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PRESIDENT BUSH SHOT DEAD; LEPAGE TO TAKE OATH OF OFFICE

the New York Times, April 6, 2017

President Jeb Bush was shot dead this morning while visiting the National Aquarium in Baltimore's inner harbor. Vice President Paul LePage will take the oath of office and become the 48th President of the United States.

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Palin Confirmed to Vice Presidency

the Washington Post, April 17, 2017

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Sarah Palin during her first press conference as Vice President

Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was nominated by President LePage last week to be the next Vice President of the United States. She was confirmed today on a party line vote.

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Events of 2017-2021

President Bush promised to move America away from the "socialized medicine" program known as Americare and towards health savings accounts and a free-market system. He promised to cut taxes. And he promised to end regulations, especially on the environment.

And then he got shot before he could do anything.

The shooter, interestingly, was a staunch Trump supporter who much preferred Paul LePage to John Ellis Bush. President LePage was nowhere near as politically adept as Bush, however, and had a hard time pushing things through Congress. His first project was tax reform; LePage's plan created a flat tax rate of 10% for all Americans, which even a few Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, opposed. McConnell's opposition gained him an angry tweet and new nickname from LePage's commerce secretary, Donald Trump:

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The tax plan failed 54-46 in the Senate (the CBO estimated that it would increase the debt by $37 trillion over 10 years, thus it violated the Byrd rule and could not be passed via reconciliation). Paul LePage reportedly called McConnell, Speaker Blackburn, House Minority Leader Pelosi, and Senate Minority Leader Schumer and left expletive-laden voicemails on their phones. He then moved on to what he called a "drug crackdown." In a primetime televised speech from the Oval Office, President LePage announced that there would be a zero-tolerance policy towards any and all illicit drugs. "There are guys with the name D-Money, Smoothie, Shifty, they sell their heroin. Incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, white girl, which is a real sad thing because then we have another issue we have to deal with down the road." [pretty much a direct quote oh my god] He fired Attorney General Rubio right after the speech, and had him replaced with Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, who was confirmed and immediately began the crackdown. The prison population increased by nearly two million people by the end of 2020. Notoriously, the LePage Administration's FBI, ATF, and CIA targeted a number of famous musicians who made references to having done illegal drugs in their art, which enraged and galvanized younger, millennial voters even more than LePage already had.

Next, LePage focused on immigration. He announced a total ban on new refugees coming into the United States (except from European nations), and pushed a bill funding a border wall with Mexico through Congress in the middle of 2018. Any undocumented immigrants would be immediately deported if they were discovered by the federal government. LePage also signed an executive order halting all immigration, legal or otherwise, from all non-European nations, though the Supreme Court later struck this down. LePage ousted Elaine Duke at the DHS and replaced her with David Clarke.

The 2018 midterms were a disaster for LePage and Republicans. Democrats swept into the House (though they couldn't take back the Senate).

 

2018 Midterms

House:

Democrats: 225 (up 42)

Republicans: 210 (down 42)

Speaker: Nancy Pelosi

Senate:

Republicans: 54 (down 5)

Democrats: 46 (up 5)

Majority Leader: Mitch McConnell

 

The Democratic House drafted articles of impeachment against President LePage in February of 2019, citing the arrests of various celebrities (such as Seth Rogen, Jeffery Williams, T. J. Miller, and Sidney Shelby III) for merely mentioning drugs in their movies or music (respectively). The LePage Administration cited reasonable suspicion, and that they had merely used the drug references as evidence and not cause of arrest. LePage was acquitted on a party-line vote in the Senate.

LePage was extremely unpopular in late 2019, with an approval rating of 27%; he announced that he would run for a term of his own, but there were a number of other Republicans hinting at a run...

[@vcczar I will be using your 2020 scenario for this; I'll just rename Trump to LePage.]

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O'Malley Announces 2020 Bid

the Baltimore Sun, December 28, 2018

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Former Maryland Governor and current DNC chairman Martin O'Malley announced today that he will run for President of the United States in 2020. "I know it's an early announcement, but I just led the Democrats to a massive victory in last month's midterms. Let's do the same in November of 2020!"

 

Tulsi Gabbard Running for President in 2020

the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, March 7, 2019

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Senator Tulsi Gabbard, who won election to Mazie Hirono's seat last November (Hirono's cancer prevented her from seeking re-election), announced that she will be seeking the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2020. Gabbard has a love-hate relationship with the Democratic base; she has progressive chops due to endorsing Bernie Sanders (who is also weighing a 2020 run) in 2016, but has done a number of things to anger that very constituency.

