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all i can say.......

[quote="Dusty's Dad"][quote]It's often hypothesized on here that an Unenrolled voter is typically a Liberal voter. [/quote]

Says who? Most unenrolled voters are sick and tired of the status quo and therefore won't commit to a major party. Woodcock will pick up a significant number of unenrolled voters, including those who felt Baldacci screwed them on the racino deal in Washington County.

You can also add some state workers to the Woodcock column who aren't fans of the fair-share provision.[/quote]

is that Woodcock got me to (temporarily) enroll in a party again.....something this INDEPENDENT swore he would never do.....

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Print these numbers and use them!

Haven't read the papers yet but I'm sure there's some mindnumbingly-predictable liberal bias against TABOR and Woodcock in there.......... :lol:

One missing ingredient, which is up to us---hard work:
1). The media can easily sway it to Baldacci if we let them. They will be rabid this time. Every time they are biased we must CALL THEM ON IT--and call them:
*Bangor Daily News: 1-800-432-7964
*Lewiston Sun Journal: 784-5411
*Portland Press Herald: 791-6650
*Brunswick Times-Record: 504-8204 (Publisher) or 504-8231 (Managing Editor)
*Kennebec Journal: 1-800-537-5508
*Waterville Morning Sentinel: 1-800-452-4666
*Journal Tribune: 282-1535

*WCSH: 828-6666
*WMTW: 782-1800 (Auburn), 1-800-248-6387 (Portland)
*WGME: 797-1313
*MPBN: 1-800-884-1717
*WVII: 945-6457
*WABI: 947-8321
*WLBZ: 942-4821
*WAGM: 1-800-393-9246

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these are the numbers to call if you see bias!

Just wanted to get these front and center again.....let's not take the media's "reelect Baldacci" drive sitting down!!

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[quote="Jim Cyr"]Undeniable, important realities:
1). We have an extremely unpopular governor (I do marketing research on this, and trust me-- even those who "support" him do so very weakly)
2). The lineup of candidates is ideal and works to our advantage
3). We have a decent candidate (who is in line with past newly-elected governors, like Longley and King: a non-careerist who connects with the "regular people" of Maine)
4) His campaign has a clue (as evidenced by an excellent primary strategy)
5) The party is pretty-well united

One missing ingredient, which is up to us---[b]hard work[/b]:
1). The media can easily sway it to Baldacci if we let them. They will be rabid this time. Every time they are biased we must CALL THEM ON IT--and call them:
*Bangor Daily News: 1-800-432-7964
*Lewiston Sun Journal: 784-5411
*Portland Press Herald: 791-6650

Just wanted to get the numbers front and center!!
*Brunswick Times-Record: 504-8204 (Publisher) or 504-8231 (Managing Editor)
*Kennebec Journal: 1-800-537-5508
*Waterville Morning Sentinel: 1-800-452-4666
*Journal Tribune: 282-1535

*WCSH: 828-6666
*WMTW: 782-1800 (Auburn), 1-800-248-6387 (Portland)
*WGME: 797-1313
*MPBN: 1-800-884-1717
*WVII: 945-6457
*WABI: 947-8321
*WLBZ: 942-4821
*WAGM: 1-800-393-9246
Print these numbers and put them by your phone. You MUST ask for the managing editor or news director. Threaten them with a protest outside their front door: I have used that and it gets their attention FAST. Let nothing go.....we have to nip them in the bud.

2) REMIND everyone we can that while the REST of the country is doing great, Maine is not sharing in the boom (people forget what's going on outside their little corner of the world...)

If we do this work, Woodcock wins. And Maine wins.[/quote]

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[quote="Jim Cyr"]Undeniable, important realities:
1). We have an extremely unpopular governor (I do marketing research on this, and trust me-- even those who "support" him do so very weakly)
2). The lineup of candidates is ideal and works to our advantage
3). We have a decent candidate (who is in line with past newly-elected governors, like Longley and King: a non-careerist who connects with the "regular people" of Maine)
4) His campaign has a clue (as evidenced by an excellent primary strategy)
5) The party is pretty-well united

