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    [–] FL-SEN: Nelson +3; FL-GOV: Gillum +5 tt12345x 76 points ago in BlueMidterm2018

    Thank Christ Floridians nominated Gillum. DeSantis is absolutely terrifying.

    Let's bring it home!!

    [–] How To Stream Movies, TV & Anime Online tt12345x 1 points ago in FREEMEDIAFUCKYEAH

    StreamCR was working for a while, but the site just tried making a shitload of downloads all at once. Had to restart my computer.

    [–] Quinnipiac: Nelson: 53, Scott: 46 (LV) tt12345x 58 points ago in BlueMidterm2018

    Q-pac's "outlier" came closest to the final result in VA-Gov as well last year so... 👀

    [–] Democrats (Led by Tester & Wyden) Plan to Force Vote on Political Groups' Disclosure Rules [MT-Sen] tt12345x 4 points ago in BlueMidterm2018

    The move uses the Congressional Review Act, which Republicans have employed to strike down Obama administration regulations. It gives Democrats a chance to highlight a campaign-finance issue during a midterm campaign when Mr. Tester is in a tight race for his third term.

    Democrats, who are planning to introduce the resolution later Monday, could demand the vote after 20 days pass, setting up a potential mid-October vote if the Senate is still in session then.

    [–] Virginia marijuana arrests hit highest levels in a decade tt12345x 31 points ago in nova

    Honestly we could get it a lot sooner than you'd think, it'll just take action. Governor Northam made marijuana decriminalization a pretty big part of his campaign last year, which puts us ahead of a lot of other states

    If VA Democrats get a trifecta in '19 they'll definitely pursue decriminalization. Things were looking good when the GOP's senate majority leader endorsed decriminalization last year, but unfortunately he subsequently walked it back during this past legislative session when Northam tried to get them to actually pass a bill.

    A majority of people in the state support it and our Governor is ready to sign a bill, so that thankfully puts us way ahead of states like South Dakota or Alabama. We just have to capitalize on Northam's relatively short term in office by electing representatives in the legislature who will follow through.

    [–] How to watch Marsha Blackburn, Phil Bredesen Senate debate tt12345x 3 points ago in nashville

    That's awesome!!

    Potential question for either of them, just because I'm pretty interested in their answers:

    How will you ensure Tennesseans continue to have their pre-existing conditions covered by their insurance policies?

    [–] Russ Feingold: “Brett Kavanaugh has never appeared under oath before the U.S. Senate without lying.” tt12345x 77 points ago in BlueMidterm2018

    I really don't want to re-litigate 2016, but it's certainly fair to criticize Secretary Clinton for not campaigning in a state she lost by less than a percentage point, even if 'Clinton’s Ground Game Didn’t Cost Her The Election'.

    I don't think Feingold's larger deficit speaks to the quality of his candidacy, aside from his inability to separate himself from an unpopular presidential nominee. Worth considering that while Feingold got 3.4% less of the vote than Sen. Johnson, he only got 2,000 less votes than Secretary Clinton.

    Clinton-Johnson voters weren't the cause of the loss, because for the most part, they didn't really exist.

    Unfortunately, there was a small but incredibly decisive voting bloc that didn't want either major party nominee as president, but figured Sec. Clinton would win and wanted her to face legislative gridlock. Feingold tried incredibly hard, but at the end of the day he just couldn't beat the environment he was running in.

    If only Baldwin and Johnson switched Senate classes... Feingold would have absolutely crushed him this year.

    [–] Virginia marijuana arrests hit highest levels in a decade tt12345x 88 points ago in nova

    Worst part is, Virginia's Board of Pharmacy is meeting right this second to award licenses to medical marijuana growers in the state.

    On its own, it's a great step towards legislative acceptance of full legalization. But in the context of this massive arrest increase, it's like we're living in two wildly different worlds.

    [–] Virginia marijuana arrests hit highest levels in a decade tt12345x 29 points ago in VirginiaPolitics

    I know marijuana seems like a nonissue to a lot of people, but please be careful about how you go about consuming it. Cops have no issue reminding you of its illegality.

    If you're interested in doing so, please consider contacting your delegate & state senator, and request that they push decriminalization or complete legalization, as numerous states have already successfully managed:

    https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

    [–] Virginia marijuana arrests hit highest levels in a decade tt12345x 43 points ago in nova

    I know marijuana seems like a nonissue to a lot of people, but please be careful about how you go about consuming it. Cops have no issue reminding you of its illegality.

    If you're interested in doing so, please consider contacting your delegate & state senator, and request that they push decriminalization or complete legalization, as numerous states have already successfully managed:

    https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/

    [–] Bill Nelson "Strapped" tt12345x 9 points ago in BlueMidterm2018

    Bill Nelson Snapped