Sometimes you would be better off keeping your mouth shut rather than making stuff up. Looking at the last 8 gubernatorial elections, you have a 5-3 R advantage. Here is how they break down:Rate This wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 1:46 pmI think the most amazing thing here is that you think she’ll have a big loss at the polls in 2 years. Republicans are a minority in this state. That means you will need some independents and Democrats on the band wagon. Good luck.bmw wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 1:27 pmTo be clear, I'm not particularly happy about being correct, because after all, not only has Whitmer done literally a decade or more of damage (no exaggeration) to this state with her reckless behavior, but we're still stuck with her for at least another 2 years. What sickens me most about it is how she campaigned as a moderate who could get things done by working with Republicans. Remember those ads? What an absolute lie.
The only justice will be two-fold - a flood of lawsuits filed against her and/or her position, and a big loss at the polls in 2 years.
Blowouts: 5 - 3 R, 2 D - Engler (1994, 1998), Snyder (2010), Granholm (2006), Whitmer (2018)
Comfortable wins: 2 - 1 R, 1 D - Snyder (2014), Granholm (2002)
Close election: 1 - 1 R, 0 D - Engler (1990)