One missing ingredient, which is up to us---[b]hard work[/b]:
1). The media can easily sway it to Baldacci if we let them. They will be rabid this time. Every time they are biased we must CALL THEM ON IT--and call them:
*Bangor Daily News: 1-800-432-7964
*Lewiston Sun Journal: 784-5411
*Portland Press Herald: 791-6650
*Brunswick Times-Record: 504-8204 (Publisher) or 504-8231 (Managing Editor)
*Kennebec Journal: 1-800-537-5508
*Waterville Morning Sentinel: 1-800-452-4666
*Journal Tribune: 282-1535

*WCSH: 828-6666
*WMTW: 782-1800 (Auburn), 1-800-248-6387 (Portland)
*WGME: 797-1313
*MPBN: 1-800-884-1717
*WVII: 945-6457
*WABI: 947-8321
*WLBZ: 942-4821
*WAGM: 1-800-393-9246
Print these numbers and put them by your phone. You MUST ask for the managing editor or news director. Threaten them with a protest outside their front door: I have used that and it gets their attention FAST. Let nothing go.....we have to nip them in the bud.

2) REMIND everyone we can that while the REST of the country is doing great, Maine is not sharing in the boom (people forget what's going on outside their little corner of the world...)

If we do this work, Woodcock wins. And Maine wins.[/quote]

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[quote="Jim Cyr"][quote="Jim Cyr"]Undeniable, important realities:
1). We have an extremely unpopular governor (I do marketing research on this, and trust me-- even those who "support" him do so very weakly)
2). The lineup of candidates is ideal and works to our advantage
3). We have a decent candidate (who is in line with past newly-elected governors, like Longley and King: a non-careerist who connects with the "regular people" of Maine)
4) His campaign has a clue (as evidenced by an excellent primary strategy)
5) The party is pretty-well united

One missing ingredient, which is up to us---[b]hard work[/b]:
1). The media can easily sway it to Baldacci if we let them. They will be rabid this time. Every time they are biased we must CALL THEM ON IT--and call them:
*Bangor Daily News: 1-800-432-7964
*Lewiston Sun Journal: 784-5411
*Portland Press Herald: 791-6650
*Brunswick Times-Record: 504-8204 (Publisher) or 504-8231 (Managing Editor)
*Kennebec Journal: 1-800-537-5508
*Waterville Morning Sentinel: 1-800-452-4666
*Journal Tribune: 282-1535

*WCSH: 828-6666
*WMTW: 782-1800 (Auburn), 1-800-248-6387 (Portland)
*WGME: 797-1313
*MPBN: 1-800-884-1717
*WVII: 945-6457
*WABI: 947-8321
*WLBZ: 942-4821
*WAGM: 1-800-393-9246
Print these numbers and put them by your phone. You MUST ask for the managing editor or news director. Threaten them with a protest outside their front door: I have used that and it gets their attention FAST. Let nothing go.....we have to nip them in the bud.

2) REMIND everyone we can that while the REST of the country is doing great, Maine is not sharing in the boom (people forget what's going on outside their little corner of the world...)

If we do this work, Woodcock wins. And Maine wins.[/quote][/quote]

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[quote="Jim Cyr"][quote="Jim Cyr"]Undeniable, important realities:
1). We have an extremely unpopular governor (I do marketing research on this, and trust me-- even those who "support" him do so very weakly)
2). The lineup of candidates is ideal and works to our advantage
3). We have a decent candidate (who is in line with past newly-elected governors, like Longley and King: a non-careerist who connects with the "regular people" of Maine)
4) His campaign has a clue (as evidenced by an excellent primary strategy)
5) The party is pretty-well united

One missing ingredient, which is up to us---[b]hard work[/b]:
1). The media can easily sway it to Baldacci if we let them. They will be rabid this time. Every time they are biased we must CALL THEM ON IT--and call them:
*Bangor Daily News: 1-800-432-7964
*Lewiston Sun Journal: 784-5411
*Portland Press Herald: 791-6650
*Brunswick Times-Record: 504-8204 (Publisher) or 504-8231 (Managing Editor)
*Kennebec Journal: 1-800-537-5508
*Waterville Morning Sentinel: 1-800-452-4666
*Journal Tribune: 282-1535

*WCSH: 828-6666
*WMTW: 782-1800 (Auburn), 1-800-248-6387 (Portland)
*WGME: 797-1313
*MPBN: 1-800-884-1717
*WVII: 945-6457
*WABI: 947-8321
*WLBZ: 942-4821
*WAGM: 1-800-393-9246
Print these numbers and put them by your phone. You MUST ask for the managing editor or news director. Threaten them with a protest outside their front door: I have used that and it gets their attention FAST. Let nothing go.....we have to nip them in the bud.

