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Mack makes a prediction: he won't win majority but will win election

Forget those pesky poll numbers, at least one campaign in Florida is predicting it will win despite them.

Wait? You say that's not news? Well, take a look at the press release sent out by the Mack for Senate campaign. We think it's a rather loose link to his baseball heritage, a kind of Babe-Ruth-like called shot. (Maybe Mack's legendary great grandfather, Cornelius McGillicuddy, the former manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, passed down probability instincts of some sort.)  

MIAMI – With seven days left until Election Day, the Connie Mack for U.S. Senate campaign today predicted that Connie Mack will win the race for the U.S. Senate based on the ongoing internal polling and analysis conducted by the campaign.

Specifically, the Mack Campaign predicts the following final results:

Connie Mack 49.1%
Bill Nelson      47.7%
Others            3.2%

Mack Campaign Manager Jeff Cohen said:

“Virtually every public poll shows that the race between Connie Mack and Bill Nelson has remained close and is now too close to call. Our own campaign’s internal data shows very similar and even stronger trends. Based on all the available data, we are absolutely confident that Connie Mack will win by 1.4% and will be Florida’s next U.S. Senator.”  


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Can't take anymore

Connie the 12th is hallucinating if he thinks this prediction will hold. Must be trying to squeeze some more out of state campaign donations to stick in his pocket after his coming defeat.

Tally Folly

Shut Up Jeff.
Good Luck Getting a job after this train wreck.

Ryan Sharpe

Your take home pay, the money you earn working, will decrease dramatically if the current administration remains in office thanks in large part due to the ACA, one of the largest tax hikes in American history.

David @ Engage America

Everyone needs to turn out and vote this year. There are so many important issues at stake, like social security.

Did you know that the Trustee’s Report details that the Social Security trust fund reserves will be exhausted by 2033 and the current administration is doing nothing to save it? I bet not.


The most important election tomorrow is the presidental one (obviously) Under the current administration, the number of people on food stamps has grown from 33 million to 46 million. Another four years of that growth would give us 66 million – a staggering 20% of the US population -- on food stamps. We have entered a food stamp economy, not a growth and jobs economy.

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