My previous reports are listed at the bottom. By now, you’ve figured out whether you want to read on.
Too many notes for one post. Part 1 focuses mostly on national and top-of-ticket state races. Part 2 coming after Oct 25 CSC reports are posted (there are surprises, some pleasant). Hopefully, this is new or different information which you don’t have because you are totally involved in getting your conservative or Republican elected.
35% of the votes in this election are already cast. For remaining conservative voters, closely consider your candidate’s positions. Some folks got surprised, or are disappointed, by office holders we thought were conservative. I’ve watched other states become dissatisfied with liberal Republicans and actually do something about it. You are certainly NOT voting for the D. Vote and support, or not, after you CAREFULLY study and understand positions on the economy, education, life, Akaka, civil unions and taxes so that you are informed.