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Previous poll was 48-43 so no real change after debate.


Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) is still holding an edge over Republican Mehmet Oz in their Senate race, according to a new poll that follows the pair’s only general election debate last week in which Fetterman struggled at times to answer questions as he recovers from his stroke.

A Monmouth University survey released Wednesday showed that 48 percent of respondents said they would definitely or probably vote for Fetterman, while 44 percent said they would definitely or probably vote for Oz.

Fetterman also appears to have a slightly higher ceiling for support, as 54 percent said they would definitely or probably not vote for Oz and only 49 percent said they would definitely or probably not vote for Fetterman.


That’s good news. AIPAC is flooding the airwaves with attack ads. I sent her campaign a snack yesterday to fend off the critters.


Kari Lake is a piece of shit


If any place is a crime hellhole, it’s Republican Oklahoma. Wish there was more if this.

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Excellent news reporting this time.


Barnes trails by 2 among LVs (50-48) in the Marquette poll after trailing by 6 (52-46) in the previous poll. MOE is nearly 5% so it all comes down to turnout. Bernie will be on that on the next few days.



Since January 2020, the long-term partisan balance, including those who lean to a
party, in the Marquette Law Poll has been 45% Republican and 44 % Democratic, with 9% independent. Partisanship excluding those who lean has been 30% Republican and 28% Democratic, with 41% independent.

Considering the breakdown of the polling leaning 1% R its even closer, under the old Dem midterm turnout it would be a R run away. As Jcity said Turnout, turnout,turnout…


Obama is showing up too in Milwaukee. That will help with GOTV.




Just how important is this election in Wi,Micheals said the quiet part out loud…

Trump-backed Wisconsin GOP candidate and 2020 election denier claims Republicans will ‘never lose another election’ in the state if he gets voted into office

Hannah Getahun
Tue, November 1, 2022 at 8:17 PM
Wisconsin GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels said Republicans would never lose an election in the state.

“Tim Michels is a danger to our democracy,” Gov. Tony Evers said on Twitter.

The Michels campaign clarified the comment, saying that Michels would boost support for Republicans. (For once they were honest about their plans should he win)

Wisconsin GOP candidate Tim Michels said Republicans would never lose a race in the state should he become governor, concerning opponents that he would take steps to alter election results once in office.

American Bridge 21st Century, a left-leaning political action committee, released an audio clip Monday of Michels recorded during a campaign event in Jackson County, Wisconsin. Michels is running for governor against Democratic incumbent Governor Tony Evers.

“Republicans will never lose another election in Wisconsin after I’m elected governor,” Michels, who co-owns the state’s largest construction company, can be heard saying.

In response to the audio clip, posted on Twitter, Evers replied, saying: ‘Tim Michels is a danger to our democracy.”

“Democracy is on the ballot in this election,” Sam Roecker, a spokesperson for Evers told Insider. “Tim Michels has made it clear he will do anything in his power to make it harder for Wisconsinites to vote and could even overturn the fair results of our elections if he doesn’t like the outcome.”

Micheals will finish what the KochWalker started, A true state dictatorship rendering opposition impossible…


No words


Also means more money to charter schools…


Such an ahole






Not sure what to make of this partnership. Cresco & Curaleaf dominate Illinois and parts of upstate NY. I’d like to see smaller growers included.