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Old 7th October 2020, 05:31 AM   #41
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The Cook Political Report moves the South Carolina Senate race from Lean Republican to Toss Up.
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While South Carolina is certainly redder than its border states Georgia and North Carolina — two other Sun Belt states that have seen more rapid demographic and urban/suburban shifts than South Carolina — that doesn’t mean there aren’t underlying shifts here as well.
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Ultimately, this race has earned a more competitive rating — underscoring just how fast the GOP majority is slipping away if they have to defend turf like this, and also how much Trump’s numbers have fallen across the board. We are moving South Carolina from Lean Republican to Toss Up.

https://cookpolitical.com/analysis/s...ate-moves-toss
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Old 9th October 2020, 02:12 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by JoeMorgue View Post
The Minnesota 2nd District Congressional Race is being delayed until next year after a 3rd party candidate has died.

Adam Weeks, 38, was a farmer running under the Legal Marijuana Now Party against freshman Democratic Rep. Angie Craig. Minnesota has a state law requiring a delay of election of a candidate dies with 79 days of the election.

Minnesota's 2nd District is considered a tight race between Craig and Republican challenger Tyler Kistner.
A federal judge has put the #mn02 election back on track for November, granting an injunction for Angie Craig against enforcing a Minnesota state law that would have pushed race to February.

https://twitter.com/Stowydad/status/...139784192?s=19
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Loeffler is a sitting US Senator:

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Apparently Graham also illegally begged for campaign money beside shamelessly declaring how much anti-abortion he is while at the hearing. They know Barr won't investigate these violations.
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Graham leads by 6% in today's Times/Sienna poll.
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Respect for the North Caroline GOP chair who finally has had enough: family values are after all everything for the GOP.

"It’s time for Trump to either start providing North Carolinians with straight answers on his extramarital affairs or suspend his campaign.”

ETA: sorry, misspelled that. Not Trump, Cunningham. My bad
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