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Hearing that Mitt is winning Hamilton County, Ohio. BIG!

 
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That's what I heard on the radio anyway, for whatever it's worth.
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What you heard on the radio isnt worth a fucking thing.
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I'm just wondering if it has something to do with what the OP heard. Just trying to clarify. No need to get pissy.
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VERY easy for any republican to win Ohio. Fundamentalist religious types.
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The following reports were received via the Breitbart News ELECTION TIP LINE (noreply@breitbart.com) between 8:20 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. EST, Election Day, November 6. We have been overwhelmed by your response--there are literally hundreds more reports--we are trying to post as many as possible. The overall feeling is that Republicans are turning out in force--and voters feel like they are part of something big, something historic and wonderful:.

Arizona
I've been voting in the same district in Scottsdale for the last 16 years. It is a heavy republican district and I show up at 10:00 to avoid the morning rush and usually there are only a few people in line. Today however, it was packed with at least 30 people in front of me and when I left the line was longer than when arrived. If my polling location is indicative of other republican districts this will be a good night for Romney.
California
1. Surprisingly long line at my usually dead polling place, although I am not sure how much of that is actually an increase in turnout or just because the insane number of city and state propositions means it takes several minutes for each person to cast a ballot. No question how SF and CA are going to vote for president (although high turnout for local candidates and issues could help contribute to Obama's popular vote tallies) but I am still hopeful that Californians will vote down the various tax increases and hare-brained schemes put before us.
2. Score it Romney 2, Obama 0 from our household. I was an alternate delegate to the GOP convention from CA, but had to stay home to manage my business in these tough times! I'm also proud to say my wife, a lifelong Democrat, voted Republican - Mitt Romney - for the first time in her life! We also voted YES on Prop 37 (Genetically Modified Food labeling), hoping CA sets a mandate for GMO labeling across America. Unlike swing states, our polling station was virtually vacant. I wish we could have cast a ballot in OH, WI, VA or PA, but we're doing all we can from the west coast and hoping Mitt pulls this one out!
3. In 2008 about every front yard here in Marxist Central Oakland CA had an Obama lawn sign.
Now 2012 while walking through the neighborhood, saw only 2 signs of which 1 was actually a recycled one of 2008. No Obama posters in windows either.
Voting station was quiet and orderly, about 10 people waiting in line.
Looks Obama did a great job suppression his own voter enthusiasm and turnout.
4. I live in a suburb of Sacramento. It's a fairly conservative area but close enough to San Francisco to still see a fair number of liberal voters. In 2008 all of the enthusiasm was in Obama's direction. The yard signs and bumper stickers all had the ubiquitous "O" and if you weren't voting for Obama you didn't bring up politics in polite company.
What a difference four years makes. This time around you can hardly find an "O" sticker on any car but there are plenty of Romney/Ryan signs and stickers on display. The polls this morning also told a vastly different tale than 2008 did. When I went to vote last time there was only one other voter in the room with me. This time there was a line when I got there and a longer line when I left. I can't say for sure if the momentum is in Romney's direction, but voters are certainly more interested in showing up to vote than they have been in a long time.
Colorado
Friends in rural El Paso county never received absentee ballot. When they called they were told their ballot had been returned with "Deceased" written on the envelope. Due to the Romney sign in their front yard, a neighbor got in their mailbox and returned ballot.

