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Which Democratic Senate/Gubernatorial candidates would you support?


Which Democratic Senate/Gubernatorial candidates would you support?  

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  1. 1. Which Democratic Senate candidates would you support?

    • AL - Sen. Doug Jones
    • AK - Al Gross (independent)
    • AZ - Mark Kelly
    • CO - Fmr. Gov. John Hickenlooper
    • DE - Sen. Chris Coons
    • GA (1) - Jon Ossoff
    • GA (2) - Raphael Warnock
    • GA (2) - Matt Lieberman
    • GA (2) - Ed Tarver
    • ID - Paulette Jordan
    • IL - Sen. Dick Durbin
    • IA - Theresa Greenfield
    • KS - Barbara Bollier
    • KY - Amy McGrath
    • LA - Adrian Perkins
    • ME - Sara Gideon
    • MA - Ed Markey
    • MI - Sen. Gary Peters
    • MN - Sen. Tina Smith
    • MS - Fmr. Sec. Mike Espy
    • MT - Fmr. Gov. Steve Bullock
    • NE - Chris Janicek
    • NH - Sen. Jeanne Shaheen
    • NJ - Sen. Cory Booker
    • NM - Rep. Ben Ray Luján
    • NC - Cal Cunningham
    • OK - Abby Broyles
    • OR - Sen. Jeff Merkley
    • RI - Sen. Jack Reed
    • SC - Jaime Harrison
    • SD - Dan Ahlers
    • TN - Marquita Bradshaw
    • TX - MJ Hegar
    • VA - Sen. Mark Warner
    • WV - Paula Jean Swearengin
    • WY - Merav Ben-David
    • None of them
  2. 2. Which Democratic Gubernatorial candidates would you support?

    • DE - Gov. John Carney
    • IN - Woody Myers
    • MO - Nicole Galloway
    • MT - Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney
    • NH - Dan Feltes
    • NC - Gov. Roy Cooper
    • ND - Shelley Lenz
    • UT - Chris Peterson
    • VT - Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman
    • WA - Gov. Jay Inslee
    • WV - Ben Salango
    • None of them


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@WVProgressive

In Georgia's special election you are probably supposed to choose only one of the three regularly mentioned candidates for the 1st round. :D 

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3 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

@WVProgressive

In Georgia's special election you are probably supposed to choose only one of the three regularly mentioned candidates for the 1st round. :D 

Oops, my bad. Taking a cursory glance at their websites, I'd say Warnock is my favorite of the three, though I probably prefer any of them over any of the Republicans.

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9 minutes ago, SilentLiberty said:

@Conservative Elector 2 while not the party nominee officially, the Nebraska Democratic Party is supporting and encouraging voters to write in Preston Love Jr for senate. The party does not endorse or support Chris Janicek 

Interesting, thanks. If I had known that, I had put Love Jr. into the poll as an option as well.

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Considering the alternative is a Trump-era Republican, I’ve voted for every Democrat. The only Republicans I’d ever consider would be Charlie Baker, Larry Hogan, and Jon Huntsman. That’s only if the Democrat was a Trump version of a Democrat or an old school Southern Dem that never left their party and never changed their ideals. If it were a Trump version Democrat vs a social conservative, I’ll vote 3rd party. There’s never an instance I’ll vote for anyone that is right of center socially.

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For senate :

 

AL - Sen. Doug Jones : Because he showed that in the US "country over party" still had a meaning. But his GOP opponent is way better this year and I think he will lose.

AK - Al Gross (independent) : He would be the best pick for the autonomy of Alaska's voice.

MT - Fmr. Gov. Steve Bullock : He would be a very good senator and quite independent

 

For Governor :

IN - Woody Myers : Just because of Pence 

NC - Gov. Roy Cooper : Cause he defeated a very bad GOP governor in 2016 (McCrory) and gave a lesson to the local GOP party which had in my opinion overstepped  their bounds.

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1 hour ago, vcczar said:

old school Southern Dem that never left their party and never changed their ideals.

Is someone like this around actually?

1 hour ago, vcczar said:

The only Republicans I’d ever consider would be Charlie Baker, Larry Hogan, and Jon Huntsman.

What about Phil Scott in Vermont?

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10 minutes ago, Conservative Elector 2 said:

Is someone like this around actually?

What about Phil Scott in Vermont?

Maybe at a local level. God, I hope not. 

Yeah, Phil Scott would be in there. Almost any Republican than can be popular statewide in an extremely Blue state would probably pass my test. 

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1 hour ago, Edouard said:

IN - Woody Myers : Just because of Pence 

What do you mean by this?

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5 hours ago, vcczar said:

Maybe at a local level. God, I hope not. 

Yeah, Phil Scott would be in there. Almost any Republican than can be popular statewide in an extremely Blue state would probably pass my test. 

Schwarzenegger?

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19 minutes ago, ThePotatoWalrus said:

Schwarzenegger?

Schwarzenegger in the Trump era definitely.

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16 hours ago, Reagan04 said:

What do you mean by this?

I would like a Dem surprise in Indiana like the senatorial victory of Donnelly against Murdock in 2012.

And cause Pence is the former GOP governor of Indiana who did many things I oppose (to me he has been quite hardcore on society), I would love that his state flips from red to blue even if he's no longer governor.

And I don't say it cause I would be fully partisan, I like the job of the GOP governors of Ohio, Maryland, Vermont, even NH.

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