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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Electoral Map Is a Reality Check to Trump’s Bid
Lex Luthor 05:16 PM 04-02-2016
Trump trails Hillary in virtually every state. If he is the Republican nominee, it will be an electoral college defeat of historic proportions.

Originally Posted by :
Donald J. Trump’s presidential candidacy has stunned the Republican Party. But if he survives a late revolt by his rivals and other leaders to become the party’s standard-bearer in the general election, the electoral map now coming into view is positively forbidding.

In recent head-to-head polls with one Democrat whom Mr. Trump may face in the fall, Hillary Clinton, he trails in every key state, including Florida and Ohio, despite her soaring unpopularity ratings with swing voters.

In Democratic-leaning states across the Rust Belt, which Mr. Trump has vowed to return to the Republican column for the first time in nearly 30 years, his deficit is even worse: Mrs. Clinton leads him by double digits in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Mr. Trump is so negatively viewed, polls suggest, that he could turn otherwise safe Republican states, usually political afterthoughts because of their strong conservative tilt, into tight contests. In Utah, his deep unpopularity with Mormon voters suggests that a state that has gone Republican every election for a half-century could wind up in play. Republicans there pointed to a much-discussed Deseret News poll last month, showing Mrs. Clinton with a narrow lead over Mr. Trump, to argue that the state would be difficult for him.

Horse-race polls this early are poor predictors of election results, and candidates have turned around public opinion before. And the country’s politics have become so sharply polarized that no major-party contender is likely to come near the 49-state defeats suffered by Democrats in 1972 and 1984.

But without an extraordinary reversal — or the total collapse of whoever becomes his general-election opponent — Mr. Trump could be hard-pressed to win more than 200 electoral votes.

Mr. Trump has become unacceptable, perhaps irreversibly so, to broad swaths of Americans, including large majorities of women, nonwhites, Hispanics, voters under 30 and those with college degrees — the voters who powered President Obama’s two victories and represent the country’s demographic future. All view him unfavorably by a 2-to-1 margin, according to a recent New York Times/CBS News poll.

In some states, Mr. Trump has surprised establishment-aligned Republicans with his breadth of support beyond the less-educated men who form his base. Even so, his support in the nominating process, in which some 30 million people may ultimately vote, would be swamped in a general election, when turnout is likely to be four times that.

“We’re talking about somebody who has the passionate devotion of a minority and alternately scares, appalls, angers — or all of the above — a majority of the country,” said Henry Olsen, a conservative analyst. “This isn’t anything but a historic election defeat just waiting to happen.”

(It's a fairly long article, so I put the rest in spoiler tags.)

Spoiler!
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politi...cid=spartanntp
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Merde Furieux 08:27 AM 09-27-2019
I'm in. Nothing else to talk about.
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Pogue 08:38 AM 09-27-2019
What happened to Elezear? Haven’t seen that never trumper in a while.
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theoldcoach 09:12 AM 09-27-2019
I'm in for seeing "The Best of Lex" thread.
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Sweet Daddy Hate 03:23 PM 09-27-2019
Originally Posted by theoldcoach:
I'm in for seeing "The Best of Lex" thread.
Yep, it must be done. I wonder if Luser will scamper away in 2020 like his little bitch ass did in 2016?

Perhaps he and Northtard can sit under the Eric Berry Memorial Underpass and share a gallon of antifreeze together...
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Merde Furieux 08:56 AM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by Lex Luthor:
Trump trails Hillary in virtually every state. If he is the Republican nominee, it will be an electoral college defeat of historic proportions.
Judicial Watch finds 2.5 million ineligible registered voters; threatens to sue 19 counties, all Democrat

Judicial Watch (JW), the DC-based citizens’ watchdog group, is the national leader in enforcing the National Voters Registration Act, which requires states and counties to take reasonable steps to clean their voting rolls by removing ineligible registrations (voters who had died or moved). Below are some examples of JW’s success:

In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a massive voter roll clean up that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement of a federal lawsuit with Ohio. In 2019, California also settled a similar lawsuit with Judicial Watch, and began removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voting rolls. In 2019, Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 250,00 names after it entered into a consent decree to end another Judicial Watch lawsuit. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) this year:

There are 378 counties nationwide with registration rates of more than 100%. Altogether, those counties have 2.5 million more voter registrations than citizens living there and old enough to vote. San Diego County has one of the highest registration rates in the U.S., with a registration rate of 117%, even after the county had removed 500,000 inactive names from voter rolls following Judicial Watch’s settlement with Los Angeles County. Judicial Watch found major voting list issues in California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/...-all-democrat/
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NinerDoug 03:05 PM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by Merde Furieux:
Judicial Watch finds 2.5 million ineligible registered voters; threatens to sue 19 counties, all Democrat

Judicial Watch (JW), the DC-based citizens’ watchdog group, is the national leader in enforcing the National Voters Registration Act, which requires states and counties to take reasonable steps to clean their voting rolls by removing ineligible registrations (voters who had died or moved). Below are some examples of JW’s success:

In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a massive voter roll clean up that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement of a federal lawsuit with Ohio. In 2019, California also settled a similar lawsuit with Judicial Watch, and began removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voting rolls. In 2019, Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 250,00 names after it entered into a consent decree to end another Judicial Watch lawsuit. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) this year:

There are 378 counties nationwide with registration rates of more than 100%. Altogether, those counties have 2.5 million more voter registrations than citizens living there and old enough to vote. San Diego County has one of the highest registration rates in the U.S., with a registration rate of 117%, even after the county had removed 500,000 inactive names from voter rolls following Judicial Watch’s settlement with Los Angeles County. Judicial Watch found major voting list issues in California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/...-all-democrat/
Judicial Watch. That's the organization that claimed ISIS has training camps in Mexico along the Southern Border.
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scho63 03:11 PM 01-13-2020
These Lex threads are the best!!! :-)
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lawrenceRaider 03:46 PM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by NinerDoug:
Judicial Watch. That's the organization that claimed ISIS has training camps in Mexico along the Southern Border.
Just because they are crazy, doesn't invalidate their point on the voter rolls.

Not that a person who is registered to vote in two places will necessarily actually vote in both spots. In fact, most likely won't.
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NinerDoug 03:51 PM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider:
Just because they are crazy, doesn't invalidate their point on the voter rolls.

Not that a person who is registered to vote in two places will necessarily actually vote in both spots. In fact, most likely won't.

There you go. There's also nothing insidious about it. If I moved, I would have to register to vote in my new place of residence. But my old registration would probably hang on there for a few election cycles.

So maybe it's sloppy, and not up to date with modern technology, but that doesn't make it fraud.
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tatorhog 04:11 PM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Oooh....I may be interested in this if consumer demand is there
I'd read it
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Hoopsdoc 07:54 PM 01-13-2020
:-)

Poor Lex. Making an ass of himself for going on 4 years now.
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Merde Furieux 09:43 AM 01-14-2020
:-)
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Merde Furieux 12:59 PM 01-15-2020
Originally Posted by Lex Luthor:
Trump trails Hillary in virtually every state. If he is the Republican nominee, it will be an electoral college defeat of historic proportions.[/URL]
Every state? You mean the Clinton Archipelago?


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GloryDayz 03:08 PM 01-15-2020
Originally Posted by Merde Furieux:
Judicial Watch finds 2.5 million ineligible registered voters; threatens to sue 19 counties, all Democrat

Judicial Watch (JW), the DC-based citizens’ watchdog group, is the national leader in enforcing the National Voters Registration Act, which requires states and counties to take reasonable steps to clean their voting rolls by removing ineligible registrations (voters who had died or moved). Below are some examples of JW’s success:

In 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a massive voter roll clean up that resulted from a Judicial Watch settlement of a federal lawsuit with Ohio. In 2019, California also settled a similar lawsuit with Judicial Watch, and began removing up to 1.5 million “inactive” names from Los Angeles County voting rolls. In 2019, Kentucky also began a cleanup of up to 250,00 names after it entered into a consent decree to end another Judicial Watch lawsuit. According to Judicial Watch’s analysis of data released by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) this year:

There are 378 counties nationwide with registration rates of more than 100%. Altogether, those counties have 2.5 million more voter registrations than citizens living there and old enough to vote. San Diego County has one of the highest registration rates in the U.S., with a registration rate of 117%, even after the county had removed 500,000 inactive names from voter rolls following Judicial Watch’s settlement with Los Angeles County. Judicial Watch found major voting list issues in California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Colorado.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/...-all-democrat/
You know that's how liberals intend to take back the White House. Or at least claim they won the popular vote.
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rabblerouser 03:33 PM 01-15-2020
Originally Posted by Merde Furieux:
Every state? You mean the Clinton Archipelago?

Hmmmm...
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