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View Poll Results: How will the popular vote and electoral college be split?

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  • Obama wins both.

    17 54.84%
  • Romney wins both.

    2 6.45%
  • Obama wins the electoral college and Romney wins the popular vote.

    11 35.48%
  • Romney wins the electoral college and Obama wins the popular vote.

    1 3.23%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moniker View Post
    A woman at McDonalds said that her friend is voting for Obama because Romney is against tampons. This is gonna be a close race.
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    Florida: 91%, and only a 15,000 vote, 0.3% margin. Sigh. Pretty close, though, considering Romney was claiming the state was his.

    It's just I'm sure, since it's so close there, now we're going to be subjected to days of voter suppression stories, electronic fraud, and the works. Just like in 2000.

    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post
    did faux news just blame obama for sending hurricane sandy into the states, just so he could win the election?
    I'm sure it will be used as an excuse if Obama wins. (not by everyone, but by some of the more outspoken people like Rush, etc.)

    EDIT: VA is definitely still in play. 87% of the vote is in, but they're only 1% apart (about 29,000 votes).

    EDIT2: Senate seats -- Dems are up three seats for the night right now. (They were up four, but must have lost one.)

    EDIT3: In Ohio, Obama is still up 2.3% with 65% having reported.

    EDIT4: I gotta say, PA looks to be a blowout. The Romney camp was saying they actually had a shot at stealing it, but 81% of the vote is in there and Obama is up 10% at the moment. Not sure how that gap will close, but....

    NC just went to Romney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm sure it will be used as an excuse if Obama wins. (not by everyone, but by some of the more outspoken people like Rush, etc.)
    im thinking glenn beck show should be very interesting....last time he spoke of the apocalypse

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    Romney reportedly wins NC.

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    FL is ridiculously close...

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    Obama up to 244 electoral votes on Huffington, Romney at 193...

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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    Obama up to 244 electoral votes on Huffington, Romney at 193...
    Ohhh don't worry, they were just adding Washington and California, lol.

    It's like Texas, no competition..... the results are already known before it even starts.

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    Wisconsin is worrying me a bit. RCP and HuffPo have called it for Obama, but it continues to be leaning toward Romney with about a third of the state reported. Maybe it just hasn't gotten to the really Democratic areas of the state?

    If Obama wins Ohio and Wisconsin he'll be at 269, making a tie the only possible outcome for Romney, which would require him to win everything else.

    EDIT: Wisconsin has been adjusted to something more internally consistent .

    EDIT 2: 5 states remain. 3 would be an immediate victory for Obama, the 2 others combined would be victory for Obama. Romney must win a minimum of 4 out of the remaining 5.

    EDIT 3: HuffPo calls Ohio for Obama. I'm going to wait for others to make the decision on that big daddy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Wisconsin is worrying me a bit. RCP and HuffPo have called it for Obama, but it continues to be leaning toward Romney with about a third of the state reported. Maybe it just hasn't gotten to the really Democratic areas of the state?

    If Obama wins Ohio and Wisconsin he'll be at 269, making a tie the only possible outcome for Romney, which would require him to win everything else.
    Milwaukee County: only 10% reported so far.

    Dane County: 33% so far.

    Don't know about the leanings of other counties, but that is a lot of people unaccounted for. Milwaukee and Dane County, to me, is like San Francisco and Los Angelos for California. You take one of those counties out and the results ultimately becomes skewed.

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    Fox just called Ohio.

    Well, its over, and the only saving grace is the House; I'm gonna go get drunk now.

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