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Saturday, November 6, 2010

GOP Plans out Spending Cuts

And it's about time. Perhaps now we can step away from the abyss and start slashing spending like Governor Chris Christie is doing in New Jersey. Unfortunately, of course, the Democrats still hold the White House and the Senate, making cuts more difficult, but the new Republican plan is a start.


To make good on their campaign pledge to reduce the size of government, Republicans say they are planning a series of quick moves to slash spending soon after they take control of the House in January. Among the likely options: a massive rescissions package that aides said would slice 20 percent from most domestic agency budgets and enact $160 billion in additional cuts endorsed by visitors to Cantor's "YouCut" Web site.
Such a package would trim more than $260 billion from this year's $1.1 trillion budget for most government operations - the biggest one-year reduction at least since the military drawdown after World War II, budget experts said.

$260 billion is good, but it's almost a trillion dollars short!


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Grayson: I Was the Only Congressman that "Delivered," "If the People Want, I'll be Back"

Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson has finally lost to Republican challenger Daniel Webster.  In a campaign where Grayson publicly and shamefully lied constantly, called his opponent a terrorist, warned that people would resort to cannibalism if government spending was cut, and declared that he was ahead by 23 points, Grayson was utterly destroyed on Tuesday night.


However, if you thought Grayson was going quietly into the night, you thought wrong.  Grayson was on MSNBC (go figure) after his loss, bashing both Democrats and Republicans alike.  Asked a question by host Cenk Uygur, Grayson declared, "the center cannot hold."  Then he gave himself a nice pat on the back:


Grayson- "There is no center left.  Either you deliver for the people on your side or you're gone.  It's that simple.  And it's not enough for one Congressman from Central Florida in a purple district who won by four percent to be the one delivering."


See 6:40 for the exchange above:





Obviously, the 18 percent trouncing that Grayson received was not enough to make him humble.  It also appears that Grayson may be eying a seat at MSNBC, especially now that Keith Olbermann might have gotten the boot.


Also, according to Grayson's logic, if you do not deliver for your constituents, you are "gone."  But he also said that he was the only one to deliver.  Yet he is still gone.  It's almost like he's crazy or something...


Near the end of the interview, Grayson called Obama "crazy" for considering extending tax cuts.  At the very end, Grayson declared: "If that's what the people want, I'll be back."


Oh, and by the way, Daniel Webster won!  Grayson will be out in two short months.

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House Dems: 'No More Pelosi'

Hot off the heels of a historical defeat Tuesday night, out-going Democratic Majority Leader in the House Nancy Pelosi wants to run for Minority Leader.  Her fellow Democrats are not mincing words.  They say "no more."

Already, several House Democrats have spoken out vehemently against Pelosi, who many blame as part of the reason for the Democrats' pummeling four days ago.

In North Carolina, Democrat Larry Kissell stated that he hopes Pelosi "will change her mind and step aside."  Representative Joe Donnelly of Indiana has stated that he is "disappointed that Speaker Pelosi is going to seek the position of Minority Leader."  Representative Dan Boren of Oklahoma stated that Pelosi's bid is "very disappointing."  Representative Heath Shuler said he may even challenge Pelosi's bid.

With many against Pelosi, it is hard to understand why she is pushing on.  Yet even these Representatives do not comprise the entirety of Democrats against Pelosi in the House.  Even hardened supporters of Pelosi, ones who voted with her near or at 100%, want her out of power.
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Democrat Albio Sires of New Jersey admonished Pelosi, saying she didn't "know when to move on."  "I voted for everything she asked me to vote for.  You know, sometimes in this business it's difficult to know when to move on," he stated.

Pelosi, however, has stood tall against opposition in her own party, saying that Democrats had "urged" her to run for Minority Leader.  "We have no intention of allowing our great achievements to be rolled back," she stated.

