Hey Alabama is Alphabetically First!!!!
PRESIDENT (9) - Bush won by 26 percentage points, despite Democrats' bid to rally voters for Kerry. 63% to 37%
SENATE - GOP Sen. Richard Shelby (news, bio, voting record) easily claimed a fourth term, marking his 10th straight election to congressional or state office in three decades. 68% to 32%
HOUSE - Current: 5R, 2D. All incumbents won, including first-term Republican Rep. Mike Rogers, who sought re-election in a district Democrats had hoped to capture.
PROPOSITIONS - Voters were divided over a measure to repeal segregation-era language from the state constitution. The measure, which remained undecided early Wednesday, drew criticism from opponents who claimed it could trigger a court order to increase public school funding, risking a potential tax increase.
EXIT POLL - Bush won in every age range, including 18-to-24-year-old voters and more than two-thirds of those over 65.
posted on 11/03/2004 7:54:54 AM PST
by Conspiracy Guy
(Ignorance, bigotry, envy, and gluttony are a few floor joists in the democratic platform.)
I have to admit, the Colorado GOP put up two weak candidates. Pete Coors was in a tough spot, but Greg Walcher was simply terrible. Not that the Democrat candidate brothers, Ken and John Salazar were much better. In the future, I look for big changes in the state GOP efforts at choosing candidates to run for federal offices.
More importantly, PresBush won the state by 7% and Prop36 was soundly defeated!
posted on 11/03/2004 7:57:43 AM PST
by Reagan Man
(.....................................................The Choice is Clear....... Re-elect BUSH-CHENEY)
I cant wait to see the precinct map of red-blue areas. It will show very small dots of blue in a sea of red.
posted on 11/03/2004 8:12:01 AM PST
(We need to water the liberty tree)
Thanks for posting. I've been looking for a state recap.
posted on 11/03/2004 8:15:33 AM PST
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