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Any suggestions or strategies for the (Democrats) in this upcoming 2024 midterm election?

 
 
Real Music
 
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Reply Wed 19 Apr, 2023 10:59 am
Very Insightful

Published Apr 17, 2023


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Real Music
 
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Reply Fri 19 May, 2023 09:58 pm
Summer Lee Just OWNED The Entire Republican Party

Rep. Summer Lee rips apart the entire Republican party for their disgusting budget cuts. Lee points out how the GOP don't care about the average, working class American people struggling to survive, while they only want to cater to billionaires and owner donors. She also shares her story of being raised by a single mom and depending on SNAP and Medicaid to survive in America.


Published May 19, 2023


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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Sat 20 May, 2023 08:21 am
Just get the vote out. Poor turnout - GOP wins, BIG turnout - Democrats win.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Mon 26 Jun, 2023 12:27 pm
Democrats fortify their blue wall — and Electoral College math — for 2024.


Published November 9, 2022


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The blue wall is back.

As Democrats secured key electoral and historic victories up and down the ballot in states such as Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, they shored up their position in the Rust Belt ahead of 2024, rebuilding the so-called blue wall states that Donald Trump won in 2016.

After Democrats’ better-than-expected performance Tuesday, never has Trump’s 2016 romp in the region looked more ephemeral. For the third consecutive election, Democrats have won consequential races in these three states, with Biden rolling back Trump’s victories there in 2020, and poised to do it again in 2024 based on returns this week.

If the dismantling of the blue wall states came at Trump’s own hand in 2016, so too did its reconstruction this week, as Democrats handily ousted candidates endorsed by the former president.

What’s more, Democratic gains in Arizona and Georgia — where Democratic incumbent Mark Kelly leads Blake Masters in the Senate race, and Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and Republican Herschel Walker are heading to a runoff — further buttress the party’s improved Electoral College math ahead of 2024. After Tuesday, a revived Democratic coalition that turned out their base and won over swing voters in these states looks increasingly resilient.

In perhaps no place was this more evident than in Wisconsin, where Democrats not only denied the GOP a supermajority in the statehouse but where incumbent Tony Evers fended off a challenge from Trump-endorsed Tim Michels. Evers became the first Democratic governor since 1962 to win Wisconsin in a midterm year while a Democrat was serving in the White House.

While there was one notable exception to Democrats’ good night in the state — Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) beat back a Democratic challenge to win a third term — the party emerged from the state with well-founded confidence about their prospects in the 2024 presidential race.

“Trump stepped into office in 2016 by smashing a hole in the blue wall,” Wisconsin Democratic Chairman Ben Wikler told POLITICO on Wednesday. “Gov. Evers and [Michigan] Gov. [Gretchen] Whitmer began to rebuild that wall. And now in the moment of greatest peril with a Democratic president, the wall holds firm. It’s a historic and profoundly consequential victory for Democracy.”

In Pennsylvania, meanwhile, Josh Shapiro and John Fetterman scored crucial gubernatorial and senatorial wins in a pivotal 2024 state, dispatching Trump-backed Doug Mastriano and Mehmet Oz, respectively.

And in Michigan — a battleground state that Trump in 2016 became the first Republican to carry since 1988 — Democrats secured wins in the gubernatorial, attorney general and secretary of state races. They also flipped the Michigan Senate for the first time in nearly 40 years.

“The fact that we’ve got a state in the Midwest — that’s probably one of the most consequential battleground states in the country — that now has a Democratic trifecta for the first time in nearly 40 years heading into 2024, it just changes everything,” said Michigan State Sen. Mallory McMorrow, who raised millions of dollars on the back of a viral speech, money she devoted to help win back the Republican-controlled legislative body.

To win, Democrats like McMorrow in the Rust Belt beat back the culture wars and successfully awayed what she called “normal voters.”

Pete Buttigieg, the transportation secretary and former 2020 presidential candidate who rose to national prominence with a December 2016 manifesto outlining how Democrats could win back flyover country, said his party has improved its messaging to Rust Belt voters since then.

“I think there’s been a lot of growth,” Buttigieg, who barnstormed Michigan last week, told POLITICO in an interview in suburban Detroit last week. “I think it’s part of the reasons why the results of Michigan and Wisconsin were different from 2016 to 2020. But I think there’s more to do before people fully hear the ways that we are best aligned with the values of the middle of the country.”

Even in Ohio, where Democratic Senate hopeful Tim Ryan lost to J.D. Vance, his coattails boosted fellow Rust Belt Democrats like Rep. Marcy Kaptur, who won by double digits. Ryan, said Ohio Democratic Party Chair Elizabeth Walters on Wednesday, “ran one of the best races Ohio has ever seen.”

In yet another sign of a strengthening map for Democrats, several incumbents in Rust Belt states survived a forbidding political environment for their party. Among them were Reps. Susan Wild in Pennsylvania and Angie Craig in Minnesota.

The wins in some contested Rust Belt states remove a potential obstacle for the party in 2024, said David Pepper, former chairman of the Ohio Democratic Party.

“These states are important institutionally,” Pepper said, “because you have people now who will oversee elections in a way that we can trust.”


https://www.politico.com/news/2022/11/09/democrats-blue-wall-electoral-college-2024-00066127
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Real Music
 
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Reply Mon 26 Jun, 2023 12:50 pm
1. With the 2024 American elections coming up, the democrats cannot take anything for granted.

