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Latest OH absentee #s (VERY nice)
George Mason Early Voting Project ^ | 10/8/2012

Posted on 10/07/2012 5:16:18 PM PDT by LS

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To: lonestar67

I live in Butler County... It is a solid Republican County.


51 posted on 10/07/2012 7:09:19 PM PDT by carton253
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52 posted on 10/07/2012 7:11:07 PM PDT by musicman (Until I see the REAL Long Form Vault BC, he's just "PRES__ENT" Obama = Without "ID")
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To: coder2

I ‘m born and bred in northern Minnesota, land of sky blue waters, the Star of the North, near the shores of Gitchi Gummi, birthplace of Charles Lindbergh, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Bob Dylan and the Mayo brothers,...and home to the dumbest-ass voters in the republic.
Sorry to say, Romney/Ryan doesn’t have a prayer here.
Put another way; do you think any other state would nominate, let alone elect, Bobby “the Brain “ Heenan (or his equivalent) to public office?


53 posted on 10/07/2012 7:30:07 PM PDT by daler
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To: LS


IS THAT A GUN IN YOUR POCKET


OR ARE YOU JUST GLAD TO SEE ME?




54 posted on 10/07/2012 7:43:09 PM PDT by devolve (----- ------- ------------c.1000_and_c.1620-------- ----------------------------)
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To: coder2

” I was born and raised in MN (lived there for over 50 years). Moved to Wyoming for a better and more free place to live

Anyway, we are back for about a week and have spent some time in Mpls and some northern suburbs.

I have seen 1, just one Obama sign and 1, bumper sticker.

This from the crazy state that loved the big 0 4 years ago

Now maybe this means nothing, but i don’t think so. Zero may lose big here, but I will be back in WY, the only state in the entire country that every county was RED the last election. “

I live in the Twin Cities and I have not seen one Obama sign here either — nor have I seen a Romney sign. Markedly different from previous elections. MN has not voted GOP in the presidential election since 1972, so I expect Obama to win here, but I do find it interesting that he’s running tv ads here — and more than a few at that.

These are not SuperPac ads either, they are from the campaign. I can’t figure out why they would be advertising here. One of two possibilities — they are targeting the Western Wisconsin market(but that’s a rather expensive way to do it), or they have internal polling showing that there is at least a possibility of losing this state.


55 posted on 10/07/2012 7:52:06 PM PDT by lquist1
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To: Sarah Barracuda

I was polled in Virginia yesterday by “Matthews Surveys.”. I asked if it was for a particular pollster. They said it was an independent survey. Never heard of it before.


56 posted on 10/07/2012 7:54:36 PM PDT by Belle22
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To: Combat_Liberalism

Can you get Allen elected Senator as well?

We NEED this to be a conservative seat.


57 posted on 10/07/2012 8:44:56 PM PDT by WOSG (REPEAL AND REPLACE OBAMA. He stole America’s promise!)
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To: LS

Bump


58 posted on 10/07/2012 8:50:27 PM PDT by Jet Jaguar (The pundits have forgotten the 2010 elections.)
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To: coder2

I think Oklahoma was the only state that every county went red in 2008. I will check wiki. I know Oklahoma did, did not hear same about Wyoming.


59 posted on 10/08/2012 3:51:13 AM PDT by I_be_tc
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To: wewereright
No, just absentee ballot requests...but they are way down for the Democrats from the 2008 numbers

This is important in Ohio because the democrats always vote heavily absentee ballot. I can't say for sure but the early voting I think is part of the actual election day voting totals....

Just to give you some perspective here......Republicans tend to come out in-mass on election day to vote and if this was all you counted in 2008 you would have seen a McCain win from Ohio on election day.

In conclusion, the numbers of absentees being way down for Democrats in 2012 is portending a very bad election day for Obozo.

I hope this answers your question. If you want to find out whats going on in Ohio, follow Ravi and LS. They've been doing a lot of the heavy lifting on the numbers in Ohio.

60 posted on 10/08/2012 5:46:25 AM PDT by thingumbob (I'm a bitter clinger...I dare you to take my gun)
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To: WOSG

I just sent him $10. I plan to send him at least 10 more before 10/20. He’s up against some desperate Donkey big bucks down there. The race is still a toss up. Recent polls have shown Allen behind but he should gain and win it by a nose. Why? Romney will win Virginia going away. Romney’s coattails will sweep Allen to victory. Lots of conservatives and others who normally vote GOP did not vote in ‘08. They are going to show up BIG TIME this year to send the Kenyan back to his Chicago Thugville digs or better yet to Kenya. While they are in the booth, or at home filling out their absentee ballot, they are going to select Allen, too. If there is anything you and your family can do to help, do it.


61 posted on 10/08/2012 6:01:32 AM PDT by Combat_Liberalism
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To: thingumbob

When is the last day to request absentee ballots? Is it right up through election day?


62 posted on 10/08/2012 6:01:52 AM PDT by mrs9x
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To: libbylu
490,000 votes have been removed from the voter rolls in the state so far. I say so far, because when that figure came out, it did not include all of the voters like my spouse and I who where about to mail back our "cancellation of voter registration forms" from the state of Ohio since we had moved out in 2011.

Those numbers are going to increase. And 44% of that 490K came from Cuyahoga county, City of Cleveland area, which has been voting heavily Democratic for eons....350,000 of the vote loss came from the three big counties which include the three big cities of Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati.

In short, the Republican Sec. of State is cleaning up the voter rolls. He found our names through the United States Postal Service address list.

63 posted on 10/08/2012 6:02:26 AM PDT by thingumbob (I'm a bitter clinger...I dare you to take my gun)
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To: mrs9x
The website from the Board of Elections says you can ask for an absentee ballot up to 12 - noon on the Saturday before the election and it must be returned by 7:30pm or poll closing on Election Day BUT

Someone made a comment earlier that last Friday was the deadline for the request. Which may be true and makes common sense since they are now early voting in Ohio.

I hope that answers your question....that's about all I can give on it....we moved away in 2011.

64 posted on 10/08/2012 6:13:49 AM PDT by thingumbob (I'm a bitter clinger...I dare you to take my gun)
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