Surely this will be interesting to see how this unfolds, but there is one definite truth that can be gleaned out of all this: the American people aren't the only people who want Pelosi out of power.

Oh, an just to point this out, but this is exactly what I predicted would happen.  See the article here.

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Decision Points is to be released Tuesday

President George W. Bush's memoir, Decision Points, will be released Tuesday morning in book stores across the United States. No-one can predict for sure how many Americans will purchase a copy, but considering the publisher has already printed 1.5 million books, someone must have very high expectations.
I will be purchasing the book early Tuesday, and I hope that you will too.

Friday, November 5, 2010

White House: Emanuel to Blame for Tuesday Electoral Disaster

On Tuesday, Democrats lost more than 60 House seats and over half-a-dozen Senate seats in a historical election.  Most analysts and people blame the President and/or the policies that were pursued in the last few years by Democrats.  The White House has another idea: it's all Rahm Emanuel's fault.

Emanuel was President Obama's Chief of Staff before he resigned slightly over a month ago to run for mayor in Chicago.  Sources inside the White House blame Emanuel for devising a strategy for the Democrats this election cycle that failed.  It was exacerbated, they say, when he left for Chicago:
“It was Rahm’s strategy and then he leaves a month before the election for his own personal political career. It’s extraordinary.”
On top of it all, some of the President's aides also say that Emanuel's departure has lasting effects, blaming him already if things go south for the Administration in coming months.  They say that Obama cannot "orchestrate a dramatic staff shakeup" without Emanuel:
"They argue his exit deprived the president of the chance to orchestrate a dramatic staff shakeup in the wake of the poor election results. Instead, a new chief of staff—the low-key Pete Rouse—is already in place, while other aides have long held plans to leave at the two-year mark."
Since President Obama is indeed the President, one would have to wonder why he doesn't just do the "shakeup" himself.
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Obviously, the White House is almost definitely not going to blame itself for Democrats' defeat on Tuesday.  Likewise, Emanuel's staff dismisses that he was at fault for the Democrats' collapse and responded to allegations that he left early to avoid being blamed:
“The timing of Rahm's departure from the White House was based on two factors: Mayor Daley’s announcement that he would not seek reelection and Rahm’s desire to go to every corner of Chicago to have a conversation with voters about the challenges the city faces and the plan for its future.”
Emanuel has not responded directly to the White House.

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Sarah Palin Invaded His Sense of Privacy


This is almost too much to bear. Evidently Joe Mcginniss is upset that TLC has unlawfully videotaped him. Evidently, the show "contains unauthorized videotaped images of Mr. McGinniss which were obtained without his knowledge or consent". Oh, the humanity! Say it isn't so! Is this the best the left can come up with to take out the Saracuda?

Mr. McGinniss was not asked if any production crew could videotape him as he read a book on the secluded deck of the house he was living in at that time. He was not aware that any camera crew was in fact videotaping him. Mr. McGinniss had a reasonable expectation of privacy under those circumstances. The mere taking of the video therefore gives rise to an actionable claim for invasion of his privacy. The publication of the video on your website and in the television show constitutes an additional wrong – the unauthorized use of the likeness of Mr. McGinniss. Finally, the manner in which Ms. Palin describes Mr. McGinniss in the episode is defamatory: Mr. McGinniss has never invaded the Palins’ privacy, contrary to the many statements made by Ms. Palin and her husband, both prior to this television production, and now repeated in the episode referenced above.

DEMAND IS HEREBY MADE upon each of you that all images of Mr. McGinniss be removed from any television show produced by any of you, and removed from any website controlled or operated by any of you. If you do not do so, Mr. McGinniss will be forced to pursue all his available remedies.


I have never been sold on Palin, but this helps to sell me. If for no other reason, than to see progressive heads explode!


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Muslim Sues Oklahoma, Says Sharia Should be Allowed to Dictate Laws

The United States relies on one rule of law to rule its country: its own.  Knowing that, Oklahoma voters passed "Question 755" on election day, which disallowed Sharia Law from being considered when a trial goes to court, and disallows Sharia Law to be considered in other matters.

