Skip to comments.OH Update: Jay Cost (This Should Just About Do It)
Posted on 11/02/2004 8:58:59 PM PST by LS
Bush nets 20,000 votes in Butler County, Cincinnati Suburb.
Bush nets 856 in NE Wayne County. Bush still up 1.7% in NE Ohio...waiting on more Cuyahoga.
Bush nets 1990 in Marion County, West Central
West Ohio...Bush nets 2,900 votes in Darke County.
Central Ohio...reports my Hawkeye, [JAY MEANS "BUCKEYE"] "Good news for Bush. Bush up significantly in the following counties: Clark +5 (big county) Greene +3 (big county) Ross +2.6 (med county) Down BIGTIME in Coshocton (9% down) but it's a really SMALL county. All of the other 16 counties in my group, Bush is doing better by about 1-3%. But these are smaller counties (but every vote counts). Maybe down by a fraction of a point in a couple small counties."
Bush holding his own in Dayton and Columbus, reports another Hawkeye [BUCKEYE]: "Bush's percentage increase is about 1%. With 60% in Franklin (Columbus), Bush is ahead 50-49.5 -- he lost it 48-47 in 2000. With 73% in Montgomery (Dayton), Kerry is ahead 50-49 -- in 2000, Gore won it by 50-48."
LS.. fingers crossed.
Could you go and panic on only one thread?
Dayton is tough for Kerry to win by a huge margin with Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton ...
You are spamming every thread with that comment...... stop the doom and gloom.
You nedd to chill out dear...you are spamming threads with fear and loathing.
Hope you're right. I'll feel a lot better when more of the vote is counted and it shows Bush with still a solid lead. When is Fox going to give Flordia to Bush?!
Calm- Wisconsin back to Bush!
You post that on every thread. Have a drink, have a few drinks and relax. Bush will win, count on it. BTW, welcome to freerepublic!
It's okay .... she's praying for Bush. It's all good!
It's over if Bush gets Ohio !
Stop posting this in every freaking thread.
Bush's lead has grown from 130,000 to 152,000 in a few short % of precincts reporting.
According to the Ohio SecState site, Bush is now 30000 votes down (53-47) in Franklin county, with 93% reporting.
LOL. Thank you for that.
Professor, how d'ya think Cayahoga will "net" out?
PLUS, the majority of three of the four most conservatice counties in the state have yet to report in - Hamilton, Clermont and Warren (Greater Cincinnati).
Where is it showing Wisconsin back to Bush? Drudge still shows it leaning Kerry.
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