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*The OFFICIAL Poll Troll ELECTION NIGHT THREAD*

As requested, here is my Election Night Thread!!

Let's start it off with this report:

[quote]Jonathan Martin, POLITICO: A senior GOPer w close ties to Romneyland emails a single word: 'worried'

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 61111/06/2012

One thing to keep in mind -- don't get too winded about exit polls until we get some real vote counts as well.

Historical experience has shown the early uncalibrated exit polls to be unreliable.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 111/06/2012

Instant county-by-county results from every Ohio county starting at 7:30 PM EST

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 211/06/2012

EXIT POLLS appear to be reporting that 18-34 Year Olds are turning out at same level as in 08

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 311/06/2012

bump for the real thread.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 411/06/2012

Well that sounds good for Obama Poll Troll, but I'm not going to get excited...yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 511/06/2012

It would be really interesting to know what each team's internal polling is telling them. You can usually get some idea by where they're sending the candidates over the last few days. I know in 2008 and 1992, McCain and Bush knew their losses were a foregone conclusion.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 611/06/2012

I'm remaining cautious and level-headed myself, R5.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 711/06/2012

Tweeted by a journo re: a one word email from a GOP rep: "worried"

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 811/06/2012

[quote]Daily Kos: CBS exit poll numbers looking pretty darn good

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 911/06/2012

Dan Hodges, Commentator for the Telegraph

[quote]Ohio exit poll. Obama economy numbers much better than national average.

[quote]Virginia exit poll. 50% satisfied or enthusiastic about Obama presidency.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1011/06/2012

Daily Kos is not a reliable interpreter of polls.

I'd wait for one of the true experts, like Nate Silver, Mark Blumenthal, Simon Jackman, etc. to weigh in.

The comparisons to 2008 nationwide exit polls are not very meaningful since exit polls cover only 31 states this year.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1211/06/2012

Uh-oh. Mitt has surged ahead.

Romney: 14,403 66.72% Obama: 6,865 31.8%

Of course I have no idea where these votes are from!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1311/06/2012

R11, = Mitt Romney?

I called it 'my' thread because I was asked to create a thread tonight and post about the election results. It was done by request.

Wasn't meant to display any hubris, dear.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1411/06/2012

r11, give credit where credit is due.

Think of 2012 Poll Troll hosting this thread.

Abandon cuntiness all ye who enter here...

GObama!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1511/06/2012

Those are from Kentucky and Indiana. No big deal.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1611/06/2012

What are you doing R13?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1711/06/2012

True, R12.

That's why I'm being cautious and not making any conclusions yet.

Just reporting what is out there.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1811/06/2012

After all that the 2012 Poll Troll has done for DL during the many, many months of this neverending election cycle, I'd say that he is MORE than entitled to an official thread.

Especially since this is the last poll of the 2012 election.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 1911/06/2012

Although Obama will lose Indiana this year, what will be significant is the overall numbers because if Romney doesn't win by as large a margin as expected, it could help Joe Donnelly beat Richard Mourdock in the Senate race.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2011/06/2012

Hi, Poll Troll. I also want to thank you for all the work you did through the election season.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2111/06/2012

Someone told Drudge to put a lid on it....

Before....

EXIT POLL BOOM FOR O

R: NC, FL

O: OH, NH, PA, MI, NV

TOSS UP: VA, CO, IA

Now....

EXIT POLLS TIGHT

R: NC, FL

O: NH, PA, MI, NV

TOSS UP: OH, VA, CO, IA

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2211/06/2012

R17 I'm refreshing the Bing Elections page; they are updating the raw vote already.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2311/06/2012

Bumping for the well-informed Poll Troll!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2411/06/2012

How is Paul Ryan's reelection for Senate?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2511/06/2012

We love you, Poll Troll!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2611/06/2012

Romney's ahead by a lot on that Bing thing.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 2911/06/2012

[quote]How is Paul Ryan's reelection for Senate?

Virtually no chance at this point.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3011/06/2012

Ruh roh...exit polls are showing most voters blame Bush for the weak economic recovery.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3111/06/2012

R25 Paul Ryan is not a senator, therefore he can't be reelected to the Senate.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3411/06/2012

That's good news, R31.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3511/06/2012

[quote]How is Paul Ryan's reelection for Senate?

He's a member of the House of Representatives for Wisconsin.

Hard to say. May be closer than it was for him in 2010, but it may be difficult to beat him.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3611/06/2012

Good news thus far.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3711/06/2012

r33's pussy stinks

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3811/06/2012

DISRegard exist polls no matter how favorable they are to us, they are always amos grossly inaccurate

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 3911/06/2012

MAJOR NEWS FROM CNN:

Romney Internals had Obama up 5 in Ohio at the End!

Just reported by CNN Producer Peter Hamby.

So Romney's campaign is admitting they are down in Ohio.

That must be why they made the play for Pennsylvania.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4011/06/2012

Why are all these fucking PUSSIES getting scared so quickly???

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4111/06/2012

Mitt is already getting cocky, he has posted that he only wrote his victory speech...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4211/06/2012

Correct me if I'm wrong, but if Obama wins OH, he can lose VA, NC, CO, IA and NH and still win.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4311/06/2012

Why do you say that, R44? Obama is expected to win the state by 20+ points. Those are some extraordinary headwinds Brown faces in the down ballot.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4511/06/2012

CNN reports Dems expect an early night and Reps expect a late night.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4611/06/2012

Alex Castellanos looked defeated on CNN just now when talking about the exit polls. Said they must be wrong. Ouch. — @NoWeCantPolitic via web

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4711/06/2012

Interesting question from a local newspaper reporter in Cleveland:

"Mark Naymik, The Plain Dealer The hottest issue right now in the presidential campaign isn't Obama or Romney. It's Nate Silver, who writes the FiveThirtyEight blog at the New York Times. He uses math to predict election outcomes. He will either be proven a wonder boy or a be mocked for weeks. What do you think? Will he be right? He says Obama has a 90 percent chance of winning the White House, his computer model says."

Personally as an Ohioan, I don't think my state will have results tonight.

I do hope that Silver is right.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4811/06/2012

Jon Sopel:

Obama workers in Richmond, VA tell me turnout unbelievably high in black neighbourhoods. Poss 75-80% #election2012

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 4911/06/2012

Is Nate Silver going to be guesting on any of the news networks tonight?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5011/06/2012

Based on what, R44?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5111/06/2012

If both sides say they are confident , one of them is probably lying. Is there one campaign more comfortable with lying? I think so.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5211/06/2012

[quote]Is Nate Silver going to be guesting on any of the news networks tonight?

They should really put him in a secure, undisclosed location because if he called this one right, the freepers are going to insist that his polling predictions actually influenced the vote.

I know...insane...but they will *blame* Nate for Romney's loss.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5311/06/2012

Not watching NBC on "Democracy Plaza," but Rachel is anchoring the coverage for MSNBC.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5411/06/2012

Bernie Sanders projected winner in VT Senate race.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5511/06/2012

STATES HAVE BEEN CALLED:

Kentucky = Romney

Vermont = Obama

RIGHT NOW:

Romney: 19 electoral votes

Obama: 3 electoral votes

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5611/06/2012

WTF is up with those percents on that Bing site?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5711/06/2012

KY & IN called for Romney, VT for Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5811/06/2012

CNN called VT for O and KY for R. Not exactly going out on a limb.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 5911/06/2012

CNN EXIT POLL: VIRGINIA 49% OBAMA, 49% ROMNEY

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6011/06/2012

R43, Obama is leading NH with 1% reporting so far.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6111/06/2012

I am FREAKING out right now!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6211/06/2012

Virginia is close.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6311/06/2012

If it's tied at the exit poll, Obama has to have it with the early voting!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6411/06/2012

VA too close to call .

