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  1. Marjorie, how are the Brexit Party and Nigel Farage looking for the GE? Farage has announced that the Brexit Party will not field candidates in Tory held seats. Good for BJ? Also, Jacob Rees-Mogg, how will he fare? I think he’s being sidelined in the campaign due to his crass comments re. Grenfell.

  2. Hi – Nikki Haley is back…with a book…and loads of support for Donald. Is there anything noteworthy in her charts for now and into the election? I read the post 11th August 2017 , looks to be heading into the swamp that was to be already drained. Thanks.

    • She’s clearly written the book with an eye to consolidating her credentials with the GOP as a Trump supporter – but she miscalculated with the Tillerson/Kelly story which was intended to show how goody-two-shoes she was. What most people took away from it was that the most senior officials thought Trump had lost the plot (or never had the capacity to find it).

  3. Marjorie, please would you look at Helen Boham Carter’s chart because she seems the sanest person around at the moment, is good fun and above all, is not a politician!
    Many thanks.

  4. Marjorie,

    Please consider doing an update on Michael Bloomberg. Unfortunately, he’s decided to enter the 2020 race. Can’t hide my feelings, he was loathsome and arrogant as NYC mayor. Also, if time and interest allows, could you also take a look at Jim Jordon’s chart. He’s the republican congressman who will be doing Trump’s bidding during the impeachment hearings. Thank you.

  5. from yahoo finance:
    That said, all of this isn’t to say this market rally could steamroll into 2020 without being tested. It’s very likely Fed officials will try to deflate some air out of the equities market balloon they have helped inflate. Moreover, the U.S. trade war is alive and kicking despite the eventual signatures of President Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping on a phase one trade deal document.

    But in the meantime, rally on. And to Trump’s tweet specifically on the markets… get ready to have a bumper holiday season.

  6. Voters elected Daniel Cameron, the former legal counsel for Sen. Mitch McConnell, as Kentucky’s attorney general on Tuesday.

    Why it matters: Cameron’s win is historic for Kentucky as he becomes its first African American attorney general, its first independently elected African American individual to win statewide office and its first Republican attorney general in more than 70 years, according to the New York Times.

  7. Since 1792 Kentucky has returned a Republican Governor for 36 years – never once re-electing the same Republican. The losing Republican Governor had an approval rating of 34%. That he came within 1% of holding on speaks volumes about the winner (son of the previous Democrat Governor)

    • I searched this out, too, and yes, it’s an interesting pattern. All the other State wide contests went to a Republican by a 15-20 point margin, so obviously Kentucky isn’t turning even bluisg and Bevin was deeply unpopular. However, Mitch McConnell is even less popular than Bevin, 26 per cent approval rate in Kentucky he practically owns. And the other Senator Rand Paul can’t even get support of his neighbors.

  8. Marjorie, Les mentioned McConnell’s opponent, Amy McGrath. Could you please look at what she’s facing pre- and post-election? She was born June 3, 1975. Many thanks.

  9. Marjorie, Chris Romero beat me to it. I’d like you to look at Andy Beshear’s chart, but I’d also like you to look at Matt Bevin’s chart. As Chris noted, it was a tight race but Beshear won by over 5,000 votes. One hundred percent of the votes have been counted; however, Bevin is refusing to concede! Bevin was born January 9, 1967. Thanks.

    • Bevin campaign formally asks for a recanvass in Kentucky

      “”With last night’s election too close to call and multiple reports of voting irregularities, Governor Matt Bevin’s campaign is formally requesting an official recanvass,” the campaign said in a statement.”


      All those unregistered dead voters the Far Left used…

  10. Marjorie,

    There was just a huge upset last night (Tuesday, November 5th) in Kentucky (a heavily Republican voting state). Democrat Andy Beshear actually defeated Republican “Tea Party” incumbent Matt Biven in their gubernatorial race. Mitch McConnell, Donald Trump, and Rand Paul had been in Kentucky campaigning and stumping for Matt Biven….but their efforts failed. It was a very close (nail biter) race, but Democrat Andy Beshear managed to win by about 5,000 votes. Beshear was able to win some of the rural counties in Eastern Kentucky – a region full of “ancestral Democrats” who tend to vote Republican in most elections. Beshear also carried many of the traditionally Republican voting suburbs.

    Also, in Virginia, Democrats took control of the Virginia State Senate AND the Virginia House of Delegates. Data wonks are now saying Virginia should no longer be considered a “swing state” because they’ve been voting Democrat in Presidential and state elections since 2008. Obama won Virginia twice and so did Hillary Clinton. Virginia is now the only state in the South where Democrats control every state and federal govt. office.

    All in all, last night was a marvelous night for Democrats – as a Democrat myself, I know I was ecstatic. It’s also a sign that many people in this country really have had enough of Trump and the Republican Party and they want change.

    Anyway, I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind doing a post on Andy Beshear. I couldn’t find his birth time, but I did read that he was born on November 29, 1977 in Louisville, Kentucky. Astrologically speaking, does Beshear appear he’ll be successful in his first term?

    Chris Romero
    Optimistic Democrat
    Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.

    • Yes, and maybe take another look at Mitch McConnell since he’s up for reelection in Kentucky next November and this Democratic win can’t be good news for him. Marjorie’s last post in August had him “highly stressed December [ed: was this 2020?]; and badly sagging morale and plans collapsing late January 2021 just after the Inauguration and running off and on till late 2022.” McConnell will be dealing with the impeachment trial in the Senate whenever it gets passed over to them. Then he has a strong challenger in former Marine fighter pilot and political novice Amy McGrath, who is currently roughly tied in polling against him.

      • Les,

        I was thinking the same thing. I know it was a very close gubernatorial race, but for a Democrat to defeat an incumbent “Tea Party” Republican candidate in a predominately Non-Hispanic White, vastly rural, and very culturally conservative state like Kentucky….well, that cannot be a good sign for Republicans (Mitch McConnell in particular).

        I too would love know if Marjorie Orr has any further astrological insights regarding Mitch McConnell… that Democrat Andy Beshear will be the new governor of Kentucky.

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