Generational Differences on Deficit Reduction

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Oct. 11, 2013, 11:52 a.m.

 

CD      Can­did­ate            Vote   %      Vote In  GOP Dem —————————————————————————————- AZ 07   GRI­JALVA (D)        62,459 49%     100%               Mc­Clung (R)         58,376 46%   —————————————————————————————- AZ 08   GIF­FORDS (D)       120,175 49%     100%           Kelly (R)          117,826 48%    —————————————————————————————- CA 11   MCNER­NEY (D)        82,124 47%     100%                 Harm­er (R)          82,003 47%     —————————————————————————————- CA 20   Vidak (R)           32,531 49      100%              COSTA (D)           30,708 51% —————————————————————————————- IL 08   Walsh (R)           97,403 49       99%         BEAN (D)            96,850 48%             —————————————————————————————- KY 06   CHAND­LER (D)       119,845 50%     100%         Barr (R)           119,245 50% —————————————————————————————- NY 25   Buerkle (R)        99,594 50%      100%         MAF­FEI (D)         98,935 50 —————————————————————————————- TX 27   Far­enthold (R)     50,954 48       100%         ORT­IZ (D)          50,155 47%         —————————————————————————————- VA 11   CON­NOLLY (D)      111,615 49%      100%         Fimi­an (R)        110,695 49% —————————————————————————————- WA 02   LARSEN (D)         97,731 50%      100%         Koster (R)         97,224 50 —————————————————————————————-

     
DE­CIDED SINCE 11/3

CD      Can­did­ate            Vote   %      Vote In  GOP Dem —————————————————————————————- GA 02   BISH­OP (D)          86,370 51%     100%          X               Keown (R)           81,594 49%       —————————————————————————————- MI 09   PETERS (D)         126,155 50%     100%          X         Raczkowski (R)     119,673 47 —————————————————————————————- WA 09   SMITH (D)           86,086 54%      77%          X         Muri (R)            74,270 46 —————————————————————————————-
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