWine, Scott Wagner, Brian Kemp or Ron DeSantis being up by that much instead.

I get abortion is an important issue to a lot of people, but the hate some far righties give any Republican who doesn't completely conform on ONE issue is a truly interesting thing to behold.  Being pro-choice gets you INSTANTLY labeled not a "true conservative," while someone like yourself can stray from conservative orthodoxy on any number of class and economic related issues and call yourself "far right" with complete, 100% confidence.  Doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
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