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Screen NameAn62190   
NameA. N.
LocationLorton, ,
EmailAnthony8965@gmail.com
BirthdayDecember 23, 0000
AffiliationDemocratic
First LoginJuly 27, 2015 11:32am
Last LoginNovember 11, 2019 07:26pm
Predictions Points: 312.7411
Predictions: 168/221 (76.02%)
Points Per: 312.7411/221 (1.42)
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D:8509DylanSH99 ( 561.02 points)
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October 11, 2019 08:52am
I had hoped that my Presidency was going to be for the people and for their best interests, and I'm proud to say that it was. It was an honor serving as this website's President for a year. Zeus, congratulations my friend. I want you to know that I hope there will be a smooth transition of power and will be rooting for you as you become the next President of OurCampaigns.
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I:10385Nova ( 0.00 points)
October 07, 2019 04:04pm
For the vote of the people will not go silently in the night without a fight. For all men and women are equal and all there voices should be heard if they hold this dear nation and it’s history close to heart. May there love, and loyalty guide then and choose the best among us to lead. For no man or woman can lead us alone if we can not trust their decisions, we must take all voices in order to put the right man. communist, Democrat, or progressive. For to silence one voice would lead to the silencing of all voices
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D:1RP ( 4505.54 points)
October 06, 2019 10:10am
Actually, new users do not have the immediate access to vote.
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USPD:6380Zeus the Moose ( 678.41 points)
October 04, 2019 10:23am
Is the poll going to be posted here?
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D:8509DylanSH99 ( 561.02 points)
October 04, 2019 10:16am
Good luck to my opponents. Regardless of the outcome, it's been my honor to serve as your President.
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D:8509DylanSH99 ( 561.02 points)
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September 20, 2019 02:10pm
As my last day winds down, I want to thank everyone for the opportunity of being OC President. I know there's not much that comes with it, but I've loved this site since the very first time I logged on. This site is great because of all of you who have contributed countless articles and political data. Much thanks to everyone. And Randy, keep up the great work.
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D:1989RBH ( 4186.24 points)
September 14, 2019 04:00pm
Tierney's primary was always more of a "Tierney underperformed in elections in 2010/12 partly because his wife was convicted of tax fraud" thing than an ideological thing.
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D:1RP ( 4505.54 points)
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September 11, 2019 02:19pm
Simple. Harris had no outreach to the tribe and Bishop did - plus he supported bills they did.
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I:6738IndyGeorgia ( 2221.41 points)
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September 07, 2019 01:16pm
Do not add endorsements of politicians from the same party as the candidate for a general election unless the endorsements are of an unusual nature.
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NPA:7114Kyle ( 679.49 points)
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August 30, 2019 09:39am
I know I shouldn't engage. But, ridiculous arguments deserve dismantling.

(1) The DNC didn't arbitrarily leave people out. They said weeks/months before the first debate that once 20 candidates was reached, the polling criteria would matter more than the fundraising criteria. Most of Gravel's donations were a joke. He is an almost 90-year old man. He wouldn't have become the nominee under any circumstances.

(2) Let's revisit 2016, since this is the source of your DNC conspiracy theory about debates. The DNC held fewer debates, yes. But, the burden is on you to prove that more debates would have helped Bernie. HRC was a more than capable debater (arguably the first debate was one of the best moments of her campaign.) Thus, I don't see how Bernie could have made up a fraction of the votes by being given other debates. Actually, I think it would have hurt (since his tv coverage was the most favorable of any candidate running and hers was the most negative. A debate would have evened the playing field and HRC won most of them.)

3. The polls that were selected for these debates were selected based on accuracy. No Drudge report or youtube comments.

4. As has been mentioned, 10 other candidates have complained about the debate criteria. 2% in a few polls really shouldn't be an impossible standard.
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D:1RP ( 4505.54 points)
August 13, 2019 09:22am
It's optimized to store the winner in the main Race database table so it's a fairly light query to pull the office for a single winner. Trying to pull multi-winner office is SIGNIFICANTLY slower and harder and puts a lot more strain on the database, so I considered this an acceptable limitation.
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I:6738IndyGeorgia ( 2221.41 points)
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August 07, 2019 08:37am
464 votes. Good grief.
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LBT:9518'96for96th ( 179.65 points)
July 15, 2019 11:54am
Freitas screwed up his paperwork and may not be on the ballot.
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R:9757BrentinCO ( 1710.10 points)
May 05, 2019 03:22pm
'96for96th: Is this Glenn R. Davis, Jr.'s dad? It says he retired in Virginia...

