Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Palin's Night Of Triumph: A Collosus Surveys The Battlefield 68% Of Endorsed Candidates Won

Sarah Palin's night of triumph. A political colossus stands, arms akimbo, surveys the battlefield and sounds a note of quiet satisfaction at a job, not yet done, but well started. There are many winners on this election night of triumph-first and foremost the people of America who have spoken loudly, clearly and unmistakeably, that the Obama administration and its enablers, represented by all the defeated Democrat's, have led this great country in the wrong direction.



By voting in so many candidates endorsed by Palin,the nights other winners, they have also indicated that they do not want a return to the politics of old-whether Republican or Democratic.They have endorsed the values of conservatism, true Republicanism and Palinism. Unless the Obama administration takes careful notice of the message delivered so strongly tonight then Palin's election in 2012, should she wish to run, will not be a matter of if, but rather a question of by how much of a landslide.


Here is the list of Palin (the other big winner on the night) endorsed candidates and the result for each. A note on O'Donnell. Her loss was caused by the Republican old guard, especially Rove and Krauthammer, whose credibility and value has been exploded, and by the Republican machine who abandoned her. It is also O'Donnell's fault for not having brought to the fore the matters from her past (which she should have at least briefed Palin on )which were the subject of so much ridicule. If she had addressed them as the follies of youth she could have got out in front of the matter and concentrated on the issues-a lesson learned.




Palin's and these new wave Congressional candidates triumph. 76 endorsed, 51 winners  68 % (73 results declared-awaiting on Washington District 2,  and Alaskan senatorial)


Alabama:




Martha Roby-2nd Congressional Seat WIN


Alaska:


Joe Miller-Senate TO BE DECLARED

Arizona:


John McCain- Senate WIN


Paul Gosar- 1st Congressional Seat WIN


Janet Contreras- 4th Congressional Seat LOSS


David Schweikert-5th Congressional SeatWIN


Ruth McClung-7th Congressional Seat LOSS


Jesse Kelly-8th Congressional Seat LOSS


Arkansas:


John Boozman- Senate WIN


Tim Griffin- 2nd Congressional Seat  WIN 


California:


Carly Fiorina- Senate LOSS


Chuck Wilkerson- 30th Congressional Seat LOSS


Star Parker-37th Congressional Seat LOSS


Colorado:

Tom Tancredo-Governor LOSS


Scott Tipton- 3rd Congressional Seat WIN


Cory Gardner-4th Congressional Seat  WIN


Delaware:

Christine O'Donnell- Senate LOSS


Florida:


Rick Scott- Governor WIN


Marco Rubio-Senate WIN


Steve Southerland- 2nd Congressional Seat WIN


Allen West- 22nd Congressional Seat WIN
Sandy Adams-24th Congressional Seat WIN

Georgia:

Ray McKinney-12th Congressional Seat LOSS

Hawaii:
John Willoughby-2nd Congressional Seat  LOSS


Idaho:


Butch Otter- Governor WON


Illinois:

Adam Kinzinger-11th Congressional Seat WON


Randy Hultgren- 14th Congressional Seat  WON


Indiana:


Jackie Walorski- 2nd Congressional Seat WON


Larry Buchson-8th Congressional Seat WON


Todd Young-9th Congressional Seat WON


Iowa:


Terry Branstad- Governor WON

Kentucky:


Rand Paul-Senate WON


Massachusetts:


Sean Bielat- 4th Congressional Seat LOSS


Michigan:


Dan Benishek- 1st Congressional Seat WON


Rob Steele- 15th Congressional Seat  LOSS


Minnesota:


Tom Emmer- Governor LOSS


Michele Bachmann- 6th Congressional Seat  WON


Mississippi:


Alan Nunnelee- 1st Congressional SeatWON


Bill Marcy-2nd Congressional Seat  LOSS


Missouri:


Vicky Hartzler- 4th Congressional Seat LOSS


Nevada:


Sharron Angle- Senate  LOSS


New Hampshire:


Kelly Ayotte- Senate WON


New Mexico:


Susana Martinez- Governor WON


Steve Pearce-2nd Congressional District  WON


New York:


John Gomez-2nd Congressional Seat LOSS


Michael Grimm-13th Congressional Seat WON


Ann Marie Buerkle-25th Congressional Seat  TO BE CONFIRMED. NOW A CONFIRMED WIN


North Carolina:


Renee Elmmers-2nd Congressional Seat WON


Ilario Pantano-7th Congressional Seat  LOSS


North Dakota:


Rick Berg- Congress  WON


Ohio:


Bill Johnson-6th Congressional Seat  WON


Jim Renacci-16th Congressional Seat  WON


Oklahoma:


Mary Fallin-Governor  WON


Pennsylvania:


Pat Toomey- Senate  WON


Mike Kelly-3rd Congressional Seat WON


Tom Marino-1oth Congressional Seat WON


South Carolina:


Nikki Haley- Governor  WON


Tim Scott-1st Congressional Seat WON

Mick Mulvaney-5th Congressional Seat  WON


Tennessee:


Diane Black- 6th Congressional Seat WON


Stephen Fincher-8th Congressional Seat  WON


Texas


Rick Perry- Governor WON


Bill Flores-17th Congressional Seat WON


Francisco Canseco- 23rd Congressional Seat WON


Donna Campbell- 25th Congressional District LOSS


Blake Farenthold-27th Congressional District WON


Stephen Broden-30th Congressional Seat  LOSS


Utah:


MorganPhilpot-2nd Congressional Seat  LOSS


Virginia:


Robert Hurt-5th Congressional Seat  WON


Washington:


John Koster-2nd Congressional Seat  AWAITING FINAL

Cathy McMorris Rogers-5th Congressional Seat WON


Dick Muri-9th Congressional Seat LOSS



West Virginia:


John Raese-Senate  LOSS


David McKinnley-1st Congressional Seat WON


Spike Maynard-3rd Congressional Seat LOSS


Wisconsin:

Sean Duffy-7th Congressional Seat WON

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