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Or, unless Sarah Palin decides to spend some time in SC and personally crush Barrett like she would an ant on the sidewalk.Greshem. I dont think Sarah likes you and remember, she doesnt always play nice.


Jensen, I wanna see a North Carolina runoff poll, I hope Elaine is getting close to 50%.

Closer To Home

Yes, but it doesnt tell us how many of his, and Bauers and McMasters supporters will just stay home after having lost badly. What is the fall off in voting support for lost causes?

Glen Tomkins

Whats the likely voter model?Isnt turnout likely to be less, maybe much less -- most important, imponderably less -- for the runoff than for this last election? And if turnout is substantially different, it wont be expected to distribute evenly across groups with different propensities to vote for either candidate.

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