Your past voting history?
       |           

Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?
November 26, 2022, 02:20:07 PM
News: Election Simulator 2.0 Released. Senate/Gubernatorial maps, proportional electoral votes, and more - Read more

  Talk Elections
  General Politics
  Political Debate (Moderator: Torie)
  Your past voting history?
« previous next »
Pages: 1 [2] 3 4
Author Topic: Your past voting history?  (Read 7495 times)
Garibaldi Day
Battista Minola 1616
Atlas Politician
Junior Chimp
*****
Posts: 9,950
Vatican City State


Political Matrix
E: -5.55, S: -1.57

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #25 on: July 31, 2020, 03:57:38 PM »

President:
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Jill Stein (Primary: Donald J. Trump)
2020: Unknown (Primary would have been Pete Buttigieg but the riots prevented me from casting a vote)

Senate
2012: Bob Casey
2016: Katie McGinty (would change with hindsight)
2018: Bob Casey

Governor:
2014: Tom Wolf (Primary: Tom Corbett's opponent who got thrown off the ballot after printing)
2018: Joe Paterno

House:
2014: Pat Meehan
2016: Dwight Evans (Primary: Stan Casacio)
2018: Dwight Evans

How did you go from supporting Trump in the Republican primary to voting Stein in the general election?
Logged
Sprouts Farmers Market ✘
Sprouts
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 14,213
Italy


Political Matrix
E: -4.90, S: 1.74

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #26 on: July 31, 2020, 11:06:11 PM »

President:
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Jill Stein (Primary: Donald J. Trump)
2020: Unknown (Primary would have been Pete Buttigieg but the riots prevented me from casting a vote)

Senate
2012: Bob Casey
2016: Katie McGinty (would change with hindsight)
2018: Bob Casey

Governor:
2014: Tom Wolf (Primary: Tom Corbett's opponent who got thrown off the ballot after printing)
2018: Joe Paterno

House:
2014: Pat Meehan
2016: Dwight Evans (Primary: Stan Casacio)
2018: Dwight Evans

How did you go from supporting Trump in the Republican primary to voting Stein in the general election?

I still preferred Trump in the two-party, but I figured it was a foregone conclusion he would lose, and I didn't want to support a loser so I made a statement by voting Green in protest for an important issue for a candidate that was pretty likable. I had some concerns about Trump post-Access Hollywood, but I think I realized that was all a hit job/media lie long before Election Day and the bigger thing was that he wasn't a winner (but that event could have contributed to that perception).

I was on vacation the week before election day so I was not following the last minute news that supposedly turned it, except for a few moments in an airport.
Logged
here2view
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 3,554
United States


Political Matrix
E: -2.13, S: -1.74


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2020, 06:45:31 PM »

I became eligible in 2013 but didn't vote in 2014 or in the 2016 primary.

Presidential - General:

2016: Hillary Clinton (D)
2020: Joe Biden (D)

Presidential - Primaries:

2020: Joe Biden (D)

MA Senate:

2018: Elizabeth Warren (D)
2020: Primary Winner (D) although I prefer Kennedy

MA Governor:

2018: Charlie Baker (R)
Logged
Coolface Sock #42069
whitesox130
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 4,700
United States


Political Matrix
E: 4.39, S: 2.26


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #28 on: August 21, 2020, 01:13:54 AM »

‘08 primary: Huckabee
‘08 general: McCain
‘10: did not vote
‘12 primary: did not vote
‘12 general: Romney
‘14 gubernatorial: Rauner (can’t remember who I voted for in primary; maybe Bill Brady?). This one was a tough choice for me since I still liked Quinn as well.
‘14 Senate primary: Oberweis? Can’t remember for sure
‘14 Senate general: Oberweis
‘15 IL-18 special primary: Flynn
‘16 presidential primary: Cruz (supported Rubio but had written him off by this point and just wanted to stop Trump)
‘16 presidential general: Johnson, but considered Clinton.
‘16 Senate general: Kirk
‘18 governor: Rauner. Unlike ‘14, not a hard decision at all.
‘20 president: Not sure yet, considering Biden or Jorgensen, or writing in Harambe or some other meme.
‘20 Senate: Literally anybody who is nominated to face Durbin
Logged
brucejoel99
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 18,485
Ukraine


