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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:02 PM
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So with the swing states that have already been called for Obama and adding his solid states in areas where polls haven't closed yet. You get this.

Swing States called for Obama, PA, NH, MI, and WI...added to the 201 that were considered safe for Obama...he has 251 electoral votes.

If he wins Florida it is over.

If he wins Ohio, he is at 269 and needs just one more state out of Iowa, Virginia, Colorado, or Nevada.

Looking good for Obama.




posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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Originally posted by SourGrapes

Originally posted by xedocodex

Because they have exit polling.

Just because they call it doesn't mean they stop counting votes, all the votes are going to be counted.

Hey, if it really isn't solid for Obama, then we just get to laugh at the media for calling it wrong.


or...


The WI delegates are not voting with the people. I'd like to know who the WI delegates are and why they are so quick to go blue and against the popular vote.


Delegates play no role in the Presidential election, they can't go rogue and vote for someone else.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:04 PM
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Warren wins MA Senate woohoo!
Joe Kennedy III wins Barney Franks seat.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:04 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74
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lol echo chamber is ringing with Sandy and Christie. You want to place blame? How bout putting all your eggs in the white male basket?

And it is beyond sad that a man can't put his constituents ahead of an election without being called a traitor. That is disgusting.


That right there is why I will never vote Democrat always with the freaking race card sounds like someone parrotting left wing talking points.

Thought It was rather clear of "who I was dissappointed in" actually said as much in a early post that was a broad brush without skin color, or what was in their bank accounts.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:05 PM
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147//158 Obama/Romney

CNN



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:07 PM
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lol. everyone on Fox news is looking so depressed right now



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74
Warren wins MA Senate woohoo!
Joe Kennedy III wins Barney Franks seat.



good riddance to Barney Frank...that guy was a walking disaster.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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I'm glad Todd Akin lost.

I wouldn't care if he is red or blue - - he's a moron.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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reply to post by kosmicjack
 


Ryan is in his hometown, Janesville, WI (same county as me, but about an hour away)



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:09 PM
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posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:11 PM
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reply to post by SourGrapes
 


Don't you think that's a bit strange? On election night? Shouldn't the ticket be in the same place?



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:13 PM
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fox

O-157
R-162



State Results
All times eastern (EST) time zone
State and Votes Poll Closing % Reporting Obama Romney
Alabama (9) Closed * 31% 40%253,566 59%374,657
Alaska (3) 1:00 AM EST* 0% 0%0 0%0
Arizona (11) Closed * 4% 44%43,487 55%54,029
Arkansas (6) Closed * 39% 39%159,413 59%239,775
California (55) 11:00 PM EST 0% 0%0 0%0
Colorado (9) Closed * 51% 50%682,941 48%647,912
Connecticut (7) Closed * 26% 56%240,591 42%180,970
Delaware (3) Closed * 99% 59%241,531 40%164,855
Florida (29) Closed * 86% 50%3,772,474 49%3,735,517
Georgia (16) Closed * 60% 43%1,013,466 56%1,298,096
Hawaii (4) 11:00 PM EST 0% 0%0 0%0
Idaho (4) 11:00 PM EST* 0% 0%0 0%0
Illinois (20) Closed * 53% 61%1,786,280 37%1,091,663
Indiana (11) Closed * 78% 43%909,786 55%1,184,594
Iowa (6) Closed * 1% 42%463 58%639
Kansas (6) Closed * 26% 42%131,577 56%174,841
Kentucky (8) Closed * 93% 38%647,913 60%1,021,896
Louisiana (8) Closed * 24% 37%175,702 62%297,489
Maine (4) Closed * 16% 58%71,647 36%44,979
Maryland (10) Closed * 35% 64%591,606 35%323,584
Massachusetts (11) Closed * 49% 60%964,589 38%607,489
Michigan (16) Closed * 19% 51%504,822 48%472,821
Minnesota (10) Closed * 10% 57%165,433 41%118,924
Mississippi (6) Closed * 28% 43%156,557 56%204,819
Missouri (10) Closed * 20% 45%263,161 53%315,332
Montana (3) Closed * 3% 42%5,718 56%7,527
Nebraska (5) Closed * 41% 43%144,272 55%185,247
Nevada (6) Closed * 0% 0%0 0%0
New Hampshire (4) Closed * 24% 54%94,479 44%76,582
New Jersey (14) Closed * 42% 59%879,791 40%588,576
New Mexico (5) Closed * 30% 52%135,523 44%113,593
New York (29) Closed * 3% 51%98,083 47%90,962
North Carolina (15) Closed * 84% 48%1,833,131 51%1,955,277
North Dakota (3) Closed * 21% 37%27,018 60%43,716
Ohio (18) Closed * 50% 51%1,523,758 47%1,419,532
Oklahoma (7) Closed * 43% 30%185,277 70%429,004
Oregon (7) 11:00PM EST* 0% 0%0 0%0
Pennsylvania (20) Closed * 45% 56%1,535,535 42%1,156,472
Rhode Island (4) Closed * 76% 61%218,964 37%133,595
South Carolina (9) Closed * 56% 41%454,986 58%640,525
South Dakota (3) Closed * 36% 38%52,449 60%82,027
Tennessee (11) Closed * 65% 34%578,729 64%1,084,060
Texas (38) Closed * 62% 41%2,086,810 58%2,974,666
Utah (6) Closed * 15% 40%61,451 58%89,080
Vermont (3) Closed * 51% 67%113,947 31%52,016
Virginia (13) Closed * 65% 47%1,203,233 51%1,292,656
Washington (12) 11:00 PM EST 0% 0%0 0%0
Washington D.C. (3) Closed * 31% 93%76,217 6%4,754
West Virginia (5) Closed * 59% 36%151,362 62%257,613
Wisconsin (10) Closed * 14% 46%197,873 53%227,404
Wyoming (3) Closed * 12% 27%8,070 70%20,937
*With asynchronous closing, the polls close at different GMT/UTC times in different parts of the state.




is someone here faster then me

I am curious if any one knows what states will be the contested ones with names of the ones who count them in those states...specifically what party



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:13 PM
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Originally posted by kosmicjack
reply to post by SourGrapes
 


Don't you think that's a bit strange? On election night? Shouldn't the ticket be in the same place?


I find that really strange.

I didn't know that they split up tonight.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:14 PM
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MSNBC - tied at 162 each. CNN - 158, Romney, 147, Obama. FNC - 162 Romney, 157 Obama.

These results are all over the board! Seems like they are all using different criteria for calling these states. I guess we will all have to lose sleep, and get the real results when most of the votes are actually in! Not sure I trust a lot of the calls. Some, sure. Some aren't in question. Others, not so sure. So, everyone take a deep breath! Let it out slowly. Don't chew those fingernails. Have a stiff drink, or a cup of tea, or some chocolate. We aren't going to be sure for a while, I don't think!


New updates -

MSNBC - 163-162 Romney
CNN - 158-147, Romney
FNC - 163-158 Romney
edit on 6-11-2012 by LadyGreenEyes because: new numbers



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:18 PM
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Romney's "path to 270" is shrinking drastically. Pretty interesting how swing state strategy works. The balance isn't working for the GOP at the moment. Obama has at least three paths still open.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:19 PM
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Obama is up in Florida by 48,000 votes with 86% reporting.

The majority of the areas that are still out are still very heavy democratic.

Romney is going to close that by about 35,000 in that one unreported county (Santa Rosa), but I don't think there is enough to win.

Still looking very very good for Obama.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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One county in Ohio that went to Bush in '04, and Obama in '08, has gone to Romney tonight. Didn't catch the name - sorry! Promising, though! Still too close to call, overall.



posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 09:26 PM
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Obama about to take Nevada says CBS. If he wins Florida it's over. That ones gonna be close all the way and Ohio is close as hell with O slightly ahead.

Wasn't Nevada número uno in unemployment and foreclosure?
edit on 6-11-2012 by PatriotGames2 because: (no reason given)


CBS
173 - 167 Romney Obama

Obama takes Minnesota
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