Don't fear! They stood in line for early voting for 3 hours.
Connecticut
1. I voted at 10:30 this morning in Riverside, CT, an upper-middle class but not super-duper wealthy part of Greenwich CT. No change in voting routine due to Sandy. The usual nice older ladies were checking IDs. There were no lines. No funny business. It was interesting that there were no people hanging around outside the 75 yard line making last minute pitches, in contrast to other years.
2. From 6:00 Am until 8:30 AM a nonstop flow of people turnout in our Town will be near 90%. More people stopping at the republican tent on way out than any democratic tent.
Florida
1. On Merritt Island Florida there is not an Obama sign to be seen! Lines about 1/2 block long at 10:30 a.m. and the energy and mood were positive and clearly the people were not voting for Obama. Poll worker said it was steady all morning. Obama campaign didn't even bother to put up Obama signs in the alloted spots outside the polling station. :)
2. Tarpon Springs, FL
I voted later than I had planned to this morning because at 8am the lines at my small voting precinct were out the door. I have been here for ten years and never have I seen this kind of turnout. The other polling places that I have passed are even busier, with much longer lines. Thirty to one, Romney signs to Obama in this area.
3. I live in a very red FL county and my tiny precinct had very high turnout this morning. This can no doubt can be credited to Republican intensity, since we don't usually have to wait to vote. We waited 30 minutes on this cloudy and rainy morning.
4. Early voting for 7 days, the lines never less than 2 hours. Went to polling place this morning at 6:30am for 7am opening The line was already 75 yards long. Finished voting at 8am, the line was about 3 hours long.
Saw virtually no 18 ~ 25 year old folks & lots of 55 & up. No-one that I spoke with in line had ever seen such huge numbers of people turning out to vote. Many folks in line were vocally disgusted with ALL politicians. Very peaceful and friendly in line.
5. Arrived At 7 am sharp--line already through the parking lot and out to the street. Seen some people leave the line before voting.
Had one young lady campaigning down the line for the local Dem. running for office; someone gave her a little grief and she left. Someone from the Dem. party set up a table in the entrance of the driveway handing out Dem. voter information.
Took me 1 1/2 hours to vote once in the voting room only about 6 voting stations with privacy other than that you sat at big round tables with others to fill out your ballot no privacy...thought that was little odd never had vote like that before. Only had two poll workers checking people in. All in all, uneventful.
6. Indian River County
I went to vote at 7 AM at my usual polling place. I have NEVER had to wait more than a minute to get my ballot until today. When I arrived there were at least 100 people in front of me. It was possibly closer to 150.
The political view of this county is dependably Republican and people are really excited but scared. In early voting 46,871 out of 94,014 have voted. Here at Republican HQ we have actually had democrats come in and donate money. In this county we already have almost twice as many Democrats to begin with.
So, overall we're pretty jazzed.
Illinois
I was in line to vote right at 6 am this morning when the polls opened. My father escaped from a communist country to come to the US....To come toward freedom.
Based on the horrible things he's lived through, and the lack of freedom he endured for so many years, I consider voting not only my right, but my duty as a citizen. The lines could take 5 hours and I would happily wait my turn and exercise my voice.
Nothing would have prevented me from voting for our next President, Mitt Romney.

I voted in the River North area of Chicago. About 1/2 the people looked annoyed at the very long lines already forming. We were told some poll judges didn't show up so things were running poorly including (1) a poll judge who forgot he was supposed to initial the ballots before people voted (did that invalidate the votes of people who didn't get initialed ballots???), (2) the same judge who stared at my ballot when I fed it into the counting machine so he could see for whom I voted and (3) the same judge yet again who gave a fully filled out ballot (with, you guessed it, votes marked for all the Democratic candidates) to the woman ahead of me .... Bless her she noticed and returned it rather angrily.
Overall, the judges seemed overwhelmed and not too knowledgable. I hope my vote gets counted, but there's no way to be certain in "vote early-vote often" Chicago.
God bless the US and God bless Mitt Romney.
Indiana
1. I waited in the longest line I've ever experienced to vote - just shy of a two hour wait, most of which was outdoors in the COLD. I live in Carmel, IN, which is in Hamilton County. ALL Hamilton County voting precincts did experience trouble early in the morning. ALL of their voting machines required reprogramming (the cards that clear the machine after each voter were programmed on a machine that was NOT programmed for the 2012 election, so none worked).
The mood was good. My impression was that conservatives were around me in line as evidenced by talk that we are not seeing ALL of what is going bad in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The media will not report the true extent of that till AFTER the election, if at all. Thus, conservative voters... ;)
2. I was at the polls at 6:00AM. Normally there are only 6-12 voters. Today there was probably 30 voters there when I arrived and 50-60 by the time I left at 6:20. I live in a county so Republican that we have offices that there are no Democrat running. Everyone that I talked to wanted to make sure that their vote was made.
I talked to one man that claimed to be 49 years old and a first time voter. He told me the whole political process has always made him so mad that he refused to participate. But, this year he had to vote to send a message that change is needed.
3. I live in West Lafayette, IN, lines were long, took 25 minutes to vote but about same as last time. Very orderly, people in good mood and yet seemed to be very determined. Electronic voter machines were easy, no problems. Reports of very large crowds voting early over the weekend. Lines took 1-1/2 hours to vote.
Iowa
Voted for Romney in Obama strong hold in Des Monies. At 7am there were no lines. In 2008 line was out the door. Looks like low turnout for Obama.
Maryland
I got there at 6:40 am , I was expecting a long line, but there were only like 14 people there waiting in their cars, by the time they opened the polling place, there were like 35 people or less.
Nowhere near what it was in 2008. And this is Obama land.
Massachusetts
1. I voted at 7:10 AM in Leicester Massachusetts. I have never seen so many people there, even in 2008. Line out to Route 56 (picture attached) Overflow parking in Becker College parking lot was almost full. I don't know what this means as Obama is supposed to have an insurmountable lead and Scott Brown is is serious trouble.

