Forum Haiti : Des Idées et des Débats sur l'Avenir d'Haiti
Forum Haiti : Des Idées et des Débats sur l'Avenir d'Haiti
Forum Haiti : Des Idées et des Débats sur l'Avenir d'Haiti
Vous souhaitez réagir à ce message ? Créez un compte en quelques clics ou connectez-vous pour continuer.

Forum Haiti : Des Idées et des Débats sur l'Avenir d'Haiti

FOROM AYITI : Tèt Ansanm Pou'n Chanje Ayiti.
 
AccueilAccueil  GalerieGalerie  PortailPortail  ÉvènementsÉvènements  PublicationsPublications  RechercherRechercher  S'enregistrerS'enregistrer  Connexion  
Le Deal du moment : -47%
SanDisk Carte Mémoire microSDXC Ultra 128 Go + ...
Voir le deal
14.72 €
Le Deal du moment :
STRADOUR Evier cuisine à encastrer 1 bac + 1 ...
Voir le deal
51.44 €

 

 Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour

Aller en bas 
2 participants
AuteurMessage
Marc-Henry
Administrateur
Marc-Henry

Masculin
Nombre de messages : 6208
Localisation : Canada
Opinion politique : Démocrate
Loisirs : Lecture et Internet
Date d'inscription : 20/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Lobbyiste

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptyVen 4 Déc 2020 - 20:04


Political Polls
@Politics_Polls
· 5h
#GAsen Runoffs:

Loeffler (R-inc) 50% (+5)
Warnock (D) 45%
.
Ossoff (D) 48% (+1)
Perdue (R-inc) 47%

@trafalgar_group, LV, 12/1-3
https://thetrafalgargroup.org/news/gasen-dec04/

_________________
Solidarité et Unité pour sauver Haiti
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
https://www.forumhaiti.com
Joel
Super Star
Super Star


Masculin
Nombre de messages : 17349
Localisation : USA
Loisirs : Histoire
Date d'inscription : 24/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Le patriote

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptySam 5 Déc 2020 - 6:44

Le deuxieme tour en GEORGIA est presque aussi important que la presidentielle du 3 NOVEMBRE.

Le leader de la majorite au SENAT regit en DICTATEUR.Il choisit quel "bill" peut etre mis devant le SENAT.

Il a un controle presque complet.

Si par miracle les DEMOCRATES remporteraient ces 2 sieges;on ne parlerait presque plus de MC CONNELL ,mais si les REPUBLICAINS gagneraient ces 2 SIEGES,MC CONNELL continuerait a terroriser le pays et on continuerait d'avoir l'influence nefaste d'un MARCO RUBIO sur la politique latino americaine des ETATS UNIS.

On ne peut pas exaggerer l'importance de ce deuxieme tour sur la politique etrangere des ETATS UNIS et sur HAITI.


A Gathering Political Storm Hits Georgia, With Trump on the Way
With two crucial Senate seats up for grabs, Mike Pence and Barack Obama joined the fray in support of their party’s candidates, and President Trump is headed there on Saturday.



Vice President Mike Pence held a rally in support of Senators David Perdue, left, and Kelly Loeffler in Savannah, Ga., on Friday.
Vice President Mike Pence held a rally in support of Senators David Perdue, left, and Kelly Loeffler in Savannah, Ga., on Friday.Credit...Spencer Platt/Getty Images
By Richard Fausset, Michael D. Shear and Shane Goldmacher
Dec. 4, 2020
ATLANTA — Some of the biggest names in national politics jumped into the fiercely contested runoffs for two Georgia Senate seats on Friday, even as a second recount showed that Joseph R. Biden Jr. had maintained his lead in the state and Republicans braced for a visit by President Trump, who has railed against his loss there with baseless claims of fraud.

With Mr. Trump set to campaign for the two Republican incumbents, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, on Saturday, Vice President Mike Pence and former President Barack Obama held dueling events to underscore the vital stakes in the special elections: If both Republicans are defeated, control of the Senate will shift to Democrats just as Mr. Biden moves into the Oval Office.

