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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:28 am 
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I realize there is an elections discussion thread already but I thought we could post final results for Huck PAC candidates here so we wouldn't have to wade through discussion to see them all.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 11:25 am 
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Huckabee lending help in Alaska Senate race

Associated Press - November 1, 2010 8:04 PM ET

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Add Mike Huckabee to the list of names lending voice in Alaska's Senate race.

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The former Arkansas governor is making robocalls for GOP nominee Joe Miller, according to Miller's campaign.

Miller's racked up a list of conservative endorsements as he seeks to fend off Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Democrat Scott McAdams. The most prominent of these has been Sarah Palin, who headlined a rally for Miller last week in Anchorage. He's also gotten money from Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's Freedom First PAC. Pawlenty, like Palin, is mentioned as a potential 2012 presidential contender.

Both Murkowski and McAdams are voicing robocalls for their respective campaigns, and former President Bill Clinton did a call for McAdams over the weekend. http://www.wxvt.com/Global/story.asp?S=13425956

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Thank you Iowans Rock. I love the idea of having a Huck Pac Candidates thread as well as the Election Results thread. Great idea!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 1:55 pm 
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Just saw this on NRO:

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November 2, 2010 10:49 A.M.
By Robert Costa

Via the New York Times, a snapshot from rush hour in Anchorage on Monday:

As well as this:

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The DOJ Changes Its Tune, Preclears Alaska Write-in List
November 2, 2010 9:50 A.M.
By Hans A. von Spakovsky

Late on Monday, the Justice Department precleared under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act the decision of the Alaska Supreme Court to authorize election officials to provide voters with a list of write-in candidates in the Miller–Murkowski Senate race. As a result, the federal lawsuit that was filed on Saturday was dropped.

As KTUU News reported, Kevin Clarkson, the attorney for the plaintiffs in the federal lawsuit, expressed his surprise at the preclearance, since it directly conflicted with DOJ’s actions last year in Kinston, N.C., when it objected to the removal of party affiliation because it would diminish the ability of minority voters to elect their candidate of choice. As Clarkson said, “It’s astonishing because it’s so quick, I don’t think in the history of the Department of Justice voting rights section, they’ve done this before, but it’s also astonishing because it contradicts a position the DOJ has taken in the past.”

Clarkson is correct on all counts, but what do you expect from the most politicized Justice Department in history?

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/25 ... -spakovsky

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What does that all mean exactly?


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Two of the candidates that HuckPAC has endorsed have already won. Tom Graves in GA-9 is unopposed. Curtis Loftis for State Treasurer in South Carolina also is unopposed after the primary if I am correct.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:17 pm 
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Please check out this complete (I think) list of HuckPAC endorsements at http://www.forum.hucksarmy.com/search.php?search_id=active_topics
This morning I thought I would go to the HuckPAC website and type up all the endorsements, little realizing that it would amount to 123 names and take me all morning to compile!


So, in the interest of your time, I hope you find this list useful. If you find errors in spelling or district numbers, etc., please PM me and I will try to correct them. For some time I have been looking for a complete list. It is rather astounding how many races that Gov. Huckabee has chosen to endorse, from state house races to agriculture secretary to delegate elector to Senate and House races. I counted also six Governor races where he is endorsing.

If you would, could you each keep up on your own state's HuckPAC races and post the results here? Arkansas, Iowa, Texas, and Florida members have a lot to watch! Sorry, SteveS, that your candidate from Maine did not make it on the list. Mine didn't either.

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Because of the number of races and the fact that about 20-25 of them are very competitive and therefore will probably generate discussion, I would recommend that individual races be given their own thread. We could keep this one going for general discussion and tallying up the win/losses.

Or we could do a separate thread for each state in which the Governor endorsed a candidate.

Anyone agree?


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 5:34 pm 
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Steadfast wrote:
Because of the number of races and the fact that about 20-25 of them are very competitive and therefore will probably generate discussion, I would recommend that individual races be given their own thread. We could keep this one going for general discussion and tallying up the win/losses.

