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Counting chickens is a big political no-no, especially in light of Republicans’ preternatural ability to screw things up, but this tastes delicious:

A leading Democratic pollster predicted a “sobering” turnout disadvantage for her party in this year’s midterm elections and called on Democrats to articulate “a bigger economic agenda” this fall. “There is a huge turnout disadvantage and challenge,” Democratic pollster Celinda Lake said Tuesday at a breakfast with reporters. “There is always a challenge in turnout in an off year, but it’s really dramatic this time.” Lake was speaking a breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor. Lake and Republican pollster Ed Goeas revealed results of a new George Washington University poll that showed GOP voter intensity in 2014 outpacing Democratic intensity by seven points. The poll indicated that 64% of Republicans say they are “extremely likely” to vote in November’s midterms, compared with 57% of Democrats. “I think we saw it play out in the Florida special,” Lake said, referring to the GOP’s special election victory earlier this month in Florida’s 13th Congressional district. She called the Republican turnout machine in that race “darn effective,” and said Democrats should not underestimate the GOP’s get-out-the-vote operation this year.

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