Warnock vs. Walker Run-Off Election Thread

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Good luck :yeshrug:Not really into voting for a man who has to go to a runoff to defeat Buckwheat. :unimpressed: Especially with you Democrat brownnosing c00ns trying to scapegoat black men already for if Warnock loses :camby:
man i havent felt this satisfied negging a post since the last time that clown @Da King posted
 

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A werewolf can kill a vampire. Did you know that? :jbhmm::mjlol:

Like I said, if you can't beat Walker in a regular election, I'm not that confident that you should be in the Senate.
people that vote for walker would vote for a flaming bag of dog shyt if it was running against a "liberal" lets be honest

this aint on the good reverend.. americans are just that shytty
 

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The right wing georgia supreme court filled of republicans will overturn the order and block weekend voting, they are do desperate guys, this is their last stand and they will put up every vile trick in the book to disenfranchise black and poor voters so herschel can win. I am begging folks to go out and vote, NOV 28TH is the early voting start, dec 6 is election day. We cant let them just take folks vote away like that. If your ideas are right you wont be weary of the voters
 

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The right wing georgia supreme court filled of republicans will overturn the order and block weekend voting, they are do desperate guys, this is their last stand and they will put up every vile trick in the book to disenfranchise black and poor voters so herschel can win. I am begging folks to go out and vote, NOV 28TH is the early voting start, dec 6 is election day. We cant let them just take folks vote away like that. If your ideas are right you wont be weary of the voters
 

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The shyt about his family business getting aired out by bite the democrats in the ass.

Dude is a c00n..but I think older folks see airing out business like that as dirty.

And might rally around that..feel sympathy for him..his bumbling uneducated self ..the heartland cacs...they understand that ,not threatened by it.


Those same people will be cheering for Joe Biden to be impeached because of his son Hunter

fukk them and their veil of hypocrisy
 
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Former President Barack Obama will be campaigning for Warnock right before the runoff!


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Obama to campaign for Warnock on Dec. 1 before Ga. runoff​


Former President Barack Obama will campaign again for Sen. Raphael Warnock as the Georgia Democrat tries to withstand a strong challenge from Republican Herschel Walker

November 21, 2022, 10:09 AM

ATLANTA -- Former President Barack Obama, reprising his battleground blitz ahead of the midterm elections, will campaign again for Sen. Raphael Warnock as the Georgia Democrat tries to withstand a strong challenge from Republican Herschel Walker before their Dec. 6 runoff.

Obama’s return trip to Georgia is scheduled for Dec. 1, the eve of the final day of early in-person voting that has proven critical to Democrats in recent years, including Warnock’s runoff special election victory nearly two years ago. Obama first appeared with Warnock in late October during the general election early voting period.

Warnock led Walker by about 36,000 votes in the general election but fell short of a majority, triggering a runoff under Georgia law.

Obama is the only significant national Democrat to campaign in person for Warnock, who has spent much of his reelection bid aiming for independent voters and even moderate Republicans, in addition to Democrats’ core supporters. Republicans, in turn, have sought to frame the race more as a national referendum on the two parties, tying Warnock to President Joe Biden and generationally high inflation.

Democrats managed to defend their Senate majority, already securing 50 seats -- along with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote -- and managing to limit Republicans to a threadbare majority in the House. But Georgia remains a key seat because a 51st senator would give Democrats an outright majority, including on Senate committees, while giving the caucus insurance against defections.

Warnock and other Democrats around the country embraced Obama as well-positioned to carry the party’s banner because he remains intensely popular among the Democratic base and is still well-regarded among independents.

Trying to capitalize on that standing before the general election, Obama took on the GOP framing of voters’ midterm choice, arguing that Republicans were offering no real solutions to inflation that the former president stressed is a global phenomenon, not something that Biden and Democrats in Washington created. Obama also called Republicans a threat to democracy, pointing to many GOP leaders’ continued support for former President Donald Trump and his false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent.

In Georgia specifically, Obama hammered Walker, a celebrity athlete turned politician, as woefully unprepared for the Senate, an argument Warnock is pressing both in his campaign speeches and in paid advertising.

