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Old 04-04-2015, 01:26 PM
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That's easy ... 69 of 99 state chambers are now red, and both the House and Senate are as well.
As I recall, not one tea party candidate beat out a regular republican in the senate races in the 2014 election.

The 2016 election will have a much different electorate, one similar to the 2008 and 2012 electorate. And, only ten democratic senate seats are in play as opposed to 23 republican seats.

The senate seats that turned over in 2014 were mostly from deep red states, such as Arkansas, Alaska, North Dakota, states that Hillary Clinton won't need to win.

IMO: there's not one state that Barack Obama won that Hillary Clinton will not win, plus some, which will mean another landslide victory for democrats.

On the other hand, republicans must win Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida to win the election. Not going to happen.
 
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