However, Muneer Awad, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Oklahoma, does not agree with that ruling.  Muneer is now suing the state of Oklahoma, saying that the measure is not only unconstitutional, but unnecessary and that this is just another example of the United States trying to oppress Muslims.

Those in favor of the law cite a case in New Jersey in which a judge struck down a restraining order that a Muslim woman had filed.  Even though the woman was raped, the judge stated that "her ex-husband felt he had behaved according to his Muslim beliefs" and therefore did not grant the restraining order.  Proponents of the law state that they are trying to prevent cases like these.

However, Muneer assures Oklahomans that there is no "threat of an Islamic takeover of state courts."  He also states that Oklahoma is singling out Islam.  Therefore, not allowing Sharia to dictate law is against his First Amendment rights.  I'm not exactly sure how that logic works, but I guess it makes sense to him.
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Seventy percent of Oklahomans voted in favor of the law on Tuesday.

Apparently, Muneer does not understand that he is living in the United States of America and that no specific religion makes laws.  He also apparently believes that women who are raped should not any legal rights, so long as the person raping her believes he is allowed to by the Koran.

Obviously, the case will probably be thrown out in court.

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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Colorado Senate Results.

Appointed Democrat Senator Michael Bennet will hold onto his Senate seat in Colorado. The New York Times has called it, and all votes have been counted from Conservative precincts, with only the extreme liberal bastion of Boulder leftover. This is one of those seats we were leading just one week ago, and lost.

Michael Bennet* (D) - 799,072 - 47.7%.
Kenneth Buck (R) - 783,426 - 46.8%.
Bob Kinsey (G) - 36,323 - 2.2%.
Maclyn Stringer (L) - 20,979 - 1.3%.

Republicans did win back the Colorado State Legislature, and two House seats.

Pelosi on How She Ran House: "No Regrets," Obama will "Serve Eight Years"

Disgraced Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be losing her seat come January, as Republicans will be sworn in.  Her four years as Speaker were marked by sweeping corruption and legislative stagnation.

Despite all of this, however, Ms. Pelosi now states that she has "no regrets" on how she ran the House.  Despite the fact that since she and her fellow Democrats took control of Congress the unemployment rate has doubled and we are in a recession, Pelosi is proud of what she "accomplished:"
"We believe we did the right thing, and we worked very hard in our campaigns to convey that to the American people."
Even more surprising is simply how out of touch the soon-to-be-Former-Speaker-of-the-House truly is.  In response to why Democrats were soundly beaten on Tuesday, Pelosi defended her and the President's agenda, stating that the "message" voters sent to her and the President, "was not. 'I reject the course that you are on.'"

Obviously Ms. Pelosi has not been in the country, nor this universe, for the last two years.  She went on to say, "I believe that Barack Obama will serve -- serve eight years as president of the United States." Give me a break.

Here's the interview:



And she wonders why she was stripped of her power.  January cannot come fast enough.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

House 2010 Results

Everyone expected the Grand Old Party (possible new name: Grand Renewed Party?) to pick up the House of Representatives, but when you break down the numbers there is only one conclusion: Republicans had their best election night since 1946, and possibly before (think 1938).

House Republicans gained over 60 seats yesterday. We only managed to gain 54 seats in the 1994 GOP revolution, a slightly better 55 seats in the 1946 GOP resurgence. To see when the GOP last won 60 seats or more in an election you will have to travel back in time to 1938 when the GOP picked up 81 seats, which was the last election we gained more than 54-55 seats in one vote. Until now.

As it stands...

