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Power Line

Steven Haywar

Nov. 8 2022

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In the meantime, when vote counts start happening in a few hours, I’d stick with Henry Olsen’s Twitter feed, which will be much better race-by-race source than any of the TV news channels.

But also at 9 pm eastern (6 pm Pacific), John Yoo and Lucretia will be doing a live recording of the Three Whisky Happy Hour hosted Ricochet (since I will be asleep at that hour and can’t do it myself). You need to be a Ricochet member to tune in live and pose questions and comments to John and Lucretia. If you’re not a Ricochet member it is cheap to join (there are even free trial subscription options). I’ll post the audio here first thing tomorrow morning, but it may be overtaken by the actual vote counts.

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I Think I'll be watching  this one.

It's Election Day in America! Megyn Kelly is joined by Glenn Beck, host of The Glenn Beck Show on BlazeTV, to talk about the key issues driving voters across America, how the voters are switching sides as elites move left and working class moves right, media working overtime to pretend crime isn't a problem in America, Biden's racial pandering, media labeling those who question the Pelosi attack narrative purveyors of "misinformation," and more. Then, Alan Dershowitz joins to break the news that Virginia Giuffre has dropped her case against him, and that she said she may have made a mistake in her accusations against him. Then Salena Zito, reporter for Washington Examiner, joins to talk about the hugely important Oz vs. Fetterman race, Fetterman's lawsuit over dates on ballots, why she thinks Oz may win tonight, Biden's terrible closing message on coal, and more. Finally Matt Continetti, founding editor of the Free Beacon, and Doug Schoen, Democratic consultant and pollster, join to talk about predictions for the midterms, whether the red wave will be a tsunami or small ripple, whether the Dems or GOP have the "candidate quality" problem, Trump's impact in 2022 and 2024, what the Dems and GOP might learn from a red wave tonight, and more.

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FOX NEWS DECISION DESK SENATE RACE CALLS: GOP Sens. Tim Scott, Rand Paul win re-election

SOUTH CAROLINA: In South Carolina – our Decision Desk can project that Republican Senator Tim Scott will win a second full term, defeating Democrat Krystle Matthews.

KENTUCKY: In Kentucky, we are projecting that Republican Senator Rand Paul will cruise to a third term, defeating Democrat Charles Booker.

INDIANA: We can also project in Indiana -- Republican Senator Todd Young will win his second term. He defeats Democrat Tom McDermott, the Mayor of Hammond.

VERMONT: And in Vermont, Fox News projects that  Democrat Peter Welch will replace retiring Senator Patrick Leahy as the next senator for the Green Mountain State.

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FOX NEWS DECISION DESK RACE CALL: S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster wins second term

In South Carolina, the Fox News Decision Desk can project that Republican Governor Henry McMaster will win a second term in office defeating Joe Cunningham.

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8 minutes ago, Geee said:

KENTUCKY: In Kentucky, we are projecting that Republican Senator Rand Paul will cruise to a third term, defeating Democrat Charles Booker.

 

 

Gosh what a shock. Or What,A Shock?

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FOX NEWS DECISION DESK UPDATES: Too early to call Ohio, North Carolina Senate showdowns

OHIO: In Ohio, the Fox News Decision Desk says GOP candidate JD Vance has a slight lead based on our Voter Analysis, but the race is too early to call. He is up against Democratic House Rep. Tim Ryan.

NORTH CAROLINA:  And in North Carolina, it’s also too early to call the race between Republican House Rep. Ted Budd and former State Chief Justice Cheri Beasley. They are locked in a very tight battle.

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1 minute ago, Geee said:

FOX NEWS DECISION DESK RACE CALL: Ohio GOP Gov. Mike DeWine easily wins second term

I Still remember him and Covid.

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FOX NEWS DECISION DESK UPDATE: Pennsylvania Senate race too close to call

In the critical battleground of Pennsylvania where the Fox News Decision Desk says it's too early to call  this race. Pennsylvania is another historically "slow counting" state, so it could be a long night for both Doctor Oz and John Fetterman. we will keep you updated.

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FOX NEWS DECISION DESK UPDATES: New Hampshire, Pennsylvania races too early to call

NEW HAMPSHIRE: It’s also too early to call  the New Hampshire Senate race between incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan and Republican Don Bolduc. Hassan won this seat by just over a thousand votes in 2016, making her the most vulnerable Democrat up for reelection this cycle.

PENNSYLVANIA: In Pennsylvania, Josh Shapiro has a strong lead against Doug Mastriano based on the Fox News Voter Analysis but it’s also too early to call.

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17 minutes ago, Valin said:

@Geee

:thumbup: Good Work.

I'm mostly keeping an eye on the Senate races and so far I see no red wave there. Some of them are early results, so I'm hoping that changes, but if it does a lot of them are going to be close. Sigh

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