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Turnout in the richest and fastest growing county
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Posted on 11/07/2006 2:18:23 PM PST by RightSideRedux
Hugh turnout in Loudoun county (turnout in 2004 was 70%).
Loudoun is outside of D.C. just beyond the "blue" suburbs.
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Exurbs - they are a GOP stronghold and turnout will definitely help Allen, so its a good sign. Northern Virginia - the immediate area around DC is liberal.
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posted on 11/07/2006 2:19:53 PM PST
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Hugh turnout = series problem for Webb.
posted on 11/07/2006 2:28:35 PM PST
(Some people are like Slinkies: totally useless, but fun to throw down a stair.)
In Alexandria, a liberal bastion for Jim Moran and presumably for Jim Webb, I was in and out of the polls within 5 minutes. There's never any waiting here, and I can't notice any difference in turnout compared to 2004 or 2002.
It didn't rain early enough to matter, and I voted around 10:00 AM.
posted on 11/07/2006 2:31:19 PM PST
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How many Hughes turned out?
posted on 11/07/2006 2:44:04 PM PST
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I voted straight Republican in Middleburg, mid afternoon. It was raining then and the turnout was light. There was no rain in the AM, so turnout may have been heavier. I hung around for awhile and watched a steady influx of voters. No one seemed to be talking to the Webb people on the curb in front!
posted on 11/07/2006 2:47:09 PM PST
Sorry but the North Eastern most part of the county is still part of the blue 'burbs, unfortunately.
posted on 11/07/2006 3:49:46 PM PST
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