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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:50 pm 
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Excellent report card!

Most endorsements were in Iowa, South Carolina, and Florida.

All wins in SC, and nearly all in Florida and Iowa. And, these candidates were selected using the high standards of HuckPac for both moral and fiscal responsibility unlike the mixed bag endorsed by Romney and Palin.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 12:54 pm 
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I am most excited about Rubio and Kasich as they may some significant implications for 2012.

I also really happy for Langford of OK. He has a very nice grassroots story.


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I couldn't find info for the following, so if someone hears or could find out:

David Rivera ~ Congress 25th D FLORIDA
Jane Hodoly ~ State House D-93 IOWA
Matt Carle ~ State House D-20 OHIO

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I couldn't find info for the following, so if someone hears or could find out:

David Rivera ~ Congress 25th D FLORIDA
Jane Hodoly ~ State House D-93 IOWA
Matt Carle ~ State House D-20 OHIO

CNN has Rivera as the projected winner (53-42% of the vote with 100% precincts reporting).
http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2010/results/state/#FL

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 2:46 pm 
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Huckpac Report Card
Disclaimer: I tried my best, but I could have made a mistake or two on the way.
NA = Race not called
Thanks to JustGrace for putting the list together.

HUCKPAC ENDORSEMENTS FOR 2010 GENERAL ELECTION
ALABAMA
WON Dr. Robert Bentley ~ Governor

ALASKA
NA Joe Miller ~ Senate

ARKANSAS
LOST Beth Anne Rankin ~ Congress 4th D
LOST Carolyn Ann Smith ~ State House D-34
WON Dennis Milligan ~ Saline Co. Circuit Clerk
WON Jason Rapert ~ State Senate D-18
LOST Jim Keet ~ Governor
WON John Boozman ~ Senate
WON John Eubanks ~ State House D-84
NA Justin Harris ~ State House D-87
WON Keith Crass ~ State House D-24
LOST Kelly Boyd ~ State House D-61
NA Mark Darr ~ Lieutenant Governor
WON Mark Martin ~ Secretary of State
WON Matthew Shepherd ~ State House D-6
WON Missy Thomas Irvin ~ State Senate D-10
WON Rick Crawford ~ Congress 1st D
WON Steve Womack ~ Congress
NA Stubby Stumbaugh ~ Mayor, Cabot. AR
WON Tim Griffin ~ Congress 2nd D

ARIZONA
WON Trent Franks ~ Congress 2nd D

CALIFORNIA
WON Duncan Hunter ~ Congress 52nd D
NA David Harmer ~ Congress
LOST Nick Popaditch ~ Congress
LOST Star Parker ~ Congress
LOST Van Tran ~ Congress

DELAWARE
LOST Glen Urquehart ~ Congress

FLORIDA
WON Daniel Webster ~ Congress 8th D
NA David Rivera ~ Congress 25th D
WON Dennis Ross ~ Senate
WON Marco Rubio ~ Senate
WON Mike Haridopolos ~ State Senate D-26
WON Mike Horner ~ State House D-79
LOST Mike Pendergast ~ Congress 11th D
WON Sheriff Rich Nugent ~ Congress 5th D
WON Steve Southerland ~ Congress 2nd D

GEORGIA
WON Nathan Deal ~ Governor
WON Rob Woodall ~ Congress 7th D
WON Sam Teasley ~ State House
WON Tom Graves ~ Congress 9th D

ILLINOIS
WON Adam Kinzinger ~ Congress 11th D
NA Bill Brady ~ Governor

INDIANA
LOST Duane Beals ~ State House D-6
LOST Jackie Walorski ~ State House D-2
WON Richard Mourdock ~ State Treasurer
WON Larry Bucshon ~ Congress 8th D
WON Marlin Stutzman ~ Congress 3rd D
WON Mike Pence - Congress 6th D

