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Shazam November 7th, 2019 12:27am

By a very narrow margin, the DNC candidate won the KY race for Governor. The GOP candidate is protesting, and the GOP led legislature has said they may need to decide who won. When the dust settles, who do you think will end up as KY's governor?

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11/07/19 11:32 pm

I hope the Dem, but if the legislature is saying that, all bets are off.

timeout Boston Strong
11/07/19 1:44 pm

I think the Democrats prevail here, I hear the GOP candidates a scumbag anyway.

Malekithe This does not compute
11/06/19 7:38 pm

After the voter fraud is removed?

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/06/19 7:41 pm


and here comes the right wing tactic if Dear Leader loses in 2020

Malekithe This does not compute
11/06/19 7:46 pm

Sarcasm is a difficult concept

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/06/19 8:17 pm

oh no i get it. i’m just stating this will be the exact thing trumpkins will hold onto with a 2020 loss

Malekithe This does not compute
11/07/19 3:40 am

You mean it will be worse than 2016 Democrats. Hard to believe that.

Diogenes Not Biden It
11/06/19 7:31 pm

DNC. Nobody likes the GOP carpetbagger.

FLSun Florida
11/06/19 6:49 pm

Has either one declared a “clear” mandate yet...because that’s how they will likely govern.

Praetorianus Fair enough.
11/06/19 6:46 pm

Initial election results are rarely overturned by either recounts or decisions from others.

ILY3000 Blue collar
11/06/19 5:58 pm

I’m going they will do the right thing but I’m not for sure. Honestly I’m don’t understand how it’s till “too close to call”with 100^% of precincts reporting.

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/06/19 5:48 pm

they “may need to decide” who won?

yeah, F those votes, we’ll just let you know how it turned out.

that’s how dictatorships run. anyone ok with that needs their head examined.


ConservativeD Libertarian in disguise
11/08/19 7:35 am

It’s in there constitution, they can fix that law, rather than calling it a “dictatorship.”

I do think he should concede, I don’t fully understand the argument of it being to close to call......but there is technically nothing illegal in this at least based on a current law for Kentucky.