posted on Jan, 23 2004 @ 07:33 AM
More than 122,000 Democrats attended the Iowa caucuses Monday, of which roughly 45 percent were first-time participants, according to entrance
polls. Iowa Democrats drew criticism in 2000 after results were slow and turnout in the two-candidate race was low at roughly 61,000.
I'll spell it out for you: a 200% increase in voter turnout
over the previous presidential election year. People are so strongly
in disapproval of the Republican vison for America that the old addage for elections will most definetly apply: it's not the candidate who
influences the swing vote, but the candidate who mobilizes his base for a strong turn out
Add to that the fact of a Dean/Kerry/Clark nomination motivating the base and
taking swing voters and
taking disenfranchised true Republicans, and Diebold vote count fraud part II or bioterror induced police state is the only Bush win scenario.