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Charlie Crist (D-FL) 2020 Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee or 2022 Democratic US Senate Nominee.

Charlie Crist former Republican Governor turned Democratic US Congressman from Florida as a 2020 Democratic Vice Presidential Nominee to Kamala Harris (D-CA) or Cory Booker (D-NJ). Democrats pick up FL and PA-a state Crist was born in.
Crist could also run for the US Senate in 2022 against Marco Rubio.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sat Sep 23, 2017, 10:58 AM (12 replies)

2020 Democratic Presidential Ticket. Biden-Harris or Sanders-Harris?

Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders become the Democratic nominee for President in 2020. Kamala Harris becomes the Democratic nominee for Vice President in 2020. The 2020 Democratic Ticket wins. President Biden or President Sanders resign from office after the 2022 midterm election to give Vice President Kamala Harris the incumbency advantage in 2024.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sat Sep 23, 2017, 09:54 AM (38 replies)

2018/2020 US Senate Election-Democrats guide to a majority.

2018
Republicans are favored to win
45)WY-Barrasso-R
46)UT-Hatch/Romney-R
47)TN-Corker/Haslam-R
48)NE-Fischer-R
49)MS-Wicker-R
50)TX-Cruz-R
51)AZ-Flake/Ward-R If Sinema/Stanton-D don't run.
52)IN-Messer-R/Rokita-R
53)MO-if Hawley-R runs.
Democrats are favored to win
24)HI-Hirono-D
25)VT-Sanders-I/D
26)NY-Gillibrand-D
27)CA-Feinstein-D
28)MD-Cardin-D
29)MA-Warren-D
30)RI-Whitehouse-D
31)WA-Cantwell-D
32)DE-Carper-D
33)CT-Murphy-D
34)NM-Heinrich-D
35)MN-Klobuchar-D
36)NJ-Andrews/Rothman/Holt-D
37)MI-Stabenow-D
38)ME-King-I/D
39)VA-Kaine-D
40)PA-Casey-D
41)WI-Baldwin-D
42)MT-Tester-D
43)OH-Brown-D
44)FL-Nelson-D
45)ND-Heitkamp-D
46)WV-Manchin-D
47)NV-Rosen-D
2020
Democrats are favored to win
37)MA-Markey-D
38)RI-Reed-D
39)IL-Durbin-D
40)DE-Coons-D
41)NJ-Booker-D
42)NM-Udall-D
43)OR-Merkley-D
44)MN-Franken-D
45)MI-Peters-D
46)NH-Shaheen-D
47)VA-Warner-D
48)CO-Hickenlooper/Perlmutter-D
49)NC-Stein/Wood-D
50)AZ special-Sinema/Stanton-D
51)MT-Bullock-D
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Thu Sep 21, 2017, 10:43 PM (0 replies)

2018 US House Election-Democrats guide to a majority.

1)FL-27
2)WA-8
3)CA-49
4)MN-2
5)CO-6
6)VA-10
7)CA-25
8)MI-11
9)NE-2
10)TX-23
11)CA-48
12)FL-26
13)NY-19
14)AZ-2
15)CA-10
16)NY-22
17)GA-6
18)IA-1
19)KS-3
20)MN-3
21)PA-6
22)PA-8
23)PA-15
24)CA-21
25)NY-24
26)CA-39
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Thu Sep 21, 2017, 08:58 PM (0 replies)

The media should ask Republican US Senators that support a Replacement to the ACA if they support

Independent US Senator Bernie Sanders Medicare for All Replacement Plan to the ACA.
We should ask the Republican US Senators why they think the Sanders proposal is not an acceptable replacement to the ACA but Graham/Cassidy proposal is.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Wed Sep 20, 2017, 10:37 PM (1 replies)

If the current President of NK is Rocket Man then the current President of the US is Tiny Dancer.

Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Wed Sep 20, 2017, 09:46 PM (6 replies)

2017 Virginia Governors and 2018/2020 Virginia US Senate Election.

Assuming that Gillespie-R loses in the 2017 Virginia Governors Race-is his career in running for elected office over or any chance he runs for the US Senate in 2018 against Kaine-D or 2020 against Warner-D?
By 2020-will the Virginia Democratic US Senators be safe in their re-election bid like the Maryland Democratic US Senators?
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Wed Sep 20, 2017, 09:08 PM (0 replies)

North Dakota is a purple blue state when it comes to the US Senate.

Democrats elected to the US Senate from ND.
Heitkamp-D 2012 and most likely in 2018
Conrad-D 1986,1992,1994,2000,and 2006
Dorgan-D 1992,1998,and 2004
Burdick-D 1960,1964,1970,1976,1982,and 1988
Burdick,Conrad,and Dorgan have won re-election by double digit/landslide margins.
With Trump in the White House, Heitkamp-D is favored to win re-election in 2018. Whether it is by a double digit margin is a big question mark.
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Tue Sep 19, 2017, 09:44 PM (1 replies)

2020 US Senate Election-Democrats guide to regaining control of the US Senate.

Scenario 1
2018-Democrats hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat from a Trump or weak Clinton state and pick up AZ and NV. 50D 50R
2020-Democrats hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat from a Trump or weak Clinton state and pick up CO. 51D 49R
Scenario 2
2018-Democrats pick up AZ and NV but lose IN 49D 51R
2020-Democrats hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat from a Trump or weak Clinton state and pick up CO and NC. 51D 49R
Scenario 3
2018-Democrats pick up AZ and NV but lose IN and MO 48D 52R
2020-Democrats hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat from a Trump or weak Clinton state and pick up CO,NC,and AZ-special. 51D 49R
Scenario 4
2018-Democrats pick up NV but lose IN and MO 47D 53R
2020-Democrats hold onto every Democratic held US Senate seat from a Trump or weak Clinton state and pick up CO,NC,AZ-Special, and ME. 51D 49R
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Mon Sep 18, 2017, 08:55 PM (0 replies)

December 12, 2017 AL US Senate Election is going to decide whether Democrats regain control of

the US Senate in 2018.
Scenario 1- Jones-D wins the December 12 2017 AL US Senate Election against Moore-R or Strange-R. Democrats hold onto FL(Nelson-D vs Scott-R),IN,MO,MT,ND (Heitkamp-D vs Cramer-R),OH,PA,and WV and pick up AZ (Sinema/Stanton-D) and NV (Rosen-D).
Posted by nkpolitics1212 | Sun Sep 17, 2017, 07:37 PM (17 replies)
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