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To: gswilder

True but all these threads being posted by certain members with headlines proclaiming huge early voting looking good for Obama is starting to get to me a little.


19 posted on 10/27/2012 9:30:44 PM PDT by snarkytart
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To: snarkytart

This poll has the same....big lead (no numbers given though) supposedly for O in early voting. I am just trying to think of 2010.....Dems were all excited with big early voting leads. Well, we all know that didn’t matter in the final result.


21 posted on 10/27/2012 9:34:11 PM PDT by rwfromkansas ("Carve your name on hearts, not marble." - C.H. Spurgeon)
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To: snarkytart

The pollsters said the same thing about Ohio in 2010. They said the early voting, and registrations favored the Democrats. They were wrong.

Kasich won the governorship.

Ohio Senate: No Republican incumbents lost , while 2 Democratic incumbents lost.

Ohio House of Representatives: No Republican incumbents lost, while 11 incumbent Democratic incumbent lost.


26 posted on 10/27/2012 10:16:10 PM PDT by 1035rep
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To: snarkytart

Adrian Gray has addressed those claims-—actually, I spoke with him last week. Ds were cherry picking one county where they had a lead, and ignored many others, especially the bell weather counties which showed slight R leads. Again, we don’t even need to win early vote, just not lose huge. Gary’s numbers show that already, before Election Day we have eliminated almost all of the D early vote advantage so far.


32 posted on 10/28/2012 4:40:29 AM PDT by LS ("Castles Made of Sand, Fall in the Sea . . . Eventually (Hendrix))
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To: snarkytart
"True but all these threads being posted by certain members with headlines proclaiming huge early voting looking good for Obama is starting to get to me a little."

Then don't give them what they want...

Feel free to quote this instead...

Natl Bush 2000 47.9% 50,456,002 48.4% 50,999,897
Ohio Bush 2000 50% 2,351,209 46.5% 2,186,190
Natl Bush 2004 50.7% 62,040,610 48.3% 59,028,444
Ohio Bush 2004 50.8% 2,858,727 48.7% 2,739,952
Natl Bobo 2008 52.9% 69,456,897 45.7% 59,934,814
Ohio Bobo 2008 51.5% 2,940,044 46.9% 2,677,820

In Ohio, the GOP candidate consistently receives votes equal to, or greater than, his National popular vote.

< / argument >
41 posted on 10/28/2012 7:07:15 AM PDT by StAnDeliver (2008 + IN, NE1, NC, FL, VA, OH, CO, IA, NH = 285EV)
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