Mr. Obama appeared virtually at a turn-out-the-vote event for Jon Ossoff, the Democrat facing Mr. Perdue, and the Rev. Raphael Warnock, Ms. Loeffler’s opponent, and spoke of his frustration in seeing his initiatives blocked by the Republican-controlled Senate when he was in office. “If the Senate is controlled by Republicans who are interested in obstruction and gridlock, rather than progress and helping people, they can block just about anything,” Mr. Obama said.

Mr. Pence — with Mr. Perdue and Ms. Loeffler by his side — attended a Covid-19 briefing at the Atlanta headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and said later at a rally for the Republican candidates that “we’re going to save the Senate, and then we’re going to save America.”

A second recount of the presidential vote in Georgia has finished, according to the Secretary of State website, showing Mr. Biden ahead by about 12,000 votes with 100 percent of the counties reporting.

New campaign financial reports filed late Thursday showed a staggering influx of money into the state in the first days of runoffs that were expected to set spending records, with more than $300 million booked in television, radio and digital ads, according to data from AdImpact, an ad-tracking firm. Media buyers said the price of ads was soaring, especially for super PACs, to unseen heights.

Gift Subscriptions to The Times, Cooking and Games.
Starting at $25.
The Senate races are playing out at a hyperpartisan moment in American politics that has led to a civil war among Georgia Republicans divided over whether to support Mr. Trump as he persists with false assertions that the election was stolen from him. In Georgia and elsewhere, the president’s lawyers remain engaged in a failing, last-minute effort to throw the election to Mr. Trump.

Even as he tweeted this week that he wanted “a big David and Kelly WIN,” Mr. Trump called Brian Kemp, the state’s Republican governor, “hapless” for failing to work to overturn the election results, while also criticizing Georgia’s top election official, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. His sustained assault on Georgia’s voting system prompted an extraordinary rebuke this week from another high-ranking elections official, who warned of violent threats against poll workers and publicly pleaded with the president to cool down his conspiratorial rhetoric.

On Friday, State Senator Elena Parent, a Democrat on the judiciary subcommittee, which met on Thursday, said that she had been the target of violent, anonymous threats that appeared on a public internet chat room.

The president’s appearance in Valdosta, near the Florida border, on Saturday evening comes after a concerted campaign by his advisers and Republican lawmakers to convince him that his presence is vital to increasing turnout among his supporters. Initially reluctant, the president agreed to hold the rally after being told that victories by the Republican Senate candidates would help prove his contention that his own win in Georgia was stolen from him, according to aides familiar with the conversations.


ImageMs. Loeffler, one of the wealthiest members of the Senate, put $23 million of her own money into her campaign to get to the runoff.
Ms. Loeffler, one of the wealthiest members of the Senate, put $23 million of her own money into her campaign to get to the runoff.Credit...Pool photo by Alyssa Pointer
But some Republicans in Georgia and Washington are fearful that Mr. Trump will go off-script, and potentially attack Mr. Kemp or Mr. Raffensperger. Party officials also worry that the president’s claims of fraud could backfire, undermining turnout by convincing Republican voters that the special elections are rigged against them anyway.

L. Lin Wood, a lawyer and Republican supporter of Mr. Trump, and Sidney Powell, a lawyer who has filed lawsuits on the president’s behalf, urged Georgians on Wednesday not to vote “unless your vote is secure.”

That same day, a number of prominent Georgia Republicans, including former Gov. Nathan Deal, signed an open letter in which they warned that “the debate surrounding the state’s electoral system has made some within our party consider whether voting in the coming runoff election matters.”

ON POLITICS WITH LISA LERER: A guiding hand through the political news cycle, telling you what you really need to know.
Sign Up
The leaders said that the party needed to focus on winning the two Senate seats, or risk turning the Senate over to a Democratic Party that “wishes to fundamentally alter the fabric of our nation into something unrecognizable.”

Some senior Republicans in Washington are doing little to hide their concern about the damage that they believe Mr. Wood and Ms. Powell are inflicting.

ADVERTISEMENT

Continue reading the main story

“It’s encouraging the president is going down there to rally the troops, because I know there’s some inconsistent messages being sent to his base supporters,” said Senator John Cornyn of Texas.