Political Matrix
E: -3.48, S: -3.30


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #29 on: August 21, 2020, 01:33:41 AM »
« Edited: August 21, 2020, 12:18:12 PM by brucejoel99 »

Presidential:
2020: Joe Biden (primary), Joe Biden/Kamala Harris (general)

Senate:
2018: Bill Nelson

Governor:
2018: Gwen Graham (primary), Andrew Gillum/Chris King (general)

House:
2018: Debbie Wasserman Schultz
2020: Jen Perelman (primary), Debbie Wasserman Schultz (general)
Logged
RINO Tom
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 16,071
United States


Political Matrix
E: 2.45, S: -0.52

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #30 on: August 21, 2020, 10:39:25 AM »
« Edited: August 21, 2020, 10:54:20 AM by RINO Tom »

From my first election I could vote in (2010 midterms) to 2014, I marked the "Straight Ticket Republican" box in Iowa, but I will just list the major candidates:

2010 (IA-1)
POTUS: N/A
Senate: Chuck Grassley (R) over Roxanne Conlin (D)
House: Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R) over Dave Loebsack (D)
Governor: Terry Branstad (R) over Chet Culver (D)

Record: 2-1, with my Miller-Meeks vote being a loser in Iowa

2012 (IA-1)
POTUS: Mitt Romney (R) over Barack Obama (D)
Senate: N/A
House: John Archer (R) over Dave Loebsack (D)
Governor: N/A

Record: 0-2, with my Romney and Archer votes being losers in Iowa

2014 (IA-1)
POTUS: N/A
Senate: Joni Ernst (R) over Bruce Braley (D)
House: Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R) over Dave Loebsack (D)
Governor: Terry Branstad (R) over Jack Hatch (D)

Record: 2-1, with my Miller-Meeks vote once again being a loser in Iowa

2016 (IA-1)
POTUS: Hillary Clinton (D) over Donald Trump (R)
Senate: Chuck Grassley (R) over Patty Judge (D)
House: Christopher Peters (R) over Dave Loebsack (D)
Governor: N/A

Record: 1-2, with my Clinton and Peters (whom I know, and he's a wonderful guy!) votes being losers in Iowa

2018 (IA-1)
POTUS: N/A
Senate: N/A
House: Christopher Peters (R) over Dave Loebsack (D)
Governor: Kim Reynolds (R) over Fred Hubbell (D)

Record: 1-1, with my ever-naive Peters vote being a loser again in Iowa

Overall, I am 6-7 in my voting success, lol.  Being in Iowa City's district with a very popular Loebsack (whom my mother taught with for years and said is a fantastic man ... though she voted against him every time!) doomed me to always lose that race, it seems.

As for 2020, I haven't decided if I will vote yet.  I now live in the hilariously shaped IL-7, represented by Danny K. Davis.  However, because I am in an MBA program full-time, I can still identify as a student and vote in Iowa, which I will do if I vote at all, as I can see zero point in voting from my new location in Chicago.  If I do vote in Iowa, this is how I am leaning:

2020 (IA-1, Absentee)
POTUS: Abstain
Senate: Joni Ernst (R) over Theresa Greenfield (D)
House: Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R) over Rita Hart (D)
Governor: N/A

A couple of thoughts on 2020
- I think for the good of the nation and the GOP, Donald Trump needs to be removed from office this November.  However, I also think a vote for Joe Biden is not really a vote for Joe Biden ... the guy is barely there.  Kamala Harris as POTUS doesn't excite me, and while I would overall prefer her losing to a GOP challenger in 2024 vs. Donald Trump having four more years, I will not help elect Biden/her directly.  I don't really care if that makes sense to anyone else.
- Mariannette Miller-Meeks is actually a very impressive person, and she comes across as a reasonable conservative ... gal cannot catch a break!  Loebsack finally retires and she's stuck in a terrible environment to have an R next to your name. Sad
- I likely won't bother voting.  I know that is like the biggest taboo on Atlas, but I have become quite disillusioned.
Logged
MT Treasurer, Axed with Lax
IndyRep
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 14,277
United States


P P
Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #31 on: August 21, 2020, 11:29:45 AM »

- I likely won't bother voting.  I know that is like the biggest taboo on Atlas, but I have become quite disillusioned.