 

Brown's In

Cleveland.com, March 12, 2019

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The 2020 Presidential primary is picking up steam, as Senator Sherrod Brown, who narrowly won re-election last year, announced that he is running for President in 2020. His campaign is seen as something of a long-shot, but not at all impossible.

 

Elizabeth Warren Jumps into Race

the Boston Globe, March 15, 2019

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced her second Presidential bid today, stating the need for a "peaceful political revolution in the age of LePage." She is polling much better than she was in 2016, with most showing her as the frontrunner.

 

Terry McAuliffe Announces 2020 Run to Little Fanfare

the Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 18, 2019

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Former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has announced that he will run for President in 2020. He has close ties to former President Hillary Clinton and her husband, but the establishment is not flocking to McAuliffe as he hoped.

 

Fmr. President Clinton: "Absolutely No Way" I'll Run in 2020

the New York Times, March 19, 2019

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Former President Hillary Clinton has ruled out a 2020 Presidential bid, stating that it's time for the Democrats to have "a fresh new face."

 

Booker Announces 2020 Bid

the Washington Post, April 2, 2019

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New Jersey Senator Cory Booker announced today that he will run for the Democratic nomination in 2020, giving Elizabeth Warren a tough fight for the nomination. The two have been effectively tied in the polls as of late.

 

CRUZ TO CHALLENGE PRESIDENT LEPAGE IN 2020

the New York Times, April 5, 2019

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Former Senator Ted Cruz announced that he will run against incumbent President LePage in the Republican primaries. "We can't afford 4 more years of this bombastic faux-conservatism in the White House. We need a real conservative President the likes of which we haven't had since 1989."

 

Franken 2020 Officially Announced

the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, April 11, 2019

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Senator Al Franken, who also was a comedian on Saturday Night Live, has officially announced that he will run for President after intense speculation. He is running as a moderate Rust-Belt progressive who can swing that region back to the Democrats.

 

Pence Enters Republican Primaries

the Indianapolis Star, April 14, 2019

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Indiana Governor Mike Pence will challenge President LePage in the 2020 Republican primaries, sources close to the Governor say; he is expected to formally announce his candidacy tonight.

 

Bernie Sanders Runs Amidst Concerns About Age

the New York Times, April 27, 2019

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Sen. Bernie Sanders will run for President in 2020, even though many on both sides of the aisle have raised concerns about his age. At 79, he would be the oldest President ever elected.

 

Cuomo, Hoping to Capitalize on 2016, Throws Hat in Ring

the New York Daily News, April 30, 2019

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2016 Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee and current New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that he will run for President in 2020. He is polling well behind Warren, Sanders, Booker, and Franken, but he might be able to make headway with moderates.

 

John Kasich to Challenge LePage

Cleveland.com, May 5, 2019

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Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich announced that he will run against President LePage for the Republican nomination, which adds one more name to an already abnormally crowded primary for the party of the incumbent President.

 

Gillibrand Running for President

the New York Post, May 7, 2019

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New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is officially running for President in 2020. But with other moderate progressives such as Al Franken, Martin O'Malley, and Cory Booker running too, is there room for her?

 

Rubio Becomes Latest Republican to Challenge LePage

The Miami Herald, May 16, 2019

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Former Attorney General and former Senator Marco Rubio has announced his second Presidential bid this morning. With this many Republicans challenging President LePage, will the President even be renominated?

 

Harris Jumps in Race

Breitbart, May 19, 2019

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Lucifer-in-the-flesh Kamala Harris, the Senator from not-real-America, is running for the Demoncrat nomination for President. This little girl thinks she can beat God-Emperor Paul LePage? Ha.

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Franken On Top as 2020 Approaches

the New York Times, November 3, 2019

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Today marks one year before the 2020 Presidential election, which has already begun to take shape. In the Republican primaries, incumbent President Paul LePage leads by 2 percentage points.

 

GALLUP REPUBLICAN PRIMARY POLL - November 1, 2019

Paul LePage: 20.7%

Mike Pence: 18.8%

Ted Cruz: 14.3%

John Kasich: 8.7%

Marco Rubio: 7.2%

Undecided: 30.4%

 

On the Democratic side, Sen. Al Franken has rocketed to the top due to a broad coalition, though he is trailed closely by Cory Booker. Franken appeals to everyone from people old enough to remember his Saturday Night Live days, to millennials who love his sense of humor. He's been described by some as the "Goldilocks Democrat;" not too old, not too young; not too serious about himself but not a joke candidate; not too moderate, but not too progressive. Plus he's racked up celebrity endorsements; everyone from Chaka Kahn to LaVar Ball to former President Al Gore to newly-elected Chicago mayor Chance the Rapper (or should we call him Chance the Mayor?).