Chip Lake, a Georgia-based Republican strategist who most recently worked for Representative Doug Collins — who unsuccessfully vied in November for Ms. Loeffler’s Senate seat — said Friday that Mr. Trump was facing “one of the biggest political speeches the president’s ever had to make, because the stakes are that high.”

“If we have any portion of our base that might decide to boycott this election for any reason whatsoever, then we might be handing over the Senate to Democratic control,” Mr. Lake said.

Although a hand-recount of the state’s five million votes reaffirmed that Mr. Biden had indeed won the Georgia election, Mr. Trump’s campaign demanded a second machine recount. Fulton County, which includes much of Atlanta and is the state’s most populous, certified its results on Friday. As of Friday evening, state election officials had not responded to queries about when they would officially announce the results of the recount or recertify Mr. Biden as the winner.

The urgency of the senate races was reflected in the huge amounts of money pouring into the four campaigns in recent weeks: about $187 million just in online donations from Oct. 15 to Nov. 23, according to federal records from the donation-processing sites ActBlue and WinRed.

In that 40-day period, both Democratic challengers out-raised their Republican opponents every day from online contributions and surpassed the previous Senate fund-raising record for a full quarter. Mr. Warnock raised $63.3 million in online donations and Mr. Ossoff raised $66.4 million.

Image
The Rev. Raphael Warnock, right, and Jon Ossoff, left, the Democratic candidates, out-raised their Republican opponents every day in online contributions from Oct. 15 to Nov. 23, filings show.
The Rev. Raphael Warnock, right, and Jon Ossoff, left, the Democratic candidates, out-raised their Republican opponents every day in online contributions from Oct. 15 to Nov. 23, filings show.Credit...Nicole Craine for The New York Times
But well-heeled Republicans have erased much of the Democrats’ financial advantage with giant donations to a super PAC that raised $70 million in less than three weeks from a who’s who of Republican megadonors, including Stephen Schwarzman of Blackstone ($15 million) and Ken Griffin of Citadel ($12 million). The media mogul Rupert Murdoch gave $1 million, as did his son, Lachlan, the chief executive of the Fox Corporation.

Ms. Loeffler, one of the wealthiest members of the Senate, put $23 million of her own money into her campaign to get to the runoff and her husband, Jeffrey Sprecher, the chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, has donated an additional $10 million to a pro-Loeffler super PAC.

Big contributions from Democratic donors are lagging the Republicans. The leading Senate Democratic super PAC raised a little more than $10 million in the 20 days after the general election, records show. The biggest donation — $2.5 million — came from the organization that Stacey Abrams created, Fair Fight, after her narrow loss in 2018 for the governor’s race.

As Ms. Abrams’s star power has increased, Fair Fight itself has emerged as a major magnet for Democratic giving, pulling in nearly $35 million in 40 days that ended Nov. 23. Ms. Abrams, widely credited with leading the Democratic renaissance in Georgia, also appeared in the virtual rally on Friday for the two Democratic candidates.

“We won this election decisively, and, despite the number of recounts, it keeps giving us the same answer: that Georgia Democrats showed up, that Georgians showed up and that we decided that we wanted to move this nation in the right direction,” Ms. Abrams said.

Mr. Ossoff voiced a major theme that both Democratic candidates were seeking to exploit: allegations that Ms. Loeffler and Mr. Perdue benefited from questionable stock trades as they learned about the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic. “We’re running against, like, the Bonnie and Clyde of political corruption in America, who represent politicians who put themselves over the people,” he said. Mr. Perdue and Ms. Loeffler have denied any inappropriate financial dealings.

On Friday, Mr. Pence rallied on behalf of Ms. Loeffler and Mr. Perdue in Savannah, where he warned that Democrats would advance a liberal, big-government agenda if they were allowed to seize control of the Senate.

“If you don’t vote, they win,” Mr. Pence told the small but enthusiastic crowd at the Savannah airport. “If you don’t vote, there could be nothing to stop Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi from cutting our military, raising taxes and passing the agenda of the radical left.”

