Friday, October 16, 2009

Democrats (House) running for re-election in 2010: 74 seats

South- 21 seats
Bobby Bright- Alabama
Parker Griffith-Alabama
Marion Berry-Arkansas
Vic Snyder- Arkansas
Allen Boyd- Florida
Alan Grayson- Florida ( compared health care with the Holocaust)
Ron Klein- Florida
Suzanne Kosmas-Florida
Jim Marshall- Georgia
John Barrow- Georgia (Bluedog)
Charlie Melancon- Louisiana
Travis Childers- Mississipppi
Larry Kissell- North Car
Health Shuler- North Car
Bart Gordon- Tennessee (Bluedog)
Chet Edwards- Texas
Ciro Rodriguez- Texas
Glenn Nye- Va
Tom Perriello- Va
Rick Boucher- Va (Bluedog)
Gerald Connolly- Va

West-17 seats
John Salazar- Colorado
Betsy Markey-Colorado (said that we have no choice to pay more taxes for healthcare)
Jerry McNerney-ca
Dennis Cardoze- ca
Loretta Sanchez-ca
Ann Kirkpatrick- AZ
Harry Mitchell-AZ
Gabrielle Giffords- AZ
Neil Abercrombie- Hawaii
Walt Minnick- Idaho
Rina Titus- Nevada
Martin Heinrich- New Mexico
Harry Teague- New Mexico
Timothy Bishop- New Mexico
Pete DeFazio- Oregon
Kurt Shrader- Oregon
Brian Baird- Washington

Northeast- 19 seats
Joe Courtney- CT
Jim Himes- CT
Christopher Murphy-CT
Frank Kratovil- Maryland
Mark Schauer- Maryland
Carol Shea-Porter- New Hampshire (State Univ that ordered the American Flag taken down)
Paul Hodes- New Hampshire
John Adler- New Jersey
Michael McMahon- New York
John Hall- New York
Scott Murphy- New York
Michael Arcuri- New York
Daniel Maffei- New York
Kath Dahlkemper- PA
Jason Altimire-PA
Joe Sestak-PA
Christopher Carney-PA
Paul Kanjorski-PA
John Murtha-PA

Deborah Halvorson (from the corrupt state of Illinois)
Foster- Illinois
Donnelly- Indiana
Baron Hill-Indiana(Bluedog)
David Loebsack- Iowa
Leonard Boswell- Iowa
Dennis Moore- Kansas
Gary Peters- Michigan
Timothy Walz- Michigan
Ike Skelton- Missouri
Luetkemeyer- Missouri
Bobby Kilroy- Ohio
John Boccieri- Ohio
Zachary Space- Ohio
Stephanie Herseth Sandlin-South dakota
Ron Kind- Wisconsin
Steve Kagen-Wisconsin

Monday, October 5, 2009

updates of non-ESPN teams

Because of the coverage and bias of ESPN by its regional teams (NY, Bos, Pha, Pitt, etc)
There is an update and discussion of teams outside that area.

2009 Week 4 update: South central area
Dallas had a tough contest with the Broncos and fell to 2-2
Houston beat Oakland 29-6 to improve its record to 2-2
Tennessee fell again to Jacksonville 37-17 and are now 0-4
New Orleans won again over the ESPN Jets and are now 4-0

Texas had a winning yr for the second time in the 2000s with a 87-75 record
Houston finished 74-88 but finished with a winning record for the 2000s with 832.5 wins

College football:
Teams of this region are having excellent yrs thus far:
Texas is an undefeated 4-0
Texas Tech is 3-2 after a win over New Mexico
Houston is 4-1 after a defeat to UTEP
Tennessee Vols 2-3 dropped its contest against Auburn as they continue to struggle
Alabama 5-0 in Nick Saban's third yr
lsu 5-0 pulled off a big win over Ga on sat and will face Florida this sat
Alabama's instate rival Auburn is 5-0 after a big win over the Vols on sat
Oklahoma State
Ole Miss
Miss St
So Miss