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Romney just went back up 51-49 with 51% reporting the more report the better it should get for Romney
51-48 with 54% in
Yeah, but he has the same chance of winning all three of those as I do
The panhandle of Florida is still not extensively counted. Romney will win it.
Perhaps, but I think Colorado and Iowa will go to Romney anyway. Wisconsin is probably leaning Obama but I don't think its out of the question for Romney to win there.
Yeah they showed on NBC that the traditionally republican precincts in Florida have yet to report in yet.
I can see Colorado, less confident about the other two
Romney is in control of VA right now
I live in Madison and the turnout was ridiculous. I'd have a tough time seeing Obama lose Wisconsin.
I think UI2015's vote will tip the scales in Iowa
57% to 42%
Isn't only 18% in though?
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Id be more confident if I didn't live in the heart of liberal territory. I think Obama takes Iowa. Hope I'm wrong though.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
That damn Iowa City.
Virginia has stopped sending in results pending finishing up voting.
Since early voting started I've had people yelling at me everyday to vote Obama. Every, single, day. It got really old really fast.
I must have went to a conservative school, none of that shit was happening when I was in school
Did you flip them the bird?
The Obama cheerleaders on MSNBC already breaking out that voter suppression excuses just in case he loses
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At first I just casually said "I haven't voted yet." After awhile I just walked by and ignored. Last week I came very close to telling some of them to F off as they followed people around. I instead went with "I'm not voting for Obama, I like America."
Rick Scott was a real POS as far as voter suppression went in Florida, but yeah, it's not like MSNBC hasn't basically come out and said they blatantly want Obama winning.
I was in a similar situation in Madison. Every day I was asked if I was voting for Obama. Every time, I just said I was voting for Gary Johnson and went about my day. Some people looked at me like I had 8 heads though.
We had over a week to early vote. You can vote absentee. Voter suppression is a joke.
It's not just that - it's 6 hour waits at polling precincts. That's ridiculous.
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