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I want you to #VoteBlueEveryElection. I will tweet out when major elections happen, such as odd year and special elections. Instead of focusing on turning Texas blue, I will focus more on the smaller elections because that's where we can run up the score. Follow me to learn more.
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If there is magically a special election in Texas's 28th district because of a new Cuellar scandal that is serious enough for him to be forced to resign in disgrace, Jessica Cisneros should run. She could take that seat early.
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If there is magically a special election in Texas's 28th district because of a new Cuellar scandal that is serious enough for him to be forced to resign in disgrace, Jessica Cisneros should run. She could take that seat early.
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Yes, this hypothetical special election would expose a Republican pickup opportunity, especially if Cisneros runs. But it's worth it because Republicans already hold the House and it would be a test on whether Cisneros could win.
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This probably won't happen, so she should primary him in 2024.
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National Democrats should invest 100% of their presidential battleground state funding into Texas. There is no chance Democrats lose the Electoral College (or popular vote) if they carry Texas in 2024. CC: @TheDemocrats @JoeBiden @joncoopertweets @BetoORourke
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NEW: Our 2024 House ratings are out Republicans begin with an advantage: the House hasn’t flipped in a presidential cycle since 1952. But far more Republicans sit in Biden seats than Democrats sit in Trump seats. Read the full analysis from @Redistrict: cookpolitical.com/analysis/h…
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National Democrats should invest 100% of their presidential battleground state funding into Texas. There is no chance Democrats lose the Electoral College (or popular vote) if they carry Texas in 2024. CC: @TheDemocrats @JoeBiden @joncoopertweets @BetoORourke
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Dems winning Texas on the presidential level would almost certainly result in a Ted Cruz loss. Even though it might not make people like us vote, it does move the needle with less engaged people.
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Let this sink in. Democrats need to campaign in Texas in 2024, Texas IS winnable. We just need to campaign statewide to make it happen.
Friendly reminder that with basically zero investment in the state from his campaign and with huge rightward Hispanic shifts, Texas still swung to Biden by more than Michigan, Wisconsin or Pennsylvania did. North Carolina, too, swung to him by more than Wisconsin or Pennsylvania.
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I feel bad for real-life Jews who are offended by the talk of Jewish Space Lasers.
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It's wild how many people, even after 2016 election, vote against their own interests. Polls show most Democratic proposals as popular. Yet Democrats can't win in landslides that are proportional to those issues even though they are central to American politics.
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If Trump wins the 2024 presidential election, will you make plans to leave the United States? (You can still vote from abroad as long as you don't give up citizenship.)
58% Yes
42% No
226 votes • Final results
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If I could go back in time and change 1 recent political event, it would be to strike down Texas's congressional map and have a court force a map that has TWENTY Democratic seats. (There is a reasonable legal argument for this I'll post below.)
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If I could go back in time and change 1 recent political event, it would be to strike down Texas's congressional map and have a court force a map that has TWENTY Democratic seats. (There is a reasonable legal argument for this I'll post below.)
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There is a law called Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act that says minority population should be represented. That was the same thing that was used to strike down Alabama and Lousianas congressional maps (those cases are in limbo because there wasn't enough time before November).
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If I could go back in time and change 1 recent political event, it would be to strike down Texas's congressional map and have a court force a map that has TWENTY Democratic seats. (There is a reasonable legal argument for this I'll post below.)
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It is insane how beautiful this map's Dem seats are compared to the Republican gerrymander in place now. A LOT fewer county splits (most visible in DFW). Dallas-Fort Worth inset, Austin-San Antonio inset, and H-Town inset:
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I'd describe this as a soft Democratic gerrymander. Its purpose is to draw Democratic seats proportional to non-white voting age population. A big reason it looks so "pretty" is Texas's electoral geography is friendly to Democrats.
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