House Republicans control 239 (was 178) seats.
House Democrats control 185 (was 257) seats.
With eleven seats still undecided (5/6 leaning).
With several races within 2,000 votes of one-another (California's 11th between David Harmer and Jerry McNerney are separated by just 33 votes), and several with precincts that still have not reported in to (Washington's 2nd between John Koster and Rick Larsen are waiting for about 36% of Precincts to report) their local Board of Elections, we could be waiting a long time for the undecided seats to resolve themselves.

It's a good day to be a Republican, even though we lost three seats (Delaware at-large, Hawaii's 2nd district, and Louisiana's 2nd district) that were ours heading into the evening, and we lost a few more because of third party Libertarian candidates who split the rightwing vote with solid Conservative Republicans prone to victory.

Stay tuned for further Pundit Press post-election coverage and analysis.

Final Murkowski vs. Miller Results.

With 99% of Precincts reporting this morning, Incumbent Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski (running as a write-in candidate) has received enough votes to win her second complete term in the Senate:

Sen. Murkowski (Write-In) - 41.0%.
Joe Miller (Republican) - 34.2%.
Scott McAdams (Democrats) - 23.7%.

Murkowski is the first Senator since Strom Thurmond (R) to win reelection via write-in bid. She will hopefully caucus with the Republicans.

A recount is almost assured.

Nancy Pelosi Election

In a year that Republicans made historical gains in both the House and Senate, it behooves us to look at the effect it will have on the higher-ups.  Nancy Pelosi is the current Speaker of the House, who became such in 2007 and I'll take a look at her first.

Democrats lost control of the House to Republicans yesterday and the January inauguration will usher them into power.  Though a fellow writer for this blog supposed that Ms. Pelosi could potentially lose all her clout in the Democratic Party, I believe that this will probably not happen.

Though it is possible that she will lose all of her "power," I would not be surprised if she retained a leadership positions.  Do not forget that it has been Democratic scripture that Bush is at fault for everything in the last 10 years.  What would prevent them from blaming their election loss on our 43rd President as well?  I mean, they've even blamed natural disasters on him; it is not a stretch of the imagination that they'd cook up something crazy.

Either way, expect Pelosi to take time out of Congress's busy schedule to tout all of the "success" she had as Speaker of the House.

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Grayson: I am "Legendary"

Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson has finally lost to Republican challenger Daniel Webster.  In a campaign where Grayson publicly and shamefully lied constantly, called his opponent a terrorist, warned that people would resort to cannibalism if government spending was cut, and declared that he was ahead by 23 points, Grayson was utterly destroyed last night.

Webster defeated Grayson soundly, gaining 56.2% of the vote to Grayson's paltry 38.2% of the vote.  That is 18 points and it is a landslide.

But on a night where House Democrats were repudiated nation-wide, Grayson was not one to go down easily nor be humbled.  Disregarding why he lost, favoring to pump himself up after getting dismantled in the election, Grayson gave one of the most self-centered and rambling concession speeches in United States history.

Stumbling up to the microphone, Grayson spoke:

Grayson- "Before we won in 2008, the Democrats had lost this seat 17 times in-a-row.  This is a gerrymander district designed for a Republican, and in 2008 we won by only four points.  So it should come as no surprise, in a year with a Republican wave, or tsunami, or earthquake, whatever you want to call it, sweeping across the country, it should come as no surprise that we were not successful today.  However, our victory in 2008 was and always will be legendary."

Those who wanted Grayson to be humbled and admit that he is a loser were sadly disappointed.  Apparently, Grayson is so in love with himself, that even in the face of utter defeat, he still talks about how great he is.
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"Our victory in 2008 was and always will be legendary?"  How about, 'I got destroyed last night because everyone knows that I'm a nut.'

Unless Grayson gets his own show on MSNBC or CNN (which both have a tendency to give shows to disgraced liberals), hopefully we will never have to hear from this loser again.

All the best to Daniel Webster and congratulations!

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Prop 19 Results

California's bid to legalize marijuana has failed by a notable margin.  However, even if it passed, the Federal government could have still declared the decision illegal.  Either way, Prop 19 was doomed to fail.

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Final Krik vs. Giannoulias Results

With 99.3% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Mark Kirk has beaten Democrat Alexi Giannoulias in Illinois:

Kirk: 1,749,941 votes, 48.4%
Giannoulias: 1,667,527 votes, 46.1%


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Final Illinois Senate Results

With 99.3% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Mark Kirk has beaten Democrat Alexi Giannoulias in Illinois:

Kirk: 1,749,941 votes, 48.4%
Giannoulias: 1,667,527 votes, 46.1%


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Final Toomey vs, Sestak Results

With 99.4% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Pat Toomey has beaten Democrat Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania:

Toomey: 1,994,737 votes, 51.0%
Sestak: 1,915,577 votes, 49.0%


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Final Pennsylvania Senate Result

With 99.4% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Pat Toomey has beaten Democrat Joe Sestak in Pennsylvania:

Toomey: 1,994,737 votes, 51.0%
Sestak: 1,915,577 votes, 49.0%


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Final Raese vs. Manchin Results

With 99.9% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger John Raese has lost to Democrat Joe Manchin in West Virginia:

Manchin: 280,802 votes, 53.5%
Raese: 228,037 votes, 43.4%


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Final West Virginia Senate Result

With 99.9% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger John Raese has lost to Democrat Joe Manchin in West Virginia:

Manchin: 280,802 votes, 53.5%
Raese: 228,037 votes, 43.4%


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Final Nevada Senate Results

With 100% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Sharron Angle has lost to incumbent Democrat Senator Harry Reid in Nevada:

Reid: 361,655 votes, 50.2%
Angle: 320,996 votes, 44.6%


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Final Angle vs. Reid Results

With 100% of the vote in this morning, Republican challenger Sharron Angle has lost to incumbent Democrat Senator Harry Reid in Nevada:

Reid: 361,655 votes, 50.2%
Angle: 320,996 votes, 44.6%

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Murkowski v. Miller Results

Murkowski (I): 40%
Miller (R):  34%
McAdams: 25%

26% in


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Alaska Senate Results

Murkowski (I): 40%
Miller (R):  34%
McAdams: 25%

26% in

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Fiorina in Lead in California, Despite Projection

Senate candidate Carly Fiorina is in the lead in the California race. This comes as even FoxNews has projected the race for incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer. Fiorina appears to have a solid chance of winning this race, as she is leading in heavily Republican areas with many precincts yet to be counted.

Boxer is winning in San Francisco and Los Angeles, as can be expected but they appear to not be as wide as could be expected. According to Politico Fiorina has opened a .7% lead statewide over Boxer.

In San Diego:

Fiorina: 53.6%
Boxer 40.8%

28% in

Los Angeles:

Boxer: 52.4%
Fiorina: 42.5%

8% in

Fresno:

Fiorina: 58.7
Boxer: 35.6

less than one percent in

San Francisco

Boxer: 74.0%
Fiorina: 24.8

less than 1% in

Sacramento

Boxer: 48.9%
Fiorina: 44.6%

57% in

Taking this into consideration, it appears that much of the conservative areas of the state have not been counted. The eastern part of the state it heavily voting for Fiorina and rejecting Boxer.

The chances are that the military absentee ballots could help Fiorina to get over the top. It still appears unlikely, but who would guess that they would be ahead.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Cloud vs. Dicks Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Norm Dicks and Republican Doug Cloud has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Dicks has held a solid lead over Cloud right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Dicks is leading Cloud by several points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

Cloud (R) - 43.0%.
Dicks* (D) - 57.0%.

76% of Precincts reporting.

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Washington 6th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Norm Dicks and Republican Doug Cloud has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Dicks has held a solid lead over Cloud right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Dicks is leading Cloud by several points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

Cloud (R) - 43.0%.
Dicks* (D) - 57.0%.

76% of Precincts reporting.

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Harmer vs. McNerney Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Jerry McNerney and Republican David Harmer has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Harmer has held a solid lead over McNerney right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Harmer is leading McNerney by 6 points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

This race is too close to call.

Harmer (R) - 47.5%.
McNerney (D) - 47.4%.
99% of Precincts reporting.


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California 11th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Jerry McNerney and Republican David Harmer has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Harmer has held a solid lead over McNerney right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Harmer is leading McNerney by 6 points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

Too close to call.

Harmer (R) - 47.5%.
McNerney* (D) - 47.4%.

99% of Precincts reporting.

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Schweikert vs. Mitchell Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Harry Mitchell and Republican David Schweikert has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Schweikert has held a solid lead over Mitchell right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Schweikert is leading Mitchell by 3-6 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Arizona 5th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Harry Mitchell and Republican David Schweikert has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Schweikert has held a solid lead over Mitchell right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Schweikert is leading Mitchell by 3-6 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Philpot vs. Matheson Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Jim Matheson and Republican Morgan Philpot has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Matheson has held a solid lead over Philpot right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Matheson is leading Philpot by 16 points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

Matheson* (D) - 50.7%.
Philpot (R) - 45.9%.
Hinton (CP) - 1.8%.

100% of Precincts reporting.

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Utah 2nd District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Jim Matheson and Republican Morgan Philpot has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Matheson has held a solid lead over Philpot right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Matheson is leading Philpot by 16 points in the polls. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics. You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

Matheson* (D) - 53.9%.
Philpot (R) - 42.5%.

21% of Precincts reporting.

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CA-47: Sanchez vs. Tran.

CA-47.

Loretta Sanchez vs. Van Tran.

Sanchez* (D) - 47.5%.
Tran (R) - 47.1%.

0% of Precincts reporting.

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Gosar vs. Kirkpatrick Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Paul Gosar has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Gosar has held a solid lead over Kirkpatrick right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Gosar is leading Kirkpatrick by 7 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Arizona 1st District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Paul Gosar has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Gosar has held a solid lead over Kirkpatrick right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Gosar is leading Kirkpatrick by 7 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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John McCain Results

John McCain * (R): 61.6%
Glassman (D): 31.5%

13% Reporting

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Arizona Senate Results

John McCain * (R): 61.6%
Glassman (D): 31.5%

13% Reporting


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Oregon 4th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Peter DeFazio and Republican Art Robinson has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, DeFazio has held a small lead over Robinson right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, DeFazio is leading Robinson by 2 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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DeFazio v. Robinson Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Peter DeFazio and Republican Art Robinson has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, DeFazio has held a small lead over Robinson right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, DeFazio is leading Robinson by 2 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Brown vs. Whitman Results

With 2% reporting:

Jerry Brown: 48.8%
Meg Whitman: 46.0%


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California Governor Results

With 2% reporting:

Jerry Brown: 48.8%
Meg Whitman: 46.0%

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Cornilles vs. Wu Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat David Wu and Republican Ron Cornilles has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Wu has held a solid lead over Cornilles right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Wu is leading Cornilles by 13 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Oregon 1st District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat David Wu and Republican Ron Cornilles has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Wu has held a solid lead over Cornilles right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Wu is leading Cornilles by 13 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Boxer vs. Fiorina Results

With 2% reporting:

Carly Fiorina: 48.6%
Barbara Boxer: 44.9%

Update:

Boxer has won.

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California Senate Results

With 2% reporting:

Carly Fiorina: 48.6%
Barbara Boxer: 44.9%

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Oklahoma 2nd District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Dan Boren and Republican Charles Thompson has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Boren has held a solid lead over Thompson right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Boren is leading Thompson by some points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.