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6511/06/2012

Voted last week and I'm bored already.

Are we there yet?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6611/06/2012

Virgina looks lost.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6711/06/2012

It's Romney! "stealing in like a thief with good tools".

What would the election be without the wisdom of Peggy Noonan?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6811/06/2012

In states where there *i*s early voting, that is.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 6911/06/2012

[quote]CNN EXIT POLL: VIRGINIA 49% OBAMA, 49% ROMNEY

WTF???

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7011/06/2012

BREAKING! EXIT POLLS ALL #OBAMA: Obama WAY UP: NH PA MI NV. Obama SOLIDLY UP: OH VA CO IA. Obama NARROWLY UP: NC FL #ExitPoll @maddowblog

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7111/06/2012

Was Nate correct about the states called?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7211/06/2012

Kentucky and Indiana...some really stupid people. I believe we all know that.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7311/06/2012

Obama co are going to be very unhappy with a Virginia loss.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7411/06/2012

Gergen is worried.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7511/06/2012

Isn't there VA early voting? If so it's Obama's.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7711/06/2012

Thus far, yes. All 3 states were locks for their winners.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7811/06/2012

R64, it's also a bad sign for a Republican Nominee to be struggling to lock down Virginia. This state hadn't voted Democratic since LBJ in 1964 until 2008.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 7911/06/2012

Mourdock narrowly ahead in INDIANA Senate race

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8011/06/2012

I wish the politicians would stop with the talking points already. The election is over.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8111/06/2012

If Gergen's worried, it's bad for Romney.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8211/06/2012

No, R77, no early voting in VA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8311/06/2012

VA does not have early voting.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8411/06/2012

So far, President Obama ahead in Florida!!!

55% to 44%

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8511/06/2012

CNN still hasn't called Indiana, although I'm pretty sure there's no chance for Obama there, even though he won it in '08.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8611/06/2012

R85:Where did you hear that?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8711/06/2012

New Hampshire: 1% reporting, Obama 65, Romney 33

Florida: less than 1% reporting, Obama 34, Romney 65

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8811/06/2012

You can track incoming votes on real clear politics.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 8911/06/2012

R67's breasts exploded.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9011/06/2012

"Virginia is too close to call."

DRINK!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9111/06/2012

Sorry I'm late to the party, but I just wanted to kick off the night by saying one thing:

I love you, Poll Troll. :)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9211/06/2012

Fickle Hoosiers...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9311/06/2012

David Gergen on exit polls in VA: "The news is not good for Mitt Romney."

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9411/06/2012

Obama winning Vermont... OMG!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9511/06/2012

Sorry about those late numbers, by the time I copied, pasted and formatted, the actual numbers had changed.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9611/06/2012

[quote]It's way too early to get hysterical!

Prepare for an onslaught of insanity.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9711/06/2012

R93, I think Mourdock may lose. He's probably ahead right now because the rural vote is coming in first from Indiana. Indianapolis not in yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9811/06/2012

If you think this year's slate of Republican candidates for the nomination was bad, wait until 2016. Rand Paul, ladies and gentlemen.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 9911/06/2012

When do they count early votes in places like Florida?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10011/06/2012

Picture Desk Live: Best US elections pictures of the day

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10111/06/2012

Romney won Kentucky

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10211/06/2012

Talking Points Memo ‏ Preliminary exit polls: Dems outpacing Republicans, Independents in Virginia

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10311/06/2012

David Gergen: "The news out of VA is not good for Mitt Romney." — @politicoroger via web

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10411/06/2012

Any word on Warren/Brown results? Hints? Rumors?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10511/06/2012

Romney may have been hurt in VA by Virgil Goode, former Republican Congressman from VA who is on the ballot there.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10611/06/2012

Nothing really happens until 8:00 PM. That's when more states start closing polls.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10811/06/2012

So stoked about Virginia!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 10911/06/2012

On the BBC it says

Obama 3

Romney 19

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11011/06/2012

R105, Nate Silver gives Elizabeth Warren about a 95% chance of winning MA, let's put it that way. . .

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11111/06/2012

If CNN still hasn't called Indiana, which wasn't even considered a battleground state this year, things are not looking good for Mittens.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11211/06/2012

Romney will lose, R107. Sorry.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11411/06/2012

@eswright Ok now I'm freaked out. !!! LOOK AT WHAT THE SIGN SAYS AT MY VOTER POLL!!! pic.twitter.com/TohtJ9B2

She is in Florida and took that photo 45 minutes ago (~6:45 Florida time).

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11511/06/2012

r110, read before posting.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11611/06/2012

Updates:

Bill Nelson (D) ahead of Mack (R) in FL

Allen (R) ahead of Kaine (D) in VA

Grayson (D) ahead of Long (R) in FL

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11711/06/2012

Yes, R110 because of Kentucky.

Are you going to be here all night?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11811/06/2012

Donnelly just moved ahead of Mourdock in INDIANA

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 11911/06/2012

VA: with 1% reporting Romney leads 55 to 43.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12011/06/2012

Link, R113?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12111/06/2012

Alot of the earliest closing states are Romney's so don't panic if he's ahead. If Obama gets Ohio and Virginia, we're done.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12211/06/2012

BBC says Romney projected to win (and gain) Indiana

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12311/06/2012

Don't worry, R113. Obama will win.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12411/06/2012

DAMN, I'm so nervous about this election!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12511/06/2012

Northern VA goes Obama, and they generally take longer to count.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12611/06/2012

[quote]Ohio is extremely close. That's not good.

Ohio doesn't even come in yet for another 2 minutes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12711/06/2012

NBC News shows SC with 86% for Obama, 13% for Romney, 1% reporting.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12811/06/2012

[quote]BBC says Romney projected to win (and gain) Indiana

Not exactly a surprise, though.

Question is the margin. If Romney doesn't win by a large margin, Mourdock is in trouble.

He's already falling behind.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 12911/06/2012

Although polls have technically closed in VA, apparently there are still long lines (if you're in line when the polls close, they still have to allow you to vote); so it could be later tonight before VA is called.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13011/06/2012

NBC called Indiana immediately. No surprise.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13111/06/2012

Northern Va is also more populous. The vote coming in right now are results from the "sticks" of that state.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13211/06/2012

Folks, this night will be tough enough without posting 1% results. 1% doesn't mean a damned thing.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13311/06/2012

It's the same in Florida, if you are in line by 7, you get to vote.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13411/06/2012

Jesus. Don't you people understand how votes are counted? By district.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13511/06/2012

R120 The Times also has Obama wining in Florida right now.