Mr. Pence was joined at the airport by Mr. Perdue but not Ms. Loeffler, who returned to Atlanta after a young man on her campaign staff was killed on Friday afternoon in a traffic accident.

Before the rally, at the C.D.C. briefing, Mr. Pence said the nation was facing a “challenging time” but also “a season of hope,” with the likely approval of the first coronavirus vaccine coming as soon as next week.

Sheryl Stolberg, Jonathan Martin and Rachel Shorey contributed reporting.

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Marc-Henry
Administrateur
Marc-Henry

Masculin
Nombre de messages : 6208
Localisation : Canada
Opinion politique : Démocrate
Loisirs : Lecture et Internet
Date d'inscription : 20/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Lobbyiste

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptySam 5 Déc 2020 - 10:31

JOel

Très intéressant cet article

Je commence à lire le livre autobiographie du président Obama (Une terre promise ). C'est un livre extraordinaire . Le président nous fait voyager dans un univers de la politique etasunienne et de son univers personnel . Pour la mémoire et pour l'Histoire , je conseille surtout aux haïtiens qui ont reproché et qui continuent à critiquer Obama parce qu'il n'a pas fait ceci ou cela pour les noirs . En parcourant ce livre , ils verront comment le président a tracé la voie pour les générations à venir. Ils comprendront pourquoi le président ne pouvait pas se définir comme un président NOIR. A cet effet, je me rappelle quand j'ai été le premier manager noir dans une entreprise québécoise comment cela a été difficile . Les blancs qui avaient une plus grande ancienneté que moi n’étaient pas contents . Je vous jure que je comprends ce que le président Obama a du subir comme le premier président noir avec tous ces vieux sénateurs qui auraient voulu être à sa place . Obama est venu de nulle part et devient président en si peu de temps .
Je vais continuer à lire ce manuel dont chaque noir dans le monde devait avoir un exemplaire disons chaque humain devrait le lire pour comprendre l'histoire du monde , pour comprendre le problème racial , pour comprendre la politique des USA .

_________________
Solidarité et Unité pour sauver Haiti
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
https://www.forumhaiti.com
Marc-Henry
Administrateur
Marc-Henry

Masculin
Nombre de messages : 6208
Localisation : Canada
Opinion politique : Démocrate
Loisirs : Lecture et Internet
Date d'inscription : 20/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Lobbyiste

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptyMer 9 Déc 2020 - 8:33

Les deux sénateurs républicains sont en difficultés . Ils ont  en commun la corruption .
C'est passionnant d'observer le travail de Stacey  pour faire sortir les votes le 5 janvier

C'est intelligente la stratégie de Biden  dans la formation  de son cabinet, un premier noir à la tête du Pentagone et le refus probable des sénateurs républicains d'approuver ces nominations . Ce qui devrait mobiliser les électeurs à aller voter en masse le 5 janvier contre MItch mc Connell et ses gorilles GOP.

_________________
Solidarité et Unité pour sauver Haiti
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
https://www.forumhaiti.com
Joel
Super Star
Super Star


Masculin
Nombre de messages : 17349
Localisation : USA
Loisirs : Histoire
Date d'inscription : 24/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Le patriote

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptyMer 9 Déc 2020 - 11:16

MARC;

Le GENERAL (4 STARS) LLOYD AUSTIN a toutes les qualifications,il est aussi tres populaire parmi les troupes dites de couleur qui sont 40% des FORCES ARMEES.

AUSTIN a dit-on,une forte personnalite,une personnalite imposante.Il est dit on capable de mettre les pieds au cul des KNOW-NOTHINGS que TRUMP a nomme au PENTAGONE.

L'argument des REPUBLICAINS sera qu'il n'est pas eligible ,parce que pour etre nomme comme MINISTRE DE LA DEFENSE,un ancien militaire devrait etre au moins 7 ans a la RETRAITE.

Le GENERAL LLYOD AUSTIN a pris sa retraite en 2016.

Transition Live Updates: Biden to Formally Name Austin as Defense Secretary
President-elect Joe Biden is set to introduce Lloyd J. Austin III, a retired Army general, as his choice to lead the Pentagon. On Tuesday, Mr. Biden and President Trump offered the American people very divergent messages on the state of the virus.

