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« on: December 13, 2006, 08:56:08 PM »

Alabama - Lucy Baxley
Alaska - Tony Knowles
Arizona - Raul Grijalva
Arkansas - Vic Snyder
California - Lynn Woolsey
Colorado - Diana DeGette
Connecticut - Rosa DeLauro
Delaware - Joe Biden
Florida - Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Georgia - John Lewis
Hawaii - Neil Abercrombie
Idaho - Larry LaRocco
Illinois - Jan Schakowsky
Indiana - Evan Bayh
Iowa - Tom Harkin
Kansas - Dennis Moore
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu
Maine - Tom Allen
Maryland - Chris Van Hollen
Massachusetts - Barney Frank
Michigan - John Conyers
Minnesota - Betty McCollum
Mississippi - Mike Moore
Missouri - Emanuel Cleaver
Montana - Jon Tester
Nebraska - Scott Kleeb
Nevada - Shelley Berkley
New Hampshire - Carol Shea-Porter
New Jersey - Rush Holt
New Mexico - Tom Udall
New York - Carolyn Maloney
North Carolina - David Price
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Dennis Kucinich
Oklahoma - Brad Carson
Oregon - Ron Wyden
Pennsylvania - Allyson Schwartz
Rhode Island - Sheldon Whitehouse
South Carolina - Jim Clyburn
South Dakota - Stephanie Herseth
Tennessee - Steve Cohen
Texas - Lloyd Doggett
Utah - Jim Matheson
Vermont - Bernie Sanders
Virginia - James Webb
Washington - Jim McDermott
West Virginia - Jay Rockefeller
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold
Wyoming - Gary Trauner
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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2006, 09:08:11 PM »
« Edited: December 13, 2006, 11:08:14 PM by nickshepDEM »

Arkansas - Big Dawg
California - Boxer
Colorado - Salazar
Connecticut - Blumenthal
Delaware - Biden
Florida - Wasserman-Schultz
Illinois - Obama
Indiana - Bayh
Iowa - Culver
Maryland - O'Malley
Massachusetts - Kerry
Michigan - Granholm
Minnesota - Klobuchar
Mississippi - Moore
Missouri - McCaskill
Montana - Schweitzer
Nevada - Reid
New Hampshire - Lynch
New Jersey - Menendez
New Mexico - Richardson
New York - Clinton
North Carolina - Edwards
North Dakota - Dorgan
Ohio - Ryan
Oklahoma - Henry
Oregon - Wyden
Pennsylvania - Rendell
Rhode Island - Whitehouse
South Dakota - Johnson
Tennessee - Corker
Vermont -  Sanders
Virginia - Mark Warner
West Virginia - Rockefeller
Wisconsin - Feingold
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« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2006, 09:11:37 PM »

Alabama - Don Siegelman
Alaska - Tony Knowles
Arkansas - Bill Clinton
California - Mary Carey
Colorado - Bill Ritter
Connecticut - Ned Lamont
Delaware - Joe Biden
Florida - Mark Foley
Georgia - Jimmy Carter
Hawaii - Daniel Akaka
Illinois - Barack Obama
Indiana - Joe Donelly
Iowa - Tom Harkin
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu
Maryland - Martin O'Malley
Massachusetts - Edward Kennedy
Michigan - Carl Levin
Minnesota - RT Rybak
Mississippi - Gene Taylor
Missouri - Dick Gephardt
Montana - Jon Tester
Nebraska - Scott Kleeb
New Hampshire - Jean Shaheen
New Jersey - Rob Andrews
New York - Charles Rangel
North Carolina - John Edwards
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Sherrod Brown
Pennsylvania - Ed Rendell
Rhode Island - Sheldon Whitehouse
South Dakota - Stephanie Herseth
Tennessee - Al Gore
Texas - Kinky Friedman
Utah - Orrin Hatch
Vermont - Howard Dean
Virginia - James Webb
Washington - Jim McDermott
West Virginia - Robert Byrd
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold

I ommited ~15 states
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« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2006, 09:17:45 PM »


Huh


Kent Conrad? He's from ND.
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« Reply #4 on: December 13, 2006, 09:19:00 PM »

Does it have to be current politicians?
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« Reply #5 on: December 13, 2006, 09:22:50 PM »

