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Neither party managed to land any knockout blows in California Tuesday as voters went to the polls there and in seven other states to pick candidates who will face off in the Nov. 6 midterm elections, when control of the U.S. House and Senate will be up for grabs.

The fate of President Trump’s legislative priorities will hang in the balance in November. Right now Republicans control both the House and Senate, but a swing of just 23 seats would give Democrats a House majority. The GOP holds a narrow majority of 51 seats in the Senate, with Democrats controlling 47 seats and independents who caucus with Democrats holding two seats.

California, home to the nation’s largest congressional delegation with 39 Democrats and 14 Republicans, has a so-called “jungle primary.” All candidates initially competed on a single ballot Tuesday. The two who come out on top go on to the general election, regardless of political party. This makes it possible for two Democrats or two Republicans to face each other in November.

The Democrats had hoped the jungle primary might give them a leg up on their campaign to win back control of the U.S. House of Representatives by capturing at least a few of the 14 seats the GOP currently holds in California – half of which Hillary Clinton carried in the 2016 presidential contest.



Going into Tuesday it looked like there might be a few seats – notably the Anaheim-area seat of retiring Republican Ed Royce – where the Republicans might be shut out of the general election.

That appears not to have happened – not in the Royce seat, not in the San Diego-area seat of retiring GOP Rep. Darrell Issa, and not in Huntington Beach where Republican Dana Rohrabacher, a former speechwriter for President Reagan seeking a 16th term, easily made it into the next round.

The failure to achieve what some were calling a “big, blue shutout” also didn’t extend to the gubernatorial contest. Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom easily advanced to the second round of balloting as did Republican businessman John Cox, who had the endorsement of President Trump.

Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa – whom some hoped might make it into the runoff in place of Cox, setting up an all-Democratic general election contest that could have had a depressive affect on GOP turnout statewide – drew only about half as much support as Cox and finished a distant third.

This is quite a turnaround from what people were expecting even just months ago. The Trump presidency, in the considered opinion of some political experts, should have been the final nail in the coffin of the once robust, Reagan-producing, California GOP.

It might still. The latest figures show there are more voters in the state who’ve chosen to register as unaffiliated than who signed up as Republicans, with people blaming everything from the national party’s stance on immigration and abortion to the Trump tweets for the GOP’s weakness.

What analysts have missed all over the country is that while the Democrats are able to maintain political power in places like the Golden State, they’ve not be able to stop the state’s slide into economic and social oblivion.

Another factor is President Trump himself. His national approval numbers in polls have risen to a point somewhere in the mid-to-upper 40s, much higher than many analysts thought and most Democrats believed he’d ever be.

That means the suburban, college-educated, mostly white, Republican married women who appeared to desert Trump in droves in November 2016 (and who either voted for Clinton or just didn’t vote) may be starting to come home to the GOP, at least as far as voting for other Republicans is concerned.

This analysis is supported by two other figures, both of which presage a competitive, perhaps even victorious national GOP effort in the fall. The Real Clear Politics average has nearly 40 percent of those surveyed saying the country is “on the right track.” That’s about 13 points better than what it was during President Obama’s last year in the White House.

The number of people who say America is “headed in the wrong direction” is also down by about a third from where it was at the end of the Obama era.

That’s not a ringing endorsement for things as they are, but it does suggest the next national election will not be a “change” election like the last one was. Voters seem to like their tax cut and approve of the fact the country’s economic engine has restarted.

People are going back to work, the unemployment rate among all Americans is the lowest in decades and the black and Latino unemployment rates have never been this low since statistics have been compiled.

All that news helps incumbents, which this year means the GOP. The generic ballot test, where voters are asked whether they intend to vote for a Republican or a Democrat in the next election, is now just about even. Several months ago, before the tax cut passed and in the thick of unending daily chaos coming out of the White House, the Democrats had a double-digit advantage.

All this carries over into other states that held primaries on Tuesday. This was true in places like New Jersey, where the president has problems, and in the “Trump Country” states of South Dakota, Alabama and Montana.

In other states:

ALABAMA

Alabama interim GOP Gov. Kay Ivey – who took office upon the resignation of her Republican predecessor – easily won nomination for her own term. She goes into the general election a heavy favorite against Democrat Walt Maddox.

In the closely watched Republican primary in the state’s 2nd District, which runs from Dothan and the Gulf Coast up to the suburbs of Montgomery, incumbent Martha Roby – who upset some Republican voters after she condemned President Trump for his “Access Hollywood” tape – was forced into a runoff against the man she beat when first elected, former Democrat turned Republican Bobby Bright.

IOWA

In Iowa, interim Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds – who replaced Terry Branstad as governor when President Trump appointed Branstad U.S. ambassador to China – ran unopposed for the GOP gubernatorial nomination and is a heavy favorite to win a term on her own.

