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MrAmerica December 27th, 2016 5:21pm

Are both senators of your state members of the same party?

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Laserbeam Crazy bird lady
12/27/16 6:37 pm

Indeed. In fact, my state is so great that the recent senate election featured 2 democrats and the GOP couldn't even be bothered to show up.

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SugarShaq
12/27/16 5:27 pm

Yes and no. I don't consider Bob corker to be a Republican although he claims to be.

Jazzy5 USA
12/27/16 1:34 pm

Toomey was re elected. Casey is up for the election 2018. Talk about a career politician, he is the poster child!
Hope he gets voted out!

SniperNoSniping VC Congressman PLP VA
12/27/16 1:10 pm

Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, two great senators and some of my favorites for president

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McMurphyJohnson say what now
12/27/16 11:36 am

I live in California... a Republican wasn't even on the ballot for senator in 2016.

MrAmerica Peaceful protestor
12/27/16 11:44 am

Which democrat did you end up voting for?

McMurphyJohnson say what now
12/27/16 12:53 pm

The Latina just because I'm Latino. I don't even remember her name but I know she lost and it wasn't close.

chinito Florida
12/27/16 10:36 am

Marco Rubio (R) who was just reelected

Bill Nelson(D) who will hopefully won't be reelected in 2018.

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gluxford1 Arizona
12/27/16 10:31 am

Yes. Senator Johnny Isakson and Senator David Perdue. Both of them are Republicans. Although, by mid-January, my senators will be John McCain and Jeff Flake. Both of them are Republicans as well. Jeff Flake is far too moderate for me, and I look forward to replacing him with a more solid conservative during the primaries in 2018.

MrAmerica Peaceful protestor
12/27/16 10:33 am

Both of the Arizona senators are basically RINOS

MrAmerica Peaceful protestor
12/27/16 10:34 am

In Michigan I am hoping for a republican senator in 2018

gluxford1 Arizona
12/27/16 10:34 am

Pretty much, yeah. That's why I can't wait to replace them.