So far the results from the Primary Election are very depressing. I am not hopeful that Pro2A voters are going to turn out like I had hoped for in November. We need some big (ginormous) ideas on how to get Pro2A voters to step up, rally around Brown's opponent and Pro2A House candidates then turn out for November's election, anybody? The Democrats turned out about 320,000 voters so far with less than a 100 precincts left to report and over 80% voted for Brown. So much for Brown being disliked by her own party. The Republicans only turned out 269,000 so far. And there was a pretty sizable split among Buehler and Carpenter supporters, 47% for Knute to 30% for Sam. With the distrust and hate I have seen directed towards Buehler, I wouldn't be surprised if some of the Carpenter supporters don't vote or write in another candidate in Nov. I am having trouble seeing a path forward to taking back the House and now it's looking like we should be worried that the House and Senate could each reach a 2/3rds majority which would allow them to steamroll their agenda through the Legislature during next two sessions. If you see a logical and realistic political path forward that I am missing please share.