IOWA
WON Bill Northey ~ IA Sec. of Agriculture
LOST Brad Zaun ~ Congress
LOST Brenna Findley ~ Attorney General
LOST Chad Steenhoek ~ State House D-46
WON Chuck Hagenow ~ State House D-59
WON Chuck Grassley ~ Senate
WON Dwayne Alons ~ State House D-4
NA Jane Hodoly ~ State House D-93
WON Jason Schultz ~ State House D-55
WON Kent Sorenson ~ State Senate D-37
WON Kim Pearson ~ State House D-42
WON Steve King ~ Congress 5th D
WON Tom Latham ~ Congress
WON Tom Shaw ~ State House D-8

KANSAS
WON Tim Huelskamp ~ Congress 1st D

KENTUCKY
WON Mike Wilson ~ State Senate D-32
WON Rand Paul ~ Senate
LOST Todd Lally ~ Congress 3rd D

LOUISIANA
WON Bill Cassidy ~ Congress
WON Jay Dardenne ~ Lt Governor
WON Jeff Landry ~ Congress

MARYLAND
LOST Charles Lollar ~ Congress 5th D
WON Justin Ready ~ State Delegate D-5A

MICHIGAN
WON Dave Camp ~ Congress 4th D
LOST John Kupiec ~ Congress 5th D

MINNESOTA
WONChip Cravanck ~ Congress 8th D
WON Paul Gazelka ~ State Senate D-12
NA Tom Emmer ~ Governor

MISSISSIPPI
WON Alan Nunelee ~ Congress 1st D
WON Steve Palazzo ~ Congress 4th D

MISSOURI
WON Billy Long ~ Congress
WON Roy Blunt ~ Senate
WON Sam Graves ~ Congress 6th D
WON Vicky Hartzler ~ Congress 4th D

NEBRASKA
WON Jon Bruning ~ Attorney General
WON Lee Terry ~ Congress 2nd D

NORTH DAKOTA
WON John Hoeven ~ Senate

OHIO
WON John Kasich ~ Governor
NA Matt Carle ~ State House D-20
LOST Peter Corrigan ~ Congress 10th D
WON Rob Portman ~ Senate
WON Steve Chabot ~ Congress
LOST Tom Ganley ~ Congress

OKLAHOMA
LOST Charles Thompson ~ Congress 2nd D
WON James Lankford ~ Congress 5th D
WON John Doak ~ Insurance Commissioner
WON Scott Pruitt ~ Attorney General

PENNSYLVANIA
WON Pat Meehan ~ Congress 7th D
WON Tom Marino ~ Congress 10th D

SOUTH CAROLINA
WON Alan Wilson ~ Attorney General
WON Curtis Loftis ~ State Treasurer
WON Jeff Duncan ~ Congress 3rd D
WON Joe Wilson ~ Congress 2nd D
WON Mick Mulvaney ~ Congress
WON Nathan Ballentine ~ State House D-71
WON Rick Quinn ~ State House
WON Steve Moss ~ State House D-30
WON Tim Scott ~ Congress
WON Trey Gowdy ~ Congress 4th D

TENNESSEE
WON Chuck Fleischmann ~ Congress 3rd D
WON Marsha Blackburn ~ Congress 7th D
WON Scott Desjarlais ~ Congress4th D
WON Steve Fincher ~ Congress8th D

TEXAS
WON Bill Flores ~ Congress
WON Brian Birdwell ~ State Senate D-22
WON Cindy Burkett ~ State House D-101
WON David Dewhurst ~ Lt Governor
WON Erwin Cain ~ State House
WON George Lavender ~ State House D-1
WON Ken Paxton ~ State House
WON Phil King ~ State House
WON Todd Smith ~ State House D-92

VIRGINIA
WON Bill Bolling ~ Lt. Governor
WON Bob McDonnell ~ Governor
WON Ken Cuccinelli ~ Attorney General
WON Morgan Griffith ~ Congress 9th D
WON Scott Rigell ~ Congress 2nd D

WASHINGTON
NA John Koster ~ Congress 2nd D

FINAL RESULTS
WINS: 95
Losses: 21
NA: 11

Thanks so much bmk for doing this for me!!!! I was just wondering how I would get all the facts and figures put together to do the same.

