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Where to watch the US Election

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There’s plenty to choose from but I prefer the Real Clear Politics website because they’ve long made a point of linking to articles from both sides of the political and ideological fence rather than indulging in the snobbish, tired, outdated idea that the New York Times and the Washington Post (or now Politico) are better than the NY Post, Washington Beacon and others classed as “Right-Wing”.

That link is just to the home page which does change.

However for today it should look like this.

Polling booths in the East Coast will close at 7pm EST (Eastern Standard Time), which is 1pm NZ time at present with the US out of Daylight Saving and ours having not yet started.

The Red State live election blog looks a bit cleaner than RCP’s and they’re all taking raw data from the same sources.

If you like popcorn and whiskey with your election results you may prefer the Daily Wire live streaming blog.

This is going to be one of the more interesting Mid-Terms ever. It feels like there’s a lot more at stake for both sides than normal, perhaps almost as much as the 2020 Presidential election.


Noon reports from Miami-Dade indicate things are much worse for the Democrats than even the most optimistic GOPer would have dared dream. This is the state of play in a county that Joe Biden carried by nearly 8 points.

Meanwhile out in the Pacific Ocean on the other side of the dateline, Guam has finally tipped over. They haven’t elected a Republican to be their delegate to the House since 1993 (one of a handful of non-voting delegates in the House actually)

Hmmmmm 2…..

Worth noting, James Moylan, the Republican who defeated Judi Won Pat (D) for Guam’s delegate to Congress, was trailing in the exit polls, SIGNIFICANTLY.

13 points, last I saw. He won by 5 points.

Folks, I kid you not. The exit poll showed:

Judith Won Pat, Democrat: 56.3%
James Moylan, Republican: 43.7%

Moylan, won. 5 points.


Written by Tom Hunter

November 9, 2022 at 11:24 am

Posted in US Politics, USA

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  1. I’m going to be disappointed by anything short of Massachusetts turning in a Republican majority tonight. The Democratic Party is pure evil. At least the Nazis expired after a quarter century. The Democrats have been killing and enslaving and impoverishing for 200 years. The worst thing about tonight will be that enough misguided people will vote for them to enable them to survive.


    November 9, 2022 at 11:57 am

  2. Well, that bloody DailyCaller site is glitching, which likely means they underestimated the IT support – starting with lots of servers – that they’d need on election day. Worse than watching during the 2016 Game 7 WS.

    Tom Hunter

    November 9, 2022 at 3:19 pm

  3. Anyone who still thinks the USA is a functioning democracy is living in cloud cuckoo land.

    The USA is rapidly morphing into a third world kleptocracy where elections are totally irrelevant


    November 10, 2022 at 2:49 am

    • I think they’re already there Andrei.

      Besides, it doesn’t really matter who runs the Congress: the trillion dollar omnibus spending bills, the debt, the financing of proxy wars, the torrent of illegal immigration, the state sponsored promotion of sodomy, transgenderism and a veritable alphabet soup of other degeneracy will continue unabated . . .

      Porky Roebuck

      November 10, 2022 at 9:10 am

      • Not to forget bulldozing steel mills which provide upstream and downstream employment opportunities for several thousand men and building a Super Max on its site to contain the displaced workers who have resorted to crime to survive after their future was stolen from them


        November 10, 2022 at 9:50 am

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