Primary Day! SC, CA, NV, AR and more…

Update: More from Sean Trende at RCP on why Reid is going down to whomever the NV voters run against him:

(…) in polling terms, Reid is a dead man walking no matter who he faces. In the past two months, he’s polled a 37, 39, 39, 42, and 42 against Lowden. His numbers against Tarkanian are 41, 41, 43 and 39, while his numbers against Angle are 40, 42, 43, and 41. The only numbers that change are voters flipping between Lowden/Tarkanian/Angle and undecided.

…In the end, regardless of whether the Republican nominee is Angle, Tarkanian, Lowden, or even Brian Nadell, this will be a referendum on Harry Reid and the Obama Administration. Right now, that referendum doesn’t look so good for Reid against any of the potential Republicans.

We are pulling for Nikki Haley, Carly, Meg, and Sue Lowden (if Sharron Angle can beat Harry Reid we are all for that too!) We are hoping Blanche Lincoln beats Halter (that FDL SEIU toady), but we expect to be rooting for the GOP across the board come November…

RedState will be covering all the primaries and Moe Lane advises you take a camera if you can to report any shenanigans, (ESPECIALLY SC and that is from me)…

…According to RCP, we’ve got primaries in California, Iowa, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Virginia.  The news has been dominated by California’s, Nevada’s, and of course South Carolina’s – but they’re all important, so if you’re a voter in that state, hie yourselves and any reliable Republican voters within reach to a polling station.  You can let the Democrats in your life sleep in, particularly in New Jersey and Virginia….

in the Dem primaries in 08 TPTB took our cameras away leaving Big Dawg railing in NV and thousands of us calling the DNS raging about SC and later NC shenanigans but to no avail…

Let the people be heard! Vote baby, vote like the wind! With a big enough margin there is simply NO ROOM for any shenanigans to make a difference…

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June 8, 2010. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Politics, Popular Culture.

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