Early Voting Results

Discussion in 'Politics' started by AK Forty Seven, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/...ts-2012_n_2076029.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

    Votes: 1.6 million
    Democrats: 35 percent
    Republicans: 37 percent

    Votes: 4.3 million
    Democrats: 43 percent
    Republicans: 40 percent

    Votes: 614,000
    Democrats: 43 percent
    Republicans: 32 percent

    Votes: 702,000
    Democrats: 44 percent
    Republicans: 37 percent

    North Carolina
    Votes: 2.7 million
    Democrats: 48 percent
    Republicans: 32 percent

    Votes: 1.6 million
    Democrats: 29 percent
    Republicans: 23 percent
  2. Those numbers indicate a Romney landslide. My neighbor who is a registered democrat has already voted for Romney.
  3. With the exception of Colorado all states have more democrats then republicans,just like the polls.Unfortunately for republicans they cant claim the results are skewed
  4. This is party affiliation not the actual vote.
  5. The only reason why there are more democrats than republicans in the early voting is because they ship them by boatloads from Sunday masses etc..
  6. Pekelo


    Sir, you are an idiot. And those are not actual votes anyway...
  7. Republicans hopes were pinned on the bullshit argument that polls were being rigged to include more democrats then republicans.We now see that with millions of actual votes there are more democratic voters then republicans,just like the polls have been showing all along
  8. Ricter


    Maybe he's being sarcastic. : )
  9. This is not the same massive early voting lead that Obama had over McCain. And 60%+ votes that were cast on election day in key swing states went to McCain.

    That foretells a certain disaster for Obama'12.