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And they have the specifics(ad buys) of the close races needed to stay the HOUSE!  Also, the HILL is reporting that 50 seats will be lost, but a little more investigating, says they have only polled White people.  They say that AA will not show up on election day.  That is what the fool(reporter from the hill) said on CSPAN this morning!  Hence, they are trying to rig the election, by telling us we do NOT count!

That is right, KOS, the pollsters say we do not count.  PHUCK that!  I am not only voting, but I am driving people to the polls for the first 3 hrs, then I am poll watching for the next 3 hrs on election day(make sure nobody gets their head beat in)!  

Join me over the jump for discussion on the DCCC participation and ad buy?

Here is the breakdown of the spending, to give us all some momentum:

Dist.   Member                        Amount
AL-02   Bobby Bright (D)             $266,416
AR-01   Open (Berry (D)              $538,343
AZ-01   Ann Kirkpatrick (D)          $270,805
AZ-05   Harry Mitchell (D)           $269,472
AZ-07   Raul Grijalva (D)             $82,991
AZ-08   Gabrielle Giffords (D)       $132,195
CA-11   Jerry McNerney (D)           $471,126
CA-20   Jim Costa (D)                $191,580
CO-03   John Salazar (D)             $358,249
CO-07   Ed Perlmutter (D)            $301,064
CT-05   Chris Murphy (D)             $274,950
FL-02   Allen Boyd (D)               $170,422
FL-22   Ron Klein (D)                $315,840
FL-25   Open (Diaz-Balart)           $775,901
HI-01   Charles Djou (R)             $126,252
GA-02   Sanford Bishop (D)           $256,835
GA-08   Jim Marshall (D)              $11,340
IA-01   Bruce Braley (D)             $166,944
IA-02   Dave Loebsack (D)            $270,353
IA-03   Leonard Boswell (D)          $157,790
IL-10   Open (Kirk)                  $590,722
IL-14   Bill Foster (D)              $526,917
IL-17   Phil Hare (D)                 $92,158
IN-02   Joe Donnelly (D)             $179,712
IN-09   Baron Hill (D)               $454,496
KY-06   Ben Chandler (D)             $133,451
MA-10   Open (Delahunt)              $823,060
MD-01   Frank Kratovil (D)           $339,824
MI-01   Open (Stupak)                $201,432
MI-07   Mark Schauer (D)             $364,294
MI-09   Gary Peters (D)              $497,250
MN-01   Tim Walz (D)                 $129,922
MS-01   Travis Childers (D)          $224,934
MO-04   Ike Skelton (D)              $458,420
NV-03   Dina Titus (D)               $404,364
NC-07   Mike McIntyre (D)             $62,134
NC-08   Larry Kissell (D)            $458,102
ND-AL   Earl Pomeroy (D)             $294,008
NH-02   Open (Hodes)                 $487,837
NJ-03   John Adler (D)               $642,133
NM-01   Martin Heinrich (D)          $372,240
NY-19   John Hall (D)                $409,200
NY-20   Scott Murphy (D)             $220,320
NY-23   Bill Owens (D)               $431,140
NY-24   Michael Arcuri (D)           $260,353
OH-06   Charlie Wilson (D)           $240,781
OH-16   John Boccieri (D)            $296,096
OH-18   Zack Space (D)               $277,311
OR-05   Kurt Schrader (D)            $354,768
PA-07   Open (Sestak)                $702,326
PA-08   Patrick Murphy (D)           $544,222
PA-10   Chris Carney (D)             $217,500
PA-11   Paul Kanjorski (D)           $196,926
PA-12   Mark Critz (D)               $325,011
SC-05   John Spratt (D)              $252,007
SD-AL   S. Herseth Sandlin (D)       $262,822
TN-04   Lincoln Davis (D)            $168,260
TX-17   Chet Edwards (D)             $568,953
TX-23   Ciro Rodriguez (D)           $169,021
VA-02   Glenn Nye (D)                 $88,514
VA-05   Tom Perriello (D)            $142,123
VA-11   Gerry Connolly (D)         $1,079,867
WA-02   Rich Larsen (D)              $344,383
WA-03   Open (Baird)                 $562,384
WI-07   Open (Obey)                  $131,383
WV-01   Open (Mollohan)              $210,483
This posted was updated at 8:40 a.m. to reflect DCCC spending in Arizona for Kirkpatrick.

This, coupled with GOTV efforts by the DCCC(buses leaving the next 4 days to phili) and we got ourselves a ballgame:

http://dccc.org/...

And here is the article about the DCCC spending:

http://hotlineoncall.nationaljournal...

Updated x1:

[In addition to the issue with the demographics, this survey is limited to 42 districts: 40 voted for McCain and 2 voted for President Obama. Of course the President's numbers would be low in these districts. Since 22% are still undecided and many of these districts are in the tossup column, it appears that we could recover if dems and independents would support the blue dogs. They are the ones in trouble and I am not sure we are stepping up to save them. I saw an article that says unions are holding their noses and starting to push some of these candidates. If we lose the blue dogs, we lose the majority... it is that simple]! OFA comment-

GOTV!!!

Originally posted to jovie131 on Wed Oct 27, 2010 at 08:08 AM PDT.

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