Not likely as the Virginia Davis is Glenn Ray Davis and this is Glenn Robert Davis. [Link] [Link] If the later link is who you were thinking of.

And the Congressman Davis was buried back in in Wisconsin. [Link]
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LBT:9518'96for96th ( 179.65 points)
February 22, 2019 09:45am
So, I attended the candidate forum for the Democratic party last night.

Rebecca Leser was probably the best are getting her point across and I definitely think that she has a chance at the nom,especially considering she is the chair of York/Poquoson Dems and probably has a lot of connections.

Downey was also a decent public speaker. Made some good points about why he has the best chance of beating Pogge. He currently has so much more money on hand than anyone else, that I think it is his to lose.

Mayfield. I'm not really sure why is he is running. He doesn't seem to have a very good political grasp and understanding of what the issues are. I also felt that he wasn't really a strong public speaker and wasn't very prepared.
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NPA:7114Kyle ( 679.49 points)
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February 01, 2019 11:48am
In the politically polarized environment of today, 2019 will be an interesting case study. In Kentucky an unpopular GOP incumbent is running for reelection, while in Mississippi the popular Democrat AG is running for governor, and in Louisiana a popular democrat is running for reelection.
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I:10200Jeaux ( 0.00 points)
January 28, 2019 05:29pm
Edwards is certainly in a very good position, but I would agree with Brent that it is far from over. John Bel has his popularity during his first term to help him, along with popular policies like teacher pay raises. However, it's still Louisiana and you shouldn't count out the GOP. Given the poll from LJR also mentioned name recognition further in and that both Rispone and Abraham happen to be hovering right around 50% compared to John Bel's near universal recognition, I'd say it's possible he gets to 50%+1...and I wouldn't say he's the underdog in a runoff thus far. I don't think either of the GOP are very strong candidates...everyone thought Vitter was a shoe-in...until the runoff, so anything is possible down there
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D:8509DylanSH99 ( 561.02 points)
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January 12, 2019 04:16pm
I know I had said this before, but just want to again thank those who voted for me last August and I'm so glad to be an active member and President of OurCampaigns, even if it's just a title. Randy has done such an amazing job with this website and without him, this wouldn't be here. Also want to thank those who contribute daily to the well being of this website to continually make it better, it's very much appreciated!
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NPA:7114Kyle ( 679.49 points)
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January 03, 2019 06:20pm
RP: Making the rounds on the right-wing sites:


This AOC thing is ridiculous on both sides. It is ridiculous that the conservative movement has morphed into ceitiquing high school dance videos.

Both sides need to grow up and ignore this stupidity.
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D:8255My Congressman is a Weiner ( -19.80 points)
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December 31, 2018 05:27pm
If you want to convince people Bernie is great, maybe avoid the word “lobotomy” in the future.
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D:9602Old Dominion Democrat ( 1310.11 points)
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December 16, 2018 11:44am
I am a very progressive Democrat. But I am also very torn on 2020. Part of me wants a truly progressive nominee. The other part just wants someone who can defeat Trump. Part of me wants a younger, generational nominee like in 92 and 08, but then part of me just likes Uncle Joe Biden on a very personal level.
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R:9757BrentinCO ( 1710.10 points)
December 15, 2018 07:11pm
Can someone remind me why Sharon Priest is more evil than Hitler or Stalin? Or was this some sort of joke?
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D:1RP ( 4505.54 points)
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December 14, 2018 02:50pm
Or what?
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R:9757BrentinCO ( 1710.10 points)
December 13, 2018 07:56pm
The alphabetical ordering by state for the first round made logical sense given the limitation in number of choices, but at least for the 2nd group of 25 it made me have to really consider my vote.

Glad we are down to a more manageable grouping of choice.
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D:1989RBH ( 4186.24 points)
November 14, 2018 09:42pm
one of the closer races of the night and didn't get much attention beforehand.

the counties around Charleston swung Dem without going to Smith, so that'd be something to watch in the near future.
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