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Big Bad Scrapple Level: 151 Posts: 3074/6996 EXP: 43022131 For next: 274445 Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 8 days Last activity: 13 hours # 1 Posted on 4.6.04 0041.47 Reposted on: 4.6.11 0042.03 Click Here (story.news.yahoo.com) Can anyone with a more in-depth knowledge of US Congress analyze this for me? If it were anywhere but South Dakota, a traditionally strong Republican state, I wouldn't have paid much attention. Is this really a sign of an election trend or is it a one-time thing? Promote this thread!
Grimis Scrapple Level: 127 Posts: 3268/4700 EXP: 23273670 For next: 452961 Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 1999 days Last activity: 454 days # 2 Posted on 4.6.04 0742.13 Reposted on: 4.6.11 0744.12 This is a one-time thing: 1. Herseth had a ridiculously high name recognition because of her family background. 2. Herseth nearly blew a thirty-point lead in the polls and only won by two. I'd say if the election were held next week, Diedrich would've won. 3. The Daschle/Thune Senate race is going to be brutal and drag both Herseth and Diedrich into the fray. Given the money that GOP groups are going to pour into SD, it'll probably give Diedrich a push.
DrDirt Banger Level: 99 Posts: 776/2730 EXP: 9844439 For next: 155596 Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 124 days Last activity: 1 day # 3 Posted on 4.6.04 0759.10 Reposted on: 4.6.11 0759.11 Special elections like this are always touted of "showing" trends but seldom do.
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