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Roms up early in ohio.
Jives with the internal polling data out yesterday.
According to numbers from the Colorado Secretary of State this morning, nearly 1.9 million Colorado voters have already cast their votes - that's more than half of all the state's registered voters. Based on today's numbers, 675,797 registered Republicans turned out compared with just 642,834 registered Democrats. Unaffiliated voters and voters registered with other parties account for 554,356 of the ballots turned in so far. That's 36% Republicans, 34% Democrats and 29% unaffiliated/others. An important distinction: this does NOT/NOT indicate in any way which candidate voters chose on their ballots, it simply indicates how the voters who have turned out so far are registered. In the key swing counties of Arapahoe, Jefferson, and Larimer counties - all of which were won by both Bush in 2004 and Obama in 2008 - registered Republicans have turned out in greater numbers than registered Democrats as well.
Romney wins CO.
@EdMorrissey Ohio doesn't report early results until the polls close.
So any reports of someone being "up" early are, well, hot air.
the actual facts will show Romney winning, but liberal media and polls will show otherwise. Not sure this race will be close, Romney will run away with most of the battleground states.
Yep. Looking at the #s common sense would leave one to believe Romney is winning.
You have any proof other than some lib hack poll?
I have facts.
You're posting that more Republicans are showing up than registered Democrats. Probably because there are more registered Republicans than Democrats in Colorado. The problem is that 1/3rd of the registered voters there are registered for other parties.
Neither of us have any proof, you have numbers that speak for 2/3rds of the story. Why don't we wait instead of proclaiming races over in swing states at 8:00 a.m. local time in that state. Jeeze.
I completely missed that.
Barring an upset in Ohio (Romney poured a ton into the state, but Obama has been ahead in the polls), Romney has to take the following states, which are all close, to be in the game.
North Carolina- 15
That means the election will come down to two states- Wisconsin and Iowa. Romney wins Iowa and loses Wisconsin, then we have a 269-269 tie according to the map, provided all of Nebraska's delegates go to Romney.
If Romney wins Wisconsin in this scenario, he wins the election. Losses by Romney in Nevada or Colorado would virtually assure the president of re-election unless Romney pulls an upset in Ohio.
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His OP was already shown to be false. You should have pointed him to Status's second post though.
The data was posted in my second post.
OP is false.
Would make total sense to create a dummy poll showing R up a certain # of polls.
Or they just covering their ass.
I'm extremely confident in a Romney Ohio victory.
Take off the tinfoil hat, unless Gannett has somehow pre-arranged the outcome of the election, they couldn't know Ohio numbers yet.
We'll see who's on top when the polls close.
My fiance is a political theory doctorate student.... they're having a party tonight like we'd have football parties. They're taking bets, coloring a giant map as results are announced...it's crazy.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
Not a huge Obama fan but I can tell you Romney has a up hill battle in Ohio. Obama has been killing it in Cleveland and Cbus with tactics I don't necessarily agree with. Romney will have to really get the rural vote out to have a chance. The Dems have really used / exploited the early voting in the state.
I know the dems have been doing shady things like bus in Somalis but the early voting #s for dems are down ans repubs are up.
I guess we will see I just don't see Romney being able to pull it out. Like the other posters I don't see much credibility in those early voting numbers.
Obama 90% chance of winning
Take it or leave it, Nate Silver gives Obama a 90% chance of winning.
I have tickets for a talk he's giving on Friday, he could hear a lot of crickets if he's wrong.
Gary Johnson 2012
Thoughts and prayers are with you. Hang in there.
Ha, she's not hosting.
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