2018 Primaries - CUCKWATCH

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It's been a huge failure on our part that we haven't meme'd black twitter into seeing half of what Hispanics say about them. I know it's easy to imply "they know they disagree on stuff" but black people online live in a very tiny bubble of content and honestly don't see most of this.
La Raza Spanish language twitter is very racist. I was reading it the other day as Spanish practice, they have all sorts of skin color memes and so forth, just like frog twitter, except they hate both blacks and gringos, probably hate blacks more.
 
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"Democrats and Republicans are running neck and neck in Nevada’s key contests for U.S. Senate and governor, according to a new NBC News/Marist poll of the state released Tuesday, four weeks before Election Day.

In the Senate race — one of the Democrats’ best pick-up opportunities in their bid to win control of that chamber — incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller gets support from 46 percent of likely voters, while Democratic challenger Jacky Rosen gets 44 percent.

When the matchup is expanded to include the Libertarian candidate and “none of these candidates,” which is an option on the Nevada ballot, Heller continues to lead by 2 points, 44 percent to 42 percent.

Both results are well within the poll’s margin of error of plus-minus 5.5 percentage points for likely voters.

“This is the only Senate contest in the nation where a Republican is seeking re-election in a state Hillary Clinton carried in 2016,” said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, which conducted this poll. “But it’s still anybody’s guess whether Nevada can boost the Democrats’ chances of achieving a Senate majority or break them.”

Inside the head-to-head numbers, Heller leads among likely Republican voters (90 percent to 5 percent), men (54 percent to 38 percent), whites (48 percent to 44 percent) and independents (42 percent to 39 percent).

Rosen, meanwhile, has the advantage with Democrats (89 percent to 8 percent), Latinos (54 percent to 38 percent) and women (50 percent to 39 percent).

Rosen is ahead in Clark County (Las Vegas) by 11 points, 50 percent to 39 percent. But Heller leads by 26 points in Washoe County (Reno), 60 percent to 34 percent.

In the gubernatorial contest, Republican Adam Laxalt gets support from 46 percent of likely voters, compared with 45 percent for Democrat Steve Sisolak. When the ballot is expanded to include the Libertarian candidate and “none of these,” Laxalt’s advantage grows to 4 points, 44 percent to 40 percent."
 
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Just got back from the campaign event. There were Soros agents out protesting so a group of went out and counter protested. I did some shit talking and shitlording. The event itself didn't last long but I did get to take a picture with Laxalt and the guest speaker, Susana Martinez former governor of New Mexico. A good mix of youth and boomers. There was a 10 year old kid out shitlording to the protesters hard.

For any single guys looking to find some single QTs, I recommend going to a GOP office hosting a campaign event. Lots of young good looking girls out.
 
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