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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Current Washington wisdom  — in the wake of the two party conventions — tells us that the presidential race is essentially tied, but that’s not what we’re seeing. Leaving Tampa the Republicans got no bounce, having advanced two points or so on the earlier choice of Paul Ryan as their vice presidential nominee. By contrast, the question for Democrats isn’t whether Charlotte lifted their nominee, but how much — and how the consolidation of constituency groups behind Obama, influenced by that confident, inspiring spectacle, will shape the race in the weeks ahead. So — how big a bounce? Between James and me, there is now a wager on the table…

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3 responses to “Measuring That Charlotte Bounce — And How It Will Shape The Election”

  1. We must keep talking about Romney’s tactics at Bain Cap. and yes, he must release more taxes ASAP!

  2. We must keep up the resistance to voter suppression so the Republicans are not able to steal another election. Remember 2000 & 2004.

  3. America is in for a “Relaps” with a GOP ticket….more than likely…worse than before!
    Voter suppression, higher taxation for the Middle Class, covering for evaders, distortion of the facts to name a few, and lastly, insulting the intelligence of prospective voters and buying this election….What will the R/R ticket try to pull next?

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