2) REMIND everyone we can that while the REST of the country is doing great, Maine is not sharing in the boom (people forget what's going on outside their little corner of the world...)

If we do this work, Woodcock wins. And Maine wins.[/quote][/quote]

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Democrats have lost on the economy and Mainers know it.

All this talk on enrolled voters and "social conservative" is interesting and all, but "It's the economy, stupid".

The Democrat/liberal/socialist economy doesn't work and the Maine people have finally begun to get the message.

Democrats have lost on the economy and Mainers know it. They will vote for Woodcock because he and the Republicans get it.

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[quote="ldwight"]All this talk on enrolled voters and "social conservative" is interesting and all, but "It's the economy, stupid".

The Democrat/liberal/socialist economy doesn't work and the Maine people have finally begun to get the message.

Democrats have lost on the economy and Mainers know it. They will vote for Woodcock because he and the Republicans get it.[/quote]

Somebody's living in a dream world.

Here's my prediction: Mainers are idiots. Baldacci will still be in the Blaine House after November's elections.

If we had chosen a more viable Republican candidate in the primaries, I wouldn't be so pessimistic. Maine is socially liberal and that counts the most. They blame the bad economy on Bush.

We're a blue state people - there's a reason for it!

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Here's my prediction Mainers are idiots. Baldacci will still be in the Blaine House after November's elections.
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I disagree

And here is why, because we will talk the truth with the voters about Chandler Woodcock-

It all comes down to a strong grassroots efforts and the Republicans have got a strong force out in the field and will have more coming soon I am sure (Via College Republicans) ... When its grassroots you talk to people and they pay attention and they vote your way... And we typically hit the undecided voters...

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Chandler has remained above the fray which is smart. He needs to focus on getting his positive message for Maine out there and let others highlight the failings (which are many) of Baldacci and the Dem party. Fortunately for us, Ben Dudley is doing a fair share of letting people know how scummy they are willing to get in order to retain power.

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[quote="gopcollegestudent"]Here's my prediction: Mainers are idiots. Baldacci will still be in the Blaine House after November's elections.
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I disagree

And here is why, because we will talk the truth with the voters about Chandler Woodcock-

It all comes down to a strong grassroots efforts and the Republicans have got a strong force out in the field and will have more coming soon I am sure (Via College Republicans) ... When its grassroots you talk to people and they pay attention and they vote your way... And we typically hit the undecided voters...[/quote]

Such sweet, young naivete. Truth never helped anyone in politics.

Even if you had a million people helping out with the grassroots effort, it doesn't mean you'll win. Last summer a person from the Maine People's Alliance came to talk to me about how bad Bush was and how they needed my support to keep Maine afloat of his administration's poor policies. I told the person I didn't agree with anything he had just said, and to get off my lawn.

Go ahead with your grassroots effort - many people will tell you the same as what I told my visitor from the MPA. People don't care who is talking to them - if they're socially liberal, which much of Maine is, they'll tell you to get off their lawn.

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[quote="Henry Clay"]Chandler has remained above the fray which is smart. He needs to focus on getting his positive message for Maine out there and let others highlight the failings (which are many) of Baldacci and the Dem party. Fortunately for us, Ben Dudley is doing a fair share of letting people know how scummy they are willing to get in order to retain power.[/quote]

But the question is, is anyone other than Baldacci haters paying attention to this?

Will we soon see anti-Dudley and impeach Baldacci bumper stickers all over people's cars? People in Maine hate Bush - if you hope to use these facts against Baldacci, we need to create the same sense of hatred for Baldacci as there is for Bush.

Otherwise, Baldacci will use the hatred of Bush in his favor by continuing to site the 'successes' of his tenure as 'fighting the Bush administration.' It needs to be made clear to our state that our short comings are a direct result of Baldacci's poor administration and policies - not Bush's.

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[quote="Mary1"]Somebody's living in a dream world.

Here's my prediction: Mainers are idiots. Baldacci will still be in the Blaine House after November's elections.

