Skip to comments.Romney Campaign: GOP Turnout Looks Good in Ohio
Posted on 11/06/2012 10:40:47 AM PST by forbushalltheway
The Romney campaign sent this out earlier. Republican turnout looks good in Ohio. Via Josh Kraushaar from Hotline on Call:
Overall, early vote turnout OH up 2.44% in state. Down -4.1% in Obama/Kerry counties; up 14.39% in Bush/McCain counties.
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Excellent news if true.
If the pundits tonight start talking about “unexpected high turnout in GOP areas”, you know it’s pretty much in the bag.
Good? Dammit, I want GREAT. :)
This is what I want!
Well shoot, it’s just now getting on 2 in the afternoon. Most of the poor little deadbeats are just waking up...
I’m all for a clean sweep, a blowout, but I’ll take the smallest margin of victory if it means denying Barack Obama another four years! This contest is literally good vs. evil.
I want Romney to win big. Big enough that no amount of “found” ballots can make up the difference.
“Im all for a clean sweep, a blowout, but Ill take the smallest margin of victory if it means denying Barack Obama another four years! This contest is literally good vs. evil.”
So true. Jedi Master versus Sith Lord.
got a text just a short time ago, from my son who cast his vote for Romney/Ryan. Said all his friends are voting Romney. Son lives in Ohio, just south of Columbus. Woot.
Spoke to two people today, who listed friends, employees, and relatives - WHO HAVE NEVER VOTED BEFORE - all voted for Romney today.
What I want to know is the GOP turnout in Kerry/obama counties.
Would this merit an "unexpected" ping, or should that just be limited to jobless reports?
It would be the ultimate in “Unexpected” pings.
Same here.....I KNOW a close Election outcome in Ohio means a "Franken" style outcome, with Found ballots, Lawsuits, Hanging Chads, Voter-Intent, etc. and an un-ending dragged-out mess......
My polling place this morning had RECORD turnout, all parking spaces filled, and the Election Poll Worker told me they were lined up a half hour before the Polls opened. We live in a Cuyahoga County suburb, Romney/Ryan signs EVERYWHERE, and are trying to offset the Fraud in the County Cesspool (Cleveland), so that Ohio goes the Right Way.
Ahem. To all: “told ya.”
I fear the Libs long-term strategy is to so totally debase the election process to the point where nobody has any confidence in it, making the country ungovernable via a Democratic process. Enter the alternative.
The alternative will be revolution because we in the South will not stand for it.
It’s all good in the neighborhood. But let’s not pop our corks yet. We still have a long nite ahead.
As for you Terry,
Cuyahoga (Kerry/Obama county): In 2008, 36,000 republicans voted early/absentee; In 2012, that number is 53,000. So there’s your republican surge in democratic cuyahoga.
Keep our foot on the pedal.