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GOV/MIL PA congressional election results- Republican Rick Saccone
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    I think the Deplorables are sending a message....NO MORE RINOS! Trump should be paying close attention. Ryan should be crapping his pants.
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    The vote difference between the democrat and republican almost exactly matches the number of votes for the libertarian.
    hmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Electra View Post
    I think the Deplorables are sending a message....NO MORE RINOS! Trump should be paying close attention. Ryan should be crapping his pants.
    Yup one of Paul Ryan’s last tweets

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    Within 1000 votes according to local news.
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    Maybe the dem wave is more about the right wing disappointment then the left rally!

    96.3% reporting
    Candidate Votes PCT
    Conor Lamb (D) 104,697 49.9%
    Rick Saccone (R) 103,779 49.5%

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    This is the time where they slow their reporting to massage the numbers to reach the desired outcome.

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    The Uniparty is doing everything it can to give us a "Democratic" Congress this election cycle. Got to maintain the illusion of opposition in order to bamboozle the masses.

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    Candidate Votes PCT
    Conor Lamb (D) 106,549 49.8%
    Rick Saccone (R) 106,009 49.6%

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    about a 600 vote difference
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    headline NBCnews website: too close to call
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warm Wisconsin View Post
    The Uniparty is doing everything it can to give us a "Democratic" Congress this election cycle. Got to maintain the illusion of opposition in order to bamboozle the masses.
    98.0% reporting
    Candidate Votes PCT
    Conor Lamb (D) 107,471 49.9%
    Rick Saccone (R) 106,771 49.5%

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    Whoa.... what happened??

    Lamb (D) 107,155 49.8%
    Saccone (R) 106,570 49.6%
    Miller (L) 1,304 0.6%

    98% reporting.

    Lamb was up +5% a half hour ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing22 View Post
    Whoa.... what happened??

    Lamb (D) 107,155 49.8%
    Saccone (R) 106,570 49.6%
    Miller (L) 1,304 0.6%

    98% reporting.

    Lamb was up +5% a half hour ago.
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    Lamb is up by 95 votes. Percentage tied at 49.7%

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    Looks like the blue wave turned into a ripple.

    Room for dhims to cheat on absentee ballots tho.
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    This is a district that went heavily for Trump in 2016. Even a close win for the GOP there would have set off alarm bells for the Republican party.

    Stable genius' visit and speech may have hurt the GOP candidate.

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    So why did this guy lose in a R+20 race????

    What’s the matter with Republicans? Here lately we pick the worse candidates to run. Why???
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    Ignoring the resident dem cheerleader, I see a recount happening.
    Facts?? We don't need no stinkin facts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl_70 View Post
    So why did this guy lose in a R+20 race????

    What’s the matter with Republicans? Here lately we pick the worse candidates to run. Why???
    Because in 2016, the people voted for a non-politician and wanted real change.

    In this case, it's a incumbent, shows you how the people feel about career politicians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl_70 View Post
    So why did this guy lose in a R+20 race????

    What’s the matter with Republicans? Here lately we pick the worse candidates to run. Why???
    He is losing because he is a lackluster Republican candidate and even Trump can't turn a bowl of jello into gold. Saccone has no charisma.
    The Democrat Lamb is actually more of a Republican than the Republican. The Dem is pro gun, pro tax cut, pro everything Trump is for. Hell he even distanced himself from the Dem leadership. The Democrats also poured everything (money, time and labor) they had into this race.
    So the outcome is no surprise.

    Just having an R after a candidate's name is no guarantee of anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl_70 View Post
    So why did this guy lose in a R+20 race????

    What’s the matter with Republicans? Here lately we pick the worse candidates to run. Why???

    He's a RINO!
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    Bret Baier reported on Laura Ingram that several counties have stated they won't even start counting their absentee ballots until tomorrow.
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    Nobody has won or lost till the absentee are counted.

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    I think Brett said about 6,000 absentee votes to be counted. The dem candidate ran as pro gun, pro life, and anti Pelosi. He also outspent the republican candidate 5 to 1.