If we had chosen a more viable Republican candidate in the primaries, I wouldn't be so pessimistic. Maine is socially liberal and that counts the most. They blame the bad economy on Bush.

We're a blue state people - there's a reason for it![/quote]

You're correct Mary1. Baldacci will be returning for a second term, and the Maine economy will continue to tank. At least we'll have lots to talk about!

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U you are making it sound like Baldacci has an easy road to relection which he doesn't

Most of Maine supports Chandler Woodcock.....

Just look at the latest Survey USA Poll...Woodcock leads Baldacci, I don't put alot value into polls but its a good indicition that Chandler is a viable candidate and if I were Baldacci I would watch out...

Governor Woodcock, has a good ring too it...And it can happen with our dedicated hard work...

Moderates that support Chandler Woodcock ( I beleive there are many more than folks think too) understand that Chandler has never made these social issues the top of his agenda and is really the candidate to bring economic change to Maine...

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[quote="gopcollegestudent"]U you are making it sound like Baldacci has an easy road to relection which he doesn't

Most of Maine supports Chandler Woodcock.....

Just look at the latest Survey USA Poll...Woodcock leads Baldacci, I don't put alot value into polls but its a good indicition that Chandler is a viable candidate and if I were Baldacci I would watch out...

Governor Woodcock, has a good ring too it...And it can happen with our dedicated hard work...

Moderates that support Chandler Woodcock ( I beleive there are many more than folks think too) understand that Chandler has never made these social issues the top of his agenda and is really the candidate to bring economic change to Maine...[/quote]

Hun, I just glanced at that poll. Woodcock: 43% Baldacci: 41% with a +/-4% error of margin. That poll proves nothing.

Social issues are very important. First, it is how Bush got elected. Second, with gay marriage, stem cell research, and abortion at the top of the list lately, social issues are at the forefront of peoples' minds.

As I mentioned before, the people in Maine know economic change is needed. That's why they're waiting for Bush to get impeached or for his term to expire. They don't think our conditions are Baldacci's fault - he's worked hard and made great programs such as 'Dirigo Health' despite the hurdles presented by the Bush administration.

Read the letters to the editor in your local paper sometime - it'll give you heads up if you want to try to answer people's objections when you're standing on their lawn. :lol:

I don't think this will be an easy win for Baldacci - he'll have to work hard and it will probably still be close because he's made enough Republicans mad to get them out to the polls in droves. He also has an independant and green party candidate taking votes away from him.

However, if we had chosen a Republican candidate that wasn't such a staunch conservative - we would have had a better chance of grabbing those people who aren't republicans, but are angry with Baldacci. Woodcock is so right-wing, only true Republicans will vote for him. Just look at how popular he is on this site - no offense, but I've yet to see many moderates here.

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I know this is a very small sample, but in my office there are 3 staunch Democrats that have stated they'll be voting for Woodcock. They don't like his stand on social issues, but they know that it's lights out for Maine if Baldacci gets back in. They all voted for Baldacci in the last election and are sorry they did.

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[quote="Mainelion"]I know this is a very small sample, but in my office there are 3 staunch Democrats that have stated they'll be voting for Woodcock. They don't like his stand on social issues, but they know that it's lights out for Maine if Baldacci gets back in. They all voted for Baldacci in the last election and are sorry they did.[/quote]

Do you know why they don't like the green or independant candidates?

I find it hard to believe they are staunch democrats if they believe Woodcck's economic policies will be best.

I'd think if they are staunch democrats and unhappy with Baldacci that they'd vote for Merrill.

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Mary1,

The father of one of was a big shot in the Democratic Party machine in Aroostook county for a long time. He said, "Even though my father will be rolling over in his grave, I'm voting for Woodcock this year".

Another is socially liberal, but fiscally conservative. He's also very smart and can see what Baldacci has done to Maine.

The third is more moderate and was fooled into thinking Baldacci was much less liberal than he turned out to be.

They're not voting Green or Independent because they don't want Baldacci to win.

Maybe my circle of friends is small, but I'm hearing a lot of people talking like this. As I said once before, I never pass up a chance to point out to people I meet how badly Baldacci has screwed up the Maine economy. I seldom get anyone arguing with me.

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Mary1- Are you part of the crowd that said that Chandler Woodcock could not win the primary?

I know many dems as well in my old area who are voting for Woodcock...

