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    As of about 6pm last night, the exit polls were HEAVILY favoring Brown. To the point I thought it was a done deal (as I expected).

    Looks like the only Counties to go blue are the ones directly around DC. The same Counties absorbing the mass exodus from DC of recent years. I guess the boys in red didn't get to the poll until late because THEY WERE WORKING.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bann View Post


    I'd rather go to Annapolis or further north to shop, dine, go to the movies, etc. We rarely go to Waldorf anymore.
    I go around Waldorf when I can. I either got through Aquasco or out Bumpy Oak Rd to Bryans Rd.

    I stay as far away from Waldorf as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthBeachPerso View Post
    Not to mention George Owings losing in Calvert, which surprised me. Another conservative Democrat who wasn't afraid to buck the Party.
    You know how you buck the party? Change your party affiliation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 'SkinsFan View Post
    Since I live in Charles now, I didn't look up St. Mary's. I didn't know about Jackie Russell, Roy Dyson, and Bohanon lost. I sure am surprised. Three great men. Sorry they lost.

    Great men? What exactly is so great about them?

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    I was stunned to see the results this morning, in St. Mary's and statewide. A pleasant surprise indeed.

    I'm glad to see that Roy Dyson's last minute scum-doggery, with the bogus claims against Waugh in that glossy mailer, did not benefit him. I've voted for Roy in past elections and was on the fence on this one...until that mailer showed up. I just hate a sunk.

    Weaver's win, despite all the anti-Weaver socket puppet activity and the obvious opposition from Raspa and the "teacher's union" was ....gratifying to see.

    Jackie losing; that came as a surprise to me. I guess he got swept out with the rest of his party...
    You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline. It helps if you have some kind of a football team, or some nuclear weapons, but at the very least you need a beer. -Frank Zappa

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdytogo View Post
    Great men? What exactly is so great about them?
    I met Bohanan a few weeks ago at a local forum. Great guy, very nice, very polished in his speech and his awareness of the issues, and he clearly understood the means to get things done. I couldn't think of a better guy to be in a political office....

    ...Except for his political views and vote history, which I couldn't stomach. So I had to vote against the man because of his positions. That's a real shame, because if he were on the opposite side of the aisle he'd be a potent force in the direction I believe is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilligan View Post
    I was stunned to see the results this morning, in St. Mary's and statewide. A pleasant surprise indeed.

    I'm glad to see that Roy Dyson's last minute scum-doggery, with the bogus claims against Waugh in that glossy mailer, did not benefit him.
    I agree, that mailer was grossly deceptive. So one files paperwork to begin a business while you are between jobs, to try and move forward. Then ya get a great job offer so you don't go forward with operating the business... So it has zero income. Then because it had zero income, you therefore pay zero taxes on it. Big whoop.

    That mailer was both in poor taste and the decisive factor in Dysons loss... And Waugh's win!
    Don't confuse what you do to live with what you do to survive.

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    the local status quo around here definitely got shaken up. Let's see if anything really changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sastanley View Post
    the local status quo around here definitely got shaken up. Let's see if anything really changes.
    This is my feeling, now that the Republicans got the state I hope they can do positive things and not go all hard core Republican on us. This is why the Democrats lost, they were trying to create a Democrat utopia where they could tax the air we breath and give the money to the do nothings. The Republicans need to learn from the Democrats mistake because if we have 4 years of huge tax breaks for the rich and tem cutting programs that actually make sense than they won't be here after the next election. How about this as a novel idea, pay attention to the working middle class for once.

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