Jus' sayin'

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13611/06/2012

I lived in VA about 30 years ago, and voting there was the worst! I had to stand in line for two hours in 1980. Never had that problem in CA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13711/06/2012

WV called For Romney.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13811/06/2012

West Virginia goes to Mitt. Anderson Cooper 360° ‏@AC360

THIS JUST IN: #CNNelection projects West Virginia goes to Mitt #Romney. #AC360

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 13911/06/2012

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by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14011/06/2012

Yeah, R135. Lucy and Ethel count 'em by hand. By district.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14111/06/2012

Here in Australia, we're watching just as nervously as everyone else.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14211/06/2012

OK, CNN finally called IN.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14311/06/2012

I'm a nervous wreck. This is a lot closer than I thought it would be. Republicans must have had a great turnout today.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14411/06/2012

All these "too close to call" states are making me nervous!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14511/06/2012

EARLY Results mean NOTHING

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 14711/06/2012

NBC has NC as "too close to call." That's bad news for Mittens, too.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15011/06/2012

Please realize that in many states even though the polls are closed, some precincts still have very long lines of people waiting to vote. So, don't expect complete results for places like VA and FL for some time.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15111/06/2012

R144 is concern trolling.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15211/06/2012

Romney wins South Carolina.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15311/06/2012

NV solidly for Obama, D Shelley Berkeley losing to R Hecht. Where's that Cunt that insulted me way back when I predicted this would happen?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15511/06/2012

R148 Vermont is not chopped liver. R149 So far Nate has been 100% accurate with the states that have been called.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15711/06/2012

OMG!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15811/06/2012

[quote]Folks, this night will be tough enough without posting 1% results. 1% doesn't mean a damned thing.

God I wish I this could go up everytime someone posts. Whether it is good for Obama or good for Romney the 1% return is damn meaningless. Calm your horses.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 15911/06/2012

He won Vermont, R148.

And no, R149,he won't be. These are EARLY results with less than 25% of the vote counted.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16011/06/2012

R151 You do realize that these calls are based on EXIT polling, not actual votes, right?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16111/06/2012

So far Obama is leading in SC, not Romney. The margin is closing but it's still substantial.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16211/06/2012

[quote]Well Nate Silver might turn out to be wrong afterall.

On what basis do you state that at 7:40 pm?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16311/06/2012

Folks, as R147 has noted, these early results are not indicative of anything. Small, rural districts with few residents and voters are generally more conservative and vote with the Republicans. Those districts are often the first to send in their vote tally. So, yes, it seems worrisome that Rmoney is ahead. But, you really have to calm down, stop freaking out, and wait for the rest of returns to come in.

Thank you.

Jeez.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16411/06/2012

[quote] WHERE are the Obama wins??? This is making me ill.

Vermont, soon NH, and the entire western part of the US, save for maybe AZ

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16511/06/2012

SC being called for Romney

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16611/06/2012

Who the fuck are all these people voting for Romney. Scary

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16711/06/2012

How, R149?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16811/06/2012

Exit polls show both Virginia, Florida, and North Carolina tied exactly, 49-49. Obama leads Ohio exits by three.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 16911/06/2012

What R132 said - the sticks, with smaller populations, finish counting and report first. More populous districts with higher turnouts report last, another big reason why R147 is right. Early results mean nothing - the networks are projecting from exit polls right now because that's all that's available.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17011/06/2012

[quote]WHERE are the Obama wins???

Other than VT, none of the northeastern states are reporting yet. Once the do, it'll get better.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17111/06/2012

Obama is not going to win SC R162 anymore than Romney is going to win Maine.

Calm down and wait til enough votes are counted in the actual BATTLEGROUND states. Why are people all up in arms about these states that aren't even in play.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17211/06/2012

MARY! Those are red states...no surprises. Keep calm.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17311/06/2012

Current Senate races:

Donnelly (D) ahead of Mourdock (R) in IN

Nelson (D) ahead of Mack (R) in FL

Allen (R) ahead of Kaine (R) in VA

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17411/06/2012

So far everything has gone exactly as predicted with respect to the states that have actually been called. NO ONE expected Obama to win ANY of these states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17511/06/2012

Romney's in BIG trouble, then R169.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17611/06/2012

Not even Bill Clinton won SOUTH CAROLINA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17711/06/2012

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by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17811/06/2012

Ok I'm a little calmer now, thank you DL.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 17911/06/2012

David Gergen ‏@David_Gergen

So far, exit poll results closely mirroring public polls heading into today -- that is good omen for the President.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18011/06/2012

I wish the DNC could turn Texas into the next Nevada.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18111/06/2012

Tonight may be the night I take up drinking scotch.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18211/06/2012

I'm pissed that Allen is ahead in VA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18311/06/2012

AP is being VERY cautious about the exit polls. They still haven't called IN or SC.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18411/06/2012

Why can't we give Texas to Mexico...I mean, do we really need it?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18511/06/2012

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I) already elected in VERMONT.

75% of the vote so far

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18611/06/2012

The called SC for Mitt.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18711/06/2012

Probably will change when Northern VA comes in, R183.

Nate Silver is predicting a Kaine win.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18811/06/2012

Virginia counts the southern conservative part before it counts the liberal north. So don't worry.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 18911/06/2012

Ohio results are starting to come in. One county for Romney thus far.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19011/06/2012

Can't stand the suspense. I think I'm going to be ill.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19111/06/2012

NBC News says 52 % of the voters think we are heading in the wrong direction,. ABC News reports voters say the economy is better. Ugh.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19211/06/2012

What time are the "battleground" states likely to declare, please guys?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19311/06/2012

Gergen is really active on Twitter tonight. The Romney camp has deleted his tweets for the rest of the evening!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19511/06/2012

Robocall in Pinellas County, FL Tells 12,500 Voters Absentee Deadline is 'Tomorrow -

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19611/06/2012

Voting is wrapping up in Northern Virginia. That'll change George Allen's fortunes tremendously.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19711/06/2012

I'm scared I'm here in VA and Mitt is leading. Tim Kaine is down. I'm so pissed right now. Voted right after work.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19811/06/2012

r185 Texas has approximately 7000 electoral votes. That's why I want it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 19911/06/2012

Why are people focusing on votes that are being counted? The network calls are based on EXIT POLLING. They won't know who actually won for HOURS.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20011/06/2012

Ezra is on MSNBC with a new suit!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20111/06/2012

So far, its just as Nate Silver predicted.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20211/06/2012

OMG! Obama might win Florida, but it's too close to call.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20311/06/2012

R194 Where are you seeing these exit polls? Only the companies that ordered and paid for them can see them. Do you understand what an exit poll is?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20411/06/2012

lol

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20511/06/2012

R193, not for a few hours. The polls haven't even closed in a lot of these states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20611/06/2012

Obama is slightly ahead in Florida.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20711/06/2012

That vile little soldier dork Mandel better not win in Ohio

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 20911/06/2012

How did NC just go light blue?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21011/06/2012

R208, what part of only the redneck parts of VA have reported thus far, not the more liberal northern counties.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21111/06/2012

No the southern part of Virginia (always republican) has reported. Don't worry yet, way too early to call Virginia.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21211/06/2012

Mandel (R) ahead of Brown (D) in OHIO, but it's early. Most predict a win for Brown.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21311/06/2012

People are still voting in VA, dumbass @ R208.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21411/06/2012

R198, here are county-by-county results in VA - ignore the TV, check out which counties haven't reported and you should feel much better.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21511/06/2012

Why wouldn't it, R210? NC will be close.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21711/06/2012

R208 is a cconcern troll.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21811/06/2012

So far, Romney leads the electoral vote count 33 -3.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 21911/06/2012

I'd feel so much better if someone would post a pic of a big fat cock!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22111/06/2012

So far, Obama is leading in Ohio by over 10,000 votes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22211/06/2012

Donnelly pulling ahead of Mourdock in INDIANA

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22311/06/2012

[quote]Not looking good for Obama in Virginia.

