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July 01, 2021 06:49 AM UTC

Thursday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“The scene changes but the aspirations of men of good will persist.”

–Vannevar Bush

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10 thoughts on “Thursday Open Thread

  1. Indictments are falling round Trump’s head.

    It’s the very thing he has to dread.

    Taxes aren’t for him,

    His flam is always flim.

    Why pay taxes that he owes?

    It just excites his foes.

    Because he stinks

    And his conscience further shrinks.

  2. Pew Research has done polling on validated voters in the 2020 election.

    As we know, Biden did better than Clinton.

    However, the bottom line result is that Party loyalty is up: The Democratic coalition is solid, and Trump did not suffer a drop-off from Republicans.

    As Rachel Biticofer keeps pointing out, the "persuadable independents" are no more than 10%. The REAL persuasion comes from turning out your own voters, or I guess getting your opponents supporters to not show up at the polls. 

      1. True, but it indicates that you should allocate marketing and resources more to turnout, or things that increase turnout. Trying to get Republicans to change their vote to Dem is much less effective. 

        It also belies the suggestion that persuading moderates is more important than delivering to the Democratic base.

        It also shows why Dems came so close to losing in 2020; they failed to run a door-to-door turnout campaign in many places that are not called Georgia.

        1. Our best hope is to overwhelm the cheaters with massive numbers of voters. There are more of us than them..by a lot.

          Vote Blue…No Matter Who!

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