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Partner, father and liberal Democrat. I am a native Michigander living in San Francisco who is a citizen of the world.

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Trump leads by just 5 points in Kansas

In the Red State of Kansas, which Republican Mitt Romney carried by 22 points in 2012, Republican Donald Trump leads Democrat Hillary Clinton by 5 points, 44% to 39%, in an election today, 08/08/16, three months to Election Day, according to this latest KSN News poll conducted by SurveyUSA. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 8% today, with twice as much support from Republican voters as Democrats; 9% of Kansas' most likely voters are today undecided.

Trump holds just 74% of the Republican base. Clinton holds 87% of the Democratic base. Among strong Republicans, Clinton gets 4% of the vote. Among strong Democrats, Trump gets zero percent of the vote. Among very conservative voters, Clinton siphons 11% of the vote. Among very liberal voters, Trump siphons 2% of the vote.



My ten year-old just told me that a school classmate cried last spring as she confided to the class that her abusive Step-Father liked Donald Trump. We cannot let that crowd win.

ABC27 Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 10 points in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Hillary Clinton has a 10-point lead over Donald Trump among Pennsylvania voters, according to a poll conducted for ABC27 News.

The Susquehanna Polling & Research survey released Monday shows Clinton would receive 47 percent of the vote and Trump would get 37 percent if the election were held today. Seven percent of respondents were undecided.

When third-party candidates were included, Clinton led Trump by nine points, 46-37 percent. Seven percent of voters supported Libertarian Gary Johnson and three percent backed Green Party candidate Jill Stein.

Most voters had unfavorable opinions of both Clinton, 49-40 percent, and Trump, 57-35 percent.

A majority, 88 percent, said they are strongly supporting their candidate and 11 percent said they could change their mind before Election Day. Forty-one percent said the televised Presidential debates will influence their vote.


Republican Senator Says Trump Could Lose Arizona

WASHINGTON ― Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) on Sunday said that Donald Trump risks losing Arizona, a longstanding Republican stronghold, over his inflammatory comments about immigrants and immigration.

When asked whether Hillary Clinton could win there, Flake responded, “Bill Clinton won Arizona. So yes, it’s possible.”

No Democrat has won the state in the 20 years since Bill Clinton’s victory in 1996. Mitt Romney won Arizona by 9 points in 2012.

“The statements he made out of the gate about those crossing the border being rapists and whatnot ― that doesn’t sit well,” Flake said on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” referring to Trump. “And then to refer to a judge born in Indiana as a Mexican in a pejorative way ― you can’t expect to win Arizona when you make statements like that, and you offend a large and growing demographic needlessly.”


Orange County is Trending Blue

A surge in Democratic voter registration has cut Republicans’ advantage in Orange County to less than 6 percentage points and has doubled the number of Democratic cities over the past year.

The Republican margin has been shrinking since 1990, when the GOP edge was 22 points. But in the past six months, the pace of change has been four times as fast as the 26-year average – due in part to the GOP’s controversial presidential nominee. That could hurt the local Republicans in November’s down-ticket races.


American Nazi Party Sees Hope In Trump

“The chairman of the American Nazi Party, Rocky Suhayda, declared on his radio program last month that a Donald Trump victory would present a great opportunity for white nationalists to build pro-white coalitions.,” BuzzFeed reports.

Said Suhayda: “I’m gonna project, that I believe that Trump is going to win the election this November… I think it’s gonna surprise the enemy, because, I think that they feel that the white working class, especially the male portion of the working class, and with him his female counterparts have basically thrown in the towel. Given up hope of any politician again standing up for their interests.”


Just got out of Suicide Squad

Definitely worth a couple of hours. Loved the team members but the story was not the strongest. Joker was a combination of Cesar Romero and Heath Leger. I see this setting up a lot of future films. Definitely helps set up Justice League. I fell in love with Harley and Diablo.

MSNBC: Hillary leading Trump 60% to 40% in Philly suburbs

Trump could kiss PA goodbye with those numbers.

Just heard on MSNBC re. unionized voters

Trump is doing worse than Romney and McCain among white unionized households.

I saw Trump's bad press coming a mile away.

It was about a week or two ago when the Trump campaign started patting down his press pool and I knew it wouldn't end well for him. Al Gore pissed off his press pool in 2000 and a reporter famously said "He's going to be sorry". So trust me, it will be Hillary's turn the moment she slights them.
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