Skip to comments.NJ: 513,351 Christie [R] 459,383 Corzine [D] 58,679 Daggett [I]
Posted on 11/03/2009 5:29:11 PM PST by Beloved Levinite
NJ: 8,519 Christie [R] 4,019 Corzine [D] 1,125 Daggett [I]
Per Fox News — 28% of the vote in, Christie with a 6-point lead.
Christie now +7 with 29% in (per Fox)
Aw heck, let’s go for the QUINELLA!!
Per Fox, with less than 1% of the vote (NY-23)
Owens (D) 37 votes — 57%
Hoffman (C) 25 votes — 38%
That is an ultra-low margin for Camden County.
Karl Rove just told Sean that Cristie was going to win. Ugh...the idiots in Frank Luntz’s focus group made me hit mute.
“Only 3% of cemeteries have reported.”
91. Huge Victory for Corzine in Sussex. The results there dont make much sense.. In 2008, Obama lost there by 21%, but Corzine wins by 38%? Maybe they switched the results?
That little Hussein-worshiping newspaper is going to have servers melt down, I’m sure. Waterdown Daily Birdcageliner has never had as many people interested in their site EVER.
I bet more people try to access it in this one night than have accessed it since it began.
The Obamabot kept interrupting everything the others were saying. His observations were idiotic.
Thanks for the NJ Link!! Great way to keep up!!
Per RatsDawg’s instructions:
Run your mouse over the counties.
OMG! Hoffman is down 12 votes??!!!??!?!
:: jumps off the bridge ::
Yeah, the guy who said, “Why are people upset with Obama? He has done more good in 9 months than Bush did in 8 years.”
made me want to throw out my TV.
What is wrong with Sussex? I have it with Corzine winning, but in 2008 McCain won by about 60%.
See this map:
12 whole votes..the sky is falling LOL
That one rat Luntz had on must be Rev. Wright’s brother.
Christie @ 49% to 45% Corzine with 53% votes in.
53% reporting Governor
Governor Candidate Party Votes Pct.
Christopher J. Christie Rep. 633,672 49.3%
Jon S. Corzine Dem. 574,297 44.7 Incumbent
Big block of Corzine votes just showed up in the last update. Christie’s margin dropped from 100,000 to 50,000. Hpoe we don’t see too many more of those.
It looks like the Sussex county numbers are not being reported correctly. The NYTimes site shows 100% of the precincts in with COrzine at 30,000 and Christie at 12,000. In 2005, Corzine lost that county by 10,000 votes (15,000 to 25,000). Correcting those numbers would change the margin by 25,000 votes.