You've got to be kidding me. The vote-rich Northern Virginia suburbs are still voting. Same with the area around Richmond where Kaine was the Mayor.

People, please calm the fuck down.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22411/06/2012

Where are you getting that from R222?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22511/06/2012

He's winning Georgia, a red state, by smaller numbers than McCain had in 2008.

Things look bad for Romney.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22611/06/2012

I don't remember it being nearly this close in 2008.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22811/06/2012

Ohio results here:

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 22911/06/2012

Big fat cock for R221:

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23011/06/2012

Please stop feeding concern trolls.

You think the freepers aren't posting here?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23111/06/2012

R227 And Obama had ZERO expectations of winning any of those electoral votes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23211/06/2012

Calm down R227. It's only red states reporting thus far.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23311/06/2012

R227 rode the short bus to school.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23411/06/2012

Chill out, 227, this is exactly what was predicted by all the pundits and experts who are still predicting an OBAMA WIN.

Romney's not picking up anything he wasn't already going to get.

The President is in good shape.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23611/06/2012

Ohio installed new vote counting software days before the election.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23711/06/2012

60% of Pinellas county in for florida. Obama up 51.8 46.8

this is big county in FL...think tampa

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23811/06/2012

Oh....my...GAWD!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 23911/06/2012

64-40 Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24011/06/2012

R227, what the hell is wrong with you? Is this your first election?

CALM THE FUCK DOWN.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24111/06/2012

Here you go R221

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24311/06/2012

[quote]Ohio installed new vote counting software days before the election.

Are you developmentally disabled?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24411/06/2012

Current projections, 82 for Romney, 64 Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24511/06/2012

Back in 2008, the same thing was happening. Red states reporting first, McCain ahead...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24611/06/2012

New Jersey gets to vote through Friday??!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24711/06/2012

OK, there might be a little bit of concern that they're saying that PA and NH are too close to call. Remember they're using EXIT POLLING data which attempts to mirror the actual electorate.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24811/06/2012

Wow! R237, if only we hadn't been discussing this for days and days. Try and keep up, dear.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 24911/06/2012

Me R242, so I REALLY appreciate all the "calm the fuck DOWN!" posts!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25011/06/2012

And just like that, Obama has 61 EV.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25111/06/2012

Mack projected Senate winner in FL.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25211/06/2012

starting to look prophetic

Timeline For Barack Obama’s Victory Today

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25411/06/2012

You want big cock you got it -

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25511/06/2012

Romney is ahead in the popular vote, bitches.

I'm watching CNN. I REALLY don't like most of the anchors, but John King and his magic map have me glued.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25611/06/2012

Updated CNN exit poll in Florida -- Obama 50-49. With 11 percent reporting, it's 50.8 - 48.5 Obama.

New Hampshire exit poll 50-48 Obama.

Pennsylvania exit poll 52-47. Obama

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 25911/06/2012

Just go to Nate's electoral map. ROMNEY HASN'T WON ANYTHING THAT HE WASN'T GOING TO WIN. Repeat.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26011/06/2012

Tampa's great news, R238, the better the President does in areas like Tampa the more likely he is to take the state of FL.

If Florida fucks us again, I think we - as a nation - ought to seriously consider a penectomy. Just cut the fucking thing off and be done with it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26111/06/2012

R249, made me laugh, but let's not assume that everyone is a political nerd who's been following this thing since the primaries.

Thanks Poll Troll (and Dr. Lulu) and everyone else who's contributed info.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26211/06/2012

[quote]You want big cock you got it -

It was a joke, and get the fuck out!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26311/06/2012

@EricKlinenberg: CNN exit poll has Obama narrowly winning FL 50-49, and winning PA big.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26411/06/2012

[quote]Mack projected Senate winner in FL.

Are you watching FOX?

That's the reverse of the real result.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26511/06/2012

The Politico site has BO ahead 64 to 40

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26611/06/2012

If Obama gets PA and OH, I think he's in the clear, unless something really goes wrong in a dark blue state.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26711/06/2012

There are either a lot of trolls or a lot of posters who are completely dumb as hell who act like they have never seen how election results come in. Probably both.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26811/06/2012

Obama currently up in Ohio by 100,000+ votes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 26911/06/2012

So far Romney has taken all of the "inbred" states: OK, WV and KY.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27011/06/2012

[quote]Is anyone else about to have a nervous breakdown?

No, but then I'm an emotionally-stable adult with a decent IQ and a grasp of mathematics.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27111/06/2012

Here's the entire OHIO county result board:

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27211/06/2012

Obama, still slightly ahead in Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27311/06/2012

CNN.com has BO ahead 64 -40.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27511/06/2012

Candy Crowley has BO!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27611/06/2012

[quote]Mack projected Senate winner in FL.

Wrong. Democratic Senator Bill Nelson is the projected winner.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27711/06/2012

[quote]Are you watching FOX?

Sorry, I glitched. I was watching NBC, and they projected the Democrat, and I mixed up the names.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27811/06/2012

Robert Wilonsky ‏@RobertWilonsky Dallas County early voting totals finally in: Obama 56.59; Romney 42.48%. Straight D: 58.52%. And for Senate: Sadler 56.50%to Cruz 41.7 %.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 27911/06/2012

Huffington Post, for all their claimed savvy, have a slow and reverse running live feed.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28011/06/2012

The google map actually has The President ahead on EV, behind in popular vote.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28111/06/2012

Bite us, R256. Your man will be dead before the night is out.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28211/06/2012

Romney takes Virginia?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28311/06/2012

R274 is drinking heavily again

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28411/06/2012

R270, Obama has the crime ridden ones in the bag.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28511/06/2012

R274 Who called VA for Romney?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28611/06/2012

I forgive you, R278. : )

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28711/06/2012

where are you getting that romney won virginia r274.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28811/06/2012

Romney hasn't taken Virginia and I'll bet you Axelrod's moustache that he won't.

Nor will Mr. Romney take Ohio or Pennsylvania.

So fuck you.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 28911/06/2012

Florida back to Romney. Shit. Come on Pennsylvania and Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29011/06/2012

Remember....

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29111/06/2012

‏@AriFleischer Exits in OH show 15% of voters are black, up from 11% in 2008. Huge surge above 08 levels and hard to believe.

(Someone in my timeline RT'd him, I don't follow the POS.)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29211/06/2012

So Oklahoma went to Rmoney.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29311/06/2012

Obama is 100,000 ahead in Ohio but this is from the early voting. Good but expected so it's still too early.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29411/06/2012

Romney is watching the election returns at his headquarters in Boston.

Doesn't it gotta hurt for him to hear that Massachusetts goes to Obama?

(I hope it hurts!)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29511/06/2012

R274 lies.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29611/06/2012

[quote]Romney takes Virginia.

Wrong. Where are you people getting this information from?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29711/06/2012

R274 you are so stupid.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29811/06/2012

R295 What's worse is he had to VOTE in Mass., so his vote for himself was wasted.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 29911/06/2012

47% of Orange County FL-think ORlando Obama up 58.7 to romneys 40.6

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30011/06/2012

As expected, R293.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30111/06/2012

[quote]Florida back to Romney. Shit. Come on Pennsylvania and Ohio.

Please calm the fuck down.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30211/06/2012

I read Obama 65 and Romney 56. But I think they are counting Florida and Ohio for Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30311/06/2012

What a nice surprise in FL!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30411/06/2012

I think Romney is gonna take FL and VA.