2. The Democrats must never forget that in 2016 Trump had won states that Hillary Clinton thought she couldn't lose.

3. The Democrats must not and cannot become complacent or overconfidence.

4. The Democrats also must place a much greater importance on down ticket ballots and local elections.
coluber2001
 
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Reply Mon 26 Jun, 2023 01:10 pm
@Real Music,
For one, go after and prosecute anyone involved in the fake elector scheme. The main strategy of the Republicans is to cheat because they can't win otherwise.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Sun 16 Jul, 2023 09:55 pm
Democrats make SURPRISE move to FLIP the House in 2024

Published June 30, 2023


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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Mon 17 Jul, 2023 07:43 am
******* vote.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Tue 18 Jul, 2023 01:54 pm
Quote:
Any suggestions or strategies for (Joe Biden) in this upcoming 2024 election?

Quote:
Any suggestions or strategies for the entire (Democratic Party) in this upcoming 2024 election?


coluber2001
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2023 01:41 pm
@Real Music,
Hope that Donald Trump continues running for president. If he drops out because of his overwhelming legal difficulties, then Chris Christie would stand a chance of winning the primary. Although a moderate/conservative, intelligent person seems anathema at this time in the Republican/Maga Party, should it happen, he might very well beat Biden.
Real Music
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2023 04:06 pm
@coluber2001,
1. I hope the Democrats continue shining a spotlight on the real goals and real agenda of the (Republican Party).

2. I hope the Democrats continue to highlight their own accomplishments.

3. I also hope the Democrats continue educating Americans on the things the Dems are fighting for.

4. Ultimately the best strategy to help the democrats is to relentlessly show the contrast and differences.

5. Once Americans see a clear contrast between the stances of the two parties, I believe that the vast majority of Americans will vote overwhelmingly for the Democrats.

6. I believe that even Republicans would vote for the Democrats.

7. In my opinion, MAGA Republicans now dominate the Republican Party.

8. It's gotten to the point that the vast majority of the Republican Party has become MAGA republicans.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2023 04:29 pm
1. In my opinion, Joe Biden and Democrats are fighting for everyday Americans

2. And Donald Trump and the Republican Party are trying their best to help the super wealthy.

3. The difference and contrast is crystal clear.

4. The democrats need to make it very clear to all Americans.

5. The democrats can win on virtually every issue.

6. The democrats can win on virtually every policy position.

7. More and more Republicans keep exposing themselves of their true agendas.

8. Marjorie Taylor Greene just happens to be the most recent Republican to do so.

9. She wasn't the first and she won't be the last.

10. This is who and what the Republican Party truly stand for.

11. The Republican Party has been telling us who and what they are for years.

12. It's time for America to start believing them.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2023 09:11 pm
1. If you are an everyday American, vote your own interest. Vote Democrat.

2. If you are poor and need assistance, vote your own interest. Vote Democrat.

3. If you are part of the working class or middle class, vote your own interest. Vote Democrat.
glitterbag
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2023 11:22 pm
@Real Music,
(be back later)
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Real Music
 
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Reply Wed 26 Jul, 2023 10:17 pm
Quote:
Any suggestions or strategies for the (Democrats) in this upcoming 2024 election?

1. Vote Early
2. Vote all democrats.
3. Very important to vote city, county, local, state, and national races.
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Real Music
 
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Reply Sun 30 Jul, 2023 01:03 am
Quote:
Any suggestions or strategies for the (Democrats) in this upcoming 2024 election?

Early In-person voting
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sevencard2003
 
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Reply Sun 30 Jul, 2023 01:46 am
@izzythepush,
i think what the democrats should do if they really want to stop Trump or Desantis from becoming president in 2024 is vote for RFK in the primary for if its Biden he only has a 50-50 shot of winning. but if its RFK, then he will beat either one of them about 60-40 in the general. democrats needs to dump Biden. (just like the republicans should do to Trump)
izzythepush
 
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Reply Sun 30 Jul, 2023 11:57 am
@sevencard2003,
Why the hell are you addressing me, the one person on this thread who can't vote in your election?

Btw, RFK is nuts.
izzythepush
 
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Reply Wed 2 Aug, 2023 08:56 am
@izzythepush,
Not only is RFK nuts, he's being bankrolled by fascists.

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A Super Pac affiliated with Robert F Kennedy Jr, the anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist running for president as a Democrat, owes half its cash to a longtime Republican mega-donor and Trump backer, according to campaign finance reports filed on Monday.

The group, American Values 2024, reported receiving $5m from Timothy Mellon, a wealthy businessman from Wyoming, according to NBC News and Politico. It registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) in April, days before Kennedy officially launched his campaign, according to FEC records.


More at link.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/aug/02/robert-f-kennedy-jr-republican-donor-super-pac
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Real Music
 
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Reply Sun 20 Aug, 2023 11:17 am
The following is just a few examples of who (represents) the Republican Party:

1. Steve Bannon
2. Tucker Carlson
3. Rep. James Comer
4. Gov. Ron DeSantis
5. David Duke
6. Election Deniers
7. Fake Electors
8. Michael Thomas Flynn
9. Rep. Matt Gaetz
10. Rudy Giuliani
11. Laura Ingraham
12. Sen. Lindsey Graham
13. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
14. Sean Hannity
15. Sen. Ron Johnson
16. Rep. Jim Jordan
17. Kari Lake
18. Sen. Mike Lee
19. Mike Lindell
20. Rupert Murdoch
21. Newsmax
22. Oath Keepers
23. One America News Network (OAN)
24. Sidney Katherine Powell
25. Proud Boys
26. Vladimir Putin
27. QAnon
28. Elmer Stewart Rhodes III
29. Donald Trump


I will be voting (enthusiastically) for Joe Biden and every democrat on ballot in upcoming 2024 election.
 

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