Being a small time Conservative Republican activist in Upstate New York who follows elections & legislation constantly, I have decided to dedicated this article to recent election news across America that helps Republicans & Conservatives alike.
Coleman-Franken election turns dead cold :
That pesky Coleman-Franken election/recount is still ongoing, sadly the court appears to be ignorant towards the facts that votes for Franken mysteriously appeared, that absentees are not being counted fairly in Republican leaning counties, and a new deadly twist has entered the never ending marathon. A voting group has discovered an remarkable truth, 2,500 votes were cast by people who were dead before November 4th 2008, in other words - dead people cast 2,500 ballots in Minnesota, a huge case of voter fraud.
If just 55% of those votes went to Franken, the election could swing back to the rightful winner, Senator Coleman, this needs to be investigated - as this stinks of voter fraud yet again, and must be investigated at any level that will do so.
Special election 2.0 in Upstate New York :
Republican John McHugh of the 23rd Congressional district in Upstate New York has been nominated to be the United States Secretary of the Army, for his strong Military support & for political reasons, this will leave another special election for the voters of Upstate New York to resolve, in a district which McHugh won by 60,000 votes just seven months ago.
The election which will be announced after McHugh resigns, and Governor Paterson calls for a special election, will probably result in a Republican winning rather easily, I personally support Assemblyman Barclay to run for this seat(this district is not known for Conservative candidates, however he is the most out of all possible candidates), never-the-less no election should be expected to fall one way or another in New York state.
GOP leading 2009 Governor elections :
Republicans Chris Christie in New Jersey, and Bob McDonnell in Virginia are both leading Democrat opponents by strong margins with five months to election day. Christie could become the first Republican to win a statewide election in New Jersey since 1997, and is leading liberal hack Corzine by 13 points, Christie defines himself as a Conservative & as a United States Attorney was known for cracking down on corruption.
Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell who is popular in the state, is leading all three possible Democrat candidates by wind margins, and is expected to win no matter who his opponent is.
Good news from Governorship elections 2009.
Senate elections 2010 :
Illinois - If the 2010 Senate election in Illinois was held today, the disgraceful Senator Burris from Illinois would lose to Republican moderate Congressman Kirk by a landslide, fellow Democrats have a good chance at victory, however dis-satisfaction with Democrats in Illinois could lead to a complete landslide victory for all Republicans running, I would rather support a Mike Ditka Senator run over Congressman Kirk.
Nevada - If Republicans can find a strong candidates, the Senate seat held by Harry Reid is well within reach of victory, as Reid is one of the most unpopular Senators in the United States, along with Senator's Dodd & Burris. A strong Conservative state senator has decided to run, however most are pushing for a more well known candidate to seek the Senate seat instead.
GOP primary 2012 looks interesting :
According to a CNN poll which found that President Bush & Vice-President Cheney have improving approval numbers - via - National security debates, it also found a dead heat in the 2012 GOP primary season.
22% - Governor Huckabee.
21% - Governor Palin.
21% - Governor Romney.
13% - former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
6% - Governor Jeb Bush.
17% - other candidates/someone else.
My thoughts on this poll : Republicans are united in opposition to another Bush in the White House, we want a true Conservative in 2012.
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