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Wisconsin - Obama. Official.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Should stall the government for a few years, so hooray.
Again, not surprising.
Yeah, at least R's keep the House.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
According to CNN, Romney with a 636 vote lead in Florida.
Romney by 636 with 81% reporting in FL.
Romney now up 636 with 81% in Florida.
And Obama up 158-153 now.
Yeah, I'm 19.
Romney might be done in Florida. Miami-Dade County gonna go big to Obama and be the last to report.
There's still panhandle votes left to be counted though.
Has there ever been an election before this one where neither candidate from a given party won their home state?
Obama won Illinois.
But I doubt it. That's quite odd on the republican side.
That is very interesting.
Looks like Romney is done
You mean, to be recounted right?
He is talking about one ticket.
It should tell people something that neither Romney or Ryan could bring in ANY of the states they consider "home states" Massachusetts-Obama, Michigan-Obama, Wisconsin-Obama. While at the same time both Illinois and Delaware go easily to Democrats as well. (Those being the home states of Obama and Biden) The people in those states would know these candidates better than anyone else, and they are all going democrat.
There are so many more people in that Miami area though.
New Hampshire for Obama.
Wont compare to dade county influence
No Republican will ever win Massachusetts.
This post was edited by MZizzle2 20 months ago
Sorry, I worded it poorly. I was only referring to Romney/Ryan. It's just a weird anomaly that I don't think I've ever seen.
We should just ditch the electoral college.
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