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Old 11-02-2004, 08:55 PM   #61
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According to the BBC Kerry is leading in NM. I think they are behind though.
time-warp?
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That's what I mean. Wash DC is 90% black. It's an island of Federal buildings in the middle of a ghetto. (Sorry but anybody who's been there knows this.)

The voting patterns for Maimi-Dade should look like Wash DC. And with record turnout, there should have been a LOT more Kerry votes than have been counted. Maimi-Dade should reflect the rest of the country, as far as voting patterns go. It doesn't.

Anybody want to make a bet that 1)voters were removed from the books in a Democratic situation like Blackfive is reporting, and that those poor ignorant people don't know strangers in the line to get a ballot; and therefore, don't vote; 2)the "photo ID" thing has reared its head; 3) The Diebold thing was NOT investigated--like it should have been when this guy was written about in August....he conveniently removed himself from Bush's Donor list in the summer, right before the voting machines were installed.

What was the percentage of voters who turned out in Maimi-Dade, vs those who were registered? And how many were registered compared to last time?
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Old 11-02-2004, 09:13 PM   #63
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this copnspiracy stuff is predictably pathetic and borders on paronoia and desperation.
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Old 11-02-2004, 09:15 PM   #64
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from an unnamed source...

"the diebold system is a killer anyway - because there is no proof. they could practically use it like a voting generator ... lol possibly some of the machines are gonna check if you´re black or white"
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Colorado has just been declared - Bush.

and now Florida. So MSNBC is saying....
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Old 11-03-2004, 01:51 AM   #66
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Nevada goes Bush, New Mexico has Bush ahead 50:49 with 1% remaining, I think the networks are holding off so Bush doesn't get his victory speech tonight. But then the lawyers get involved in Ohio, bah.
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Was it just me, or did it seem like every news outlet had a different Electoral Vote count last night.....
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Ohio is going to be a mess. I heard on the radio this morning there were people in line until 2 AM, then there's almost 200,000 absentee and other ballots to count. I don't see we have a conclusion for at least the 10 days it will take until they can count them.

But one thing is for sure, the entire country obviously doesn't hate Bush as much as the people on this forum do.
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MSNBC just gave Ohio to Bush
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So MSNBC and Fox News.
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So it's over?
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pretty much
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I think it's over. I'm disappointed but I'm glad Election Day is behind us. I think that was the most stressful campaign I have ever been through, and I'm ready to kiss it goodbye. Good riddance!
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Ohio is going to be a mess. I heard on the radio this morning there were people in line until 2 AM, then there's almost 200,000 absentee and other ballots to count. I don't see we have a conclusion for at least the 10 days it will take until they can count them.

But one thing is for sure, the entire country obviously doesn't hate Bush as much as the people on this forum do.
I don't hate Bush. I'm such a rare U2 fan, I know, and I'm proud.
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So it's over?
Not for another 11 days.
http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/...ote/index.html

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Ohio official: Count could take 11 days

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While Blackwell said the exact number of provisional ballots was unknown, he said it is "trending toward 175,000."

"We will not know, and nobody knows how many provisional ballots we have had cast until all of the tabulations have come in from across the state," he said.

On absentee ballots, Blackwell spokesman Carlo LoParo said the secretary of state's office will not know how many were returned until after the election, when county election officials send in their numbers.

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Florida official: Absentee count may last days

Florida voters cast an "incredible number" of absentee ballots in Tuesday's presidential election, and counting them may take until Thursday, Secretary of State Glenda Hood said Tuesday night.

Hood said only about 30,000 of the 94,000 absentee ballots received in heavily Democratic Miami-Dade County had been counted, and officials were pulling in "extra staff" to complete the count by noon Thursday, the deadline by which counties must complete the unofficial canvass of all votes.

Broward County, north of Miami and also heavily Democratic, had 92,000 absentee ballots requested, Hood said, but the count of the ballots that were returned may be completed overnight.

Palm Beach County began counting its absentee ballots Friday. In that county, 70,000 absentee ballots were received, Hood said.
Those are only the absentee ballots in 3 counties in Florida. Some sources say total absentee ballots may even be as much as 1.5 million. Suddenly, that 380,000 vote lead may not look so much anymore...

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