By small margins, but still......

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30511/06/2012

Romney doing unexpectedly well in VA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30611/06/2012

NBC is saying that PA is "too early to call," and FL and NH are "too close to call." I wonder what the difference is.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30711/06/2012

If Romney takes Virginia, I'm going to assume some cheating is going on.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 30811/06/2012

Yes Ari, there really ARE that many Black Americans, and they really DO have the right to vote (no matter how hard the GOP tries to block it.)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31011/06/2012

I like Jon King's anology with the touchscreen.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31111/06/2012

HuffPost is counting Florida for Romney.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31211/06/2012

Romney leads in Wisconsin, but early.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31311/06/2012

Could Obama win Florida?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31411/06/2012

Last time, didn't it even take three or four days to get NC's final result and by then it didn't matter?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31511/06/2012

I'm undecided...any last minute suggestions?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31611/06/2012

I love that phrase "breasts exploded."

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31711/06/2012

If Obama doesn't win FL and VA, can he still win?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31811/06/2012

88% of pinellas in obama now up 52.2 to romneys 46.7

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 31911/06/2012

R306 lies.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32011/06/2012

[quote]Romney doing unexpectedly well in VA.

Actually no, he is performing about as well as McCain right now which is troubling for his campaign. Not that it really matters if he wins both. Neither is crucial for Obama's path to victory.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32211/06/2012

Since when did DL become home to so many low-information voters?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32311/06/2012

follow nate silvers live blog

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32411/06/2012

What's a reliable source? HuffPost is driving me crazy with the back and forth.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32511/06/2012

I'm sick to my stomach.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32611/06/2012

I'm in Florida and they just called the race for Senator Nelson.

Hooray! He defeated Connie Mack!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32711/06/2012

R312 No they're not. Stop posting misinformation!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32811/06/2012

Bob Shrum called VA for the President days ago. I'll bet he's right.

PA, OH, IA and WI are also going to the President.

Romney's fucked. Ann should hire someone to give him surprise oral.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 32911/06/2012

Virginia is only in play for Democrats because of Washington DC, elsewhere it is mostly Republican.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33011/06/2012

R319, where are you getting your info? I want to go where you are.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33111/06/2012

r272 (Poll Troll) shit, what's with all the red in the Ohio county map?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33211/06/2012

Florida is going to go back and forth for a while, not enough precincts in yet

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33311/06/2012

Shut up, R321.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33411/06/2012

Barak back up in Florida. no dade or broward yet. That bodes well.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33511/06/2012

[quote]Since when did DL become home to so many low-information voters?

Freepers trying to troll. I kinda wish primetime was on.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33611/06/2012

VA was one of the last battleground states to be called in 2008 because the populous blue counties in the North take much longer to finish counting.

OH and WI should seal the deal for Obama before VA is called.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33711/06/2012

[quote]If Obama doesn't win FL and VA, can he still win?

YES.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33811/06/2012

Why are you people still talking to trolls?

Why?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 33911/06/2012

Quick question: any gay rumors about Mitt Romney?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34011/06/2012

R307 - too early to call means that it's still very early and there aren't a lot of votes in, but that they don't expect it to be very close. They suspect it will turn out one way.

Too close to call means that they don't have any confidence of who the winner will be.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34111/06/2012

R318, Obama needs the states he's clearly been up in, and Nevada, Iowa, and Wisconsin for 275 and an easy win. He can give up FL, VA, OH, NH, and CO, and still win.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34211/06/2012

R329 Has to be a non-Mormon; those Utah girls don't do the BJs.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34311/06/2012

Remember when Dick Morris predicted Mack would beat Nelson in Florida?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34411/06/2012

Bitches. Information is changing by the second. What was untrue five minutes ago might be true right now.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34511/06/2012

332, it's mostly rural areas, not a lot of votes. Watch the cities, that's what will take Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34611/06/2012

Good guy and progressive Allen Greyson is leading big so far in his bid to return to Congres in Fla.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34711/06/2012

Obama's lead in OH is widening. Currently at about 118,000 votes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34811/06/2012

Voting machine rejects Obama vote -

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 34911/06/2012

Yes, R330, because we all know Washington, D.C is in Virginia.

FreeRepublic sent its D list today. What gives?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35011/06/2012

Thank you PT.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35111/06/2012

For what it is worth, Chuck Todd said that sources on both sides expect Romney to win Florida by 100,000 votes. Hope he is wrong. He did say there would be challenges to provisional ballots.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35211/06/2012

Guys, check this out!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35311/06/2012

mom

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35411/06/2012

Daily kos says things are looking extremely good for the democrats. Extremely. So relax and enjoy it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35511/06/2012

Miami has a large population but also a large Cuban population who tend to vote Republican. How does Miami usually vote?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35611/06/2012

Someone tell Miss Dionne Warwick to please return my horse tranquilizers?? I REALLY need them tonight!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35711/06/2012

AP is really being cautious. Still haven't called GA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35811/06/2012

The minute they call Florida for the President (fingers crossed) then it's over for Mitt Romney.

Romney can't make 270 without Florida. The President can make 270 with or without Florida.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 35911/06/2012

Now Michigan showing Romney ahead, WTF??

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36011/06/2012

DC metro area, duh.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36111/06/2012

Those Ohio numbers are sweet!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36211/06/2012

Florida? Dare we hope?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36311/06/2012

R360 Please stop looking at raw votes! They mean NOTHING out of context.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36411/06/2012

Miami is strong democrate. The cubans are outnumbered by all the other latin groups with vote dem, plus african americans and haitian americans. Broward county is almost as big and even more liberal.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36511/06/2012

Curiously what are the freeper pundits saying? I can't bear to watch.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36611/06/2012

I fucking can't believe Hamilton County is BLUE!!!!!

Fucking fuck yeah!

BLUE CENSORNAZI????

Yes, Virginia, there IS a Santa Claus!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36711/06/2012

[quote]Daily kos says things are looking extremely good for the democrats. Extremely. So relax and enjoy it.

Kos had a fake polling company. Huge scandal. Don't report their shit. Thanks.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36811/06/2012

Why do Cubans always vote rethug?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 36911/06/2012

Pinellas county is blowing my mind, r319 - methinks Mitt lost some old folks. And Orange, do you think some of the local biblethumpers stayed home?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37211/06/2012

R353, that was such a disappointment.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37311/06/2012

CNN projecting MD marriage equality YES 58%/42%

CNN projecting MD marriage equality YES: 58%, NO: 42% . Zero percent reporting. #LGBTvote bit.ly/Wxqr18

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37411/06/2012

Mitt Romney wins Arkansas.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37511/06/2012

There are still people in Orlando standing in lines with a 1.5+ hour wait

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37611/06/2012

BWAH HA HA HA HA HA!!!!

Linda McMahon lost!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37711/06/2012

Chris Murphy wins!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37811/06/2012

R369 1. They're stupid.

2. Castro

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 37911/06/2012

Yes, 363, the President has been leading in Florida polls. It's looking good for him so far tonight.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38011/06/2012

I'm hoping for a win in Florida.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38111/06/2012

Florida just went blue. O 51 R 48

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38211/06/2012

Obama won New Jersey R371

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38311/06/2012

R342 I don't get your math. With Wisconsin, Nevada, and Iowa - it's 259. Add New Hampshire it's 263. Obama needs something else.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38411/06/2012

F&F R371.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38511/06/2012

Boy- on Fox, it seems like a somber funeral. Coverage and the number of reporters, etc. seems sparse compared to MSNBC and CNN...