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Reid vs. Angle Results

With less than 1% reporting:

Harry Reid: 53.5%
Sharron Angle:  42.5%


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Nevada Senate Election Results

With less than 1% reporting:

Harry Reid: 53.5%
Sharron Angle:  42.5%

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Idaho 1st District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Walt Minnick and Republican Raul Labrador has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Minnick has held a small lead over Labrador right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Minnick is leading Labrador by 3 points in the polls. You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.

Labrador (R) - 51.1%.
Minnick* (D) - 39.6%.
Other - 9.3%.

1% of Precincts reporting.



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Labrador vs. Minnick Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Walt Minnick and Republican Raul Labrador has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Minnick has held a small lead over Labrador right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Minnick is leading Labrador by 3 points in the polls. You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.

Labrador (R) - 51.1%.
Minnick* (D) - 39.6%.
Other - 9.3%.

1% of Precincts reporting.


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Rossi v. Murray Results

Rossi (R): 54.8%
Murray (D): 45.2%

14% in

Update:

It now appears that Murray will win the race. 

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Washington Senate Results

Rossi (R): 54.8%
Murray (D): 45.2%

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Though the votes have not been completely counted, Rossi has, at the very least, an uphill battle against Murray, who leads him by 1%.

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NY-29: Reed vs. Zeller

NY-29

Tom Reed vs. Matt Zeller.

Reed (R) - 54.7%.
Zeller (D) - 45.3%.

62% of Precincts reporting.

NY-03 & NY-26: Republicans win.

NY-03

Peter King vs. Howard Kudler.


King* (R) - 72.6%.
Kudler (D) - 27.4%.

12% of Precincts reporting.

NY-26

Phillip Fedele vs. Christopher Lee

Fedele (D) - 25.7%.
Lee* (R) - 74.3%.

48% of Precincts are reporting.

Arizona 8th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Gabrielle Giffords and Republican Jesse Kelly has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Giffords has held a small lead over McClung right up until now. However, according to Real Clear Politics, Giffords is now tied with Kelly in the polls. You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.

This race is too close to call.

Giffords (D): 120,175/48.6%.
Kelly (R): 117,826/47.6%.
Stoltz (L): 9,524/3.8%.

100% of Precints reporting

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Kelly vs. Giffords Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Gabrielle Giffords and Republican Jesse Kelly has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Giffords has held a small lead over McClung right up until now.  However, according to Real Clear Politics, Giffords is now tied with Kelly in the polls.  You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  


Giffords: 40.8%
Kelly: 57.4%


1% reporting

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McClung vs. Grijalva Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Raul Grijalva and Republican Ruth McClung has come down to the wire this election. According to the polls, Grijalva has held a small lead over McClung right up until now. According to Real Clear Politics, Grijalva is leading Bielat by 2 points in the polls. You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage. For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.

Too close to call.

Grijalva: 62,459/48.8%.
McClung: 58,376/45.6%.
Meyer (I): 3,659/2.9%.
Keane (L): 3,435/2.7%.

100% of Precincts reporting.

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Arizona 7th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Raul Grijalva and Republican Ruth McClung has come down to the wire this election.  According to the polls, Grijalva  has held a small lead over McClung right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Grijalva is leading Bielat by 2 points in the polls.  You should check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  



Grijalva: 38.0
McClung: 55.9%

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Colorado 4th District Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Cory Gardner and Republican Betsy Markey has come down to the wire this election.  Though the polls are close, Markey has held a solid lead over Gardner right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Markey is leading Gardner by 3-11 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.


Markey: 51.3%
Gardner: 42.9%


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Gardner vs. Markey Results

A tight election between Incumbent Democrat Cory Gardner and Republican Betsy Markey has come down to the wire this election.  Though the polls are close, Markey has held a solid lead over Gardner right up until now.  According to Real Clear Politics, Markey is leading Gardner by 3-11 points in the polls.  For results and more information concerning the race, visit Real Clear Politics.  You should also check out the rest of our site for more election coverage.



Markey: 51.3%
Gardner: 42.9%

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