Thursday, September 17, 2009

Good times for Republicans.

The latest poll results from the upcoming New Hampshire Senate election between Republican Kelly Ayotte and Democrat Paul Hodes showcase that Ayotte is leading Hodes by a healthy 46-38% margin, Ayotte announced her candidacy several months ago, and has gained steam among Republicans in the Granite state. While Ayotte is a bright young Republican, who served as Attorney General in New Hampshire before resigning to lay out her campaign, she has rallied the base of the party, and is looking good to retain the Senate seat that Judd Gregg will leave next year.

I previously documented how Aurora Republican Councilman Ryan Frazier was leading the Democrat Senator early on the upcoming Colorado Senate election, we have new results which show that the former Republican Lt.Governor Jane Norton leading Democrat Michael Bennet by an impressive 45-36% margin, Norton also leads the former Democrat House speaker by a 42-34% margin as well, proving that dislike for Democrats in Colorado is for all candidates.

Here we have two important Senate battleground states in the 2010 elections, both with strong Republican women as probable candidates (Ayotte is definite, Norton is not), beating the snot out of the Democrat opposition, plus I noted the other day that Reid is also doing miserable in Nevada as well, not to mention Rudy Giuliani would have a good shot at defeating Gillibrand in New York state.

Let the good times roll! 2010 Conservative Nation will return.

-- Tim K.


Superb Jon said...

AP October 24, 1994, Monday Republican Mayor Rudolph Giuliani rejected his own party's candidate for governor Monday and threw his support behind embattled Democrat Mario Cuomo's bid for a fourth term. . . The mayor had repeatedly said he was concerned that Pataki's plan to cut New York's state income tax by 25 percent over four years might mean less state aid to the city even though Pataki had vowed that it wouldn't. . . The Republican mayor told the City Hall news conference he was aware he was taking a risk by endorsing a Democrat, but added: "Mario Cuomo will simply be a better governor than George Pataki."

AP August 19, 1994 Giuliani, a former federal prosecutor elected mayor last fall, stood on a stage with Clinton in Minneapolis last week and applauded after the president ripped congressional Republicans who derailed the bill.

AP February 8, 2000 Giuliani has routinely run for mayor with Liberal Party backing. . . "He's wrong on domestic partners, he's wrong on gays in the military, he's wrong on gay rights, he's wrong on rent control, he's wrong on ... we could just go on and on and on," Long said.

AP March 3, 1997 Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, who enjoys his role as a tough politician, stunned friends and foes alike as he gamboled before 2,000 people at a black-tie affair dressed as a woman. . . Giuliani called his feminine alter ego "Rudia." Giuliani, running for a second term this year, remarked that he is "a Republican pretending to be a Democrat pretending to be a Republican."

AP June 28, 2001 Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, in an effort to escape the strains of his divorce, has forsaken Gracie Mansion for the refuge of a close friend's high-rise apartment, according to published reports. . . The East Side apartment is owned by the mayor's friend, Howard Koeppel, a [homosexual] Queens car dealer and mayoral fund-raiser

UPI February 24, 1982 Mayor Edward Koch, who now wants to run for governor and will need upstate support to win, says living in the suburbs is ''sterile,'' and rural life is a ''joke.'' Koch made the comments in an interview with Playboy magazine . . . Questioned about time wasted in city subways, Koch replied, ''As opposed to wasting time in a car? Or out in the country, wasting time in a pickup truck when you have to drive 20 miles to buy a gingham dress or a Sears Roebuck suit?''

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