 

GALLUP DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY POLL - November 1, 2019

Al Franken: 16.7%

Cory Booker: 15.9%

Elizabeth Warren: 10.9%

Bernie Sanders: 10.7%

Kirsten Gillibrand: 10.4%

Kamala Harris: 8.2%

Andrew Cuomo: 8%

Terry McAuliffe: 4.9%

Sherrod Brown: 3.1%

Tulsi Gabbard: 2.6%

Martin O'Malley: 2%

Undecided: 6.7%

 

Polling on the general election is, obviously, extremely speculative since neither party's nominee is known and it's still a year out. However, Gallup released a poll on the first of this month showing where popular opinion currently stands, and what an electoral map would look like if the election were held a year early.

 

GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - November 1, 2019

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Popular vote:

Generic Democrat: 48.1%

Generic Republican: 33.3%

Generic Libertarian: 0.4%

Generic Green: 0.4%

Undecided: 17.7%

 

The 2020 election will certainly continue to be a fascinating one to watch develop. It's still entirely up in the air; 17.7% of the general electorate being undecided could lead to anything from a 3-point Republican victory to a 32-point Democratic landslide, and anything in between. And that's true even if nothing happens in the next year to shake up the race.

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O'Malley Announces 2020 Bid

the Baltimore Sun, December 28, 2018

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Former Maryland Governor and current DNC chairman Martin O'Malley announced today that he will run for President of the United States in 2020. "I know it's an early announcement, but I just led the Democrats to a massive victory in last month's midterms. Let's do the same in November of 2020!"

 

18 minutes ago, President Garrett Walker said:

GALLUP DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY POLL - November 1, 2019

Al Franken: 16.7%

Cory Booker: 15.9%

Elizabeth Warren: 10.9%

Bernie Sanders: 10.7%

Kirsten Gillibrand: 10.4%

Kamala Harris: 8.2%

Andrew Cuomo: 8%

Terry McAuliffe: 4.9%

Sherrod Brown: 3.1%

Tulsi Gabbard: 2.6%

Martin O'Malley: 2%

Undecided: 6.7%.

>Came in a strong third place in the 2016 Democratic primaries, almost tied Sanders and Biden in the popular vote (32% for Sanders, 30% for Biden, 27% for O'Malley, and 11% for Warren), singlehandedly caused the 2016 DNC to be contested

>Is DNC Chair

>Led Democrats to victory in 2018

>Is in last place in Democratic primary

 

I'll chalk my not bothering to edit his poll numbers to him not being Governor of Maryland at the moment (though Anthony Brown won in 2014 and 2018), and to him being Martin O'Malley, the epitome of bland establishment politician.

 

Also yes, Alaska, South Carolina, North Dakota, Montana, Arkansas, and Louisiana are lean Democratic.

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CNN's Coverage of the 2020 Iowa Caucuses

February 3, 2020

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"Good evening, I'm Jake Tapper. The 2020 Iowa Caucuses are now in the books, and there are some interesting things that have come out of them."

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"John Kasich has won the Republican caucuses with 40.8% of the vote, followed by Mike Pence at 21.9% and President LePage at 14.2%. This is stunning. A sitting President didn't even net 15% of the vote in the Iowa caucuses."

 

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"On the Democratic side, Kirsten Gillibrand narrowly edged out fellow New Yorker, Governor Andrew Cuomo, 16.2% to 15.4%. Sherrod Brown and Tulsi Gabbard tied for third, both with 11.6%. Frontrunner Al Franken came in second-to-last place, though Cory Booker came in dead last."

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GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - February 5, 2020

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Generic Democrat: 49%

Generic Republican: 29.2%

Generic Libertarian: 0.5%

Generic Green: 0.3%

Undecided: 20.9%

 

At this point, a 50-state Democratic landslide appears more likely than even the narrowest of Republican victories, though there are still 9 months to go.

