Skip to comments.AZ-5 Hayworth - NOT A LOSS YET, NOT AT ALL.
Posted on 11/08/2006 12:07:45 PM PST by Gribbles141
Heard on the radio here just now that there are roughly about 100,000 mail-in ballots still to be counted, and roughly 50,000 of those were brought to the polls yesterday. And with the race being this close: Mitchell - 71,077 - 51% Hayworth - 65,122 - 46% and with Hayworth not yet conceeding, its possible we could hold this seat.
Thanks for posting this!
Let's hope. When do they say they will have them counted by?
NC State Alum ping!
How did Hayworth lose?
I'm not sure, last night I heard something about Thursday, but I really don't know for sure.
I sure hope this turns out for AZ and Hayworth. One or two nice surprises would be great right now.
Well hopefully it's because all his voters voted by absentee ballot and haven't been counted yet. :-)
A miracle here and there would help my mood... LOL
Man I hope so. I have always liked JD. I was shocked when he was reported as a loss. Fingers are crossed but I am still skeptical.
Whats the point , Bush has declared that he'll roll over for anything Pelosi wants, no matter how putrid it is to his base if they just won't say anything bad about him... and the RINO's will enable it...
YES, I forgot to add that Mail-in ballots in AZ usually trend Republican.
That's the best news I've heard all day. *crossing my fingers*
Those numbers don't seem right. Too many mail in ballots compared to the total number that each candidate currently has.
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