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View Diary: The Path to a Democratic House Majority (Part 1) (90 comments)

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  •  What's your evidence? (0+ / 0-)

    Do you have any data behind your claim that this is merely Lean-R? It's hardly credible that a race that's "getting no support" in funding is Lean-R. Of course, all of us (except for a few Republicans here) would wish it were.

    Formerly Pan on Swing State Project

    by MichaelNY on Mon Oct 01, 2012 at 05:16:11 PM PDT

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    •  Evidence: Contact Jerry Tetalman's campaign (0+ / 0-)

      The reason why there is no data is because NO ONE is covering the damn campaign nor is it getting any support from the Democratic Party on a national level.  I would think Daily Kos or anyone in the DCCC, Democracy for America or even the most progressive groups out there would want to interview Jerry Tetalman and his campaign but NO, they seem to be only interested in toss-up, Lean Democrat, Solid Democrat, and what are labeled Lean Republican campaigns by political gurus out there.

      There is a video I've just cited on You Tube where Jerry Tetalman was at a Democratic primary debate on May 3, 2012.  Pay close attention to the point Tetalman makes at the 1:07 mark (that's 1 minute and 7 seconds into the video).  Tetalman talks about the number of Democrats and Independents that have increased in his district.  Believe me, it isn't Lean Democrat but it also isn't super red in the same sense as say a Oklahoma Congressional District.

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