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Jersey Architect Of Obamacare Repeal JETTISONED!!!

November 7, 2018

 

"When Republican Rep. Tom MacArthur took on the responsibility of creating the amendment that allowed Trumpcare to push through, he thought that pretending he was a bipartisan type of guy would immunize him from his own betrayed constituents. He was wrong. Rep. MacArthur has literally tried to run away from questions surrounding his part in the ACA repeal attempts. Veteran and Rhodes scholar Andy Kim stepped up to run against MacArthur."

 

 

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Defended His Lesbian Moms;

Elected IOWA STATE SENATOR At 27!!

November 7, 2018

 

"Seven years ago, Zach Wahls went viral for delivering a passionate speech defending his lesbian moms in front of the Iowa House of Representatives. He was virtually unknown in 2011, when he spoke out in support of same-sex marriage and used his mom's loving relationship as a personal example. Now, in a significant victory over his opponent, Carl Krambeck, a Libertarian, Wahls is a state lawmaker."

 

 

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Major Victory For Voting Rights In Florida

November 6, 2018

 

"We’ve got to take joy where we can, and Election Day’s given us one very remarkable cause for joy in Florida: Amendment 4 has restored voting rights to 1.5 million people by ending a policy that permanently deprived people convicted of felonies of their right to vote—a policy you’ll find in just three other states.

 

Until now, Floridians have had to wait at least five years after release or the end of parole or probation, whichever comes latest, to even apply for re-enfranchisement. Now, it’s only Floridians whose felonies involve murder or sex crimes who’ll still be subject to this restrictive policy. Check out Stephen Wolf’s terrific explanation of the horrifying roots of this form of disenfranchisement.

 

Again, that’s 1.5 million people in Florida who just won recognition of their personhood and the prerogative to exercise their right to vote.

 

It’s a huge victory for those Floridians, but also a significant achievement for those fighting for voting rights nationwide. Florida Rights Restoration Commission gathered more than 1 million signatures just to get it on the ballot. The effort behind Amendment 4 was Herculean. But it was also bipartisan: Both Ben & Jerry’s and the Koch Brothers were also supporters."

 

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"On the night of the election, McSally held a narrow lead of about one percent. But about a million mail-in and early ballots had to be counted, and Sinema took the lead the next day. The Associated Press called the race for Sinema on November 12, 2018, and McSally conceded that day.

 

Sinema became the first Democrat to win a U.S. Senate seat in Arizona since 1988 when former Democratic senator Dennis DeConcini last ran for and won reelection to his third and final term in this seat."

 

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Yeah, the dems love the early mailins and the write-ins.  That is where they love to forge names and send in dead people, etc., etc., etc.   No wonder they win close elections.  Oh, here is a million votes we didn't count.  Where did they come from.  Who cares, start counting.  Oh, we counted 999,000 dems, and 1,000 republican.  Good then we win.  Carry on.

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"On November 6, 2018, Tony Evers defeated Scott Walker in the general election.  After the 2018 election, the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature met in a lame-duck session and, three weeks before Evers took office, passed legislation to reduce the powers of the incoming governor and attorney general. The legislature also enacted legislation to restricting voting rights, including limits on early voting in Wisconsin and restrictions on the use of student identification cards as acceptable identification for voters. Walker signed all the legislation into law, over Evers's strong objections. The move was "widely criticized as a power play" and challenged as unconstitutional in four lawsuits variously filed by Evers, other Wisconsin Democrats, and labor unions. The changes to Wisconsin voting laws were struck down by a federal court.

 

In February 2019 Evers withdrew Wisconsin National Guard forces from the border with Mexico, where President Donald Trump had called for a "national emergency." Evers said, "There is simply not ample evidence to support the president's contention that there exists a national security crisis at our Southwestern border. Therefore, there is no justification for the ongoing presence of Wisconsin National Guard personnel at the border."

 

In February 2019 Evers's administration prepared a budget proposal that included proposals to legalize the medical use of marijuana for patients with certain conditions, upon the recommendation from a physician or practitioner. Evers also proposed to decriminalize the possession or distribution of 25 grams or less of marijuana in Wisconsin and to repeal the requirement that users of cannabidiol obtain a physician's certification every year. Evers's marijuana proposals were opposed by Republican leaders in the Legislature.

 

In March 2019 Evers replaced 82 appointments that Walker made in December 2018 (during the lame-duck legislative session) after a Wisconsin judge ruled that the confirmation of those appointees during the lame-duck legislative session violated the Wisconsin constitution.

 

As of August 2019, Evers had a 54% approval rating among Wisconsin residents."

 

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Yeah, the dems love the early mailins and the write-ins.  That is where they love to forge names and send in dead people, etc., etc., etc.   No wonder they win close elections.  Oh, here is a million votes we didn't count.  Where did they come from.  Who cares, start counting.  Oh, we counted 999,000 dems, and 1,000 republican.  Good then we win.  Carry on.

 

 

 

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