Noooo, we need the RINOs to cancel out "populist" Trump/Greenfield voters. Tongue In all seriousness, I can empathize with your sentiment (and I’m not voting for Trump or Biden either), but you and I are both in states where the down-ballot races are both uniquely important (much more so than the presidential race) and extremely close this year, so that alone is a good reason to get out and vote. Republicans obviously need to hold IA-SEN to even have a prayer of keeping the Senate and preventing a Democratic trifecta/Schumer from becoming Majority Leader under a (pretty much guaranteed) Biden presidency, so think of it as a midterm vote under a Biden/Harris presidency if that makes it less painful. Tongue Even if Republicans lose the Senate, holding seats like MT and IA will make it much easier for the party to take it back in 2022.

I’d also say your girl has the best shot in a long time in a high-turnout election with Loebsack retiring and the district trending a little Republican. It’s not an easy race by any means, but it’s winnable for the party (I didn’t realize this is the fourth time Miller-Meeks is running for this seat!).
Logged
Coolface Sock #42069
whitesox130
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 4,700
United States


Political Matrix
E: 4.39, S: 2.26


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #32 on: August 21, 2020, 04:04:34 PM »

Hey RINO Tom, Loebsack represents Iowa’s second congressional district.
Logged
Coastal Elitist
Tea Party Hater
Jr. Member
***
Posts: 1,828
United States


Political Matrix
E: 6.71, S: -1.57

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #33 on: August 24, 2020, 02:29:32 PM »

I turned 18 right before the 2012 presidential election

2012:
President: Barack Obama
Senate: Elizabeth Emken
House (CA-15): Eric Swalwell

2014:
Governor: Neel Kashkari
House (CA-15): Eric Swalwell

2016:
Presidential primary: John Kasich
President: John Kasich
Senate: Loretta Sanchez
House (CA-15): Danny Turner

2018:
Governor: John Cox
Senate primary: James Bradley
Senate general: Diane Feinstein
House (CA-15): Rudy Peters

Logged
Sean Patrick Baloney
Fubart Solman
Junior Chimp
*****
Posts: 8,608
United States


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #34 on: August 24, 2020, 03:25:44 PM »

2012: Johnson for president, Feinstein for Senate, Bera (D) for House

2014: Brown for Governor, Bera for House

2016: Johnson for president, Harris for Senate, Bera for House

2018: Newsom for governor, De Leon for Senate, Bera for House

2020: Biden for president, Bera for House

I have always been registered in CA-07. Basically straight ticket D other than Johnson for president and a time or two when the top two in my state legislature races were both Republicans.
Logged
Ferguson97
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 18,736
United States


P P

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #35 on: August 24, 2020, 03:26:14 PM »

2016
Presidential primary: Bernie Sanders
Congressional primary (NJ-05): Josh Gottheimer
Presidential election: Hillary Clinton
Congressional election (NJ-05): Josh Gottheimer

2017
Gubernatorial primary: Phil Murphy
Gubernatorial election: Phil Murphy

2018
Senate primary: Lisa McCormick
Congressional primary: Josh Gottheimer
Senate election: Bob Menendez
Congressional election: Josh Gottheimer

2020
Presidential primary: Joe Biden
Senate primary: Cory Booker
Congressional primary: Josh Gottheimer
Logged
Swedish Rainbow Capitalist Cheese
JOHN91043353
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 4,548
Sweden


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #36 on: August 24, 2020, 04:26:06 PM »

Parliament:

2010 - Center Party
2014 - Center Party
2018 - Center Party

European Parliament:

2009 - Greens (Greens/EFA)
2014 - Center Party  (ALDE)
2019 - Center Party  (ALDE)

City Council:

2010 - Moderates
2014 - Center Party 
2018 - Center Party
   
Logged
Vosem
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 11,974
United States


Political Matrix
E: 8.13, S: -6.09

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #37 on: August 24, 2020, 06:27:40 PM »

I've been voting from a very young age since I registered older family members.