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Kasich, Cuomo Victorious in New Hampshire

the New York Times, February 11, 2020

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Former Ohio Governor John Kasich won the New Hampshire primary tonight, taking a whopping 78.3% of the vote, compared to 7% won by President LePage. This astonishing loss by the President (in a state that neighbors his home state of Maine, no less) comes as he was recovering in the polls somewhat. Time will tell whether this defeat will halt that recovery.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo beat out Sherrod Brown and Elizabeth Warren in the Democratic New Hampshire primary, winning all 32 delegates with 17.5% to Brown's 14.2% and Warren's 13.7%. The Governor has slowly been moving up in recent polls, and this victory surely won't stop that.

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That assumes Cuomo survives 2018.

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15 minutes ago, NYrepublican said:

That assumes Cuomo survives 2018.

2018 was a Democratic wave year, thus he narrowly won a third term over Richard Hanna.

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Just now, President Garrett Walker said:

2018 was a Democratic wave year, thus he narrowly won a third term over Richard Hanna.

Sorry I haven't followed this for awhile.

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Just now, NYrepublican said:

Sorry I haven't followed this for awhile.

I didn't specify that before so no worries.

 

Other 2018 notables:

Sherrod Brown narrowly won reelection

Ted Cruz lost to Julian Castro (who was never HUD secretary and instead remained mayor of San Antonio)

Claire McCaskill retired, and Jason Kander won her seat by a razor-thin margin

As previously mentioned, Tulsi Gabbard won election to Mazie Hirono's seat after Hirono's cancer lead her to not seek reelection

Incumbent Gov. Anthony Brown won reelection in the 2018 Maryland gubernatorial election over Boyd Rutherford, while Ben Cardin sailed to an easy reelection to the Senate. (LOL @vcczar has Tom Perez as the governor of MD in 2020 LOLOLOLOLOL)

Richard Cordray beat Mary Taylor in the Ohio gubernatorial election (50.6%-48.9%)

Kid Rock lost in a landslide to Debbie Stabenow

Gavin Newsom easily won the California gubernatorial election

 

Oh and by the way Donna Edwards won Mikulski's seat in 2016, after defeating Chris Van Hollen in the primary.

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25 minutes ago, President Garrett Walker said:

I didn't specify that before so no worries.

 

Other 2018 notables:

Sherrod Brown narrowly won reelection

Ted Cruz lost to Julian Castro (who was never HUD secretary and instead remained mayor of San Antonio)

Claire McCaskill retired, and Jason Kander won her seat by a razor-thin margin

As previously mentioned, Tulsi Gabbard won election to Mazie Hirono's seat after Hirono's cancer lead her to not seek reelection

Incumbent Gov. Anthony Brown won reelection in the 2018 Maryland gubernatorial election over Boyd Rutherford, while Ben Cardin sailed to an easy reelection to the Senate. (LOL @vcczar has Tom Perez as the governor of MD in 2020 LOLOLOLOLOL)

Richard Cordray beat Mary Taylor in the Ohio gubernatorial election (50.6%-48.9%)

Kid Rock lost in a landslide to Debbie Stabenow

Gavin Newsom easily won the California gubernatorial election

 

Oh and by the way Donna Edwards won Mikulski's seat in 2016, after defeating Chris Van Hollen in the primary.

I made the surrogates before January 2017, and before he was even DNC chair. There were rumors for him running for governor at the time. 

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25 minutes ago, vcczar said:

I made the surrogates before January 2017, and before he was even DNC chair. There were rumors for him running for governor at the time. 

Ah OK.

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Brown Drops Out After Disappointing Super Tuesday

Cleveland.com, March 10, 2020

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Sen. Sherrod Brown has withdrawn from the 2020 Presidential race following a disappointing string of losses, most notably on Super Tuesday. Al Franken was the winner of a number of the most recent primaries, including California, Minnesota, Maine, Kansas, and Nebraska. Elizabeth Warren, Andrew Cuomo, Martin O'Malley, Bernie Sanders, Terry McAuliffe, and Tulsi Gabbard all won at least one primary each.

Brown has not endorsed any candidate, saying only that he will "support the nominee."

On the Republican side, President LePage won most of the primaries held in the last few weeks, though John Kasich, Ted Cruz, and Mike Pence also won at least one primary each.

