Senate race is neck and neck; they will decide if anyone gets appointed

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    I think Dems will have to work for 50 seats
    The keys will be NH and NV

    Two weeks ago, Dems could have concentrated on the Senate. Now they have to make sure Clinton wins
     
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    NH and NV are the easier of the two, but NC and MO are possible as well.
     
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    from the link above

    Republican-held seat in Illinois. Verdict: Likely to flip - my opinion blue
    Republican-held seat in Wisconsin. Verdict: Leans Democrat - my opinion blue
    Republican seat in Pennsylvania. Verdict: Leans Democrat - my opinion blue
    Republican-held seat in Indiana. Verdict: Toss-up - my opinion toss up
    Republican-held seat in Missouri. Verdict: Toss-up - my opinion toss up
    Republican-held seat in North Carolina. Verdict: Toss-up - my opinion toss up
    Democratic-held seat in Nevada. Verdict: Toss-up - my opinion blue
    Republican seat in New Hampshire. Verdict: Toss-up - my opinion toss up

    Republican seat in Florida. Verdict: Leans Republican my opinion red
     
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    Which missing e-mails? The ones from the CGI or the ones from HRC @ the USSoSO? The ones from JJP or the ones to Donna Brazille? The E-mails from the DNC or the ones from HRC’s gmail account?

    You boys went to the well about 50 times too often. In no way is it the same thing but do you know how the attorneys for the LAPD got the officers off in the Rodney King case? They showed the video to the jury about 70 times during the trial. By the time it came to render a verdict; they were numb to what was on the video.

    Again, this isn’t the same thing since it is the Trump folks who keep brining stuff up.

    And specifically, what is the big “uh oh” that was supposedly uncovered?
     
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    NV yes.
    NH no.

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    Trump can get by without NH, Clinton can't (I think).

    Clinton can get by without NV, Trump can't (I think).

    If Clinton takes FL or NC (Hispanics were voting en masse today in both states) or OH, the election is over for Trump by 8PM EDT.
     
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    Trump takes them all. Clintons lead in the national polls is too slim considering 1.5% of that support are unnecessary votes she gets from a big win in california. Add in Big spreads in other large blue states and she loses the swing states.

    Just start practicing "President Trump"
     
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    Both NC and FL are tied last night, according to internal polling from both parties, and are toss ups. She will win PA, NH, VA, WI, MI, MN easily, and that blocks one path to 270 for the red and keeps open the one for the blue. The election if OH and FL and NC go red, will go through CO.
     

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