NC GOV Values poll Robson narrowly leads Stein (user search)
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« on: February 10, 2023, 12:44:48 PM »

A few days ago someone wrote a column indicating that a major reason Beasley lost her race in 2022 was because her campaign was too cautious and she failed to inspire the Democratic base, and that he thinks Stein is currently on track to repeating Beasley's mistakes based on his opening message. While I don't know what Stein has up his sleeve, I do think that if he were to run the same kind of campaign that Beasley ran (i.e. lack of aggression), the result could plausibly be a narrow loss for him.
Eh... You're telling me he's not running in the vein of Roy Cooper?

Anybody can say anything about why somebody lost. Beasley lost because it was a Dem midterm and her opponent kept his head down and mouth shut.
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