Or we could do a separate thread for each state in which the Governor endorsed a candidate.

Anyone agree?


I think it would be nice to have, for instance, you as "steadfast" to start a thread on the Indiana races, as there are quite a few. Also the states like California, Texas, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Arkansas, Florida are very significant and have lots of important races. Could we have HA writers from these states for these? (Or, if you think your state has note-worthy candidate(s) you could start one with less names.)

I envisioned maybe we could have one thread just for Governors, for instance. Or for Senate races. Or for Congress. That's partly why I used the color-coding on my list of HuckPAC candidates. Or we could analyze those divisions from other threads and bring everything together by category here.

Maybe our moderators can advise us on this. :?:

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I'd hate for things to get separated out too much - I like the "cocktail party" feel of all of us being in more or less the same place on the forum! :lol:


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QuoVadisAnima wrote:
I'd hate for things to get separated out too much - I like the "cocktail party" feel of all of us being in more or less the same place on the forum! :lol:


I see your point. We are "party animals" in one sense. :P

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During the primaries we separated out the individual races/states and it seemed to work. I just think it will get really hard to stay on topic otherwise.

Indiana is coming up so I will start that.


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Are we going to have 50 separate threads going? That seems unweildy...


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Just saw this on Alaska:

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Murkowski's husband in voting booth: 'Hon, how do you spell your last name?'

Published: November 2nd, 2010 02:17 PM
Last Modified: November 2nd, 2010 02:18 PM

New York Times reporter William Yardley was in Girdwood this morning as the Murkowski family showed up at the poll to, presumably, write in the incumbent's name on their ballots. First, Sen. Lisa Murkowski left her ID in the car and sent her son to retrieve it; then, as they voted, Murkowski's husband, Verne Martell, joked from his booth, "Hon, how do you spell your last name?"

I still think that Joe Miller is going to win.

I don't think we will know until tomorrow though.


Read more: http://www.adn.com/2010/11/02/1532225/m ... z14ANw35jG

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Michigan:
HP Endorsed 4th District Camp Wins
HP Endorsed 5th District Kuipec losing 46-51 (21%)

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:36 pm 
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Huck PAC endorsed Chuck Grassley has won reelection in the Sentate. Former Governor Brandstadt has won again against current Governor Culver. He, however, was not endorsed by Huck PAC (but was by Palin).


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justgrace wrote:
Please check out this complete (I think) list of HuckPAC endorsements at http://www.forum.hucksarmy.com/search.php?search_id=active_topics
This morning I thought I would go to the HuckPAC website and type up all the endorsements, little realizing that it would amount to 123 names and take me all morning to compile!


So, in the interest of your time, I hope you find this list useful.

All this link pulls up is the general forum of "View Active Topics."

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All-in-for-Mike wrote:
justgrace wrote:
Please check out this complete (I think) list of HuckPAC endorsements at http://www.forum.hucksarmy.com/search.php?search_id=active_topics
This morning I thought I would go to the HuckPAC website and type up all the endorsements, little realizing that it would amount to 123 names and take me all morning to compile!


So, in the interest of your time, I hope you find this list useful.

All this link pulls up is the general forum of "View Active Topics."


Sorry, you must click on "Candidates" at the top. I don't know if that is accessible only to HuckPAC members.

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Jamie Dupree tweeted this morning:
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Like 1994, 3 Committee Chairs lost last night - Oberstar-Transportation, Skelton-Armed Services and Spratt-Budget


All three GOP challengers were Huck PAC candidates...again showing that Gov. Huckabee was not just involved in the big high profile races.


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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
WON Justin Harris ~ State House D-87
WON Keith Crass ~ State House D-24
LOST Kelly Boyd ~ State House D-61
WON 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
WON 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
LOST 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: 98
Losses: 21
NA: 7

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