And, suprise, O'Reilly even admitted US population is no longer dominated by whites prepping the audience for a possible loss. and hen implied that the non whites are the 50% folks who want stuff....

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38611/06/2012

R370 should prove to you people who is posting here. So please stop responding or reacting to these trolls.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38711/06/2012

Per local NBC affiliate, Northern VA polls to stay open until midnight

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38811/06/2012

Linda McMahon loses in the Connecticut Senate race!!!

Yay!!!

Glad that bitch pissed away a few million on that.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 38911/06/2012

Hamilton county is blue because the racist homophobes kept moving farther and farther into the burbs until they hit butler County.

good riddance, teabaggers! West chester is teabagger central. John Boehner lives there.

Hamilton county is no longer the Mapplethorpe jailing, O Calcutta pornography spewing, Larry Flint arresting fucktard county.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39011/06/2012

Daily Fail- EXIT POLLS A BLOW TO Romney...he FAILED to seize swing states....

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39111/06/2012

I'm having a cigarette out on the loading dock of the hotel.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39211/06/2012

R382 Please cite a SOURCE. No one has called Florida yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39311/06/2012

Politicolnews ‏@Politicolnews

OHIO: 58% OBAMA, 40% Romney. Obama will take Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39411/06/2012

And, there are still people in line in Northern Virginia waiting to vote. The news reports that they may not get the polls closed until 10:00 p.m.

Please stop freaking out over raw vote totals.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39511/06/2012

R370, that's not tonight's celebration party, that's the rioting if Obama loses!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39611/06/2012

HuffPo's map, 393. It's not closed yet, of course.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39711/06/2012

Mittens gets TN and AR. Two more inbreeder states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39811/06/2012

Obama leading in Ohio by 216000 votes.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 39911/06/2012

HuffPo currently has Obama up in Ohio and Florida, and Romney in Virginia and North Carolina, but they haven't called any of them yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40011/06/2012

Yo

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40111/06/2012

R379, why are Cubans stupid? Could you be any more racist?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40211/06/2012

R392 is a fake.

I'm actually having a hoagie out on the loading dock of the hotel.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40311/06/2012

Daily Mail is a tawdry rag but ya gotta LOVE that pic of Romney!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40411/06/2012

Why is PA still read on John King's magic map?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40511/06/2012

Wow, that sounds great R399.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40711/06/2012

obama u in florida with only 2% of broward and 1% of miami in.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40811/06/2012

[quoteFlorida, Virginia, North Carolina, AND New Jersey are all going red right now. This is awful.

New Jersey is not going to Romney.

Just because a map shows a few red counties in first does not mean that's the way the state will vote. *Important point to remember for tonight.*

Romney has not led in New Jersey all year and he is losing the exit polls too.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 40911/06/2012

R394 Politico has NOT called Ohio for anyone.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41011/06/2012

Vince McMahon has spent a lot of money trying to get his old lady elected.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41111/06/2012

Why did they move, R390? Sounds good for us!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41211/06/2012

R402 There is no such race as "Cuban."

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41311/06/2012

Yes, R318. Obama doesn't need FL or VA as long as he has the midwest states he's expected to pick up.

It's Romney who is screwed if he doesn't win FL and VA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41411/06/2012

[quote]Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney in New Hampshire: 63.3% to 35.5% with 6% reporting.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41511/06/2012

Vince McMahon must be pissed. He wanted Linda to win to get her out of the house.Gone are his plans to shack up with some up and comming rookie muscle bound pro wrestling talent.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41611/06/2012

Man dies while voting, then is revised!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41711/06/2012

F&F R406.

Fuck you, trollbitch.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41811/06/2012

I got a knot in my stomach

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 41911/06/2012

I'm watching Shep and praying that Mittens Wins

Really

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42011/06/2012

Turned to Fox to see their take. They (Rove) said their exit polls are really positive for Romney in FL, OH and PA.

I can't believe they're still spewing lies.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42111/06/2012

I'm actually having a loading dock.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42211/06/2012

I just realized that Chris Christie looks like Mr. Creosote sans mustache.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42311/06/2012

2012PT, that troll's just yanking your chain.

I F&F'd the bitch and I will continue to F&F these goddamned trolls all night.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42411/06/2012

How is it possible that all of the people that we've been having rational conversations with for the last few months have all turned into nervous nellies, spouting false information, and don't seem to have a grasp on even the most basic election return information?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42511/06/2012

Virginia: Romney 55% to Obama's 45%

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42611/06/2012

[quote]It's Romney who is screwed if he doesn't win FL and VA.

If he wins one?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42711/06/2012

Can we please go to Primetime?

Too many freaks.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42811/06/2012

I thought Virginia had been called for asshole?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 42911/06/2012

[quote]I'm watching Shep and praying that Mittens Wins

Forget it. God isn't listening to you.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43011/06/2012

Obama STILL ahead in FL.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43111/06/2012

FistFucking those Fuckers is Fabulous Fun!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43211/06/2012

AL called for Romney. Quelle surprise.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43311/06/2012

If Penn, Ohio and Florida go Obama, he has won, right?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43411/06/2012

VA hasn't been called for ANYONE.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43511/06/2012

It's DL, r425. We like to clutch our pearls and squawk when the wind blows in a different direction. Gives us something to do.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43611/06/2012

Why is NH so contested with its lousy 4 votes?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43711/06/2012

Virginia hasn't been called.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 43911/06/2012

Nate Silver just posted this on Florida:

In the final pre-election forecast at FiveThirtyEight, the state of Florida was exceptionally close. Officially, Mr. Obama was projected to 49.797 percent of the vote there, and Mr. Romney 49.775 percent, a difference of two-hundredths of a percentage point.

The last time a FiveThirtyEight forecast had projected such a close race was in the 2008 senate race in Minnesota, when our final pre-election forecast had given the Democrat, Al Franken, a nominal 0.1-point lead over the Republican incumbent, Norm Coleman. That race ended in a recount, with Mr. Franken winning after several months of ballot counting.

Florida, of course, is known for its recounts as well. We’re tracking the individual counties as they come in from that state, particularly those where there is a decent amount of Election Day votes reported, rather than just absentee ballots. Throughout the state, the vote tallies are coming in about exactly as you would expect in a tied race.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44111/06/2012

obama now leading in ohio with over 200000 votes.

obama: 57

romney: 40

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44211/06/2012

Donnelly (D) still leading Mourdock (R) by several points with nearly 50% of the vote in.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44311/06/2012

Thank you PT for your calm. Good news about the ME and MD gay marriage votes!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44411/06/2012

Right now Florida is proving more interesting than Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44511/06/2012

Warren & Brown tied in MA in early results.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44611/06/2012

David Shuster ‏@DavidShuster

FL looking better and better for Obama. He is + 100,000 over Romney with heavy dem Miami precincts still to come

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44711/06/2012

55/45 to Romney in VA. Don't see how Obama can come back from that...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44811/06/2012

Yes, R434, but really - all it would take is Florida.

The minute Romney loses FL he has no path to 270 and he's lost the election.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 44911/06/2012

Obama beats Romney in one of Romney's home states - MASSACHUSETTS!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45011/06/2012

Really, I hate and have to say it. I hate the south (except y'all).