Alabama - Jeff Sessions (R)
Alaska - Ben Stevens (R)
Arizona - John Kyl (R)
Arkansas - Mike Huckabee (R)
California - Arnold Schwarenegger (R)
Colorado - Tom Tancredo (R)!!!!!
Connecticut - Joe Lieberman (D)
Delaware - Tom Carper (D)
Florida - Katherine Harris (R)
Georgia - Saxby Chambliss (R)
Hawaii - David Aiona (R)
Idaho - Bill Sali (R)
Illinois - Rod Blagogevich (D)
Indiana - Brad Ellsworth (D)
Iowa - Chuck Grassley (R)
Kansas - Sam Brownback (R)
Kentucky - Jim Bunning (R)
Louisiana - Bobby Jindal (R)
Maine - NONE
Maryland -  Michael Steele (R)
Massachusetts - Jerome Corsi (R)
Michigan - Candice Miller (R)
Minnesota - Tim Pawlenty (R)
Mississippi - Gene Taylor (D)
Missouri - Jim Talent (R)
Montana - Conrad Burns (R)
Nebraska - Ben Nelson (D)
Nevada - Jim Gibbons (R)
New Hampshire - John Sununu (R)
New Jersey - Chris Christie (R)
New Mexico - Bill Richardson (D)
New York - Rudolph Guiliani (R)
North Carolina - Heath Schuler (D)
North Dakota - John Hoevan (R)
Ohio - Jean Schmitt (R)
Oklahoma - Brad Henry (D)
Oregon - Ron Saxton (R)
Pennsylvania - Rick Santorum (R)
Rhode Island - Don Carcieri (R)
South Carolina - Mark Sanford (R)
South Dakota - John Thune (R)
Tennessee - Fred Thompson (R)
Texas - George W. Bush (R)
Utah - John Huntsman (R)
Vermont - Rich Tarrant (R)
Virginia - George Allen (R)
Washington - Dave Reichert (R)
West Virginia - Shelley Capito Moore (R)
Wisconsin - Tommy Thompson (R)
Wyoming - Barbara Cubin (R)

40 GOP, 9 DEM, 1 No Endorsement
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« Reply #6 on: December 13, 2006, 09:32:58 PM »


No, but try to make them recent enough so that people will have heard of them.
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« Reply #7 on: December 13, 2006, 10:02:49 PM »

Alabama - Don Siegelman
Alaska - Tony Knowles
Arizona - Raul Grijalva
Arkansas - Vic Snyder
California - Nancy Pelosi
Colorado - Diana DeGette
Connecticut - Chris Murphy
Delaware - Joe Biden (yuck, we should be able to get better from here!)
Florida - Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Georgia - Jimmy Carter
Hawaii - Neil Abercrombie
Idaho - Uh...I guess LaRocco will have to do
Illinois - Barrack Obama
Indiana - Peter Visclosky
Iowa - Tom Harkin
Kansas - Dennis Moore
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu
Maine - Tom Allen
Maryland - Martin O'Malley
Massachusetts - Barney Frank
Michigan - John Dingell
Minnesota - Tim Walz (yeah, I'm biased)
Mississippi - Mike Moore
Missouri - Emanuel Cleaver
Montana - Jon Tester
Nebraska - Scott Kleeb
Nevada - Shelley Berkley
New Hampshire - John Lynch
New Jersey - Rush Holt
New Mexico - Tom Udall
New York - Eliot Spitzer
North Carolina - David Price
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Sherrod Brown
Oklahoma - Brad Henry
Oregon - Earl Blumenauer
Pennsylvania - Ed Rendell
Rhode Island - Sheldon Whitehouse
South Carolina - Jim Clyburn
South Dakota - Tom Daschle
Tennessee - Steve Cohen
Texas - Lloyd Doggett
Utah - Jim Matheson
Vermont - Bernie Sanders
Virginia - James Webb
Washington - Jim McDermott
West Virginia - Jay Rockefeller
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold
Wyoming - Dave Fruedenthal
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« Reply #8 on: December 13, 2006, 10:48:40 PM »

Florida - Debbie Wasserman Schultz


Im curious to know why this is.  I must have missed something that she did that the Democrats liked.
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« Reply #9 on: December 13, 2006, 10:58:20 PM »