Here’s what you need to know:
Biden names a retired general to be the first Black secretary of defense.
Moderate lawmakers struggle to finalize a bipartisan stimulus deal as leaders remain at odds.
The departing and incoming presidents on Tuesday offered vastly divergent assessments of the pandemic response.
Supreme Court refuses request from Pennsylvania G.O.P. to overturn state’s election results, and receives a suit from Texas.
Biden picks Marcia Fudge for housing secretary and Tom Vilsack for agriculture secretary.
Arizona Republicans hurl insults at one another after Trump’s loss in the state.
Trump appointees are participating in some transition meetings, chilling the flow of some information.
Biden names a retired general to be the first Black secretary of defense.

Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, who retired from the military four years ago, would need a congressional waiver to serve as Pentagon chief.
Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, who retired from the military four years ago, would need a congressional waiver to serve as Pentagon chief.Credit...Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. is expected to formally name Lloyd J. Austin III, a retired four-star Army general, to lead the Department of Defense. His choice drew immediate opposition on Capitol Hill for breaking with tradition and putting a former military commander at the head of the agency, a position typically filled by a civilian.

The move would require a congressional waiver for General Austin, who retired in 2016, short of the requirement that any military veteran be retired from active duty for at least seven years before leading the Defense Department. Civilian control of the military has been a priority in the country since the nation’s founding.

At 67, General Austin has been a respected presence at the Pentagon for years and is the only African-American to have headed U.S. Central Command, the military’s marquee combat command, with responsibility for Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Yemen — most of the places where the United States is at war. After retiring, General Austin joined the board of the defense contractor Raytheon Technologies, a position that has also garnered some criticism.

Mr. Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are expected to formally announce their selection of General Austin, who would be the first Black defense secretary, at an event Wednesday in Wilmington, Del. Their incoming national security team will face immediate challenges in rebuilding international relationships that deteriorated during the Trump administration, and in a statement on Wednesday, the Biden transition team said that General Austin will also be involved with “executing the logistics associated with Covid-19 vaccine distribution.”

It could be difficult for lawmakers to reject a waiver for General Austin, especially for those who approved a similar measure for President Trump’s choice four years ago, Jim Mattis, a retired four-star Marine general. But many lawmakers said Tuesday that they did not want the practice enshrined into American political life.

Colin L. Powell, the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and first Black secretary of state, urged Congress to approve a waiver allowing the general to serve. In a statement on his Facebook page, Mr. Powell said that he had been a mentor to General Austin.

“General Austin has served splendidly at all combat and civilian levels in the armed forces,” Mr. Powell said. “He has demonstrated his warfighting skills and his bureaucratic, diplomatic and political acumen.”

Robert M. Gates, a former secretary of defense under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, also praised General Austin.

“He is an extraordinary leader with a deep understanding of the international challenges facing the United States and the Defense Department,” Mr. Gates said in a statement. “From personal experience, I know him to be a person of unshakable integrity, independent of thought and conscience, and a steady hand.”

Zach Montague contributed reporting.

— Eileen Sullivan and Eric Schmitt
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
Marc-Henry
Administrateur
Marc-Henry

Masculin
Nombre de messages : 6208
Localisation : Canada
Opinion politique : Démocrate
Loisirs : Lecture et Internet
Date d'inscription : 20/08/2006

Feuille de personnage
Jeu de rôle: Lobbyiste

Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  EmptyDim 20 Déc 2020 - 13:50

https://gregolear.substack.com/p/whos-afraid-of-mitch-mcconnell

Un excellent article sur le pouvoir du VP au Senat

_________________
Solidarité et Unité pour sauver Haiti
Revenir en haut Aller en bas
https://www.forumhaiti.com
Contenu sponsorisé




Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty
MessageSujet: Re: Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour    Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour  Empty

Revenir en haut Aller en bas
 
Georgia-Election sénatoriale :Les premiers sondages du second tour
Revenir en haut 
Page 1 sur 1

Permission de ce forum:Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
Forum Haiti : Des Idées et des Débats sur l'Avenir d'Haiti :: Haiti :: Espace Haïti-
Sauter vers: