Proving that the winds of change truly are blowing through America, Matt Lindland won the Republican nomination for the Oregon House of Representatives, trouncing the bitch who tried to smear him by claiming he was a felon.
According to KATU.com, Lindland won in decisive fashion, garnering 57% of the vote in comparison to Thiemann’s 43%. A total of 2,410 registered Republicans came out to support Lindland, while Thiemann recorded 1,803 votes.
Lindland will now move onto the general election, where he will take on the winner of the Democratic primary, Suzanne VanOrman.
VanOrman won her nomination in overwhelming fashion by registering 82% of the total votes cast. A total of 5,468 Democrats turned out to register their vote for VanOrman.
While things may look grim comparing the number of votes Matt got in comparison to VanOrman, you have to factor in the fact that many Republicans didn’t bother showing up to vote since the main vote that people care about – the one for Republican presidential nominee – is already dealt with. On the other hand, the Democratic nomination is still up in the air for some retarded reason. And I bang my head against the table every day because of it.