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Pennsylvania Democratic Primary Results

2,154,862 votes

Elizabeth Warren - 808,935 votes (37.54%) 70 delegates

Beto O'Rourke - 777,690 votes (36.09%)  67 delegates

Mike Gravel - 568,237 votes (26.37%) 49 delegates

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November 3rd, 2020 Popular Vote: 54% Turnout - 139,562,069 votes Donald Trump - 65,636,041 votes (47.03%) Elizabeth Warren - 63,584,479 votes (45.56%) Stephanie Kelton - 8,206

It’s clear Beto would have won 👀😆  

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4 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

Pennsylvania Democratic Primary Results

2,154,862 votes

Elizabeth Warren - 808,935 votes (37.54%) 70 delegates

Beto O'Rourke - 777,690 votes (36.09%)  67 delegates

Mike Gravel - 568,237 votes (26.37%) 49 delegates

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Gravel winning my home county. W. 

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New York Democratic Primary Results

2,743,042 votes

Elizabeth Warren - 1,029,987 votes (42.16%) 115 delegates 

Beto O'Rouke - 819,641 votes (33.55%) 92 delegates 

Mike Gravel - 593,415 votes (24.29%) 67 delegates

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State of the Democratic Race Post-ACELA Primary

42,034,445 votes - 3,420 delegates allocated (87.6% of pledged delegates) - 1,953 to win

Beto O'Rourke - 11,879,841 votes (28.26%) 1,108 delegates

Elizabeth Warren - 12,487,612 votes (29.71%%) 1,105 delegates

Terry McAuliffe (suspended) - 5,808,930 votes (13.82%) 560 delegates

Mike Gravel - 6,691,254 votes (15.92%) 439 delegates

Bernie Sanders (suspended) - 4,471,138 votes (10.64%) 214 delegates

Andrew Yang (suspended) - 81,487 votes (0.19%) 10 delegates

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23 minutes ago, Reagan04 said:

State of the Democratic Race Post-ACELA Primary

42,034,445 votes - 3,420 delegates allocated (87.6% of pledged delegates) - 1,953 to win

Beto O'Rourke - 11,879,841 votes (28.26%) 1,108 delegates

Elizabeth Warren - 12,487,612 votes (29.71%%) 1,105 delegates

Terry McAuliffe (suspended) - 5,808,930 votes (13.82%) 560 delegates

Mike Gravel - 6,691,254 votes (15.92%) 439 delegates

Bernie Sanders (suspended) - 4,471,138 votes (10.64%) 214 delegates

Andrew Yang (suspended) - 81,487 votes (0.19%) 10 delegates

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We could say Elizabeth Warren will be the nominee with certanity,because when we add Bernie's,Yang's and McAuliffe's delegeates to her own count we get 1,889 which puts her 74 delegates away from a sure win at this very moment.

#PresidentWarren2020

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1 minute ago, Rodja said:

We could say Elizabeth Warren will be the nominee with certanity,because when we add Bernie's,Yang's and McAuliffe's delegeates to her own count we get 1,889 which puts her 74 delegates away from a sure win at this very moment.

#PresidentWarren2020

You forget that that is not how delegate rules work, no state binds by endorsement. Once we get to the second ballot, anything could happen.

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5 hours ago, BetOnBeto said:

Should we wait for your new schedule until campaigning? @Reagan04

Yeah just treat today as a post-result off day, I'll update the schedule tonight.

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7 hours ago, Zenobiyl said:

That’s the idea. Low stakes way to learn how RP works on the forums

 

I know that there is some talks about the next RP idea after this one comes to a close. I’m not sure if they are playing to the general election or not in this one due to the Trump player being very inactive.

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4/25 - 5/1/20 Campaign Day

4/26 - 5/5/20 Small State 2sday Results (GU, KS, IN) after midnight + Campaign in day

4/27 - 5/8/20 Campaign Day

4/28 - 5/12/20 Small State 3sday Results (WV, NE) + Campaign in Day

4/29 - 5/15/20 Campaign Day

4/30 - 5/19/20 Small State 4sday Results (KY, OR) + Campaign in Day

5/1 - 5/22/20 Campaign Day

5/2 - 5/29/20 Campaign Day 

5/3 - 6/2/20 Super 5sday Results (NJ, DC, SD, MT, NM, USVI)

@Cenzonico @BetOnBeto @Hestia11 @SilentLiberty

I shaved a few days on the schedule, it has us back to regularly scheduled programming tomorrow, and then a robust schedule thereafter.