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45111/06/2012

So if Obama wins OH, THEN is it over?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45211/06/2012

WW 436

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45311/06/2012

VA to stop reporting due to so many still in line to vote.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45411/06/2012

Romney begone! I'll have no more of thee!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45511/06/2012

Virginia is a bunch of pig-fucker tards.

they've been called now, haven't they?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45611/06/2012

Right, R445?

Who'd 'a thunk?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45711/06/2012

MURPHY DEFEATS MCMAHON IN CONNECTICUT

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45811/06/2012

R448 is such a freezer tool. At this rate Obama will win Va once the northern Va vote starts being counted

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 45911/06/2012

Those old fucking Repugs in Florida and the African Americans who have the courage to vote in the Panhandle...their votes will not be counted unless the National Guard is there. The KKK still reigns in Northern Florida.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46011/06/2012

Please someone throw Romney in a grease fire!!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46111/06/2012

obama up 70%(310,827) to 29% (128,012) with just 24% in Broward County.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46211/06/2012

I noticed that CNN is keeping John King and Dana Bash FAR away from each other.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46311/06/2012

No, they haven't R456. People still in line to vote in northern VA counties. Polls will stay open very late until ALL have voted.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46411/06/2012

[quote]Obama beats Romney in one of Romney's home states - MASSACHUSETTS!

Are his 5 mansions in 5 different states?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46611/06/2012

The McMahons have spent $100 million on Linda's last two senate campaigns in Conn. and have nothing to show for it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46711/06/2012

My prediction tonight: The chocolate fondue fountain. It's dripping in slowly but it's turning out to be the best thing on the menu.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46811/06/2012

R456, see R454 - no one is caling Virginia until the polls close. And Virginia has stopped reporting updates.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 46911/06/2012

They're now saying on CNN they will be voting in VA until midnight, there's so many in line.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47011/06/2012

what does it look like for Mcaskill, Tammy Baldwin and Warren?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47211/06/2012

In what universe is it likely Romney wins FL and OH, r465? LOL.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47411/06/2012

That's it's even close in VA with the NOVA not yet counted is a very good sign for Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47511/06/2012

CBS says Ohio is "leaning the President's way" though not enough info to call it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47611/06/2012

In Fl there's still a 4 hour wait! What bullshit!!!!!!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47711/06/2012

r465 is also r406, aka "will people riot if Obama loses?"

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47811/06/2012

R460: a very poor violin soloist.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 47911/06/2012

Really, R465? You think people will just read your post without reading any of the posts before it in the thread which completely contradict it?

*eye roll*

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48011/06/2012

[quote]Yes, Romney is likely to win FL, and now, it looks like he will probably win Ohio, as well.

What?

Is this trolling?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48111/06/2012

Just to recap, so far NOT A SINGLE BATTLEGROUND/SWING STATE HAS BEEN CALLED for EITHER candidate.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48211/06/2012

[quote]55/45 to Romney in VA. Don't see how Obama can come back from that...

Well then, I'm afraid that we can't help you because apparently you don't understand that they haven't counted the votes from the Democratic strongholds in Northern Virginia.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48311/06/2012

Please, dear God....PRIMETIME

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48411/06/2012

R465 - Romney is losing in Ohio.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48511/06/2012

R465, let me repeat what the others said... what the fuck are you on?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48611/06/2012

sherrod brown will NOT LOSE , Hopeful and nervous about Elizabeth warren

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48711/06/2012

Poll troll is an ignoramus if he thinks NJ is "going red right now." Not a chance in hell.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48811/06/2012

R477, where in FL is there a wait? Miami/Dade, or somewhere else?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 48911/06/2012

Close call for Webbie, R484.

There are a lot of loyal DLers here who probably don't subscribe.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49011/06/2012

CUNTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49111/06/2012

Link to OHIO county by county results:

OBAMA - 56%

ROMNEY - 42%

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49311/06/2012

sherrod brown 57%

dorktard mandel 38%

so I don't know what the fuck you're talking about!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49511/06/2012

Emmm dont worry about VA, voting is still going on and the results have been paused , they will be called at 11:00pm

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49611/06/2012

R465 is a troll. Ignore it and calm the fuck down.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49711/06/2012

Can I repeat something too, R486?:

STOP TALKING TO TROLLS!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49811/06/2012

Obama, that is.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 49911/06/2012

People just ignore the freeper trolls on this thread. They're just sore that the repugs are losing. And they really are.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50011/06/2012

Oh please, like we DLers would even be CAPABLE of rioting. Give me a break, we don't commit violence.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50211/06/2012

r492, that's horseshit and we all know it.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50311/06/2012

Only 10,000 votes between the two in N. Carolina with just 30% reporting. Let's not give up on that one yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50411/06/2012

If you look behind just the raw total numbers, Florida and Ohio are actually looking pretty decent for Obama because he is meeting or exceeding the critical county-by-county percentages from 2008, when he won both states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50511/06/2012

R427, if he wins only one, then he needs to basically make up those votes by taking them away from Obamam. These are the (blue/light blue) states and it's highly, highly, highly unlikely he could.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50611/06/2012

President 2,182 of 6,153 (35 %) Precincts Reporting Barack Obama 2,612,182 (51 %) Mitt Romney 2,502,046 (49 %) Gary Johnson 24,230 (0 %) Jill Stein 5,117 (0 %) Roseanne Barr 4,590 (0 %) Tom Stevens 2,313 (0 %) Virgil Goode 1,414 (0 %) Rocky Anderson 1,035 (0 %) Tom Hoefling 524 (0 %) Andre Barnett 452 (0 %) Stewart Alexander 417 (0 %) Peta Lindsay 166 (0 %)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50711/06/2012

Asshole Allen West NOT doing well, bitches.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50811/06/2012

Fox News is extremely pissed at Chris Christie. The votes aren't even counted yet and they're in full scale attack and blame mode.

— @GoAngelo via HootSuite

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 50911/06/2012

OBAMA WINS MAINE

ANGUS KING WINS MAINE SENATE

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51011/06/2012

DL has never gone primetime on election night. NEVER!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51111/06/2012

#FL18 Patrick Murphy (D) back in lead over Allen West, 52-48 with 25% in. Expect this one to see-saw for a long time.

— @DKElections via web

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51211/06/2012

Live Florida results:

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51311/06/2012

I'm hoping Virgil Goode will take enough votes away from the MittBot in VA to ensure his demise.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51411/06/2012

will someone please crack a joke to break this tension!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51511/06/2012

Tampa is blue as of right now and whatever candidate wins Tampa/Hillsborough county always wins the state.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51611/06/2012

I've been freaking tense about this for a long time. It's cathartic to see how things are playing out.

OBAMA/BIDEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FUCK YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51711/06/2012

obama took MI...YES!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 51911/06/2012

Obama just won Michigan!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52011/06/2012

Please F&F R494, everyone, trying to stop other voices.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52111/06/2012

Obama wins Michigan!!!

Yay, Rmoney loses ANOTHER of his "home" states!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52211/06/2012

New York picks Obama!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52311/06/2012

OBAMA WINS MICHIGAN

CNN already called it the moment the polls closed.

So much for that one being a close race.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52411/06/2012

Exactly, r505 - I'm looking at FL county by county and seeing better than last time around in the large population centers.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52611/06/2012

Mitt Rmoney's the joke, r515.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52711/06/2012

r484 what are you gonna do when you realize that the freeper trolls are subscribers? Because I promise you they are. I have been around here long enough to know.