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    Yeah a democrat is better than a rino. Just like 2008 and 2012. Those anger republicans sure showed everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    I think Brett said about 6,000 absentee votes to be counted. The dem candidate ran as pro gun, pro life, and anti Pelosi. He also outspent the republican candidate 5 to 1.
    Surrrrrrre he is. Ha! Ha!

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    There is no political solution.
    Wake up, my friends.
    The crisis is a moral one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppy View Post
    I think Brett said about 6,000 absentee votes to be counted. The dem candidate ran as pro gun, pro life, and anti Pelosi. He also outspent the republican candidate 5 to 1.
    Rick Saccone spent $600,000 raised within the district; Conor Lamb spent $3,000,000. The Saccone campaign spent $$2,900,000 outside money in support of their candidate; The Lamb campaign spend $700,000 in support of their candidate. Saccone spent an additional $7,000,000 of outside money opposing Lamb; Lamb spent $1,100,000 of outside money opposing Saccone. The total spent by the Saccone campaign was $11,200,000; the total spent by the Lamb campaign was $4,800,000.

    Altogether, a very expensive race by national standards.
    Last edited by FarmerJohn; 03-14-2018 at 02:41 PM. Reason: Corrected figures.

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    PublicPolicyPolling

    @ppppolls

    Our election night poll in PA-18 found that health care was a defining issue in the race. 52% said it was either the most important issue or very important in their vote, and Conor Lamb won those voters 62-38:
    https://www.publicpolicypolling.com/...tionSurvey.pdf
    7:03 AM - Mar 14, 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by coalcracker View Post
    There is no political solution.
    Wake up, my friends.
    The crisis is a moral one.
    INDEED IT IS

    and to those who continue to put their hopes in anonymous leaks, memos and secret indictments - you'd be better off waiting for the HULK WONDER WOMAN and SUPERMAN to save what's left of this country

    my fear is that the dimmies are going to kick ass and take names in the mid terms and they are LITERALLY going to DROWN US after the 2020 election.

    this period of history will be remembered as the time when ameriKKa went back to sleep and FAILED TO ACT on correcting her course.

    we'd do well to remember that GOD told JEREMIAH not to waste his time praying for "THIS PEOPLE" - there are several places in that book where AMERICA can EASILY be substituted for Israel or Babylon . . . take another look at it . . .

    you are being JUDGED ameriKKa - weighed in the balance and found lacking - and the reasons for it not only run WIDE and DEEP - they are EXTREMELY APPARENT.

    said it before and I repeate it now - there's been a STUNNING ABSENCE of RIGHTEOUS ANGER in ameriKKa for DECADES - the APATHY and INDIFFERENCE are astonishing.

    remember this:
    • you had an ELECTION
    • YOU WON
    • yet the MARXIST REVOLUTION continues COMPLETELY UNCHECKED

    that concept known as "THE RULE OF LAW" applies ONLY to YOU

    the POLITICAL, BANKER and CORPORATE ROBBER BARON CLASS remain completely free to RAPE PILLAGE and PLUNDER - and they are now doing it completely
    UNCHECKED and IN THE SUNSHINE

    if you quit prepping you'd be wise to rethink that mistake
    if you think that GOD is going to move to correct the course of this country - I suggest you re-read the book - and - I'm NOT THE ONLY ONE who doesn't see it QUITE that way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buick Electra View Post
    PublicPolicyPolling

    @ppppolls

    Our election night poll in PA-18 found that health care was a defining issue in the race. 52% said it was either the most important issue or very important in their vote, and Conor Lamb won those voters 62-38:
    https://www.publicpolicypolling.com/...tionSurvey.pdf
    7:03 AM - Mar 14, 2018
    The link to that survey explains a lot It almost exactly mirrors the election results.