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Beto O’Rourke holds a rally in Wichita, KS, on the topic of ideology.

”Hello Kansas, now I’m here to talk about ideology. You see, winning in the general election is crucial, and to do that, you have to win over undecided voters, win over independents, Republicans, your platform has to appeal to a lot of people. And that’s why I worry about Elizabeth Warren’s campaign. She only has her solutions, worn accept anything else. My policies appeal to the majority of the Democratic Party and to independents, whereas Warren’s policies don’t do that, they are perhaps too progressively oriented to win many voters over. Look, I’m a big fan of Senator Warren, but this is the most important election of our lives, and we need to do all we can to beat Donald Trump. That’s why I believe I’m our best bet, because if you choose me, I won’t fail, and before you know it there will be a Democratic President.

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5/1/20 Polls

Indiana

Warren 36%

O'Rourke 33%

Gravel 22%

Kansas

O'Rourke 42%

Warren 31%

Gravel 18%

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Beto O’Rourke speaks to voters in Indianapolis, IN about climate change.

”If you knew that a meteor, absolute destruction, was heading towards the planet, you would stop it, surely. Well that’s what climate change is, it’s threatening our existence. If we don’t stop it, the natural disasters will wreak havoc, they will tear down our communities. Our food will become at risk when millions of animal and bacteria species start dying off. We are in trouble, it’s coming right at us, but don’t be worried, I’ve got a plan. Now my plan isn’t optimistic, it’s feasible and achievable and ultimately, together, we can fight off this threat to humanity”

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Beto O’Rourke holds a rally alongside Mayor Pete and Joe Donelly in Evansville, IN, and as Beto raises the mic to his mouth like a rapper, one could see both the fire and sadness in his eyes at the same time as he talked about gun control. 
“You know, before the El Paso shootings, I knew how important gun control was and believer very much in it, yet the shooting still changed my perception of it. To see people shot in my hometown, to understand the loss that the family members, some of whom I knew, had to endure, is unimaginable. You never think that in one of the most advanced countries in the world, where we are so far down the road, senseless violence is still happening on our streets. People, children massacred, and for what? Because of Fake News about immigrants, racial tension. I am not going to stand by and let this happen, and that’s why we’re banning the weapons of soldiers to be able to fall into the hands of our citizens. Will you join me in helping America move forward, not back?

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Warren responds to Beto's attack on her ideology at a campaign stop in Kansas City, KS. 

"It's true. I have an ideology. I believe that constant progress is the only way to make this nation better. Say what you want about me, but I've been remarkably consistent in my career. I want to hold big banks accountable, make the planet green, and provide health care that's affordable to all Americans. Is that so radical? Is that too much to ask? In the wealthiest nation on Earth, I say no. You have to look at it like this. I would prefer someone, even like Gov. McAuliffe, who has an ideology that might not agree with mine, but he is firm on his beliefs. Beto has no ideology. He isn't firm on what he says. Just 2 years ago he took half a million bucks from oil and gas, and now he says he's going to be our savior on climate. He says he will unify this party, but 2 years ago he failed to back Gina Ortiz Jones when she needed him most. He says that he will save our health care, but he also advocated for raising the Social Security retirement age. I like Beto, but his beliefs aren't firm. They are malleable. And as President, you need to be willing to stand up for what you believe in. I am truly concerned that he might fold his cards in to Mitch McConnell at first push. That's what I've learned from my time in the Senate with Chuck Schumer, and working with Speaker Pelosi. You have to be willing to block the fire hydrant for a while to get concessions. We cannot let a Republican Congress bully a Democratic President into doing what they want. I won't do that, and I will protect our health care and our climate from Day 1. I say this backed by years of experience and leadership on these issues." 

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