« Your Slip is Showing... | Main | Feeling Strongly Both Ways. »

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Primary election turnout was approximately 30% - if this is any indication, Democrat turnout was in the 25% range, Republican turnout in the 44% range, can't estimate independent primary turnout, but all polls indicate that they're breaking 3-1 for the GOP.

Nasty year to be a Democrat.

Its interesting you post this now... I wonder where these thoughts were when you were looking at polls and saying turnout the lights in cd-5...

Also the comment above about turnout in primaries is so dumb... Cd-8 had a hotly contested primary... Cd-1 had a hotled contested primary... Cd-5 and cd-3 had primaries with 6 and 10 candidates each... The race for governor was initially a 4 way primary... You had hayworth v mccain. So the gop had something to turn out for... All the dems basically ran unopposed... So to use that for your basis is quite dumb...

'All the dems basically ran unopposed... So to use that for your basis is quite dumb...'

That seems logical Johnny...for political junkies.

But the real test for the general would seem to be whether those candidates who won unopposed were worthy or the lack of choices just further reflected an exausted party - a depressed base (borne out by the polls showing less enthusiasm to vote) left with head scratchers for candidates.

According to you Wentling is wrong in assuming that the odd two months between showing up to cast a ballot measure something very important - esspecially given the apparent results from indies - namely momentum & turnout.

Your kind of delusional cant has been a regular meme from Democrats since Janet bolted.

Yet, if the Napolitano era ushered in a seminal shift to center left here (as is claimed) you need to explain something johnny.

Why has the legislature remained so red?

Better yet why are Arizonians so in luv with SB1070 (and now Jan Brewer)- even though it invokes Washington to treat us like a rouge state?

Every major policy pushed by Napolitano is now getting [or about to] jettisoned or eviscerated - BY THE VOTERS.

Clean Elections/All day K-care/First things first/State Trust holdings....

In two weeks we will have an final answer - and it AIN'T looking like a mixed bag.

Phoenix48,

Im not a dem so I am not sure what you are talking... I like going on this site and giving Greg crap because I think he is wrong so often. He loves making predictions and they are almost always wrong.

And you even admit I am right in your post when you say "But the real test for the general would seem to be whether those candidates who won unopposed were worthy or the lack of choices just further reflected an exausted party - a depressed base (borne out by the polls showing less enthusiasm to vote) left with head scratchers for candidates."

So the "real test" according to you is the candidates themselves and NOT how many people voted in the primaries... So I am not sure why I am delusional you actually agree with me...

'Im not a dem so I am not sure what you are talking...'

Oh really?

I like coming to Gregs site for many reasons and your posts don't back up the assertion much.

Grant Woods is in your wheel house - and he claims he isn't a Dim Dem either. I don't care at all for his views or actions either, but at least I understand.

He is making money while deserting & abusing conservatives.

Well you obviously don't read my posts much if you think that... To me the best example is if you look at my comment redgarding schweikerts endorsement in the republic. I was VERY happy for schweikert but I had to make sure to point to greg things he got wrong with it...

So maybe you should read more before you judge...

The comments to this entry are closed.