The Hawkeye State has no U.S. Senate race this year. Only one of the state’s four incumbent House members – Republican Steve King – is considered safe. GOP incumbents David Young in the 3rd District (in the southwestern corner of the state) and Rod Blum (in northeastern Iowa’s 1st District) may have tough contests in the fall, even though both were unopposed in the primary.

In the 2nd District, which is in the southeastern part of the state and includes Iowa City, Democrat Dave Loebsack – who, like his Republican general election challenger Chris Peters ran unopposed it the primary – will have to contest with an electorate that sent him to Washington for sixth time, while Donald Trump carried for the district by just over 4 points.

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi has two U.S. Senate seats to be decided in November, but only the seat held by Republican Roger Wicker was affected by Tuesday’s primary. Wicker easily prevailed in his primary and enters the race favored to win against either Democrats Howard Sherman or David Baria, who will fight it out in a runoff election later this year.

The contest for the seat that came vacant upon the retirement of longtime Republican U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran will be decided at a later date.

MONTANA

In Montana, state Auditor Matt Rosendale emerged from a field of four to win outright the chance to take on two-term incumbent Democrat Jon Tester in the race for U.S. Senate.

President Trump carried the state in 2016 by more than 200,000 votes and has singled out Tester as someone he’d like to see replaced. But Tester’s numbers are good. Absentee balloting and turnout in the primary were both high, meaning voter enthusiasm may be carrying forward from the last election to the next.

NEW JERSEY

In New Jersey, Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez won renomination, taking 62 percent of the vote against a relative unknown. He’ll face Republican pharmaceutical executive Bob Hugin in the fall.

Menendez may be tainted by ethics problems that should render him vulnerable, but the state GOP is still in disarray after the drubbing it took in last year’s gubernatorial elections. It also doesn’t help that there are at least 10 seats in the U.S. Senate currently held by Democrats that are just better targets.

The Garden State is also home to two seats which went one way for Congress and the opposite way for president in 2016. In one, the 5th District, which sits like a cap across most of the top of the state, Trump beat Hillary Clinton by a single point while Democrat Josh Gottheimer was picked to go to Congress. This time Gottheimer will face Republican John McCann, who won the GOP primary 53 to 47 percent.

In the 7th District in 2016, Republican Leonard Lance won his seat on the Pennsylvania side of the state by 11 points, as Clinton was carrying it 48.6 to 47.5 percent. In November he’ll face Democrat Tom Malinowski.

These seats are on the watch list kept by both parties, at least for now, as is northern New Jersey’s open 11th Congressional District. That’s a longtime GOP stronghold where voters picked former state Republican Chairman Jay Webber and Democrat Mikie Sherrill as the nominees for November.

NEW MEXICO

In New Mexico, Republican Rep. Steve Pearce from the 2nd Congressional District, which covers the southern half of the state, and Democrat Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham from the Albuquerque-centered 1st District will face one another in the fall contest to replace term-limited GOP Gov. Susanna Martinez, the nation’s only currently serving Hispanic chief executive.

The seats Lujan Grisham and Pearce are vacating are reliably partisan, so the outcome of the congressional primaries will likely determine who the winner will be in November. The U.S. Senate race, where Democrat Martin Heinrich is seeking a second term, is not expected to develop into much of a contest.

SOUTH DAKOTA

Finally, in South Dakota, GOP voters picked Republican Kristi Noem, the state’s lone member of the U.S. House of Representatives as their candidate for governor. Noem easily defeated state Attorney General Marty Jackley in a race that started ugly and ended even uglier. If elected she would become the state’s first woman governor.

Democrat Billie Sutton ran unopposed for his party’s nomination for governor, as did the party’s congressional candidate, Tim Bjorkman. Looking to replace Noem in the House is Republican Dusty Johnson, who starts the race a prohibitive favorite, given Trump carried the state by better than 30 points and 100,000 votes in 2016.

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/...primaries.html
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Old 06-07-2018, 10:49 AM   #16
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One last inquiry about this. Is this all about a newer special gas tax? Or just a regular gas tax like in most states?
This is a State Bill 1 repeal, which raises gas and diesel taxes and adding an annual vehicle registration fee.

“California drivers whose cars are worth less than $5,000 this year began paying a new $25 annual fee for the transportation fund, while those with vehicles valued between $5,000 and $25,000 — about 40 percent of the state’s drivers — pay $50. Drivers of the highest-end luxury cars pay as much as $175 more.

The state also will charge $100 per year, starting in 2020, for electric vehicles.”