Presidential elections (primary/general)
2008: McCain/McCain
2012: Romney/Romney
2016: Kasich/Johnson
2020: Weld/currently intend to vote Jorgensen

Gubernatorial elections (primary/general)
2010: Kasich/Kasich
2014: wrote in a personal friend/Kasich
2018: DeWine/DeWine

Senatorial elections (primary/general)
2010: Portman/Portman
2012: Mandel/Mandel
2016: Portman/Portman
2018: Gibbons/Brown
Logged
brucejoel99
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 18,485
Ukraine


Political Matrix
E: -3.48, S: -3.30


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #38 on: August 24, 2020, 06:40:56 PM »

I've been voting from a very young age since I registered older family members.

If this counts, then I also got my mom to vote for Hillary in 2008 even though she was an Obama supporter Tongue
Logged
Vosem
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 11,974
United States


Political Matrix
E: 8.13, S: -6.09

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #39 on: August 24, 2020, 06:45:00 PM »

I've been voting from a very young age since I registered older family members.

If this counts, then I also got my mom to vote for Hillary in 2008 even though she was an Obama supporter Tongue

Doesn't count unless you forge the signatures yourself Angry

In all seriousness, I see no reason why that sort of thing shouldn't count; it's not like I totally reevaluated my whole worldview the day I turned 18 (though I was certainly a very different person when I first began voting at, uh, age 10).
Logged
xavier110
Sr. Member
****
Posts: 2,066
United States


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #40 on: August 29, 2020, 01:35:21 AM »

I’ve moved around a bit, so my voting history is pretty varied.

President
2012: Obama (New Hampshire)
2016: Sanders (Arizona Primary) / Johnson (Arizona General)
2020: Warren (California Primary) / Biden (Arizona General)

Governor
2012: Cilley (New Hampshire Primary) / Hassan (General)
2014: Hassan (New Hampshire)
2016: N/A (Arizona, no contest)
2018: Villaraigosa (California Primary)  / Newsom (General)

Senate
2012: N/A (New Hampshire, no contest)
2014: Shaheen (New Hampshire)
2016: Swing (Arizona)
2018: Feinstein (California Primary) / Feinstein (General)
2020: Kelly (Arizona)

House
2012: Kuster (NH-02)
2014: Kuster (NH-02)
2016: Williamson (AZ-06)
2018: Sherman (CA-30)
2020: Tipirneni (AZ-06)
Logged
PragmaticPopulist
Sr. Member
****
Posts: 2,139
Ireland, Republic of


Political Matrix
E: -7.61, S: -5.57

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #41 on: August 30, 2020, 03:40:03 PM »

2016 Democratic Presidential Primary: Bernie Sanders
2016 Democratic Senate Primary: Chris Van Hollen (In hindsight, I would have voted for Donna Edwards)
2016 President General: Hillary Clinton
2016 Senate General: Chris Van Hollen
2016 House General: Elijah Cummings

2018 Democratic Gubernatorial Primary: Rushern Baker
2018 Democratic Senate Primary: Ben Cardin
2018 Gubernatorial General: Ken Ulman (Write-In)
2018 Senate General: Ben Cardin
2018 House General: Elijah Cummings
2018 Attorney General: Brian Frosh
2018 Comptroller: Peter Franchot

2020 House Special Democratic Primary: Jill Carter
2020 House Special General: Kweisi Mfume
2020 Democratic Presidential Primary: Joe Biden
2020 Democratic House Primary: Kweisi Mfume
Logged
VAR
VARepublican
Junior Chimp
*****
Posts: 5,768
United States


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #42 on: March 31, 2021, 01:27:19 PM »

Presidential:
2016: John Kasich (primary), Gary Johnson (general)
2020: Jo Jorgensen (general)

Senate:
2018: Nick Freitas (primary), Matt Waters (general)
2020: Daniel Gade (primary), abstain (general)

