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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Senator Saxby Chambliss Wins Runoff in Georgia

The media is now reporting that Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss has won the runoff election in Georgia against Democrat Jim Martin, putting a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate for Democrats out of reach.

With more than 70% of precincts reporting, the vote is 60%-40% in the incumbent Chambliss' favor.

The runoff became necessary when the three-way race on Nov. 4 between Republican Chambliss, Democrat Martin and Libertarian candidate Allen Buckley resulted in none of them getting at least 50% of the vote.

One other race remains undecided: in Minnesota, comedian Al Franken and incumbent Republican Norm Coleman are undergoing a recount to decide their race.

Alaska Governor and former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin came to Georgia to campaign for Chambliss, and many believe she made a difference for Chambliss. While the "mainstream" media continues to malign and disparage Palin, conservatives continue be excited about Palin and are already at work laying the ground for a 2012 run for president for Palin.

Palin continues to captivate conservatives in the Republican Party, and by helping Chambliss win and prevent a filibuster-proof senate majority, she has helped weaken the hopes for unimpaired passage of president-elect Barack Obama's radical liberal agenda.

It will be interesting to see what the next four years hold in wait for us.


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