January 2012 meeting notes

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Brief overview of DAG-Munich events for 2012 and what the election is shaping up to be like (As of 11.1.12)

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January 2012 meeting notes

  1. 1. 2012 Democrats Abroad Munich EventsMarch: Annual General Meeting in Stuttgart,Jefferson Jackson DinnerMay: Global PrimaryJuly: 4th of July CelebrationsOctober: OktoberfestNovember: Election Night Party, Thanksgiving
  2. 2. 2012 Democrats Abroad Ongoing Events• Info Stands• Flyer Distribution• Phone Banking• Subchapter Events• Political Pub Night• Voter Assistance
  3. 3. 2012 Democrats Abroad Meeting Topics• Republican • Technology Candidate • Campaign Finance• Environment • Education• Economy • Financial Reform• Human Rights• LGBT • Immigration• Foreign Policy • Congressional• Women’s Rights Races
  4. 4. 2012 Iowa Caucus Results
  5. 5. 2012 New Hampshire Primary Results
  6. 6. 2012 Primary Schedule (Through Super Tuesday)Tuesday, January 3: Iowa caucuses (Democratic & Republican)Tuesday, January 10: New HampshireSaturday, January 21: Nevada Democratic caucuses, South Carolina RepublicanPrimarySaturday, January 28: South Carolina Democratic primaryTuesday, January 31: FloridaSaturday, February 4 : Maine Republican caucuses (through February11), Nevada Republican caucusesTuesday, February 7: Colorado Republican caucuses, Minnesota Republicancaucuses, Missouri (non-binding)Tuesday, February 28: Arizona Republican primary, Michigan RepublicanprimarySaturday, March 3: Washington Republican caucusesTuesday, March 6 (Super Tuesday): Alaska Republican caucuses, ColoradoDemocratic caucuses, Georgia, Idaho Republicancaucuses, Massachusetts, Minnesota Democratic caucuses, North DakotaRepublican caucuses, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, WyomingRepublican caucuses (through March 10)
  7. 7. 2012 Key DatesMarch 6: “Super Tuesday”: primaries in Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma,Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia; caucuses in Alaska, Idaho, North Dakota, andWyoming.May 1-5: Democrats Abroad Global PrimaryAug. 27-30: Republican National Convention, Tampa, Fla.Sept. 3-6: Democratic National Convention, Charlotte, N.C.Oct. 3: Presidential debate, University of Denver, ColoradoOct. 11: Vice presidential debate, Centre College, Danville, Ky.Oct. 16: Presidential debate, Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.Oct. 22: Presidential debate, Lynn University, Boca Raton, Fla.Nov. 6: Election Day
  8. 8. 2008 Electoral College Results Obama: 365 McCain: 173
  9. 9. 2012 Senate Elections
  10. 10. 2012 Gubernatorial RacesLight Red: Term-limited Republican; Dark Red: Incumbent RepublicanLight Blue: Term-limited or Retiring Democrat; Dark Blue: Incumbent DemocratGray: No Election
  11. 11. Alabama Alaska ArizonaElectoral Votes – 9 Electoral Votes - 3 Electoral Votes – 11 (+1)House Seats - 7 House Seats - 1 House Seats – 8 Senate: Jon Kyl (R), retiringArkansas California California Cont’dElectoral Votes – 6 Electoral Votes – 55 24th – Elton Gallegly (R)House Seats – 4 House Seats – 53 51st – Bob Filner (D),House Retirements: House Retirements: running for mayor of San4th District – Mike Ross (D) 2nd – Wally Herger (R) Diego 6th – Lynn Woosley (D) Senate: 18th – Dennis Cordoza (D) Dianne Feinstein (D), running for reelectionColorado Connecticut DelawareElectoral Votes – 9 Electoral Votes – 7 Electoral Votes – 3House Seats - 7 House Seats – 5 House Seats – 1 House Retirements: Senate: 5th – Chris Murphy (D), Tom Carper (D), reelection running for Senate Governor: Jack Markell (D), Senate: has not announced Joe Lieberman (I), retiring reelection campaign