Governor:
2017: Ed Gillespie (primary), Ed Gillespie (general)

House:
2016: Charles Hernick
2018: Thomas Oh
2020: abstain
Logged
America Needs a 13-6 Progressive SCOTUS
Solid4096
Junior Chimp
*****
Posts: 8,010


Political Matrix
E: -8.88, S: -8.51

P P

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #43 on: March 31, 2021, 02:16:44 PM »

2018 Senate: Ben Cardin
2018 Governor: Ben Jealous
2018 7th House: Elijah Cummings
2018 Attorney General: Brian Frosh
2018 Comptroller: Peter Franchot

2020 7th House Special: Kweisi Mfume

2020 President: Joe Biden
2020 7th House: Kweisi Mfume
Logged
Super Size My Freedom Fries!
progressive85
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 4,451
United States


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #44 on: April 01, 2021, 06:13:20 PM »

2004: Kerry
2006: Casey, Rendell
2008: Hillary (in primary), Obama (in general)
2010: All Democrats
2012: Obama (in primary but missed general), Patrick Murphy for AG
2014: All Democrats
2016: Hillary (in primary and general)
2018: Warren
2020: Biden
Logged
satsuma
Rookie
**
Posts: 168
United States


Political Matrix
E: -0.90, S: -2.61

Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #45 on: April 12, 2021, 09:05:04 PM »

2012: Pres. Barack Obama, Rep. Charles Boustany
(strategic vote against Jeff Landry due to both being redistricted to LA-03)
2012 runoff: Rep. Charles Boustany
2014: Sen. Mary Landrieu, Rep. Russell Richard
2015: Gov. John Bel Edwards
2015 runoff: Gov. John Bel Edwards
2016 (D) pres. primary: Bernie Sanders
2016 general: no vote due to left-wing disillusionment & too lazy to register yet in TX after moving
2018 (D) primary: Sen. Beto O'Rourke, Gov. Andrew White, Rep. Dayna Steele
2018 general: Sen. Beto O'Rourke, Gov. Lupe Valdez, Rep. Dayna Steele
2020 (D) primary: Pres. Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Amanda Edwards, Rep. Adrienne Bell
2020 general: Pres. Donald Trump, Sen. John Cornyn, Rep. Randy Weber

Had to dig up some old info, but I basically left the party last year, though I split the ticket for Railroad Commission Chrysta Castañeda. Louisiana elections are a hassle because of the timing. Texas elections are a hassle because of the long list of judges.
Logged
Lexii
Alex
YaBB God
*****
Posts: 4,788
Argentina


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #46 on: April 13, 2021, 09:08:54 PM »
« Edited: June 19, 2022, 10:25:26 PM by alex »

2011:  President: : Hermes Binner (Socialist Party)
           Diputados: Frente Amplio Progresista
       
2013: Senators: Pino Solanas - Fernanda Reyes (Unen)
           Diputados: Unen
2015: President
 -PASO Margarita Stolbizer (Progresistas)
 -First round: Sergio Massa (Frente Renovador)
 -Runoff: Blank vote
           Jefe de Gobierno (mayor/governor): Martin Lousteau (ECO/UCR)
           Diputados: Progresistas

2017: Diputados: Evolución

2019: President Roberto Lavagna (Consenso Federal)
           Jefe de Gobierno: Matías Lammens (TODOS)
           Senators: Martin Lousteau - Guadalupe Tagliaferri (Juntos por el Cambio)
           Diputados: PASO Autodeterminación y Libertad
                               First Round Consenso Federal
2021: Diputados: PASO Republicanos Unidos (Juntos por el Cambio)
                              Nov.  Juntos por el Cambio



Logged
Red Velvet
Jr. Member
***
Posts: 1,719
Brazil


Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #47 on: April 14, 2021, 03:53:38 AM »

For president:

2002: Lula (PT) on both rounds

2006: Lula (PT) on both rounds

2010: Dilma (PT) on both rounds

2014: Dilma (PT) on both rounds

2018: Ciro Gomes (PDT) on 1st round, Haddad (PT) on the runoff

For congress and legislative seats on all spheres: it’s generally PSOL candidates but not really because I identify with them (the hard focus on cultural issues turns me off), mostly because other left parties lack better options with energy and excitement. Used to be PT in the past, in the 00s, but they distanced themselves from the base. PDT legislative options also aren’t exciting generally and for a longer time.

For Governor and Mayor: It sometimes works more as an “antivote”, I try to vote for a left party if I think they have chances but I have often voted for centrists or even right-wingers (mostly from DEM) in order to prevent worse options.

Basically my preference ranking when picking someone is/was: PT from old days > PDT > PSOL > current PT > centrists > moderate right.
Logged
Caillou Supports Abortion Rights
theflyingmongoose
Junior Chimp
*****
Posts: 7,486
Norway


Political Matrix
E: 3.41, S: -1.29

P
Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #48 on: April 14, 2021, 10:25:35 PM »

I can't vote, but if I could vote in all the elections I was alive it would be something like this:

2008:

PRESIDENT: Obama, Barack (D)

U.S. HOUSE: McConnell, Camden (L)

STATE SENATE: Amsberry, Christian (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Wilson, Abram (R)

2010:

U.S. SENATE: Fiorina, Carly (R)

U.S. HOUSE: ABSTAIN

STATE ASSEMBLY: Wilson, Abram (R)

2012:

PRESIDENT: Romney, Mitt (R)

U.S. SENATE: Emken, Elizabeth (R)

U.S. HOUSE: Fuller, Virginia (R)

STATE SENATE: Meuser, Mark (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Phillips, Al (R)

2014:

U.S. HOUSE: Phan, Tue (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2016:

PRESIDENT: Either Johnson, Gary or Meteor, Giant.

U.S. SENATE: ABSTAIN

U.S. HOUSE: Peterson, Roger (R)

STATE SENATE: Glazer, Steve (D)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2018:

U.S. SENATE: De Leon, Kevin (D)

U.S. HOUSE: Fitzgerald, John (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2020:

PRESIDENT: Biden, Joe (D)

U.S. HOUSE: Sharma, Nisha (R)

STATE SENATE: Glazer, Steve (D)

STATE ASSEMBLY (Abstain)

Logged
Dr. MB
MB
Atlas Politician
Atlas Icon
*****
Posts: 14,081
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya



Show only this user's posts in this thread
« Reply #49 on: April 15, 2021, 02:07:13 AM »

I can't vote, but if I could vote in all the elections I was alive it would be something like this:

2008:

PRESIDENT: Obama, Barack (D)

U.S. HOUSE: McConnell, Camden (L)

STATE SENATE: Amsberry, Christian (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Wilson, Abram (R)

2010:

U.S. SENATE: Fiorina, Carly (R)

U.S. HOUSE: ABSTAIN

STATE ASSEMBLY: Wilson, Abram (R)

2012:

PRESIDENT: Romney, Mitt (R)

U.S. SENATE: Emken, Elizabeth (R)

U.S. HOUSE: Fuller, Virginia (R)

STATE SENATE: Meuser, Mark (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Phillips, Al (R)

2014:

U.S. HOUSE: Phan, Tue (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2016:

PRESIDENT: Either Johnson, Gary or Meteor, Giant.

U.S. SENATE: ABSTAIN

U.S. HOUSE: Peterson, Roger (R)

STATE SENATE: Glazer, Steve (D)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2018:

U.S. SENATE: De Leon, Kevin (D)

U.S. HOUSE: Fitzgerald, John (R)

STATE ASSEMBLY: Baker, Catherine (R)

2020:

PRESIDENT: Biden, Joe (D)

U.S. HOUSE: Sharma, Nisha (R)

STATE SENATE: Glazer, Steve (D)

STATE ASSEMBLY (Abstain)


were you.. born in 2008
Logged
Pages: 1 [2] 3 4  
« previous next »
Jump to:  


Login with username, password and session length

Terms of Service - DMCA Agent and Policy - Privacy Policy and Cookies

Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines

Page created in 0.095 seconds with 12 queries.