View Poll Results: Who will win the 2009 election for NY-23 Representative Special Election?

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  • Dede Scozzafava (R)

    3 8.11%
  • Bill Owens (D)

    15 40.54%
  • Doug Hoffman (C)

    19 51.35%
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Thread: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Getcher prediction in!

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    I'm changing my prediction to Doug Hoffman.
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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    You know how with some people their address is in one town but their taxes are paid to another? Well the Demopubicans were able to convince the clowns on the NY elections board that signatures in those type of situations didnt count and by the time the rulling came by, the signature deadline passed. But in a ray of light, they corrected that bull**** technicality so it cant be used against potential candidates again.
    I had an apartment one time with a mailing adress in the city of Syracuse, NY. Election day came around and I discovered I was actually living in Dewitt, so I didn't get a chance to vote against the scum bucket Democrat mayor of Syracuse, but he lost without my help anyway.

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Last day to predict !

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Wow, it looks like Hoffman actually has a good chance of winning.

    When was the last time a third-party candidate who was not an Independent got elected to Congress?

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dav View Post
    Wow, it looks like Hoffman actually has a good chance of winning.

    When was the last time a third-party candidate who was not an Independent got elected to Congress?

    Bernie Sanders? Not sure.

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    Re: Predictions - Who will win the NY-23 Representative Special Election?

    Quote Originally Posted by jackalope View Post
    Getcher prediction in!
    If they have voted for a republican since the civil and have been voting for conservatives for a long I think Hoffman will win. Although I do believe most new york republicans probably couldn't even run as republican in the southern states and if they ran as democrat would lose in a primary to a more conservative democrat.
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