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There Have Been Plenty Of Runoffs In Georgia
that have changed in outcome 1992. Democratic Senator Weish Fowler fell just short of 50 in his re-election campaign against Gop nominee Paul Caverdell. 1992 is let’s see in the Senate race Initially Fowler won by 1. 8 percent, but in the runoff covered L1 by 1. 4 reverse The total 2006 Democrat David Burgess faced Republican Eaton” target=”_blank” rel=”noreferrer noopener”>Chuck Eaton and again in the election.
Burgess Won By 2.
5 percent in the runoff Eaton won by 3. 6. In 2008 another runoff for a seat on the highly touted and almost too sexy public service commission between Democrat Jim Powell and Republican Bubba McDonald here’s the results in the election Powell won by 0. 7 percent, but in the runoff McDonald won by 14 percent, and then there’s another runoff you might be familiar with Secretary of state race 2018 between Republican Brad Raffensburger.
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I love it and he faced off against Democrat John Barrow now In this one. Raffensberger won the initial race by 0. 4 percent and then Raffensburger won again with three point by 3. 8 percent.
So He Held That One If Youre
an optimist and you maybe want more conservative government. You’ll know that while there were changes in a lot of those races. It was usually the Republicans who gained votes in the runoffs and that’s true typically smaller electorate less turnout. It favors dedicated voters which Republicans have as opposed to occasional voters and illegal immigrants and dead people like Democrats have but those races are mostly from a time where Georgia was bright red. Now it’s purple and these races are going to be really close.
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Theyre Expecting About 200 Million Dollars To Be
spent in this runoff and I bet it’s even higher than that honestly if. It remains competitive now unless something changes the outcome with the president’s legal challenges and all that as that’s going on and we’re working from that world kind of we’re working from the world that this stuff doesn’t work out because I always like looking for the worst case scenario. The Republicans need one of these to turn their way, but it would be really really really really super duper duper helpful to get both of those seats. Why Lisa Murkowski she counts you know barely as one of the 51 Republican senators, but her state of Alaska is currently voting on ballot measure 2. if it succeeds.
It Would Change The State Rules
to an open primary so instead of having a Republican and Democratic primary for the Senate. You’d have one big primary where the top four candidates advance to the election and then ranked choice voting would. be applied it’s a one-of-a-kind system if it passes, but while it’s kind of interesting in some ways pragmatically right now. At this moment it would free Lisa Murkowski from ever having to please a Conservative Republican primary voter ever again she would be freed and incentivized actually to run into the middle and instead of the right and she would face no punishment for siding with the left. In other words, she would flake even more than normal here’s how that vote it looks like in Alaska right now it’s being rejected by only five points 52 to 47 or if you want to round 52 to 48 with about a quarter of the vote remaining as it makes its way.
You Know All The Votes Have To Come
on dog sleds and coyotes shooting helicopters that’s how they’re transferred to be counted. The late vote is trending democrat. does and as you kind of expect so this is going to tighten and they might get this open primary system in Alaska the bottom line is. This is a race that no one is paying attention to but could make a huge difference in the years to come.
So What Happens Next First The Recounts
and the legal wrangling will continue. On December 14th, the electors will come back together to actually pick a president. After that we’ll all go celebrate Christmas and new year’s and Kwanzaa. Of course Kwanzaa assuming of course the country is still standing and we’re not all dead of coronavirus.
Then We Come Back To Work On
Monday. January 4th and the very next day will be the most important election day outside of a November that anyone can remember Democrats will pull out every trick to win this thing they will spend any. amount of money they’ll even make Andrew Yang move to Georgia and if we have any luck at all, they will fail along with Andrew Yang miserably hi stuber gear of Stew does America here thanks so much for watching our video did you know you can watch our entire catalog for free right here on our channel subscribe now and be sure to hit the thumbs up button on all the episodes you watch because that’s how they know you like this stupid show and that little bell in the corner as well make sure you click that you’ll get notifications every time we post new content studios America every weekday at 8pm Eastern right here.
Democratic Senator Weish Fowler fell just short of 50 in his re-election campaign against Gop nominee Paul Caverdell in 1992 . In 2008 another runoff for a seat on the highly touted and almost too sexy public service commission between Democrat Jim Powell and Republican Bubba McDonald won by 14 percent in the runoff . In 2018 there’s another runoff you might be familiar with Secretary of state race 2018 between Republican Brad Raffensburger and Democrat John Barrow now In this one. The races are mostly from a time where Georgia was bright red. Now it’s purple and these races are going to be really close. They’re expecting about 200 million dollars to be spent in this runoff and I bet it’s even higher than that honestly if. It remains competitive now unless something changes the outcome with the president’s legal challenges and all that as that is going on and we’re working from the president’s legal challenges are going on. If something changes in the outcome is going to change…. Click here to read more and watch the full video