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"senate house house" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

WSJ Minute Briefing

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"senate house house" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing

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"senate house house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"senate house house" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pay Robert welcome Jake. You'll live you're on the air. Hey, Robert, hide your j I wanted to ask the both of you how likely is it for the Republican party to retain control of both the house of representatives MB US Senate, given the propaganda from the mainstream media, let me give you an example, but not concerning the elections on the propaganda the mainstream media contact care abandons coming up on the Central American country. It was not broadcast in the mainstream media that prime minister of Guatemala Jimmy Morales. Detained and deported one hundred ISIS terrorist from that caravan now, well, I don't know if that's ever been established. I've heard we've heard reports let me tell you what I think the caravan issue. It folks really turns it on immigration. But you ask the question how likely is Republicans retain the house and Senate? I think on the Senate likely I think that Republicans probably pick up a couple of seats in the Fifty-three category. We'll do we'll do results. We'll do. Everybody's at the end of the broadcast. That's kind of where I see it the house of representatives west. I think it's just very very very very close. Yeah. Yeah. We're not going to know until sometime tomorrow. There are so many close races. And and they're more localized because you're you're representing is obviously represented a certain population within the updates, and it'll be harder to predict that interesting. Yeah. Go ahead. I don't like looking at the polls right now. But I'll show you the poll one poll that's been pretty consistent in Arizona. The Senate race just been impossible. Call between MC Sally and cinema. They just they just broke out on FOX. They had those early voting breakdown. It's an eight percent lead by Republicans in early voting. Now, there is a again, there's that independent block knows that up is that a is that a poll or votes? So Republicans voted early in Arizona, then Democrats there was a chocolate of of independence that could sway things certainly. But that is that is that means these polls could be like, what's an error typical. Arizona polls were showing tied right? Every polish should have tied or within plus one plus joy five. Yeah. So Harry, what do you think that means? Well, I think Jordan is cracked it means that hundred and ten thousand more Republicans voted than Democrats in early voting in Arizona. And so if you are a betting person. That would seem to give the Republicans the edge in Arizona, notwithstanding the polls which suggests that the race between MC Sally and cinema is neck and neck. This is why we've said these a lot of these polls will show with when we're talking about a close poll, but with margins of error five six percent, I it's not uncommon that a a race that looks like it's tied is actually ends up being won by seven or eight percent. And I think this Arizona early votes of shows you that this will all pretty shocking all of us in the studio as we just saw this kind of our our mouths drop because we haven't seen a lot of Arizona that showed anything but tied now we actually see real numbers and real numbers show, a lot more Republicans early voted eight percent more votes, and that we're talking about one point three million votes. Eight percent. Moore's lot set meets Democrats have to overcome a lot today. So what does that tell you? Is that we've seen in Arizona, Nick, neck and neck. That that is enormously positive news for Martha mcsally and just two points to look at first of all Democrats almost always have lead in a close race when it's going to election day. It's Republican that's trying to make up that ground. So that eight percents spread that's one of the biggest I've seen in early voting. Jane state like Arizona. But the second reason it's such big News Limited. Think people on Facebook saying, well, that's following polls. That's not a poll that's early voting actual numbers. So just to be clear for our friends on Facebook because we get to see your comments. That's not a poll. Go ahead, then the number of registered people from a party who had voted you don't know exactly who they voted for. But it's going to be very very close to that number. The second reason Jay is Arizona has already exceeded the total number of votes for two thousand fourteen. So it's not like there's seventy percent of the vote out. In all likelihood, that's probably that's probably fifty percent of the of what the final number will be in maybe even higher. So that's an enormously. Good news from arth. Mix alley. Yeah. I bet that's hired. I bet that the number of votes. I think there's probably another thirty percent of votes out there. I mean, this could be a very shocking I wakeup call. The democrats. I think would be the shocking what could happen the state. So tempting to go live tonight. I will tell you it is. So the problem is I mean, you really not going to get what we all want the to house. Yeah. Until like San said, we could still be going live right now. The makeup of the house. I mean, seriously, I say that ingest because this is going to be a very long night. For for everybody who falls is closely at some point, you will have to go to bed and then figured out kind of where we are. So of this. Yeah. I mean, listen there is blocking people general there is a lot of state, though, if any kind of legislation moving forward comprehensive well, gosh, it's not moving forward. If Democrats take back the house, and I love it. We've talked so much about the Republicans. Let's let's be honest. Democrats went into this with this unbelievable momentum. I don't wanna take that away from them. I'm just not sure if they kept it up or not. Real in tune with him. So it's tough for me to know that an tough for any of us. We're not real into the democrat left. But when you when you kind of peek a month out, that's good elections. Yeah. So I mean, Harry, if you look at the number we talked about Arizona, which again is not a poll, folks. And you don't know where this goes. But that would show that the polls which were tied basically dead heat. I mean, not only within the margin of error literally like fifty fifty. And then this comes up and saying that the early voting actual votes, plus eight Republican that would tell you that the polls are really going to be meaningless. Absolutely. And I think that will be true in a number of states one of the other things to look at. If you wish to look at poll numbers is late breaking momentum. And I think it's clear in a number of states, and I'm certainly not predicting a Republican victory, for instance in Michigan. But if you look at the momentum in Michigan with respect to the Republican candidate versus the incumbent, Debbie stamina, certainly the incumbent is facing challenging headwinds. You think that's senates? He could flip aggressive in our group on the number of seats along you could could let me just give you some background, Debbie. Stab? Anna was down in a Senate race against Spencer. Abraham by about ten points. Two weeks before the election. She pulled it out with late breaking momentum. So I'm not saying that history will necessarily repeat itself. But I think it's clearly a possibility in Michigan. All right. So let's do this real quickly. I'll start with west tonight or tomorrow morning, when we know where do you think the Senate is where do you think the houses, I think the Senate is fifty four may could be because I think they're going to find your number. Okay. Four Senate house house probably about two or three plus Republican plus Republican Jordan. Yes, it would be fifty four sets plus three from right now. So at at three seats fifty four for Republicans House Republicans hold on by three so to twenty one. So they lose seats. They hold onto the house by three. And I don't think we'll know that tonight. Okay. Harry. This is a somewhat aggressive number. I think the Republicans hold onto the house by eight and they'll take fifty five Senate seats. Well, then Bennett director of governmental affairs. I'll say fifty three to eighteen that's a one-seat advantage and house of representatives for.

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"senate house house" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

Podcast Borracho

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"senate house house" Discussed on Podcast Borracho

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