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2017 AL US Senate Election- Which Democrat should the DSCC recruit to face Strange or Moore-R.

Former 2nd CD US Representative Bobby Bright?
Former 5th CD US Representative Bud Cramer?
Former State Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks?
Former Lt Governor Jim Folsom?

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Wed Apr 26, 2017, 07:59 PM (0 replies)

2018 NV US Senate Election?

There are rumors that NV 1st Congressional district US Representative Dina Titus and Former NV State Treasurer Kate Marshall are considering running for the US Senate in 2018. Who stands a better chance of unseating Heller?

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Apr 25, 2017, 09:01 PM (2 replies)

What are the chances of sitting or former Governors running for the US Senate and winning in 2018

2018
DE-Markell-D (if Carper-D) retires?
FL-Scott-R?
IN-Daniels-R?
ME-LePage-R?
MI-Snyder-R?
NJ-Christie-R?
NM-Martinez-R?
OH-Kasich-R?
TN-Halsam-R (if Corker-R) retires?
WY-Mead-R (if Barrasso-R) retires?


Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Apr 25, 2017, 07:57 PM (3 replies)

2018 CO Governors and 2020 CO US Senate Election-Democratic Nominee.

2018 CO Governors Election.
Top Tier Democratic Candidates include Cary Kennedy,Ed Perlmutter,and Jared Polis who is going to make an announcement in the next month or two. Will Polis throw his hat in the ring or will he wait in 2020 to unseat US Senator Cory Gardner?
2020 CO US Senate Election.
John Hickenlooper has the first right of refusal. If Hickenlooper says no to a US Senate run, which Democratic primary in the Governors Race is likely to win the Democratic nomination for the US Senate in 2020 and stand a chance of unseating Gardner?
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Mon Apr 24, 2017, 10:24 PM (0 replies)

2017/2018 US Senate and Governors Election winner predictions

2017
AL-US Senate-Republican Primary Runoff Winner.
NJ-Governor-Phil Murphy-D
VA-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner.

2018
AL-Governor-Republican Primary Runoff Winner.
AK-Governor-Bill Walker-I
AZ-US Senate-Kyrsten Sinema-D
AZ-Governor-Doug Doucey-R
AR-Governor-Asa Hutchinson-R
CA-US Senate-Eric Garcetti-D
CA-Governor-Gavin Newsom-D
CO-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner.
CT-US Senate-Chris Murphy-D
CT-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner.
DE-US Senate-Tom Carper-D
FL-US Senate-Bill Nelson-D
FL-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
GA-Governor-Republican Primary Runoff Winner-December 2018 Runoff-If neither political party gets over 50 percent in Nov.
HI-US Senate-Mazie Hirono-D
HI-Governor-David Ige-D
ID-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
IL-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
IN-US Senate-Joe Donnelly-D
IA-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner if Steve King is the Republican nominee.
KS-Governor-Republican Primary Winner.
ME-US Senate-Angus King-I
ME-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
MD-US Senate-Ben Cardin-D
MD-Governor-Larry Hogan-R
MA-US Senate-Elizabeth Warren-D
MA-Governor-Charlie Baker-R
MI-US Senate-Debbie Stabenow-D
MI-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
MN-US Senate-Amy Klobuchar-D
MN-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
MS-US Senate-Roger Wicker-R
MO-US Senate-Claire McCaskill-D
MT-US Senate-Jon Tester-D
NE-US Senate-Deb Fischer-R
NE-Governor-Pete Ricketts-R
NV-US Senate-Democratic Primary Winner
NV-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
NH-Governor-Steve Marchand-D
NJ-US Senate-Democratic Primary Winner
NM-US Senate-Martin Heinrich-D
NM-Governor-Democratic Primary Winner
NY-US Senate-Kirsten Gillibrand-D
NY-Governor-Andrew Cuomo-D
ND-US Senate-Heidi Heitkamp-D
OH-US Senate-Sherrod Brown-D
OH-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
OK-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
OR-Governor-Kate Brown-D
PA-US Senate-Bob Casey-D
PA-Governor-Tom Wolf-D
RI-US Senate-Sheldon Whitehouse-D
RI-Governor-Gina Raimondo-D
SC-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
SD-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
TN-US Senate-Bob Corker-R/Bill Halsam-R if Corker-R runs for Governor
TN-Governor-Republican Primary Winner
TX-US Senate-Ted Cruz-R
TX-Governor-Greg Abbott-R
UT-US Senate-Republican Primary Winner
VT-US Senate-Bernie Sanders-I
VT-Governor-Phil Scott-R
VA-US Senate-Tim Kaine-D
WA-US Senate-Maria Cantwell-D
WV-US Senate-Joe Manchin-D
WI-US Senate-Tammy Baldwin-D
WI-Governor-Scott Walker-R
WY-US Senate-John Barrasso-R
WY-Governor-Republican Primary Winner


Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Mon Apr 24, 2017, 08:52 PM (9 replies)

2018 US Senate Election- Top Tier Democratic candidates against Republican incumbents.

2017 Special
AL- Bobby Bright should get talked into running. He represented a ultra right wing Congressional District from 2009-2011, He narrowly won in 2008 then narrowly lost in 2010. The Republican incumbent- Luther Strange is damaged goods due to his ties to Bentley.

2018
AZ-Kyrsten Sinema
MS-Jim Hood
NE-Brad Ashford
NV-Dina Titus
TN-Jim Cooper or Steve Cohen
TX-Beto O'Rourke or Joaquin Castro
UT-Jim Matheson
WY-Dave or Nancy Freudenthal. Nancy is the Chief Justice of the US District Court of Wyoming.

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Apr 23, 2017, 07:18 PM (0 replies)

Bill O'Reilly starring in Dracula Movies.

An episode on Mr Belvedere-Anchors Away shows a TV News Anchor getting fired and starring in Dracula informercials.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Apr 23, 2017, 04:56 PM (0 replies)

2018 US House Election-Democrats guide to a majority.

If Democrats win the Special Elections in GA-6,MT,and SC-5, Democrats need a net gain of 21 seats.
Democrats could lose GA-6,MN-1,MT,and SC-5, Democrats need to win 25 Republican held Districts.
1)AZ-2
2)CA-10
3)CA-21
4)CA-25
5)CA-39
6)CA-48
7)CA-49
8)CO-6
9)FL-26
10)FL-27
11)IA-1
12)IA-3
13)ME-2
14)MN-2
15)MN-3
16)NE-2
17)NJ-7
18)NY-19
19)NY-22
20)NY-24
21)PA-6
22)PA-8
23)PA-16
24)TX-23
25)VA-10

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Apr 23, 2017, 02:18 PM (0 replies)

Jon Ossoff

If Jon Ossoff
wins the June 2017 Runoff election against Karen Handel
wins re-election in 2018 and 2020
If the Republicans
win the 2018 Georgia Governors Race
retain their majority in the GA State Legislature
Will GA-6 get gerrymandered into a Solid Republican district during the 2022 redistricting?

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Apr 23, 2017, 12:51 PM (2 replies)

2018 US Senate Election cycle could be like the 2002 US Senate Election cycle.

In 2002- Bush's first midterm, Republicans picked up GA (Chambliss-R unseated Cleland-D),MN (Coleman-R replaced Wellstone-D),and MO special (Talent-R unseated Carnahan-D). Democrats picked up AR (Pryor unseated Tim Hutchinson). +2R.
In 2018-Trump's first midterm, I am predicting that Democrats will pick up AZ (Sinema-D unseats Flake-R) and NV (Titus-D unseats Heller-R). +2D
Republicans could pick up IN,MO,MT,and ND. Democrats hold onto FL,MI,MN,NM,OH,PA,VA,WV,and WI.
2020 US Senate Election cycle will be more Democratic friendly than the 2018 US Senate Election cycle.
The number of purple/red state Democratic US Senators up for re-election in 2020 4
1)MI-Peters-D
2)MN-Franken-D
3)NH-Shaheen-D
4)VA-Warner-D
I expect all of these Democratic incumbents to win re-election or if it were an open seat, Democrats will hold onto all of these states.
Democrats could pick up CO,GA if Ossoff decides to run,ME-if Collins retires,MT-if Bullock-D run,NC,and TX-if Cornyn-R retires and Castro-D runs.

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Apr 23, 2017, 12:10 PM (0 replies)
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