Most of us who don't have subscription are actually the good ones and the ones who keep this place moving.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52811/06/2012

The NPR board has the Prez leading in OH, FL, and PA. If he takes them, that's the election, isn't it?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 52911/06/2012

So Romney has already lost two home states - MICHIGAN & MASSACHUSETTS.

I suspect NEW HAMPSHIRE is not far behind for OBAMA.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53011/06/2012

Michigan was never in doubt. Still, it's nice to take Mittens' *real* home state away from him.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53111/06/2012

NBC says Warren over Brown in MA!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53211/06/2012

OK, now we're done with the Hillbilly States, so now we can get serious.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53311/06/2012

Heh. Is that the sound of freeper heads and titties exploding?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53411/06/2012

The Michigan call was hilarious on ABC. George Stephanopolous said Mitt Romney now loses another one of his home states!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53511/06/2012

[R254]- yep that blog is fairly close so far!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53611/06/2012

I am disappointed. I was hoping for zero votes for Romney and a close call between Obama and Roseanne.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53711/06/2012

I guess we don't have enough actual results yet, but I wonder how closely the actual percentages are matching up with Nate's predictions.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53811/06/2012

Retired Floridians know what vouchers really mean.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 53911/06/2012

Michigan called for Obama. So far, Nate Silver hasn't missed a state. Romney now seems to be losing VA, which would likely be the ball game.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54011/06/2012

GOD how I hate this night!! It turns every four years into a crisis!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54111/06/2012

New Mexico for Obama!Very nice. The new west! Fuck the rednecks in the backward red states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54211/06/2012

Obama takes Jersey!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54311/06/2012

Fuck Roseanne!

It's all about me, bitches.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54511/06/2012

New Jersey!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54611/06/2012

[quote]The NPR board has the Prez leading in OH, FL, and PA. If he takes them, that's the election, isn't it?

It would pretty much impossible for Rmoney to get to 270 Electoral College votes at that point. So, yeah. And, if the President takes Virginia as well, then it is all over.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54711/06/2012

If the south tries to secede again, can we just let them go this time?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54811/06/2012

Msnbc calls NJ for Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 54911/06/2012

oh, please, the ball game. please, please!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55111/06/2012

REPUGS KEEP THE HOUSE!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55211/06/2012

CNN PROJECTS REPUBLICANS RETAIN HOUSE

Not a surprise.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55411/06/2012

"will someone please crack a joke to break this tension!"

The Queen of England? I hate her. Here's why: I think she slept with my husband. One night Edgar came in very late. And he had tiara marks all over his stomach.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55511/06/2012

lol r537, me too.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55611/06/2012

*The OFFICIAL Poll Troll ELECTION NIGHT THREAD*

PART 2 PLEASE!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55711/06/2012

R544, blacks don't vote republican.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55811/06/2012

Let's take a break from the action with some dorm dancing -

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 55911/06/2012

R473-Keep dreaming.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56211/06/2012

michigan , so much for close

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56311/06/2012

Warren wins in Massachusetts!`

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56411/06/2012

Is Ted Nugent going to eat a bullet tonight?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56511/06/2012

R561, what the fuck?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56611/06/2012

Menendez called winner in NJ Senate.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56711/06/2012

Just for yucks, does anyone have a current popular vote total? I'm not seeing it anywhere.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56811/06/2012

Bullshit, Ohio and Florida are leaning Obama.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 56911/06/2012

R560 Which is Paul Ryan's home state. The ones that know them the best rejected them.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57011/06/2012

r561 is r465.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57111/06/2012

When are we going to start trolling freeperland? Or did they spontaneously combust already?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57211/06/2012

R567 Lyle or Erik?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57311/06/2012

McCaskill ahead of Akin in Missouri but early days yet. Only 1% of the vote in.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57411/06/2012

SOOOOO close in Florida 50/50 with 76% in! Yikes...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57511/06/2012

Romney overtakes Obama for the first time in FL.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57611/06/2012

No, R548, secession is not possible. Mr. Lincoln helped us settle this question.

We just have to hope for their eventual redemption in the freaky freeper states.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57811/06/2012

YASSS WARRRENNNN

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 57911/06/2012

The only thing I want besides an Obama win is for Michele Bachmann to go down in flames. I guess Minnesota hasn't closed yet?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58111/06/2012

Bob Casey called winner in PA Senate.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58211/06/2012

Link on FL or bullshit.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58311/06/2012

"What if Romney gets to 270 before Obama, it's over."

It's not a literal RACE you fucking retard. It's not like whoever gets 270 FIRST wins--it's whoever can manage to get 270 at all.

I'm sorry if I'm harsh with you. I'm sure you have lovely eyes and a tight little ass that smells like rumcake.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58511/06/2012

Actual CNN numbers on OHIO:

GOBAMA!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58611/06/2012

Nelson is winning in Florida.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58711/06/2012

Casey Wins in PA!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58811/06/2012

Colorado: 62%Romney Obama 38%

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 58911/06/2012

Has Green Party candidate Jule Styne earned any percentage yet?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59011/06/2012

Thank goodness no Linda McMahon in CT. Scary scary person. Her campaign was paying people $300 cash to stand & support her at the polls today...

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59111/06/2012

The blue LED lights are still slightly ahead on the New York Empire State Building.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59211/06/2012

President (Florida totals) President 3,458 of 6,153 (56 %) Precincts Reporting Barack Obama 3,131,434 (50 %) Mitt Romney 3,110,318 (49 %) Gary Johnson 30,298 (0 %) Jill Stein 6,450 (0 %) Roseanne Barr 5,893 (0 %) Tom Stevens 2,815 (0 %) Virgil Goode 1,804 (0 %) Rocky Anderson 1,405 (0 %) Tom Hoefling 646 (0 %) Andre Barnett 572 (0 %) Stewart Alexander 521 (0 %) Peta Lindsay 208 (0 %)

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59311/06/2012

Did Warren really win?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59411/06/2012

[quote]Romney now ahead in Florida

Bullshit. According to the Florida elections website, Obama is still leading.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59511/06/2012

Less than 25% of the vote from Broward and Miami counties are counted in Florida. No worries yet.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59611/06/2012

OBAMA TAKES PA!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59711/06/2012

In PA, Bob Casey (D) won over Tom Smith, the Republican who compared rape to single motherhood.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59811/06/2012

Obama in PA!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 59911/06/2012

Obama gets Pennsylvania!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60011/06/2012

PENNSYLVANIA!!!!!

Woohooooooooooo.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60111/06/2012

MSNBC calls PA for Obama!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60211/06/2012

OBAMA WINS PA !!!!!!!!!!! FUCKING YESSS

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60411/06/2012

Obama is way ahead in New Mexico!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60511/06/2012

Elizabeth Warren WINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FUCK YEAHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60611/06/2012

[quote] Has Green Party candidate Jule Styne earned any percentage yet?

The composer of Gypsy is running for prez?! Damn I want to change my vote now!

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60711/06/2012

81% of Florida votes are in and yikes still 50/50...now what? Evven Wolf is getting dramatic..

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60811/06/2012

When was the last time that a presidential ticket lost both home states?

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 60911/06/2012

"Why are we hearing from these people before the concession speech?"

said Chris Matthews when Maddow said that they'll be interviewing Elizabeth Warren

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 61011/06/2012

Romney is not conceding Ohio. Guess he needs more time to write his concession speech.

by 2012 Poll Trollreply 61111/06/2012
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