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« Reply #25 on: October 10, 2021, 05:59:55 AM »
« edited: October 13, 2021, 04:02:03 AM by NewYorkExpress »

2009 and 2010 Election recap

2009

Virginia-Governor

Attorney General Bob McDonnell (R) 47%
Former DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe (D) 46%

New Jersey-Governor

Incumbent Jon Corzine (D) 52%
Former US Attorney Chris Christie (R) 45%

2010

House of Representatives

D+5 (If you have a question about a specific race, please PM me)



Senate

Massachusetts Senate-Special

Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren (D) 55%
State Senator Scott Brown (R) 45%

West Virginia-Special

Governor Joe Manchin (D) 59%
Businessman John Raese (R) 41%

Alabama

Incumbent Jeff Sessions (R) 63%
Teacher Simone De Moore (D) 37%

Alaska

Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams (D) 34%
Attorney Joe Miller (R) 32%
Incumbent Lisa Murkowski 32%

Arizona (Appointed Senator Jim Kolbe not seeking reelection)

Representative Gabrielle Giffords (D) 48%
Secretary of State Jan Brewer (R) 46%

Arkansas

Former Governor Mike Huckabee (R) 52%
Incumbent Blanche Lincoln (D) 47%

California

Incumbent Barbara Boxer (D) 65%
State Senator Tom Harman (R) 31%

Colorado

Incumbent Michael Bennet (D) 55%
Former Lieutenant Governor Jane Norton (R) 44%

Connecticut (Christopher Dodd retiring)

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal (D) 62%
Former Representative Rob Simmons (R) 35%

Florida (Mel Martinez retiring)

Former Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala (D) 51%
Governor Charlie Crist (R) 48%

Georgia

Incumbent Johnny Isakson (R) 52%
Labor Commissioner of Georgia Mike Thurmond 46%

Hawaii

Incumbent Daniel Inoyue (D) 86%
Former State Representative Campbell Cavasso (R) 12%

Idaho

Incumbent Mike Crapo (R) 61%
Representative Walt Minnick (D) 37%

Illinois

Incumbent Barack Obama (D) 57%
Businessman Bruce Rauner (R) 39%

Indiana

Incumbent Evan Bayh (D) 51%
Former Representative John Hostettler (R) 48%

Iowa

Former Governor Tom Vilsack (D) 50.2%
Incumbent Chuck Grassley (R) 49.6%

Kansas (Sam Brownback running for Governor)

Governor Kathleen Sebelius (D) 48%
Representative Todd Tiahart (R) 46%

Kentucky (Jim Bunning retiring)

Secretary of State Trey Grayson (R) 56%
Lieutenant Governor Jack Conway (D) 42%

Louisiana

Incumbent David Vitter (D) 52%
Representative Charlie Melancon (R) 45%

Maryland

Incumbent Barbara Milkulski (D) 67%
State Senator Andy Harris (R) 31%

Missouri (Kit Bond retiring)

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan (D) 49%
Representative Roy Blunt (R) 48%

Nevada

State Senator Mark Amodei (R) 49%
Incumbent Harry Reid (D) 46%

New Hampshire

Governor John Lynch (D) 52%
Incumbent Judd Gregg (R) 47%

New York

Incumbent Chuck Schumer (D) 71%
Rockland County Executive C. Scott Vanderhoef (R) 26%

North Carolina

Secretary of State Elaine Marshall (D) 50.5%
Incumbent Richard Burr (R) 47.6%

North Dakota

Governor John Hoeven (R) 53%
Incumbent Byron Dorgan (D) 45%

Ohio (George Voinovich retiring)

Representative Jim Jordan (R) 49%
Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (D) 48%

Oklahoma

Incumbent Tom Coburn reelected unopposed

Oregon

Incumbent Ron Wyden (D) 61%
Law School Professor Jim Huffman (D) 37%

Pennsylvania (Arlen Specter retiring)

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl (D) 52%
Representative Pat Toomey (R) 46%

South Carolina

Incumbent Jim DeMint (R) 60%
Criminal Alvin Greene (D) 34%

South Carolina-Special Election (The previous incumbent, Lindsey Graham was appointed Secretary of Defense by President McCain. Appointed Senator David Beasley did not seek a full term, instead running for Governor.)

