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Don't let phone banks fill you with false optimism. Our phone banking had us at 80%, we lost with 43%.

People have a strong urge to tell you what you want to hear. Or they say they will vote and then they don't. Only about 15-20% vote in a primary, although Conn.'s may get more, as it's so high profile.

Plus my sample space is too small to mean anything. But I did think it was interesting that the Dems I spoke to who are voting for the GOP guy for Congress are all voting for Lieberman.

I'll tell you why I'm really excited about this race - CT, god bless the SecSt, votes on their old machines. This election won't be destroyed by the unverifiability of paperless machines.

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