Mainstream Main is not liberal its moderate and Baldacci is far from moderate..

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Mary, Maine has a long tradition of Democrats being socially liberal while being fiscally reasonable to conservative. The Democratic party of 30 years ago looked more like Snowe and Collins do now. That tradition isn't lost on the Democratic voters, it has been lost in the Democratic leadership. That is why usually strong Democratic supporters are going to vote for some one other than Baldacci. LaMarche is not their natural second choice. Merril may turn out to be, I don't know yet.

Maine voters haven't lost their tradition of live and let live on the social issues while having reasonable fiscal policy that pays for it all. The current situation makes it clear to the majoriry that something is very wrong on the fiscal side of the equation. The vote this year will be for change of the status quo, not a ringing endorsement of social stances.

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[quote="Mary1"]

As I mentioned before, the people in Maine know economic change is needed. That's why they're waiting for Bush to get impeached or for his term to expire. They don't think our conditions are Baldacci's fault - he's worked hard and made great programs such as 'Dirigo Health' despite the hurdles presented by the Bush administration.
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Bush has nothing to do with this state. In fact every federal program has given the bald one more money each year.
Great programs such as Dirigo Health...Surely you jest.

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[quote="Al Amoling"][quote="Mary1"]

As I mentioned before, the people in Maine know economic change is needed. That's why they're waiting for Bush to get impeached or for his term to expire. They don't think our conditions are Baldacci's fault - he's worked hard and made great programs such as 'Dirigo Health' despite the hurdles presented by the Bush administration.
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Bush has nothing to do with this state. In fact every federal program has given the bald one more money each year.
Great programs such as Dirigo Health...Surely you jest.[/quote]

I knew someone was going to read that think I was speaking for myself. I'm explaining the reasoning of a majority of Mainers - I don't believe that garbage.

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majority of Mainers

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Know that Dirgio is flop..

The Democracts have forced out the insurance companies, we need to bring them back for increased compeation in the market...

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[quote="gopcollegestudent"]Mary1- Are you part of the crowd that said that Chandler Woodcock could not win the primary?

I know many dems as well in my old area who are voting for Woodcock...

Mainstream Main is not liberal its moderate and Baldacci is far from moderate..[/quote]

Which crowd claimed Woodcock couldn't win the primary? As far as I recall, polls, even early on, showed that the primary candidates were all pretty much neck and neck. I didn't have a clue who would come out on top - it depended on which demographic hit the polls the hardest.

I would say main stream Maine is ficscally moderate, socially liberal.

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[quote="David Hughes"]Mary, Maine has a long tradition of Democrats being socially liberal while being fiscally reasonable to conservative. The Democratic party of 30 years ago looked more like Snowe and Collins do now. That tradition isn't lost on the Democratic voters, it has been lost in the Democratic leadership. That is why usually strong Democratic supporters are going to vote for some one other than Baldacci. LaMarche is not their natural second choice. Merril may turn out to be, I don't know yet.

Maine voters haven't lost their tradition of live and let live on the social issues while having reasonable fiscal policy that pays for it all. The current situation makes it clear to the majoriry that something is very wrong on the fiscal side of the equation. The vote this year will be for change of the status quo, not a ringing endorsement of social stances.[/quote]

Everyone has been giving their opinion on how the majority of Mainers feel about issues and political theory etc.

I'd like to see some recent research or polls. Anyone willing to step up?

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Don't have the polls. Don't really care about them either. I just know what the voters in my district are telling me. I'm not having 2 minute chats with them, I'm having half hour discussions. I'll take their word over a poll.

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[quote="David Hughes"]Don't have the polls. Don't really care about them either. I just know what the voters in my district are telling me. I'm not having 2 minute chats with them, I'm having half hour discussions. I'll take their word over a poll.[/quote]

Talking to a few people from one demographic isn't an accurate reading. Nor are anyone's "well all my friends/coworkers are saying" claims.

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The last two polls said that

53% of Maine people disapprove of the way John Baldacci is doing his job...

And

71% of Maine people want a Tax Payer Bill of Rights...

I don't put alot of promise in polls...But on these results you can tell people of Maine are tired of the status quo..

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[quote]I would say main stream Maine is ficscally moderate, socially liberal.[/quote]

I would agree with that.

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