It is really amazing how many wins there were, and how helpful the candidates must have each felt Huckabee's endorsement was. Even with the California losses and how liberal they voted there, I still liked that Huckabee endorsed some good candidates there. It must have given them some hope in a difficult environment for conservatives.

Just wondering, did you feel there were any major surprises and disappointments?

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 3:04 pm 
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maryrae wrote:
CNN has Rivera as the projected winner (53-42% of the vote with 100% precincts reporting).
http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2010/results/state/#FL

Thanks!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 03, 2010 4:10 pm 
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The Jane Hodoly race in Iowa was a loss.

These are great results across the nation. Especially when we know that Huckabee does not let the polls determine his endorsements but instead principles.

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In AR Justin Harris and Mark Darr both won. The last counties counted were in the NW corner which is strongly Rep. Jason Tolbert called the race for Darr 11 hours before the AP did because of that.


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I made a blog of this for ROS. They put it on the front page. Thanks to those who did all the work-as I just copied and pasted your great effort.

http://www.rightosphere.com/blog.php?us ... y_id=10801

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:55 am 
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Thanks for the info everyone!

The post looks good Debbie, except I counted a couple times and I think there are only 21 losses instead of 22.

I posted a comment as Anonymous (not sure if I even have an account there) in response to a couple others.
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There is a major difference between Huckabee and Romney with endorsements. First, they offer two totally different assets. Romney obviously offers money (which he is best at) and maybe some advising, but Huck does the legwork with offering his extensive grassroots networks and profile building through Facebook, Twitter, robocalls, etc. Not to mention Huck does more to GOTV.

Also, Huckabee has a more selective approach to endorsing. He doesn't do it for the statistics by endorsing everyone who is going to win. He uses his resources to maximize the impact on the actual candidates, not to maximize his political capital. Sure it may be politically smart to do it for the capital, but is it really how you build a true movement that will have an impact for years to come?

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I wasn't even aware that Huck had endorsed anyone from PA. until yesterday, but was quite happy to see that the two he did endorse both won! :) Pennsylvania has went from dark blue to bright red all in a day! :party

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bmk2307 wrote:
Thanks for the info everyone!

The post looks good Debbie, except I counted a couple times and I think there are only 21 losses instead of 22.

I posted a comment as Anonymous (not sure if I even have an account there) in response to a couple others.
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There is a major difference between Huckabee and Romney with endorsements. First, they offer two totally different assets. Romney obviously offers money (which he is best at) and maybe some advising, but Huck does the legwork with offering his extensive grassroots networks and profile building through Facebook, Twitter, robocalls, etc. Not to mention Huck does more to GOTV.

Also, Huckabee has a more selective approach to endorsing. He doesn't do it for the statistics by endorsing everyone who is going to win. He uses his resources to maximize the impact on the actual candidates, not to maximize his political capital. Sure it may be politically smart to do it for the capital, but is it really how you build a true movement that will have an impact for years to come?


Thanks again, bmk and Debbie for getting this to the rightosphere blog. Huckabee's influence needs more publicity, I would think.

Here is my (also Anonymous) post:
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I would say that directly because of Gov. Huckabee's efforts, Arkansas has become a two-party state for the first time in over 100 years. Please note that in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia, Missouri, Virginia, and several others, ALL HuckPAC endorsed candidates won.

Whose endorsement would every conservative candidate want most? Seems it would be Huckabee's, not for his wealth but for his tireless work in campaigning for them (ten stops a week in the last weeks), his public visibility, announcements, Robo calls, etc., but also in the behind-the-scene force of the HuckPAC grassroots phone bank, etc. Huckabee is a valuable friend of conservative Republicans, to say the least.

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bmk2307 wrote:
Thanks for the info everyone!

The post looks good Debbie, except I counted a couple times and I think there are only 21 losses instead of 22.

I posted a comment as Anonymous (not sure if I even have an account there) in response to a couple others.


