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Sarah Marie Arnold
Army wife + boy momma x2 • Quia LCMS • Colorado native • INTJ • lover of ideas, numbers, history, tea, antiques, Oxford commas, and books
Army wife + boy momma x2 • Quia LCMS • Colorado native • INTJ • lover of ideas, numbers, history, tea, antiques, Oxford commas, and books
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2016 Election Aftermath (short post)
...is it too early to say "I told you so" again? Quick debrief, with more later: Federal races: 8/8 called, 1 toss-up (no call) CU Regent: 2/2 called, 1 toss-up (leans D, wrong) Board of Ed: 3/3 called State Senate: 16/17 called, 1 toss-up (leans R, right) ...

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2016 Predictions
Unfortunately, due to mommying and starting a new job, I wasn't able to get this out when I had hoped, nor have as much detail together as I would have liked.  However, here is a quick (and very late) update to the Forecast.  Forecast predictions hold unles...

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2016 Colorado Elections Forecast
Don’t worry!   Full predictions will be coming before ballots drop on October 17, but in the meantime, I wanted to give you a sneak peek at what I’m looking at and give you a chance to weigh in on what you realistically think will happen this election cycle...

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The Real Value of Education
This post is the final part in a series of three posts on school choice focusing on value: the value in true bi-partisan support of an issue, the inherent value in choice, and the ultimate value in education.  Read part 1 and part 2 now. “If you don’t have ...

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The Inherent Value in Choice
This post is part two in a series of three posts on school choice focusing on value: the value in true bi-partisan support of an issue, the inherent value in choice, and the ultimate value in education.  Read part 1 now and check back on 23 September for pa...

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The Value of Bi-Partisan Support for School Choice
This post is part one in a series of three posts on school choice focusing on value: the value in true bi-partisan support of an issue, the inherent value in choice, and the ultimate value in education.   Check back on 9 & 23 September for parts 2 & 3, resp...

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"Judge Not": What Does This REALLY Mean?
"But there is one more thing that we should be said about this text, because it is often used against Christians (or anyone, really) who would say that there's a right and a wrong in the world. ... Or especially thinking about the Supreme Court decision on ...

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Opinion: 50 Shades of Ryan Call (He's Just Not That Into You)
If "corruption" was a color, we'd need more than 50 Shades for this post. I have, thus far (and surprisingly successfully), stayed almost entirely out of the 2015 Colorado Republican Chairman's race. It's no secret that Ryan Call and I aren't exactly friend...

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Spoiler Alert! and "Close" Elections
Taken from here . Of 101 Colorado races in 2014, only 9 races had "spoilers" (races where the winner had less than 50%).  And of those races, only 4 resulted in a Democratic victory.  That means 4% of Colorado races were "adversely" affected by third party ...
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