Walker has welcomed a parade of national Republican figures, including multiple visits from Sens. Rick Scott of Florida, the GOP's Senate campaign chairman, and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. But he has not appeared with Trump, despite their long-running friendship and the former president encouraging Walker to run and then endorsing him.

Most early in-person voting for the runoff is expected to occur from Nov. 28 through Dec. 2, the week prior to the runoff Election Day. Some counties plan to open early voting sites as early as Tuesday, but many counties said they couldn't manage that in the days ahead of Thanksgiving. A state judge last week granted Democrats' request to allow early voting on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, though state officials have appealed. It's not clear how many local elections offices would be able to mobilize to stand up early sites on the holiday weekend even if they are allowed to do so.
 

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Former President Barack Obama will be campaigning for Warnock right before the runoff!


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Obama to campaign for Warnock on Dec. 1 before Ga. runoff​


Former President Barack Obama will campaign again for Sen. Raphael Warnock as the Georgia Democrat tries to withstand a strong challenge from Republican Herschel Walker

November 21, 2022, 10:09 AM

ATLANTA -- Former President Barack Obama, reprising his battleground blitz ahead of the midterm elections, will campaign again for Sen. Raphael Warnock as the Georgia Democrat tries to withstand a strong challenge from Republican Herschel Walker before their Dec. 6 runoff.

Obama’s return trip to Georgia is scheduled for Dec. 1, the eve of the final day of early in-person voting that has proven critical to Democrats in recent years, including Warnock’s runoff special election victory nearly two years ago. Obama first appeared with Warnock in late October during the general election early voting period.

Warnock led Walker by about 36,000 votes in the general election but fell short of a majority, triggering a runoff under Georgia law.

Obama is the only significant national Democrat to campaign in person for Warnock, who has spent much of his reelection bid aiming for independent voters and even moderate Republicans, in addition to Democrats’ core supporters. Republicans, in turn, have sought to frame the race more as a national referendum on the two parties, tying Warnock to President Joe Biden and generationally high inflation.

Democrats managed to defend their Senate majority, already securing 50 seats -- along with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote -- and managing to limit Republicans to a threadbare majority in the House. But Georgia remains a key seat because a 51st senator would give Democrats an outright majority, including on Senate committees, while giving the caucus insurance against defections.

Warnock and other Democrats around the country embraced Obama as well-positioned to carry the party’s banner because he remains intensely popular among the Democratic base and is still well-regarded among independents.

Trying to capitalize on that standing before the general election, Obama took on the GOP framing of voters’ midterm choice, arguing that Republicans were offering no real solutions to inflation that the former president stressed is a global phenomenon, not something that Biden and Democrats in Washington created. Obama also called Republicans a threat to democracy, pointing to many GOP leaders’ continued support for former President Donald Trump and his false claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent.

In Georgia specifically, Obama hammered Walker, a celebrity athlete turned politician, as woefully unprepared for the Senate, an argument Warnock is pressing both in his campaign speeches and in paid advertising.

Walker has welcomed a parade of national Republican figures, including multiple visits from Sens. Rick Scott of Florida, the GOP's Senate campaign chairman, and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. But he has not appeared with Trump, despite their long-running friendship and the former president encouraging Walker to run and then endorsing him.

Most early in-person voting for the runoff is expected to occur from Nov. 28 through Dec. 2, the week prior to the runoff Election Day. Some counties plan to open early voting sites as early as Tuesday, but many counties said they couldn't manage that in the days ahead of Thanksgiving. A state judge last week granted Democrats' request to allow early voting on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, though state officials have appealed. It's not clear how many local elections offices would be able to mobilize to stand up early sites on the holiday weekend even if they are allowed to do so.

Dems confident then. And thank god. They clearly should have sent Obama to more places a couple weeks ago on election day, but played it safe. He went to Pennsylvania to campaign...dems won massively there. He campaigned in Michigan...dems won massively there. They sent him on a last minute Wisconsin trip and while the dem governor won, the democrat senate candidate barely lost.

Republicans spent years sucking Trump's dikk and taking Ls. Meanwhile dems tried to throw Obama under the bus in 2014 and then shat on him in 2016...in fact the only guy on that debate stage who spoke positively of Obama was Biden. Guess who won the nomination lol. Time to admit...this is still largely Obama's party. He's still the most talented asset democrats have. So use him, wisely.
 
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