Representative Joe Wilson (R) 55%
Charleston Mayor Joseph Riley (D) 43%

South Dakota

John Thune won reelection unopposed.

Utah

Incumbent Bob Bennett (R) 69%
Businessman Sam Granato (D) 30%

Vermont

Incumbent Patrick Leahy (D) 62%
State Senator Phil Scott (R) 35%

Washington

Incumbent Patty Murray (D) 57%
Former State Senator Dino Rossi (R) 43%

Wisconsin

Incumbent Russ Feingold (D) 49%
Businessman Ron Johnson (R) 47%

Governors

Alabama (Bob Riley term-limited)

Former State Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore (R) 55%
Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks (D) 44%

Alaska

Incumbent Sean Parnell (R) 47%
Former State Representative Ethan Berkowitz (D) 45%

Arizona (Janet Napolitano term-limited)

Attorney General Terry Goddard (D) 49%
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (R) 48%

Arkansas

Former Representative Asa Hutchinson (R) 51%
Incumbent Mike Beebe (D) 47%

California (Arnold Schwarzenegger term-limited)

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom (D) 65%
Former State Senator Dick Ackerman (R) 31%

Colorado

Incumbent Bill Ritter (D) 48%
Former Representative Tom Tancredo (Constitution) 29%
Former Representative Scott McInnis (R) 20%

Connecticut

Businessman Ned Lamont (D) 49%
Incumbent Jodi Rell (R) 47%

Florida (Incumbent Charlie Crist running for Senate)

CFO Alex Sink (D) 47%
Health Care Executive Rick Scott (R) 46%

Georgia (Sonny Perdue term-limited)

Former Secretary of State Karen Handel (R) 52%
Former Governor Roy Barnes (D) 45%

Hawaii (Linda Lingle term-limited)

State Senator David Ige (D) 65%
Lieutenant Governor Duke Aiona (R) 33%

Idaho

Incumbent Butch Otter (R) 70%
Mediator Keith Allred (D) 26%

Illinois (Rod Blagojevich defeated in primary)

Representative Mark Kirk (R) 50%
Attorney General Lisa Madigan (D) 48%

Iowa

Incumbent Chet Culver (D) 49%
State Senator Kim Reynolds (R) 48%

Kansas (Kathleen Sebelius term-limited)

Senator Sam Brownback (R) 52%
Lieutenant Governor Mark Parkinson (D) 46%

Maine (John Baldacci term-limited)

Former Governor Angus King (I) 48%
Waterville Mayor Paul LePage (R) 27%
Former Representative Tom Allen (D) 23%

Maryland

Incumbent Martin O'Malley (D) 57%
Former Governor Bob Ehrlich (R) 42%

Massachusetts

Former State Cabinet Official Charlie Baker (R) 41%
Incumbent Deval Patrick (D) 39%
Treasurer Tim Cahill (I) 20%

Michigan (Jennifer Granholm term-limited)

Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero (D) 52%
Attorney General Mike Cox (R) 44%

Minnesota (The Previous incumbent, Tim Pawlenty was appointed as Secretary of Transportation by President McCain. The current incumbent, Carol Molnau did not run for reelection.)

Minneapolis Mayor R.T Rybak (D) 55%
Former Senator Norm Coleman (R) 43%

Nebraska

Incumbent Dave Heineman (R) 73%
2002 nominee for Attorney General Mike Meister (D) 25%

Nevada

Computer Programmer Jacky Rosen (D) 44%
Incumbent Jim Gibbons (R) 43%

New Hampshire (John Lynch running for Senate)

State Senator Maggie Hassan (D) 54%
Attorney General Kelly Ayotte (R) 44%

New Mexico (Bill Richardson term-limited)

Lieutenant Governor Diane Denish (D) 53%
Dona Ana County District Attorney Susana Martinez (R) 43%

New York (David Paterson not running for reelection)

Representative Kirsten Gillibrand (D) 63%
Former State Assemblyman John Faso (R) 33%

