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Posted on 11/02/2004 3:02:33 PM PST by Howlin
Poll closing times!
Election Results Scorecard
Are you reeeeaaaaaady to r-r-r-r-r-ruuummmmble?
Here we go.
I am so upset about the whole election. That this nation could even consider anyone with the history of John Kerry is beyond me. George W. Bush has been an outstanding president and deserves re-election.
FoxNews reporting Bush wins Indiana, Kentucky and Georgia (takes 34-0 lead)
Wedgies all around...
Educated Guess. We're winning! 19 TO ZERO. Kentucky and Indiana!
They are wrong today.
Bush's fault, and the timing is 'suspicious'.
Arizona (10)* Bush + 6.28% Bush 6% 10 - Arkansas (6)* Bush + 5.44% Bush 3% 6 - Colorado (9) Bush + 8.36% Too Close To Call - - Florida (27) Bush + 0.01% Kerry .1% Trending Kerry - 27 Iowa (7) Gore + 0.31% Kerry 5% - 7 Michigan (17) Gore + 5.13% Kerry 6% - 17 Minnesota (10) Gore + 2.4% Kerry 6% - 10 Missouri (11)* Bush + 3.34% Bush 3% 11 - Nevada (5) Bush + 3.55% Too Close To Call - - New Hampshire (4) * Bush + 1.27% Kerry 5% - 4 New Mexico (5) Gore + 0.06% Kerry 3% - 5 North Carolina (15)* Bush + 12.83% Bush 3% 15 - Oregon (7)* Gore + 0.44% Kerry 10% - 7 Ohio (20) Bush + 3.51% Bush 2% Trending Kerry - 20 Pennsylvania (21) Gore + 4.17% Trending Kerry - 21 Tennessee (11)* Bush + 3.86% Bush 4% 11 - Virginia (13)* Bush + 7.00% Bush 13 - Washington (11)* Gore + 5.58% Kerry 11% - 11 West Virginia (5)* Bush + 6.32% Bush 4% 5 - Wisconsin (10) Gore + 0.22% Kerry 6% - 10 Battleground State Totals 71 139 Current Grand Total: 213 311 * States denoted with an asterisk were polled online in Zogby Interactive surveys. (as of Nov. 2, 2004 5:00pm) (11/1/2004) 901 Broad Street, Utica, New York 13501 USA 1600 K Street, Suite 600, Washington,DC, 20006 USA NY phone 315.624.0200 Toll Free in the U.S. and Canada 1-877-GO-2-POLL | fax 315.624.0210 Contact sales and marketing at email@example.com Contact our web manager with any comments regarding this web site. Copyright by Zogby International.
I will remain sober for this one. Unlike 2000.
Just talked my Pa. mom into getting out and voting for Bush. Competing with my liberal sister who told her to stay home.
Worn out. Long night. Teresa tantrum.
I wonder if Jesus has a rule on the number of prayers you are allowed each day. I think I may have over done my prayer list to Him today. I have said so many little prayers all night last night and today. Pray for President Bush and a complete victory over evil.
Bump from Coburn land!
I'm just getting on here this afternoon - what the heck is going on? didn't our side have some accurate exit polls (if indeed all this talk of the ones released being skewed are true) that we could get to our media sources? I'm just worried that we will have another Florida panhandle type event - but across many states, as it seems from these threads that all of the media, even Fox and Drudge, have the long knives out for Bush today.
Exactly! Kerry is such a friggin' flip flopper. Resolute Bush has never changed his position on anything!
looks like I picked the wrong day to stop drinking
That's right. Tomorrow would probably have been a better choice no matter what happens today.
Lord give me peace and faith to know you are in control.
The booze might feel pretty good on top of this enormous ULCER growing in my belly.
Now...off to sniff some glue. 8^)
No, they close in 90 minutes.
They close at 7:30 p.m., and if anyone is standing in line at 7:30, they get to vote.
Going out for Chinese (and milk to coat the ulcer). Later.
Here's a funny but oh so true comment that I heard today at work that has helped to stay positive: Most Republicans have not gotten to the polling places yet because they actually work for a living, unlike the free loader Democrat constituants. True???
Yea, well Fox News also thinks folks want to hear what Susan Estrich has to say. ;-)
I haven't been paying a lot of attention to exit polls; early results are often wrong.
Also, the MSM is trying to depress the voters getting out of work by acting like it's Kerry all the way.
Ohio polls close at 7:30
indeed, its good to think positive, but everyone should be prepared for bad news also - the media is a powerful force to have working against you - especially in a nation comprised of so many idiots.
Word up! lol
Sorry, thanks for the info.
Boy I remember the 2000 election on this thread. Especially when Gore conceded. Fireworks. High fives.
I predict Ron Paul will be reelected.
I am with you. NO TV for me either.
Cant take those jerks another moment.
Yep, the bottle of Belvedere is looking might fine. Now to find some cranberry juice.
Then why is Michigan sabotaging the GOP efforts?
This is what I am talking about. If the exit polls were right, they wouldn't bother.
They aren't right.
This really PO's me to no extreme. Every stinking election, stupid Americans are VOTING FOR CHANGE. EVERY election. They cannot stick with any program for more than 4 years. Stupid is as stupid does. They want change? They elect this puke and it is change they will get. That is all they will have in their pockets is change after the socialist government gets through with us.
These exit polls are BS. The democrat party is trying to steal this election by any means necessary including
inaccurate polls to discourage everyone. PLEASE have faith in the American people.
I believe all Kentucky polls are closed at 6. At least the Cincinnati area of Ohio closes at 6:30.
People have been hysterical here today. We're doing fine!
Ditto. And how can anyone possibly decide who to vote for on the basis of hearing early exit polls? It's not like you get a cookie if you vote for the guy who ends up winning.
The networks, the reporters, and even the tabulation firm conspired in 2000 to give the impression that the Democrats were doing well.
They reported late on those areas where Bush was winning; they illegally called Florida before the closing of polls; they jumped to unfounded conclusions that benefited Gore in the calls they made.
They withheld, obfuscated, and lied to the advantage of Gore.
They are the same people this year.
Why would we expect honest from this this time around?
Especially after this campaign...
They've got to have something to talk about till they get some real vote totals in.
First off, let me reassure the net nannies that I'm retiring the Major for the evening on this Live Thread.
Second, MAJOR backpedalling from Drudge. He knows something. He's been beating the Kerry tomtom all day, and now he's pulling back. Has he been talking to Bushfolk?
Long freakin' night ahead, folks, imho.
Be Seeing You,
100% AGREE. I hope Admin deletes any post with graphics.
ANd he will be re-elected. Don't buy the hype. Let them have their cookie....we will have the whole cake.