Casten and Roskam Release New TV Ads, New York Times Poll

Here’s the one from Democrat sean Csten I heard yesterday:

Here is the latest TV ad on Republican Peter Roskam’s behalf:

The New York Tomes is conducted a live poll this evening.

Here are the results as of 7:17 PM:

This map shows where the calls have been made as of 7:22 PM:


Casten and Roskam Release New TV Ads, New York Times Poll — 8 Comments

  1. Sunshine blogger, please get in the race and be the tie-breaker…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeoooooowwwwwwwww…

  2. This guy is a goofball. He compared Trump to Osama bin Laden.

    If somehow this guy were elected by uninformed voters, he would simply fall in line with far left radical extremists who have overtaken the Democratic Party.

    Extremists in that Party have endorsed open borders and the invasion of aliens on our southern border and they have called for abolishing the ICE agency which goes after and apprehends these invaders which include drug runners and murderous gang members.

  3. I’d like to point out that the percentage of ‘don’t know’ to either red or blue is highest right here in southeastern McHenry County.

    This has a lot to do with Roskam’s long term neglect of this area compared to the rest of the District.

    If it weren’t for his robocalls, you wouldn’t know this is his district (unless you belonged to a local business owner forum/group, in which case you see him come speak once every cycle).

  4. Go Casten.

    Roskam has served well but if you believe in term limits like I do it is time to move on and give someone else a chance.

    That is one strange looking district and is a clear visual on who elections are controlled and served up to the average citizen.

  5. Roskam should quit pretending he has any other value except a vote for him means one less vote for adoption of articles of impeachment for Trump while a vote for Castion means one more vote for impeachment.

    It is really that simple, going anywhere else simply muddies the waters on an otherwise back bencher incumbent.

  6. landlines? 456 contacts out of 29,361 calls? That’s a pretty poor response rate to say the least.

    What about these polls and prognostications?

    1. Trump will not be the nominee

    Predicted by: Almost everyone

    Basically everyone with Internet access got this one wrong.

    Trump is “here to stay for a while, maybe through a few primaries—but he is not going to be the nominee,” said Charlie Black, former senior adviser to Sen. John McCain’s 2008 presidential bid, on “Meet the Press” in August 2015.

    On the same show, Republican ad consultant Alex Castellanos agreed: “Wait until [Trump’s supporters] learn that the guy’s been a Democrat longer than a Republican, that he’s advocated for things like partial birth abortion, universal healthcare run by the government.”

    Several months later, at a New Hampshire campaign in December 2015, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush joined the chorus: “I can guarantee you Donald Trump isn’t going to be the nominee.”

    But the predictions that perhaps prompted the most self-reflection were made by the team FiveThirtyEight, the data journalism website founded by predictive model expert Nate Silver.

    One representative forecase from early in the primary race came from senior political analyst Harry Enten in an article titled “Why Donald Trump Isn’t a Real Candidate, In One Chart”: “Trump has a better chance of cameoing in another ‘Home Alone’ movie with Macaulay Culkin—or playing in the NBA Finals—than winning the Republican nomination.”

  7. That was the number of calls made in numerous congressional surveys across the counrty.

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