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This election cycle Huck PAC endorsed 126 candidates at all levels of government: Governorships, US Senate, US House, State Senate and House seats – all the way down to County Clerk. Huck PAC candidates were victorious in 94 races, came up short in 25 and 7 are still too close to call.

http://www.huckpac.com/?Fuseaction=Blogs.View&Blog_id=3299

Any clue where the differences are?

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bmk2307 wrote:
Thanks for the info everyone!

The post looks good Debbie, except I counted a couple times and I think there are only 21 losses instead of 22.

I posted a comment as Anonymous (not sure if I even have an account there) in response to a couple others.


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This election cycle Huck PAC endorsed 126 candidates at all levels of government: Governorships, US Senate, US House, State Senate and House seats – all the way down to County Clerk. Huck PAC candidates were victorious in 94 races, came up short in 25 and 7 are still too close to call.

http://www.huckpac.com/?Fuseaction=Blogs.View&Blog_id=3299

Any clue where the differences are?

I saw that a couple days ago, but just didn't have time to check into as I was gone all weekend. I didn't see a list of the outcomes from Huck's site, so I am not sure. However, there were a couple of races that I decided to call because it seemed a sure thing, but I could have been mistaken. I would probably go with their results. I will try to go through the races again tomorrow and see what I can come up with.

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bmk2307 wrote:
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bmk2307 wrote:
Thanks for the info everyone!

The post looks good Debbie, except I counted a couple times and I think there are only 21 losses instead of 22.

I posted a comment as Anonymous (not sure if I even have an account there) in response to a couple others.


HuckPAC says:
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This election cycle Huck PAC endorsed 126 candidates at all levels of government: Governorships, US Senate, US House, State Senate and House seats – all the way down to County Clerk. Huck PAC candidates were victorious in 94 races, came up short in 25 and 7 are still too close to call.

http://www.huckpac.com/?Fuseaction=Blogs.View&Blog_id=3299

Any clue where the differences are?

I saw that a couple days ago, but just didn't have time to check into as I was gone all weekend. I didn't see a list of the outcomes from Huck's site, so I am not sure. However, there were a couple of races that I decided to call because it seemed a sure thing, but I could have been mistaken. I would probably go with their results. I will try to go through the races again tomorrow and see what I can come up with.


Brett, if you could go through the results again it would be a tremendous service!! I am very curious to know how this turns out. It would be good to have an exact score, as his positive endorsements can be a tremendous rallying point for Huckabee.

Romney has the wealth to "buy" loyalty through endorsements, but as we saw on this weekend's Huckabee show, Governor Huckabee will work for his endorsed candidates to the end. The Miller/Murkowski race in Alaska will be undecided until the 10th at least, when the 80,000+ write-in votes will be individually counted, as well as the 30,000+ absentee votes. Huckabee on his show asked that people send donations to Miller's campaign to fight against the voter fraud and dirty politics going on there.

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Just went through them again, and I am still confused. In my original count I had added Bolling, McDonnell, and Cuccinelli in from Virginia (all wins), and I am thinking Huckpac did not. But I also discovered that one labeled LOSS is actually in a runoff (Kelly Boyd Ark), which brings my total to:

95 Wins (1 extra)
21 Losses (4 shy)
8 NA (1 extra)
for a total of 124 (2 shy)

It could be that the list is missing a person, or an extra person is in there, I don't know. I might just be going crazy though.

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bmk2307 wrote:
Just went through them again, and I am still confused. In my original count I had added Bolling, McDonnell, and Cuccinelli in from Virginia (all wins), and I am thinking Huckpac did not. But I also discovered that one labeled LOSS is actually in a runoff, which brings my total to:

95 Wins (1 extra)
21 Losses (4 shy)
8 NA (1 extra)
for a total of 124 (2 shy)

It could be that the list is missing a person, or an extra person is in there, I don't know. I might just be going crazy though.


Brett, thanks for your efforts, but please do not drive yourself crazy :!: :lol:

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