  12. 12. Florida Georgia HawaiiElectoral Votes – 29 (+2) Electoral Votes – 16 (+1) Electoral Votes – 4House Seats – 25 House Seats - 13 House Seats – 2House Retirements: House Retirements:14th – Connie Mack IV (R), MazieHirono (D), running forrunning for Senate SenateSenate: Senate:Bill Nelson (D), reelection Daniel Akaka (D), retiringIdaho Illinois IndianaElectoral Votes – 4 Electoral Votes – 20 (-1) Electoral Votes – 11House Seats – 2 House Seats – 19 House Seats – 9 House Retirements: House Retirements: 12th – Jerry Costello (D) 2nd – Joe Donnelly (D), running for SenateIndiana Cont’d Iowa Kansas6th – Mike Pence (R), running Electoral Votes – 6 (-1) Electoral Votes – 6for Governor House Seats – 5 House Seats – 4GovernorMitch Daniels (R) – TermLimited
  13. 13. Kentucky Louisiana MaineElectoral Votes – 8 Electoral Votes – 8 (-1) Electoral Votes – 4House Seats – 6 House Seats - 4 House Seats – 2House Retirements: Senate:4th – Geoff Davis (R) Olympia Snowe (R), reelectionMaryland Massachusetts MichiganElectoral Votes – 10 Electoral Votes – 11 (-1) Electoral Votes – 16 (-1)House Seats – 8 House Seats – 10 House Seats – 15Senate: House Retirements: House Retirements:Ben Cardin (D), 1st – John Olver (D) 5th – Dale Kildee (D)reelection 4th – Barney Frank (D) Senate: Senate: Debbie Stabenow (D), reelection Scott Brown (R), reelectionMinnesota Mississippi MissouriElectoral Votes – 10 Electoral Votes – 6 Electoral Votes – 10 (-1)House Seats – 8 House Seats – 5 House Seats – 9Senate: Senate: House Retirements:Amy Klobuchar (D), Roger Wicker (R), 2nd – Todd Akin (D), running for Senatereelection reelection Senate: Claire McCaskill (D), reelection Governor: Jay Nixon (D), reelection
  14. 14. Montana Nebraska NevadaElectoral Votes – 3 Electoral Votes – 5 Electoral Votes – 6 (+1)House Seats – 1 House Seats – 3 House Seats – 3House Retirements: Senate: House Retirements:Denny Rehberg (R),running Ben Nelson (D), retiring House Retirements:for Senate 1st – Shelley Berkley (D)Governor: Senate: Dean Heller (R),Brian Schweitzer (D), Term reelectionLimitedNew Hampshire New Jersey New MexicoElectoral Votes – 4 Electoral Votes – 14 (-1) Electoral Votes – 5House Seats – 2 House Seats – 13 House Seats – 3Governor: Senate: House Retirements:John Lynch (D), retiring Bob Menendez (D), 1st – Martin Heinrich (D), reelection running for Senate Senate: Jeff Bingaman (D), retiringNew York North CarolinaElectoral Votes – 29 (-2) Electoral Votes – 15House Seats – 29 House Seats – 13Senate: Governor:Kirsten Gillibrand (D), Beverly Perdue (D),reelection reelection
  15. 15. North Dakota Ohio OklahomaElectoral Votes – 3 Electoral Votes – 18 (-2) Electoral Votes – 7House Seats – 1 House Seats – 18 House Seats – 5House Retirements: House Retirements: House Retirements:Rick Berg (D) 7th – Steve Austria (R) 2nd – Dan Boren (D)Senate: Kent Conrad (D), Senate:retiring Sherrod Brown (D),Governor: Jack Dalrymple reelection(R), no announcement yetOregon Pennsylvania Rhode IslandElectoral Votes – 7 Electoral Votes – 20 (-1) Electoral Votes – 4House Seats – 5 House Seats – 19 House Seats – 2 Senate: Senate: Bob Casey Jr. (D), reelection Sheldon Whitehouse (D), reelectionSouth Carolina South Dakota TennesseeElectoral Votes – 9 (+1) Electoral Votes – 3 Electoral Votes – 11House Seats - 6 House Seats – 1 House Seats – 9 Senate: Bob Corker (R), reelection
  16. 16. Texas Utah VermontElectoral Votes – 38 (+4) Electoral Votes – 6 (+1) Electoral Votes – 3House Seats – 32 House Seats – 3 House Seats – 1House Retirements: Senate: Senate:20th – Charlie Gonzalez (D) Orrin Hatch (R), reelection Bernie Sanders (I), reelection14th – Ron Paul (R) Governor: Governor:Senate: Gary Herbert (R), no Peter Shumlin (D), noKay Bailey Hutchinson (R), announcement yet announcement yetretiringVirginia Washington West VirginiaElectoral Votes – 13 Electoral Votes – 12 (+1) Electoral Votes – 5House Seats – 11 House Seats – 9 House Seats – 3Senate: House Retirements: Senate:Jim Webb (D), retiring 1st – Jay Inslee (D) Joe Manchin (D), reelection Senate: Maria Cantwell (D), Governor: reelection Earl Ray Tomblin (D), Governor: Christine Gregoire reelection (D), reelection
  17. 17. Wisconsin WyomingElectoral Votes – 10 Electoral Votes – 3House Seats – 8 House Seats - 1House Retirements: Senate:2nd – Tammy Baldwin (D), JohnBarrasso (R), reelectionrunning for SenateSenate:Herb Kohl (D), retiring

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