Alabama - Bob Riley (R)
Alaska - Lisa Murkowski (R)
Arizona - Jeff Flake (R)
Arkansas - Bill Clinton (D)
California - Arnold Schwarzenegger (R)
Colorado - Ken Salazar (D)
Connecticut - Christopher Shays (R) [tough call over Lieberman]
Delaware - Mike Castle (R)
Florida - Jeb Bush (R)
Georgia - John Lewis (D)
Hawaii - Linda Lingle (R)
Idaho - None
Illinois - Judy Topinka (R)
Indiana - Evan Bayh (D)
Iowa - Jim Leach (R)
Kansas - Dennis Moore (D)
Kentucky - None
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu (D)
Maine - Olympia Snowe (R)
Maryland - Robert Ehrlich (R)
Massachusetts - Paul Cellucci (R)
Michigan - Bart Stupak (D)
Minnesota - Tim Pawlenty (R)
Mississippi - Thad Cochran (R)
Missouri - hmm...Claire McCaskill? (D)
Montana - Max Baucus (D)
Nebraska - Dave Heineman (R)
Nevada - umm...Kenny Guinn? (R)
New Hampshire - John Lynch (D)
New Jersey - Rush Holt (D)
New Mexico - Heather Wilson (R)
New York - Rudy Giuliani (R)
North Carolina - Mike Easley (D)
North Dakota - Kent Conrad (D)
Ohio - Bill Pierce (L)
Oklahoma - Brad Henry (D)
Oregon - Gordon Smith (D)
Pennsylvania - Jim Gerlach (R)
Rhode Island - Lincoln Chafee (R)
South Carolina - John Spratt (D)
South Dakota - Mike Rounds (R)
Tennessee - Bob Corker (R)
Texas - Henry Ceullar (D)
Utah - Jon Huntsman (R)
Vermont - Martha Rainville (R)
Virginia - Mark Warner (D)
Washington - Dave Reichert (R)
West Virginia - Shelley Moore Capito (R)
Wisconsin - umm...Herb Kohl (D)
Wyoming - Gary Trauner (D)

A lot of these are about states where I'm really uneducated:

27 Republicans
20 Democrats
1 Libertarian
2 No Endorsements
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« Reply #10 on: December 13, 2006, 11:03:30 PM »
« Edited: December 13, 2006, 11:05:17 PM by nickshepDEM »

Florida - Debbie Wasserman Schultz


Im curious to know why this is.  I must have missed something that she did that the Democrats liked.

I've watched her on the floor of the House a couple times with Tim Ryan and the 30 somethings.  She seems like a fierce little lady.
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« Reply #11 on: December 13, 2006, 11:05:55 PM »


Bill Clinton
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« Reply #12 on: December 13, 2006, 11:34:03 PM »

Arizona - John McCain
California - Duke Cunningham
Connecticut - Joe Lieberman
Florida - Dave Weldon
Georgia - Saxby Chambliss
Illinois - Peter Roskam
Kansas - Kathleen Sebelius
Kentucky - Anne Northrup
Louisiana - John Breaux
Maryland - Willie Don
Mississippi - Chip Pickering
Missouri - John Ashcroft
Nebraska - Tom Osborne
New Hampshire - John Sununu
New Mexico - Bill Richardson
Ohio - Bob McEwen
Oklahoma - Tom Cole
Pennsylvania - Joe Peters
Rhode Island - Jim Langevin
Texas - Pete Sessions
Virginia - Eric Cantor
West Virginia - Bob Byrd

Skipped a ton when no one came to mind.
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« Reply #13 on: December 13, 2006, 11:55:44 PM »


Wow. I guess you are cheering him on in his potential bid in PA 10? I met him up at PA Society last weekend and he seems like a good guy. He looks like he'll try for the seat, too. Weird enough, he came a few minutes after Congressman-elect Carney left eating at the table across from me.
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« Reply #14 on: December 14, 2006, 12:22:35 AM »

He's obviously my first choice to run against Carney, but I've been a fan for the past few years.
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« Reply #15 on: December 14, 2006, 12:50:35 AM »


Why McCain over someone like Kyl, Graf or Hayworth?
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« Reply #16 on: December 14, 2006, 01:15:02 AM »

