Skip to comments.2012 ELECTION LIVE THREAD II !!!!!!!!
Posted on 11/06/2012 4:02:30 PM PST by GQuagmireEdited on 11/06/2012 5:00:14 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Since I haven't seen one yet, I'll start it.
Is the electoral map I’m using.
So far, no surprises. Lots of votes not yet tallied, even where polls have closed.
With voting hours being extended, and contentious states running close (opening the door for the lawsuits) - it’s going to be a long night.
It’s not very common though. Hard to see O winning if Romney gets 52% that’s for sure.
Slick did win with 43% though. lol
Dick Morris ✔ @DickMorrisTweet #election2012 with 1/3 in, Romney is 12 ahead. Could be a very big win. Expected to go Romneyby 5 if more, could be big win
Florida has me worried AGAIN. Let’s hope I can change my username to HAPPY At Florida when this is done lol!!
Chill? I was confident earlier however the depressing panel on FNC and O’Reilly injecting his doom and gloom analysis made my stomach tighten. The fact some states are still too close to call adds to the apprehension. Fortunately O’Reilly was followed by Rove who eased some of the tension. Just looked at Sabato’s tweet who sees good news for Romney in Va.
It is so easy to hack email accounts - ask everyone who gets spam from friend’s hacked accounts. It’s so common that there is a “report that your friend’s account has been hacked” button on hotmail.
Oh how can Obama have a chance. He sold out the younger generation and saddled them with high debt - 20 Trillion at the end of the next 4 years, 50% of college grads cannot find jobs now, 14.6% “real” unemployment, he said he’d have it at 5.2%, Obamacare shutting down Small Business. On & on.
Ohio has me worried....Fox News map has Obama waaaaay ahead.
To me, that's a good sign. If Pennsylvania was sticking to type, it would have been called for the Liberal Messiah awhile ago.
Have not called MI or PA yet. 36 Electoral votes Obama MUST have and Conservatives are panicking all ready?
Not sure either.
Thanks. That makes me feel better.
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That's because of Perot grabbing 19%.
*** 110 out of 9,257 Districts (1.19%) Reporting Statewide ***
Candidate Votes Percent
ROMNEY, 3,723 16.0%
OBAMA, 19,366 83.4%
STEIN, 58 0.3%
JOHNSON, 85 0.4%
I’ve been told Romney needs to win Ohio or it’s over....
Now Dick Morris says he’s “worried”?
Ohio has reported no live vote totals, those are early voting in OH which always go big for Dems
The early votes were reported first.
Ohio is definitely a worry, but far too early to give up on it.
Rove seemed pleased with the data he was seeing there.
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