Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD: 2004 Presidential Election Results
Posted on 11/02/2004 3:02:33 PM PST by Howlin
Poll closing times!
Election Results Scorecard
Bump for later!
I live in Ohio, and my husband came home early so we could pack our lawn chairs and umbrellas and vote. Turns out, deputy was there, two local candidate supporters, and us. We were 100 something. VERY strong Republican area I live in.
We usually vote after work (me in my Nancy Reagan red Liz Claiborne suit) and have to wait in line, and the place is PACKED with folks passing out literature for their candidates. Has always been this way - since 1995.
It is also the time Kucinich's thugs start roughing folks up at the polls to drive out GOP voters (we moved out of his district when he won).
Yep, I would say you are right based on this anecdotal information. ; )
Three hours. Amazing.
I'd suppect that a fair number of want change too - control of the borders, for instance. If Bush wins we want some significant improvements in national security
Here is another good link to results:
I hope other states are not incorrect like Texas is on that map as far as poll closing time. It says 8pm CST. Not correct. It is 7pm CST.
that's funny, or strange... I didn't know Gore was on the ballot this time.
Have you ever heard of Tokyo Rose.geeze!
I saw that, did not like it......but who knows what it will translate into.
KEEP AWAY FROM THE TV!!! STAY TUNED TO FR!
Quit drinking & smoking huh....I guess I'm gonna have to pick up the slack here!
We must be doing great because Chris looks beat! They are absolutely trying to sway this election!
Chrissy is so pathetic. What is this jerk going to do when he realizes that 1. his candidate is a loser 2. his rating are just above zero 3. that he's a loser???
How lin enjoy your friends and let this all roll of your back. We're doing just fine.
Those voters wanting change want Kerry to win because he changes his positions from one day to the next?
Those voters wanting change want Terayzah in the WH instead of Laura Bush?
Those voters wanting change want a president who outsources our troops to the corrupt UN instead of leading our troops in defending our nation?
Those voters wanting change want to have a president who has a 20 year record of voting AGAINST funding intelligence and troops instead of one who has been steadfast in his support of both?
Change for the sake of change is not a wise course......especially in time of war, and we are at war w/those who want to kill us all. President Bush wants to CHANGE that fact to a victory over our enemies. That's the only change we as Americans should want.
I saw that! Laura Ingraham has about 100 IQ point advantage on Estrich. That was an ugly session without a doubt, but Laura got in the last word. Estrich was reading notes throughout. She makes my teeth hurt. Oh and one more face lift and she'll have a goatee.
They threw everything at him, and they couldn't drive down his approval.
His dad's approval was 35% when he ran in 1991.
You overestimate their reach.
In 2000, Brit looked bummed, so I'll take the fact that he doesn't look bummed as a positive, LOL.
I agree they looked totally American (thumbs up) in Crawford.
Large voter turn out in NC....
ONE MORE REPUB SENATE SEAT
Indiana Polls just closed about 20 minutes ago also. Voter turnout in Indiana was hugh some waiting up to 3 hours to vote.
I'm in Southern Indiana. Our polls are still open. (We are in central time zone)
Thanks for your service, glad you are here.
Right now Michael Barone is on Fox giving a convoluted explanation of how they will call an election for a state. It has to do with statistical analysis that there is a 1 in 300 chance they are wrong. This is a tighter standard, he says. Last time it was 1 in 250. (Big whoop, I say. Why can't they just give us the totals and wait until the votes are counted?)
I had no idea the money was so tight in the Navy...they took away your cable? Isn't there a community TV/break room in the barracks?
Listen to Hugh Hewitt on KRLA
Amen. God Bless you.
The democrats have shot their wad by voting early... The last half belongs to Bush...
ps think positive...
Very true. I don't know how they do it in other states, but in Wisconsin, an election official heads to the end of the line at 8 pm (CST; the closing time here).
I'm here ...
If Bush shut down the border and cut off illegals he would be ahead 60+% right now, IMHO.
If the AOL member "exit poll" is a safe, bipartisan indication, things are looking pretty good so far.
WOLF BLITZER just said they will WAIT until the panhandle polls close before projecting results.
I agree, but then I didn't think Clinton could get re-elected either.
Hey, I voted for those exact three guys earlier today! So did mom, dad, and sister :-)
thanks for the cite
Exactly what is an exit poll, Howlin?
I understand. Prayerfully we won't have to ever go through that nightmare again.
Thank you (and you buds) for your service!
Dianna, I hope you're right.
Let us keep the faith.
I dont believe those polls at all.
For one thing dems are already decided.
Repubs sometimes don't say...I would say the so called undecideds are going Bush....
That's just icky. Clever, but icky.
Bush up early in New Hampshire 61% to 31% 1% precincts reporting.
steve, can you tell me which states I REALLY need to be watching???
Talked with my source, who had seen early exits before announced publicly, he said nothing at all looked good - but then ended our conversation with a comment - despite that, "I still think Bush is going to win this thing." Told me not to worry.
Turnout was the heaviest I've seen it in five Presidential elections, by far. I waited an hour and twenty-five minutes to vote here in central South Carolina, and apparently that wasn't unusual. My particular precinct is an odd mixture of heavily Republican upper-middle-class suburbs, largely black low-income apartments, trailer parks, and rural areas, so you can imagine the very wide cross-section of folks that were in line--all races, all ages. Everybody was polite and friendly, and nobody spoke a word about who or what they were supporting.
South Carolina will roll big for Bush, and I feel fairly confident about Jim Demint winning the Senate seat and finally putting Senator Foghorn Hollings (D-Disney) out to pasture!