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Monday, November 2, 2015

Will Dems take the Senate in 2016?

1990s - President Bill Clinton and the Hildabeast

It's deja vu all over again

  • In the 2000 elections Clinton had been President for eight years and the GOP controlled the Senate.  
  • The nation was supposed to be tired of the Clintons, but the Republicans lost four seats splitting the Senate 50 seats to 50 seats.  2016 is not looking good for the GOP.

(McClatchy News)  -  There’s another pivotal election next year besides the White House. The Senate is up for grabs, and the landscape a year out suggests the Democrats could win control away from the Republicans.
The party needs a net gain of four seats to gain control if a Democrat wins the White House, five if a Republican wins. That’s better odds than gaining a majority in the House of Representatives, which is expected to remain under Republican control, and winning the presidency, which right now is impossible to predict.
But the Senate has a special allure. Republicans have to defend 24 Senate seats next year, offices they won in 2010, when so much went right for them. Democrats only have to retain 10, and virtually all seem sure bets.
Seven Republican-held seats will be contested next year in states President Barack Obama won in 2012; all but Iowa have potential to be Democratic gains. The party’s also due for a boost because Democratic voters tend to turn out in bigger numbers in presidential years.
The only Democratic-held seat in jeopardy is Nevada, where Minority Leader Harry Reid is retiring.
States Obama carried where Republican incumbents face challenges are Florida, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. Democrats have a unifying theme. 
Obama also carried Iowa, but Republican Sen. Charles Grassley is a strong favorite to win re-election.
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To bottom line it, nothing appears to matter to the American Sheeple.
With all the Clinton insanity in 2000 elections the voters gave a majority of the popular vote to Al Gore and four new U.S. Senate seats to the Democrats. I fully expect the Senate to go Democrat in 2016 and the Hildabeast perhaps win her election. 

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