Alaska - Mike Gravel
Arkansas - Blanche Lincoln
Connecticut - Lowell Weicker
Delaware - Joe Biden
Georgia - John Lewis
Hawaii - Daniel Akaka
Illinois - Dick Durbin
Iowa - Tom Harkin
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Maine - Tom Allen
Maryland - Barbara Mikulski
Massachusetts - Barney Frank
Michigan - John Conyers
Mississippi - Mike Moore
Montana - Jon Tester
New Hampshire - Carol Shea-Porter
New Mexico - Tom Udall
New York - Bill Weld
North Carolina - David Price
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Dennis Kucinich
Oklahoma - Brad Carson
Oregon - Ron Wyden
Pennsylvania - Ed Rendell
Rhode Island - Lincoln Chafee
South Carolina - Jim Clyburn
South Dakota - Stephanie Herseth
Utah - Jim Matheson
Vermont - Jim Jeffords
Washington - Jim McDermott
West Virginia - Robert Byrd
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold
Wyoming - Alan Simpson
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« Reply #17 on: December 14, 2006, 02:29:48 AM »

from what I can remember of the top of my head

Arizona-Jeff Flake
California-Jim Gray
Connecticut-Alan Sleisinger
Colorado-Tom Tancredo
Florida-Bill Nelson
Georgia-Garrett Haynes
Idaho-Butch Otter
Massachusetts-Micheal Cloud
Michigan-Leroy Drolet
New Mexico-Bill Richardson
New Hampshire-John Sununu
New York-Bill Weld
South Carolina-Mark Sanford
Texas-Ron Paul
Tennessee-Phil Bresden

most states don't have tolerable politicians...


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« Reply #18 on: December 14, 2006, 05:49:39 PM »


I am amazed someone else put this!
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« Reply #19 on: December 14, 2006, 06:11:37 PM »

I don't know enough politicians to make a list like this.
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« Reply #20 on: December 15, 2006, 01:19:58 AM »

Alabama - Don Siegelman
Alaska - Tony Knowles
Arizona - Janet Napliatano
Arkansas -Bill Clinton
California - Nancy Pelosi
Colorado - Diana DeGette
Connecticut - Chris Murphy
Delaware - Joe Biden
Florida - Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Georgia -Max Clealand
Hawaii - Neil Abercrombie
Idaho - none
Illinois - Barrack Obama
Indiana - Peter Visclosky
Iowa - Tom Harkin
Kansas - Dennis Moore
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu
Maine - Tom Allen
Maryland - Martin O'Malley
Massachusetts - Barney Frank
Michigan - John Conyers
Minnesota -Betty McCollum
Mississippi - Mike Moore
Missouri - Emanuel Cleaver
Montana - Jon Tester
Nebraska - Scott Kleeb
Nevada - Shelley Berkley
New Hampshire - John Lynch
New Jersey -  Richard Codey
New Mexico - Bill Richardson
New York - Eliot Spitzer
North Carolina - Melvin Watt
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Sherrod Brown
Oklahoma - Brad Henry
Oregon - Earl Blumenauer
Pennsylvania - Ed Rendell
Rhode Island - Jack Reed
South Carolina - Jim Clyburn
South Dakota - Tom Daschle
Tennessee - Steve Cohen
Texas - Sheila Jackson lee
Utah - Jim Matheson
Vermont - Bernie Sanders
Virginia - James Webb
Washington - Jim McDermott
West Virginia - Jay Rockefeller
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold
Wyoming - Dave Fruedenthal
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« Reply #21 on: December 15, 2006, 04:32:49 PM »

He's obviously my first choice to run against Carney, but I've been a fan for the past few years.

How the hell is anyone a fan of a failed Auditor General candidate?  Tongue

I hope he runs for Congress. A friend and I have this joke about Joe Peters and how people like the President and the First Lady would acknowledge him at rallies (because the local leadership would obviously ask that he be mentioned). I always found it amusing to hear Laura Bush say, "I want to thank Joe Peters for being here..." He's running for Auditor General, people.
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« Reply #22 on: December 15, 2006, 08:38:30 PM »

I didn't always name current office holders.  But all are people who COULD hold office today...

