I would say going into Super Tuesday many had to decide if they were going to vote by principle or calculation.
Now, 11 days later Wisconsin voters are seeing very different candidates and their campaigns. I am wondering if their votes are going to be cast to the one they see as the winner.
in that Hillary is extremely disappointed that Florida and Michigan delegates are not being counted. And the spin she is in...is very evident today.
HRC thought she had this nomination locked up and that is simple not the case and she does not like it one bit.
It is simple Matt. One backs the Presidential candidate that most closely aligns with ones political beliefs.
If you believe the polticial machine should be running the country than you back the political machine candidate.
If you believe the progressive grassroots movement should be running the country than you back the most progressive candidate.
If you cannot decide who to back...then you sit on the fence and observe until you come to a decision or the decision is made and then you simply vote for the chosen candidate.
I am sure am hoping too. Got my fingers crossed too.
Since this election is so late, I am just curious as to how the House will get Karen (hopefully) up to speed.
Karen will have very little time to interview and select her staff. I wish her well.
are a beacon of Hope. They unified regardless of color or ethnicity and they won!
The kicked the giant!
NY-19 where John Hall is leading Sue Kelly. NRCC put out a robocall that was so very annoying. If the caller did NOT listen to the entire call, the robo would call them back.
The first line of the robo call by NRCC began with Hi, Can I talk to you about John Hall?
HQ was bombarded with calls from irate voters -- but explained to them what had occurred.
Several people asked us for the number to NRCC, they were going to call them.
Nice line said by Matt:
"I am an American First and a Republican second."
Mary Ham seemed a bit flustered.
What about Central New York? There is loads going wrong in the 19th District of New York. You may have driven right through it.
Just take a look at some of the press releases being written.
Please take a moment and cast your vote for the person you would like to see campaigning with John Hall, who is running for Congress in NY-19.
I second what Bob stated above. It took a lot, but the DCCC finally realized that John Hall belonged on the list.
going to finally take a look at John Hall, running in NY-19??
In NY-19 John Hall won overwhelmingly with 50% of the vote.
But the most important fact is that this district increased its voter turnout from 9,000 to 20,000+
You are so welcome to come up on the weekends. The Hudson Line brings you right to headquarters. Our Volunteer Coordinator would love to have the college students helping in canvassing, phone banking and data entry.
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