Then there’s the 12 cent tax hit at the gas pump. There’s a feeling of tax fatigue out here.
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Old 06-07-2018, 11:08 AM   #17
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While both Trump and his congressional allies remain staggeringly unpopular, recent polling indicates that they might skate by with a narrow House majority in the fall and even pick up a seat or two in the Senate. Analysts now think the Democrats' chances of retaking the House are no better than a coin flip.

This in itself is stunning. Democrats should clean up in the midterms. Instead, they're barely muddling through. And if they fail to take control of one or both chambers of Congress, that future-altering catastrophe can be traced back to the moment in January when they decided to cave on the fight over the DREAMers and started disastrously cooperating with the president and his allies.

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Old 06-07-2018, 11:15 AM   #18
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Nah, you tapped out on Trump. I'm not the one that had unrealistic expectations of a wall being constructed in under a year, or have every illegal in the country rounded up and kicked out in six months time. You are.

I care less about giving the existing DACA kids gaining amnesty than I do the future illegals making it in here. Something like this takes time, be patient.
Bro, already had you pegged as one of the sheep who says every 15 years "Ok, the illegals here can stay but NOW we secure the border!" And you say it like clockwork, every 15 years, as the ruse continues over and over.


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Josh Newman is Recalled, Ending Democrats’ Supermajority in State Senate

Voters Tuesday removed Democratic state Sen. Josh Newman from his north OC-based seat and replaced him with a Republican, eliminating the Democrats’ supermajority control of the state Senate.

As of the latest results at 5 p.m. Wednesday, 59.5 percent of voters supported removing Newman from his 29th District seat, and 40.5 percent opposed the recall.

About one-third of ballots countywide remained to be counted, but people closely watching the race said Newman was trailing too far behind – 19 percentage points – to close the gap with the remaining ballots.

The recall effort was part of a battle over whether Democrats will have a supermajority in the state Legislature, which allows the party’s members to increase taxes, suspend legislative rules, approve emergency legislation that takes effect immediately, and overturn vetos from the governor without any Republican votes.

Leading up to Tuesday’s recall, Democrats had a supermajority in the 40-member state Senate, by one seat, and were one seat shy of a supermajority in the state Assembly. A supermajority is two thirds of the seats, which in the Senate is 27.

Both major political parties focused heavily on the Newman recall, including pouring money and other resources into their respective sides.

“Our entire focus for Tuesday is primarily Senate District 29 and the recall of Josh Newman,” said Fred Whitaker, the chairman of the Orange County Republican Party of Orange County, in a podcast interview with Voice of OC ahead of the election.

The county Democrats’ chairwoman, Fran Sdao, added: “Senate District 29 is our top priority, and we are directing all of our resources into that effort.”

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Aaand the backpedaling begins...

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Why it matters: It's looking nearly impossible for Democrats to take back the Senate. So the stakes are even higher for them to win the House if they're going to have any kind of congressional check on President Trump.

The state of play: The polls shows three Democratic senators are poised to lose their seats to Republicans — Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota, Bill Nelson in Florida and Joe Donnelly in Indiana.
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That would be sweet. With a 5+ advantage, ****ing coward-ass dickholes like McCain can't hold the country hostage as we progress towards a better nation.
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The site ran all of the matchups under six different turnout scenarios but no matter how optimistic the turnout projection was for Democrats the bottom line was still the same:

Even under the most optimistic scenarios for Democrats across all 13 states, they would still lose the same seats by a range of one percentage point to 14 percentage points.
Under Republicans’ most bullish forecast, they would actually pick up six seats, the four mentioned above plus Ohio and Missouri.
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He still hasn't come up for air.
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This is a State Bill 1 repeal, which raises gas and diesel taxes and adding an annual vehicle registration fee.

“California drivers whose cars are worth less than $5,000 this year began paying a new $25 annual fee for the transportation fund, while those with vehicles valued between $5,000 and $25,000 — about 40 percent of the state’s drivers — pay $50. Drivers of the highest-end luxury cars pay as much as $175 more.

The state also will charge $100 per year, starting in 2020, for electric vehicles.”

Then there’s the 12 cent tax hit at the gas pump. There’s a feeling of tax fatigue out here.
It’s getting kinda ridiculous with the registration here in CA. My car gets older but the reg keeps getting higher. My 2000 beater Integra with 200K just cost me 132$ for the year. My ladies vehicle was 419$.
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It’s getting kinda ridiculous with the registration here in CA. My car gets older but the reg keeps getting higher. My 2000 beater Integra with 200K just cost me 132$ for the year. My ladies vehicle was 419$.
It's Cali, feel free to park them on the street and shit between them.

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they will lose mid terms and just ignore it and start telling us all how hillary is going to beat trump in 2020
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they will lose mid terms and just ignore it and start telling us all how hillary is going to beat trump in 2020
They're up +7 in the generic ballot and have been for quite some time, so, not likely
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