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Response to TexasTowelie (Reply #2)

Mon Dec 13, 2021, 07:13 AM

6. He is liberal for Kentucky . You can't expect a Democrat in Kentucky to be like a Democrat from

California or NY or even Georgia . Kentucky is a VERY red state and a southern state but with low black population. And black people are the base of the democratic party so it's a low percentage of base support to start off with .

It was also a close race against someone that was corrupt and unlikable. He would probably have lost a Senate race because people would have seen voting for him as voting for Democrats to control the Senate .

But I do like him very much and think he would do well in a national election even though he would most likely lose his own state.

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