In fact, I can see at least 2 Million of them staying home this year compared to 2008 based on the above numbers.
Did two million people stay home, or did two million people simply refuse to vote for a liberal republican and skip that section of the ballot? That would explain the observed lines at polling places as well as the less than expected results. It would be interesting to see an analysis of the down-ticket voter turn out as compared to the top of the ticket.
posted on 11/07/2012 8:31:48 PM PST
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I did not vote for either, but I did vote for the parental notification and for denying state benefits to illegal immigrants ballot issues both which had higher vote totals then R/R looking at down ticket issues may give a better indication of conservative turnout. I would assume other states would be the same lots of conservatives simply could not vote for a liberal...
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