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Stunning Democratic Victories: the 2005 Election Results

November 9, 2005

In New Jersey, California, and even the normally Republican Virginia, voters decisively rejected negative politics, Republicans, and the Bush Administration.
Is this a harbinger of 2006?

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  • Gort Beranga, messenger to Urantia November 18, 2005 10:34 am

    E-T intervention is no fairy tale

  • Ginger November 10, 2005 11:56 am

    I have to drop a line of praise in here for my new home state of Pennsylvania. I moved my family here from Florida a couple of years ago. Contrary to popular speculation among our neighbors, we are NOT in the wittness protection program! LOL
    No, I moved my family here because we could afford it (the economy is trashed and we telecommute from anywhere w/ reliable net access) and because, despite these difficulties, the PEOPLE here have a clue and a care about the business of state, federal and local government. In the wake of an illegal pay grab, we successfully ousted one of two Supreme Court judges up for retention along w/ all 8 Dover school board members who tried to replace our science curriculum w/ their favorite fairy tales.

  • Robt November 10, 2005 1:49 am

    I am pleased with California, my once long time home state. I know It was Arnold-nator’s proposals and they were defeated. But I think a Calif republican representative who is to Arnold what Rove is to GW. That man is a Calif republican representative, named ” Issa ” ( hope I have the spelling right). He was there for the Schwartz-nator to get him elected. He was even on O’reilly and made a case to over-ride the natural citizen clause for the Swartz to run for President after Bush. Understand this Issa is too unpopular to get elected himself to Gov.
    The “electric regulation” was the biggest flame.
    “Redistricting”, while still smoldering was actually a mere 19% difference. The repubs will be back. In the loss, they will look at what is needed to close the gap. As with the Redistricting thrust. Marketing!
    Maybe Bush could of spent more time with Republican canidates campaigning of Proposals. Be more visibly friendly and praising of them. Like ” Arny, your doing a heck of a job in California “, ( as Bush did for Brown).
    Just hope Dems do no peak too soon or get over confident for ’06. But get that damn drum beating and ball rolling!

  • VT November 9, 2005 11:51 pm

    Calm down did not win any new seats! So much exuberance over what? Democratic states voting Democratic? (Virginia is an exception). It was not a land slide as it should have been.

  • Sean November 9, 2005 8:10 pm

    hehehehe – true I’m anything but…