New Republican Senators Not Very Popular

3rd – or 1st, depending

Rank of Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in popularity of new senators. Public Policy Polling ranked the top ten of the senators elected in 2010 and found the only two Democrats in positions number one (Joe Manchin, W.V. with a rating of +33) and two (Richard Blumenthal, Conn. at +18). Rubio was third, but first among Republicans, with an approval rating of +7, with Rand Paul (Ken.) near the bottom at -2, and Roy Blunt (Mo.) dead last at -9.

GOP 2010 Campaign ‘Pledge to America’ Broken: ‘We Will Fight Efforts to Use a National Crisis for Political Gain’

By threatening to crash the U.S. economy if they do not get their way in negotiations on economic policy, House Republicans, led by their tea party cohort, have rightly been accused of holding the economy hostage. Only time will tell if this completely made-up crisis, with its dire ramifications for the financial well-being of every […]

CA11: ‘Large Scale Voter Fraud’ Alleged by Trailing GOP Candidate, According to Tea Party Patriots’ Email Blast

Has there been “large scale voter fraud” in a California House race? That claim by the tea bagger candidate in the race appeared about 11 paragraphs down in a Huffington Post story about a hypocritical abuse of power by leaders of the Tea Party Patriots group yesterday. Votes are still being counted in California’s 11th […]

Prop 19: Pot Prop Lost But Got 350K More Votes Than Meg Whitman, 258K More than Fiorina

350,000 Votes

Despite receiving 3,477,746 “yes” votes, Proposition 19, the ballot initiative that would have legalized marijuana in California, lost. Paradoxically, Prop 19 received 350,000 more “yes” votes than total votes for losing GOP governor candidate Meg Whitman (3,152,366) and 285,000 more than losing GOP U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina (3,219,797).

CA08: Speaker Pelosi Wins Re-election with 80% of Vote

80%

Percent of the vote received by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in her re-election bid as the congresswoman from California’s 8th District. Vote tallies for her opponents were 15 percent for Republican John Dennis and 2 percent each for Gloria La Riva of the PFP Party and Philip Berg of the Libertarian Party.

ABC News to Andrew Breitbart: F*ck Off

ABC News apparently likes to learn its lessons the hard way. The following letter was sent from ABC and received by Mr. Breitbart: Dear Mr. Breitbart, We have spent the past several days trying to make clear to you your limited role as a participant in our digital town hall to be streamed on ABCNews.com […]

‘Un-Enthusiasm Gap': At Least 5% of Voters Disapprove of, But Plan to Vote for, Republicans – Means GOP May Get Majority But No Mandate

Earlier I posted a recap of FiveThirtyEight.com pollster Nate Silver’s scenario in which, despite all the dire predictions, Democrats could hold onto enough seats today to retain control of Congress. If, say, 40 million people vote today, at least 2 million and 3.2 million of them will be voting for candidates from a party they […]

Uber Pollster Nate Silver Says Democrats Could Hold Congress

Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight.com writes, “While our forecast and a good deal of polling data suggest that the Republicans may win the House of Representatives on Tuesday, perhaps all is not lost for the Democrats. Here’s one possible scenario for how things might not end up as expected.” Silver suggests that the GOP wave could […]

Gallup: GOP Set to Take 77 House Seats Tomorrow

77

Number of House seats the GOP will likely win tomorrow, according to Gallup.

If You Are Undecided but Considering Voting for a Republican Tomorrow, You Need to Watch This

Transcript:

Optimization WordPress Plugins & Solutions by W3 EDGE