Kentucky Election

May 1, 2019
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823 thousand Republican's voted for the KY Attorney General but forgot to check the box for the KY Republican Governor. The Numbers are not adding up....

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Anthony R Hopkins
May 1, 2019
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Math is hard for some people.

So is the idea that people might vote for one Republican, but not another.

So you must be one of the dense ones. No do Stacey Abrams :eek:

Republican AG wins with +120k votes over Republican Governer of votes cast.
Democrat AG loses with -100K votes over Democrat Governor of votes cast.

There's a striking imbalance of over 100K votes.

Amazing how these anomalies seem to always favor one particular party.
 

xUT

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The data you provided is insufficient to make an analysis.
Votes are not just RupubliRats and DemoRats.
Maybe some of the Independents or Libertarians said screw it?
Neither are vote worthy.
 
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Anthony R Hopkins
May 1, 2019
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The data you provided is insufficient to make an analysis.
Votes are not just RupubliRats and DemoRats.
Maybe some of the Independents or Libertarians said screw it?
Neither are vote worthy.

Analytical thinking must be a monumental struggle for you then.
 
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Anthony R Hopkins
May 1, 2019
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Anthony R Hopkins
May 1, 2019
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The real reason why Virginia was a sweep for criminal Democrats?

As reported in WAPO in Jan of this year.

Federal judges choose Va. redistricting map favorable to Democrats;
six GOP House districts would get bluer

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...1b2618-1ebc-11e9-9145-3f74070bbdb9_story.html

RICHMOND — Federal judges have selected a Virginia House of Delegates redistricting map that appears to heavily favor Democrats, redrawing the lines of 26 districts and moving several powerful Republicans into unfavorable configurations.

Six Republicans would wind up in districts where a majority of voters chose Democratic President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, according to an analysis of the maps by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project. No current Democrats would see their voter majority change to Republican, based on those election results.

If the court’s map selection stands, it would create a favorable environment for Democrats seeking to take control of the House of Delegates in elections this fall, according to the analysis. All 100 seats in the House are on the ballot, and Republicans hold a 51-to-48 majority.
 

xUT

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The real reason why Virginia was a sweep for criminal Democrats?

As reported in WAPO in Jan of this year.

Federal judges choose Va. redistricting map favorable to Democrats;
six GOP House districts would get bluer

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...1b2618-1ebc-11e9-9145-3f74070bbdb9_story.html

RICHMOND — Federal judges have selected a Virginia House of Delegates redistricting map that appears to heavily favor Democrats, redrawing the lines of 26 districts and moving several powerful Republicans into unfavorable configurations.

Six Republicans would wind up in districts where a majority of voters chose Democratic President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, according to an analysis of the maps by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project. No current Democrats would see their voter majority change to Republican, based on those election results.

If the court’s map selection stands, it would create a favorable environment for Democrats seeking to take control of the House of Delegates in elections this fall, according to the analysis. All 100 seats in the House are on the ballot, and Republicans hold a 51-to-48 majority.
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KCFlyer

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The real reason why Virginia was a sweep for criminal Democrats?

As reported in WAPO in Jan of this year.

Federal judges choose Va. redistricting map favorable to Democrats;
six GOP House districts would get bluer

https://www.washingtonpost.com/loca...1b2618-1ebc-11e9-9145-3f74070bbdb9_story.html

RICHMOND — Federal judges have selected a Virginia House of Delegates redistricting map that appears to heavily favor Democrats, redrawing the lines of 26 districts and moving several powerful Republicans into unfavorable configurations.

Six Republicans would wind up in districts where a majority of voters chose Democratic President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, according to an analysis of the maps by the nonpartisan Virginia Public Access Project. No current Democrats would see their voter majority change to Republican, based on those election results.

If the court’s map selection stands, it would create a favorable environment for Democrats seeking to take control of the House of Delegates in elections this fall, according to the analysis. All 100 seats in the House are on the ballot, and Republicans hold a 51-to-48 majority.

Geez Pete....here in Kansas the Republicans tried to redistrict the third congressional district (the bluest they have in a red state) and "extend" it from Northeast Kansas pretty much all the way across the state to make it a bit redder. Even Republicans had to stop and say "really"?