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Message Subject Obama should hold Early Lead in Elections until Republicans get off Work
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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This thread is nonsense:

Highest income earners by state:

1. Washington DC = Votes Democratic
2. Connecticut = Votes Democratic
3. New Jersey = Votes Democratic
4. Massechusettes = Votes Democratic
5. Maryland = Votes Democratic
6. Virginia = Votes Democratic
7. New York = Votes Democratic
8. Colorado = Votes Democratic
9. Illinois = Votes Democratic

Something tells me, the better educated a states population is, the more they vote Democratic.
It must be the numbers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11169418


I don't know where you're getting this but it's simply not true.
 Quoting: Miggy


This is based on data from 2011. It includes households that make over 200,000 per year.

It is true factual numbers. I'd look it up for you but am on a cellphone which sucks.

This thread is devoid of facts yet goes pinned and salivated over because it agrees with the GLP populous.

If you talk to most people they vote early or during lunch hours. Very few wait til after work to avoid the missing the ballot.
What will happen is red states will stay red blues will be blues and Ohio or Maine will decide the election.

Doesn't it make you feel good that your vote doesn't really count unless you are in a swing state?

No offense to anyone in Ohio, but I speant a year there and have met some of the nicest, yet dumbest people I've ever met.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11169418


The early voting being referred to is vote cast BEFORE election day. Ohio for example has almost a month when we can vote at our board of elections location Mon through SUNDAY before Nov 6.

It has nothing to do with voting at an early hour on Nov 6
 Quoting: Real list


Obviously I know the difference.
I was referring to election day voting. A good majority vote early in the day or during their lunch hour.

Most businesses give employees time to vote.
Typical 9-5 employees will have ballots cast prior to leaving work.

The reason being they have to get home pick p kids make dinners and do grown up stuff.
So they take advantage of voting before 5
 
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