    Pennsylvania, that land of union workers, prefer their benefits.
    Nobody can deny that the republican congress has done a piss poor job when it comes to health care. They somehow managed to take Obama care and tried to repeal it and failed and then tried to change it, so no one was happy.
    Maybe they should have left it alone and let the full negative impact hit everyone, and then come back an address it after this coming election,

    As for the candidates. The Dem candidate could for all intents and purposes been a republican with the views and positions he holds.
    If a traditional commie lib democrat would have run instead of a Marine vet who is pro gun and pro conservative in many ways, the traditional Dem would have lost bigly.
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    The Dems were very smart for this election. They ran a Repubican
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    TerryK:
    Nobody can deny that the republican congress has done a piss poor job when it comes to health care. They somehow managed to take Obama care and tried to repeal it and failed and then tried to change it, so no one was happy.
    Maybe they should have left it alone and let the full negative impact hit everyone, and then come back an address it after this coming election
    we can thank the RINO's for that crap. as for the concept of allowing a bit suffering at under OBAMACARE - that's an excellent thought - nothing motivates quite like a little PAIN and ANGUISH
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryK View Post
    The Dems were very smart for this election. They ran a Repubican
    Who will now vote straight Dem(on).
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    It looks like a win for the Democrat. NBC is calling it for Lamb. The RINOS in DC may very well take down the Republican Party in November. The Democrats have now won 39 out of 39 state level races since Trump was elected. They have now won this race, plus the Alabama Senate race, although they lost the Georgia house race. The RINOS deserve to lose. If this Lamb fellow may have stumbled on a viable political platform for the Democrats to win this November. We may now see a split in the Democrat party between the current crop of liberal fruitcakes, and guys like this.


    Trump is in trouble.

    The link is here

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...enters-2nd-day


    NBC Declares Conor Lamb Winner In Pennsylvania Special Election
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    by Tyler Durden
    Wed, 03/14/2018 - 07:51

    It will probably be a few more days before Pennsylvania's eighteenth district can definitively declare either Republican Rick Saccone or Democrat Conor Lamb to be the newest representative of a district that will cease to exist by next year.

    Several media outlets, including NBC News, declared Lamb - who is ahead of his rival by several hundred votes - the winner. But more than 1,000 absentee ballots have yet to be counted, as CNN points out. Though Saccone is definitely at a disadvantage, and a come-from-behind victory is looking increasingly unlikely. Saccone and Lamb were running to replace former GOP Rep. Tim Murphy, who resigned after allegedly urging a woman he was having an affair with to have an abortion.

    Lamb declared victory early this morning, telling a crowd of his supporters: "It took a little longer than we thought, but we did it!"

    Lamb, a Marine veteran and former prosecutor, told the crowd at his victory speech that the voters had directed him to "do your job" in Washington. "Mission accepted," he declared. Meanwhile, Saccone told his own supporters, "It’s not over yet, we’re going to fight all the way, all the way to the end, we’ll never give up."

    As several reporters pointed out last night, Pennsylvania doesn't require recounts for non-state-wide elections. However, either candidate’s supporters can ask for one - though at least three supporters must attest that there was an error or fraud when counting the ballots.

    The margin between the two candidates was less than 700 votes:



    Though some Republican strategists pointed out that Saccone had outperformed polls of likely voters, which had assigned Lamb between a two and a six point lead, others claimed the performance was still problematic for Republicans, and did not bode well for their chances of retaining the House later this year. If Lamb is victorious, he will need to run again - but for a seat in a different district - later this year.

    As CNN reported, before it became clear the results would be so close, several Republican officials said they were expecting Saccone to lose.

    Before the votes had even been counted, party leaders were already distancing themselves from Saccone and placing the blame squarely on Saccone's campaign but also on Trump's Saturday rally for the candidate, which some Republicans believe helped drive up Democratic turnout.

    Lamb

    NBC is reporting that Saccone, who has not yet conceded, is working with lawyers to discuss next steps.

    When the race tightened, one GOP source told Jim Acosta: "This isn't a blowout - for now, we'll happily take it."

    Republicans also said President Trump, who was soliciting campaign contributions in Beverly Hills Tuesday night, was pleasantly surprised by the narrow margin.

    Lamb, who benefited from his background disowned Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and staked out positions on abortion, guns and fracking that hewed closer to the GOP.

    Still, as we pointed out yesterday, a Lamb victory wouldn't mean all that much for other Democrats running in deep-red districts. As one RNC spokeswoman pointed out, the only reason Lamb won over so many conservative voters is because he "essentially ran as a Republican."
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    GOP attorneys headed to PA Court demanding impounding of voting machines for Allegheny County due to reports of electronically switching votes!!
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    This shit has GOT to stop! We need REAL ID to be required for voting, and we need it NOW!

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