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  1. #166
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    99% reporting and Lamb is up by 95 votes. Lol


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  2. #167
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    Alright. Sounds like Saccone might end up with +200/300 votes tonight. Absentees will have to make that up for Lamb.

    Goodnight!
    You think it is going to go up for Saccone? It is crazy right now.
    Think long and hard about why you respond to nonsense. Please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    You think it is going to go up for Saccone? It is crazy right now.
    It's sounds like he'll close or overcome the gap tonight. Absentee should favor Lamb but who knows by how much.

    This is all just based on like 4 people on Twitter who do this for a living and my local news. So, who knows.
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  4. #169
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    Allegheny absentee ballot is out

    +752 vote margin for Lamb


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  5. #170
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    Well, @Redistrict, who is my favorite, still thinks Lamb has it.

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  6. #171
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    3,206 absentee ballots left and 2 precents left yet tonight

    Needs 847 margin

    Gonna be close


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    Interesting to note that if the Libertarian does cost someone this race, it is likely to be the right.

    In Allegheny, he got 524 votes.
    In the other three that are currently for Saccone, he got 827 votes.

    Now there is no way to tell which voters would have otherwise gone for the GOP or Democratic, but I think that's enough to make a napkin calculation.
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  8. #173
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    Lamb won the Allegheny absentees by 62% compared to the non-absentees at 57%. Bodes well for the rest of absentee counting. Maybe?
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  9. #174
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    You folks are really overly excited about an election that will be null and void in a few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncsinmo View Post
    You folks are really overly excited about an election that will be null and void in a few months.
    I believe the primaries for the new districts start in June or July.
    Think long and hard about why you respond to nonsense. Please!

  11. #176
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    Candidates matter

    Lamb wasnít your typical liberal. He ran away from Pelosi. He didnít talk about banning guns etc

    Thatís why he did so well along with democrats being enthused


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    With 3,206 absentee votes to be counted the lead for Lamb is 578 votes

    Gonna be hard to top that for Saccone


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  13. #178
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    I love close races like this. Every district should be like this.

    3,000 absentee ballots is significant, but tend to skew Dem. This has recount written all over it though.

    If Iím Saccone Iím asking for a recount right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroncos78087 View Post
    I believe the primaries for the new districts start in June or July.
    A few months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewersfan255 View Post
    Candidates matter

    Lamb wasnít your typical liberal. He ran away from Pelosi. He didnít talk about banning guns etc

    Thatís why he did so well along with democrats being enthused


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    Yup. And I hope to see more Dems running from her. They need a big change in leadership, whether they move left to Bernie or work the middle, enough is enough with this Chuck and Nancy duo.


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