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    I used to really hate James Carville, for some reason he's starting to grow on me.

    But Robert Novak still annoys the hell out of me.
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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    53% of Cuyahoga (or however you spell it) has been counted.

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    I really like the comments Carville is making on the Democratic party reassessing their entire strategy if they lose this election. With the war in Iraq, th economy, and the winning all three debates, Kerry should not lose this election. If he does, it's time to take a long look in the mirror.
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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    cnn.com currently has Bush with 197 Electoral Votes. Kerry holds 188.

    If Bush wins Florida (almost a lock now) and Ohio (uncertain), that would put him at 244. Bush will win Arizona (10 EV) and Montana (3 EV). That adds up to 257. He should win Colorado (9 EV). That's 266.

    If one more state not listed falls to Bush (assuming he wins Ohio), that's game over folks.
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    Ohio could end up being the Florida of 2004. It's going to come down to the wire and a recount is possible.
    The way this thing is headed, you might be able to say that about a number of states. Wow.
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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    The latest from AP:

    Here are the latest nationwide election returns in the race for president with 65 percent of the nationís precincts reporting.

    Kerry 39,185,026 - 48 percent
    Has won 13 states including the District of Columbia with 188 ev.
    Leads in 8 states with 71 ev.

    Bush 41,736,189 - 51 percent
    Has won 25 states with 237 ev.
    Leads in 3 states with 25 ev.

    Others 713,987 - 1 percent

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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by letsgojunior
    53% of Cuyahoga (or however you spell it) has been counted.
    Cuyahoga heavily leans towards Kerry. But local news is saying that Ohio could be determined by the tally of votes in Franklin County.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldFan
    He can still win it because he has decent leads in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, New Hampshire, and basically has the west coast as a lock. Bush is short of electorial even if he does take Ohio and Florida, unless I missed something big time...........
    Right now CBS News has Bush ahead 246-199(including Florida). Add in Ohio and its 266. All he would need from that list is Nevada, New Mexico, Hawaii, or New Hampshire, and one of those is easily attainable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkin Fan
    Cuyahoga heavily leans towards Kerry. But local news is saying that Ohio could be determined by the tally of votes in Franklin County.
    Franklin is also highly Democratic. I still think it goes down to the wire. I definitely wouldn't put Ohio in the Bush column just yet. It's going to wind up less than 1%.
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    I feel about the same way following this election as I did the ALCS.
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    74% of Ohio precincts have no reported and the gap has been narrowed. Bush's lead is now only 120,000 votes.

    Don't go to bed folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWM
    Franklin is also highly Democratic. I still think it goes down to the wire. I definitely wouldn't put Ohio in the Bush column just yet. It's going to wind up less than 1%.
    I agree, MWM. It's going to be a close one.

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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MWM
    I feel about the same way following this election as I did the ALCS.
    I'm right there with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WVRed
    Right now CBS News has Bush ahead 246-199(including Florida). Add in Ohio and its 266. All he would need from that list is Nevada, New Mexico, Hawaii, or New Hampshire, and one of those is easily attainable.
    I was looking at ABC, CNN, and they were all giving a different total on electorial college.

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    Re: Your Official 2004 Election Day Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldFan
    I was looking at ABC, CNN, and they were all giving a different total on electorial college.
    CBS had Colorado going to Bush, thats why ABC is different, havent checked CNN.
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