Alabama - Bob Riley, because of "Amendment One"
Alaska - Tony Knowles
Arizona - Jan Napolitano
Arkansas - Blanche!
California - Gavin Newsom
Colorado - Mark Udall
Connecticut - Rosa DeLauro
Delaware - Joe Biden
Florida - Bill Nelson
Georgia - 3-way tie: Shirley Franklin, John Lewis, Sam Nunn
Hawaii - Neil Abercrombie
Idaho - Larry Grant
Illinois - Barack Obama
Indiana - Jill Long-Thompson; Joe Kernan
Iowa - Jim Leach; Tom Harkin
Kansas - Kathy Sebelius
Kentucky - John Yarmuth
Louisiana - Mary Landrieu
Maine - Olympia Snowe
Maryland - Barbara Mikulski
Massachusetts - John Kerry
Michigan - Carl Levin
Minnesota - Jim Oberstar
Mississippi - No one.  Maybe Bennie Thompson?
Missouri - Claire McCaskill
Montana - Brian Schweizter
Nebraska - Scott Kleeb
Nevada - Shelley Berkley
New Hampshire - Carol Shea-Porter
New Jersey - Rush Holt (<shrug> I guess...)
New Mexico - Bill Richardson
New York - Eliot Spitzer
North Carolina - Harvet Gantt
North Dakota - Byron Dorgan
Ohio - Sherrod Brown
Oklahoma - Brad Carson
Oregon - Mark Hatfield
Pennsylvania - Joe Sestak
Rhode Island - Jack Reed
South Carolina - Jim Clyburn
South Dakota - George McGovern!
Tennessee - None of them impress me at all.
Texas - Victor Morales
Utah - Jim Matheson
Vermont - Bernie Sanders
Virginia - James Webb; Al Eisenberg (State legislature)
Washington - Patty Murray
West Virginia - Can't think of one I really like.  Rocky, I guess.
Wisconsin - Russ Feingold
Wyoming - Dave Feudenthal
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« Reply #23 on: December 16, 2006, 11:03:59 AM »

Includes some former politicians, and unsuccessful nominees, too...

Alabama: Artur Davis (D)
Alaska: Tony Knowles (D)
Arizona: John McCain (R)
Arkansas: Bill Clinton (D)
California: Jerry Brown (D)
Colorado: Ken Salazar (D)
Connecticut: Joe Lieberman (I)
Delaware: Joe Biden (D)
Florida: Bill McBride (D)
Georgia: Roy Barnes (D)
Hawaii: Ed Case (D)
Idaho: no idea, get the impression it's wingnut country
Illinois: Barack Obama (D)
Kansas: Kathleen Sebelius (D)
Kentucky: Ben Chandler (D)
Louisiana: John Breaux (D)
Maine: Olympia Snowe (R)
Maryland: Paul Sarbanes (D)
Massachussetts: Deval Patrick (D)
Michigan: John Dingell (D)
Minnesota: Amy Klobuchar (D)
Mississippi: difficult to think of anyone; perhaps the last Dem governor, Ronnie Musgrove
Missouri: Dick Gephardt (D)
Montana: Brian Schweitzer (D)
Nebraska: Ben Nelson (D)
Nevada: Dina Titus (D)
New Hampshire: John Sununu (R)
New Jersey: Cory Booker (D - Mayor of Newark; saw a documentary about him on TV)
New Mexico: Bill Richardson (D)
New York: Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D)
North Carolina: John Edwards (D)
North Dakota: Byron Dorgan (D)
Ohio: Ted Strickland (D)
Oklahoma: Brad Henry (D)
Oregon: Earl Blumenauer (D)
Pennsylvania: Joe Sestak (D)
Rhode Island: Lincoln Chafee (R - for now at least)
South Carolina: John Spratt (D)
South Dakota: Tim Johnson (D)
Tennessee: Harold Ford (D)
Texas: Chet Edwards (D) - holding that district is a massive achievement
Utah: Jim Matheson (D)
Vermont: Bernie Sanders (I)
Virginia: Jim Webb (D)
Washington: Maria Cantwell (D)
West Virginia: Robert Byrd (D)
Wisconsin: Russ Feingold (D)
Wyoming: Dave Freudenthal (D)
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« Reply #24 on: March 24, 2007, 10:48:53 PM »

Why do so many democrats like Scott Kleeb(I don't have anything against him but thats probably because he won't say anything)?

I probably would've voted for him last year if he provided information about his positions on issues(I looked everywhere last november but could only find vague, neutral statements). Like most Nebraska democrat politicians he tries his best to not say anything and hope people don't associate him being a democrat to stances on controversial issues that aren't popular around here.

I voted for Ben Nelson because he had a senate voting record I could check for answers(though I have a feeling he would hide that too if he could). I disagree with Nelson on some issues but there was nothing that seemed unacceptable about his record.
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