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Obama Gets 46986 out of 57640 New Hampshire Democratic Primary Votes

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posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 03:10 AM
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And other Democratic candidates got 10654 votes. (as of 3:40am EST Jan 11,2012)
(write-ins plus others on the ballot)

Is this an indication of unhappy Democrats ?

The BostonGlobe.com has a list of town by town results comparing Obama to other candidates.

The "Others" = 18.4%

"Others" on the ballot = 4800

"Others" as write-ins = 5854

I wonder if the "NO to Obama" voters will vote Republican in November ?

I wonder how many "unhappy" Democrats have switched to the Republican side.
(if any .... they are a stubborn group)


Boston Globe results including the "NO Obama" votes


NH Dem Ballot (pdf)


Side Note:
Early indications also show balloted candidate Mr Vermin Supreme with 1% of the Democratic vote !




posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 03:24 AM
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Very interesting.....obviously got an overwhelming amount due to no competition, what are the chances these "No"Bama voters can be moved to Ron Pauls side? Also how are these votes effected if Hillary Clinton is his VP?



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 09:30 AM
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I'm kind of jealous because your government is at least nice enough to portray the illusion that you have a choice. If I was American I would have voted for Obama in the last election but I would vote for Ron Paul this time around or not vote at all.

The sad thing is that U.S. elections are much more entertaining and I pay just as much attention to them as my local ones. Obama care sounds horrible so for your sake I hope he gets the boot and is replaced with someone who will at least fake that he has your best interests in mind.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 10:21 AM
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Originally posted by CoolStoryMan
Very interesting.....obviously got an overwhelming amount due to no competition, what are the chances these "No"Bama voters can be moved to Ron Pauls side? Also how are these votes effected if Hillary Clinton is his VP?


If Paul supporters see this as a chance, they need to get off their butts and campaign.

It looks like they could have done better in N.H. imo.

Are Paul supporters going after the "NObamaDems" ?

Could be a good opportunity.

What States are next?

They need to exploit this N.H. Dem voting results.



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