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To: RWR8189

There is now way Kerry is leading by 8 points in Oregon. I think he is probably ahead, but not by that much. He only won by a few thousand votes in 2000. No way it's changed that much. Also, I've been hearing locally that washington county may now have enough population to carry the state for Bush, if there are enough conservatives here.

Don't give up now Oregonians. Win or lose, we're not going to roll over. Make them work for it, and don't give them a landslide.


11 posted on 10/22/2004 5:48:12 PM PDT by Advil
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To: Advil
I can see the gay marriage vote bringing out Bush voters that didn't come out in the last election, thus denying them the title of "likely voter". It's fairly discouraging out here in the Northwest where Rats win nearly every important statewide election, but this issue might make a difference in Oregon that Washington won't have.

If the two states split, OR to Bush, and WA to Kerry, then I'll pronounce my analysis correct on this.

25 posted on 10/22/2004 8:22:27 PM PDT by hunter112 (Take this John and shove it!)
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