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(4,860 posts)
1. Ralston thinks there might be enough outstanding votes to take the lead.
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 11:25 AM
Nov 2022

But everything has to line up well with the right ratio to take the lead. It will be close either way.


(8,969 posts)
2. I'd say 60% in favor of Dems
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 11:27 AM
Nov 2022

Of the vote outstanding, like Clark County, the vote is favoring Dems 2 to 1. Same with Washoe County (Reno).


(93,474 posts)
3. Who wouldn't. If we get Nevada, it would take so much pressure off us. I won't say anything
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 11:27 AM
Nov 2022

too negative, but I don't think the take over of the Nevada Democratic party by the DSA helped us very much in Nevada.

Nevada should have been an easy one for us with an incumbent, and the Reid machine in place, but I think what happened with the DSA situation, confused a lot of people


(4,860 posts)
6. We've definitely been losing ground in NV in recent years.
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 11:29 AM
Nov 2022

I hope the democratic party there will do some research and find out what the problem is.



(8,877 posts)
4. Ralston seems a bit optimistic.
Wed Nov 9, 2022, 11:28 AM
Nov 2022

From twitter (puke)..

Here's the math, folks:
If there are 100K mail ballots left in Clark, which would make sense based on turnout there, and the Dems win by the 2-to-1 margin they have so far, CCM could come back to win.
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