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Map of 10 Vulnerable Democrat Seats for 2014

Home - by - January 17, 2013 - 09:15 America/New_York - 14 Comments

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I know it seems like a long time away, but the 2014 election will be here before we know it.

We have an excellent opportunity to take back the Senate and severely hamstring Obama’s statist schemes for the last 2 years of his 2nd term. We need to take 6 seats currently held by Democrats, and they have many more seats up for election in 2014 than Republicans do.

Here are the targets*:

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» 14 Comments

  1. Unruly Refugee

    January 17th, 2013

    Prior needs to go. Boozman is the only politician I trust in Arkansas. He is a good man and has replied to many letters regarding important issues.

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  2. IOpian

    January 17th, 2013

    Whatever you do… don’t targeting these vulnerable seats on them or refer to them as battleground states… the cognitive-challenged may take it as a threat.

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  3. Claudia

    January 17th, 2013

    Please, Minnesota; get rid of Stuart Smalley!

    Unfortunately I don’t think that will happen. After all, he got the job due to voter fraud. That will happen again because voter fraud caused the voter ID to not pass. And damn, if voter fraud didn’t turn over congress to the dems.

    I hate this blue state politics.

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  4. MM

    January 17th, 2013

    If we reelect Udall in CO, I swear to God I’m outta here-whoever gets our nomination, I will work my ass off for them

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  5. MNHawk

    January 17th, 2013

    Harkin, Frankin vulnerable? Paleezzee.

    Harkin can do the Lewinsky to a Marxist dictator and still get 60+% of the vote. Harkin can claim an abandoned home as his Iowa address and still get 60+% of the vote. Harkin ain’t going anywhere.

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  6. Michael Haltman

    January 17th, 2013

    I used the picture and linked to you at The Political Commentator. Thanks.

    Mike

    Michael Haltman
    The Political Commentator
    New York, New York
    Twitter: @ThePoliticalCom

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  7. Boobie the Rocket Dog

    January 17th, 2013

    Rockefeller has stated he’s retiring, but then he IS a lying DemocRAT.

    We need to replace Election Supervisors and Secretaries of State as much as US Senators.

    That’s what George Soreass did and it worked.

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  8. Tim

    January 17th, 2013

    Got to agree, Boobie.

    Unless and until we stop the election fraud – the elections are meaningless.

    They only had to steal a tad in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Colorado, and Florida to take the whole enchilada.

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  9. Stirrin the B.S.

    January 17th, 2013

    Where are the crosshairs on our targets?

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  10. Edith McCrotch

    January 17th, 2013

    Kay Hagen is history in NC no matter what bullshit she says she has done or will do.

    She already is trumpeting about how she helped create jobs but doesn’t say exactly where and what kind of jobs…a true progressive political lying pearl clutcher.

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  11. AbigailAdams

    January 17th, 2013

    If Elizabeth “I’m an Indian” What’shername can be reelected, we know what we’re up against. We have to fight fire with fire and I thought I’d never say this, but do the ends-justifies-the-means tactics on every single one of these Leftists. Every one of them — not just the vulnerable seats.

    Don’t wait to hear who the GOP candidate is, get out there and find a tea party group and start figuring out who your candidate is. Walk your precincts, join the most local orgs you can, like the service orgs and local community groups, churches, etc. Shake a lot of hands, get to know your neighbors and start developing their trust in your opinion. We have to start now. It won’t work to get involved after the candidate is named or by just sending a few bucks to their campaign.

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  12. Marqsheb

    January 17th, 2013

    We need to be sure we get good solid conservatives who can talk without putting their feet in their mouths!

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  13. serfer62

    January 17th, 2013

    Hey! You left out gramesty!!!

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  14. Blink

    January 17th, 2013

    BtRD – you’re correct. Rockefeller has said he is going to retire. I hope he follows through and fades away fast.

    Congressman Nick Rahall is just as big a POS as Rockefeller and Nicky is going to run for Rockefeller’s old spot. By running against Congressman Shelly Moore Capito(R). Maybe we’ll get lucky and be rid of Rocky and Nicky too if Shelly wins. Very unlikely that someone not a demorat would win Rahall’s current district. But at least it will be someone new.

    With a little extra luck and long term memory, people will remember Joe Manchin becoming Obama and the left’s messenger boy for gun control and kick him out.

    Kieth Morgan President of WVCDL was on 58 WCHS radio yesterday, audio is on youtube, and he talked about his meeting with Manchin.

    Kieth thought he could save Manchin by showing him the error of his anti-gum messenger boy antics. Manchin is a very slow learner. Keith thought Manchin was sincere in complete lack of knowledge of the original intent of the second amendment and not interested on learning the real reason for restricting government from interfering with the right to be armed.

    Furthermore Manchin seemed to have no concern about wvcdl protesting at any future Manchin public events, such as fund raisers. I think Manchin is confident his status as anti-gun messenger-boy will get him funding from outside the state so he wont have to worry much about what his constitutes think and he can stay in office till he becomes more senile than he is now. Joe Manchin the Elmer Fudd Senator.

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