Ohio

Former Representative John Kasich (R) 48%
Incumbent Ted Strickland (D) 45%

Oklahoma (Brad Henry term-limited)

Representative Mary Fallin (R) 61%
Lieutenant Governor Jari Askins (D) 39%

Oregon (Ted Kulongoski term-limited)

Former Governor John Kitzhaber (D) 53%
Former NBA Player Chris Dudley (R) 46%

Pennsylvania (Ed Rendell term-limited)

Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato (D) 47%
Attorney General Tom Corbett (R) 46%

Rhode Island (Donald Carcieri term-limited)

Treasurer Frank Caprio (D) 39%
Cariceri staffer John Robtallie (R) 29%
Former Senator Lincoln Chafee (I) 27%

South Carolina (Mark Sanford term-limited)

State Representative Nikki Haley (R) 53%
State Senator Vincent Sheheen (D) 46%

South Dakota (Mike Rounds term-limited)

Lieutenant Governor Dennis Daugaard (R) 62%
State Senator Scott Heideprim (D) 38%

Tennessee (Phil Bredesen term-limited)

Representative Zach Wamp (R) 59%
Representative Bart Gordon (D) 39%

Texas

Incumbent Rick Perry (R) 55%
Houston Mayor Bill White (D) 42%

Utah (Previous incumbent John Huntsman appointed Secretary of State by President McCain)

Incumbent Gary Herbert (R) 62%
Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon (D) 37%

Vermont

State Senator Peter Shumlin (D) 52%
Incumbent Jim Douglas (R) 46%

Wisconsin (Jim Doyle did not seek reelection)

Representative Ron Kind (D) 49%
Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker (R) 48.2%

Wyoming (Dave Freudenthal did not run for reelection)

Former U.S Attorney Matt Mead (R) 71%
Wyoming Democratic Party Chairwoman Leslie Petersen (D) 25%

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« Reply #26 on: October 10, 2021, 06:12:03 PM »

The gameplay thread has been up all day.

Since no one has posted yet, I'll extend the deadline for the turn from Tuesday to Thursday.
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« Reply #27 on: October 10, 2021, 10:40:57 PM »

Can I claim Hillary Clinton? Thanks.
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« Reply #28 on: October 10, 2021, 10:42:16 PM »


You most certainly can!
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« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2021, 04:03:13 AM »

At this time, we're waiting on iBizbee and CentristRepublican to post (or for Thursday night) before turn two.
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« Reply #30 on: October 16, 2021, 03:23:54 PM »

can i be hillary?
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« Reply #31 on: October 16, 2021, 03:33:33 PM »


Hillary's already taken.

There are other Democrats available (such as Obama) if you wish to play as a Democrat, and there are other Republicans available if you wish to play as a Republican.
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« Reply #32 on: October 16, 2021, 04:34:25 PM »


Hillary's already taken.

There are other Democrats available (such as Obama) if you wish to play as a Democrat, and there are other Republicans available if you wish to play as a Republican.

ill take obama!
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« Reply #33 on: October 16, 2021, 04:43:35 PM »


Hillary's already taken.

There are other Democrats available (such as Obama) if you wish to play as a Democrat, and there are other Republicans available if you wish to play as a Republican.

ill take obama!

Welcome to the game!
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« Reply #34 on: October 21, 2021, 10:03:54 AM »

Turn extension please? Dealing with some stuff
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« Reply #35 on: October 21, 2021, 10:18:42 AM »

Turn extension please? Dealing with some stuff

You have until MyCool posts Hutchison's debate answers. Since that's probably going to be today or tonight, I can push the end of the turn until tomorrow or Saturday, but I don't want to push things further than that. This turn has gone on long enough as it is.
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« Reply #36 on: October 21, 2021, 11:29:23 AM »

Turn extension please? Dealing with some stuff

You have until MyCool posts Hutchison's debate answers. Since that's probably going to be today or tonight, I can push the end of the turn until tomorrow or Saturday, but I don't want to push things further than that. This turn has gone on long enough as it is.


Sounds good
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