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GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - March 17, 2020

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Generic Democrat: 51.1%

Generic Republican: 41.3%

Generic Libertarian: 0.6%

Generic Green: 0.3%

Undecided: 6.7%

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Harris, Booker, Pence, Kasich, Rubio Withdraw

the New York Times, April 4, 2020

Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Mike Pence, John Kasich, and Marco Rubio have all withdrawn from the race over the past few days. Astonishingly, this leaves Ted Cruz as President LePage's only challenger. The President was once in fourth place for the nomination, but unexpectedly gained momentum and won a number of primaries, including California, on Super Tuesday. Ted Cruz lags far behind President LePage.

Al Franken leads the Democrats, but it appears that the DNC has a good chance of being contested.

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Ted Cruz Drops Out, Leaving LePage Unopposed

the Washington Post, April 21, 2020

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Former Senator Ted Cruz has dropped out of the Republican primaries, leaving President LePage as the presumptive 2020 Republican nominee. The Democrats are still very split. This is the Democratic party's worst nightmare: the Republicans coalesce around President LePage and focus on the general election while the Democrats beat each other up and sow division, which leads to a hobbled nominee (or worse, a contested convention). LePage could win a term of his own at this point, which would have been implausible at best and ludicrous at worst had that prospect been raised 3 months ago.

 

GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - April 20, 2020

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Generic Democrat: 52.5%

Paul LePage: 44.8%

Generic Libertarian: 0.6%

Generic Green: 0.3%

Undecided: 1.9%

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AP NEWSFLASH: DNC 2020 TO BE CONTESTED

 

GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - July 14, 2020

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Generic Democrat: 51.8%

Paul LePage: 42.7%

Austin Petersen: 0.5%

Jill Stein: 0.3%

Undecided: 4.7%

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2020 RNC Ballots

(Majority = 1,237)

1st Ballot:

LePage: 1,780

Cruz: 340

Pence: 191

Kasich: 143

Rubio: 18

 

Republican Nominees

For President: Paul LePage, President of the United States

For Vice President: Sarah Palin, Vice President of the United States

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2020 DNC Ballots

(Majority = 2,383)

1st Ballot:

Franken: 1,854

Warren: 681

O'Malley: 424

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321

Harris: 277

Booker: 167

Gabbard: 164

McAuliffe: 112

 

2nd Ballot:

Franken: 1,854

Warren: 681

O'Malley: 424 536

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321

Harris: 277

Booker: 167

Gabbard: 164

McAuliffe: 112 removed, endorsed O'Malley

 

3rd Ballot:

Franken: 1,854

Warren: 681 845

O'Malley: 424 536

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321

Harris: 277

Booker: 167

Gabbard: 164 removed, endorsed Warren

 

4th Ballot:

Franken: 1,854 2,021

Warren: 681 845

O'Malley: 424 536

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321

Harris: 277

Booker: 167 removed, endorsed Franken

 

5th Ballot:

Franken: 1,854 2,021 2,298

Warren: 681 845

O'Malley: 424 536

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321

Harris: 277 removed, endorsed Franken

 

6th Ballot:

Franken: 1,854 2,021 2,298 2,619

Warren: 681 845

O'Malley: 424 536

Gillibrand: 397

Cuomo: 368

Sanders: 321 removed, endorsed Franken

 

Democratic Nominees

For President: Al Franken, United States Senator from Minnesota

For Vice President: Kyrsten Sinema, United States Senator from Arizona

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GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - October 1, 2020

Post-first-debate. Franken did better than LePage in the first debate, but the President did not do horribly.

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Al Franken: 52.9%

Paul LePage: 43.3%

Austin Petersen: 0.4%

Jill Stein: 0.4%

Undecided: 2.9%

 

The chance of Al Franken losing the electoral college while winning the popular vote is astoundingly high.

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GALLUP GENERAL ELECTION POLL - November 1, 2020

Sinema bombed the VP debate to Sarah Palin (somehow) while Franken destroyed LePage in the last two Presidential debates.

If the election were held today, the map would look like this:

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Popular vote:

Al Franken: 52.9%

Paul LePage: 43.3%

Austin Petersen: 0.5%

Jill Stein: 0.4%

Undecided: 2.9%

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November 3, 2020

Bruce was excited. It was his first time voting (in a Presidential election, he'd voted in 2018). He loved politics just as much now as he had in 2016, and he even had a degree in the science of it all.

As he stood in line, he checked FiveThirtyEight on his phone. The popular vote would go to Franken, without a doubt, but the Electoral College was close. It made Fischer uncomfortable.

It was finally his turn to cast his ballot, to participate in democracy. He got in the booth and, without hesitation, filled out the bubble next to "Albert Franken and Kyrsten Sinema."

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