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Lincoln Park, bright blue, empty polling place.  We have to vote twice for the Senate, one for the remainder of this session and one for next.  When I described the remainder as a “Lame Duck” session the 4 democrat poll watchers all sighed and looked like they had just sucked on a lemon and said “We prefer to not call it that.”  The other 2 people voting laughed when I told them that denial was not going to save them.

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