Michigan
1. Polling in Grand Rapids Michigan is VERY HEAVY...I work at a Catholic School and many of our families came late this morning as the lines were 1-1/2 hours long.
EVERYONE that comes into the office remarks how they have NEVER seen it like this. (and they are coming from all over the greater Grand Rapids area) *I* voted at 11am and had a 50 minute wait.
People are SO optimistic.
2. Ann Arbor is heavily Democratic...so I think Romney/Ryan may have a tough time here. The polls were packed at 9AM. It took about One hour, 45 minutes to get through. Usually you can walk right up and vote, no waiting. They did require identification and checked for it twice, but they did that at every election I can remember. They also enter into the computer that you vote, so there is no duplicate voting allowed. They do check to make sure of that as well. We used paper ballots but the handicap voting terminal was the electronic version.
Everyone was very friendly...no problems. However, I did put up Romney/Ryan signs on Sunday night around 10 PM and they were smashed to the ground by 9 AM Monday morning and replaced with Obama signs. By 5:30 the Romney signs were completely gone and more Obama signs in their place. I had climbed to the top of an overpass to put Romney signs up high and those were completely removed as well.
3. We are hardly in so-goes the nation-land (Iron River, Upper Penninsula, MI where there are more bears in the county than people) but I was amazed to find that you couldn't park within 2 blocks of the polling place at 9:30 in the morning. Having moved up from an urban area I had not anticipated this - usually close to no traffic at all. People were enthusiastic and while things moved quickly (even with paper ballots and a number of propositions) there was a consistant line of determined voters, even with light snow. It was mentioned that it had been like that most of the day. This is pretty much like the 50's where everyone knows everybody and no foolishness was happening but having avoided the before work crowd, the volume was a surprise as was the mix of a lot of 'retired' and young voters.
Minnesota
1. Orono, MN
Turnout large, no place to park. Will try later.
2. Eden Prairie (Minneapolis), MN - 7:50am:
Doors opened to approximately 400 voters at 7:00 am. Energy level high. People really want to vote. So good to see turnout like this. Greater participation than previous years voting at the same time. C'mon America!
3. Eden Prairie, MN
I have never seen this many voters at our polling place. Huge turnout. Obviously a very, very blue state but my sense is the RED is coming on like a force to be reckoned with. This was at 7:20 a.m. cst.


much more here look at the pictures
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Re: Hearing that Mitt is winning Hamilton County, Ohio. BIG!
From Washington Post: In Florida, Romney is already beating John McCain's 08 Tally. [link to www.washingtonpost.com]

Once again, it would seem the Repubs are coming out in droves...
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So ...

Glad to know that "Secret Voting" isn't so SECRET anymore, at least in Hamilton County Ohio
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Did he mention how they were seeing the votes total up BEFORE the voting machine tallies are even downloaded at the end of the day?
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So ...

Glad to know that "Secret Voting" isn't so SECRET anymore, at least in Hamilton County Ohio
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Did he mention how they were seeing the votes total up BEFORE the voting machine tallies are even downloaded at the end of the day?
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Most likely like they listed above people calling in and exit polls
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The source is a call-in listener on Hannity's radio show???


Ive seen some shitty sources for news before....... but this?

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It was Bill Cunningham. Hardly a call-in listener.
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

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This is huge news, OP!!!!!!!
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

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It came from a voting inspector (Brian Cunningham?) in Hamilton County. He called in live on Hannity.
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Ok, then that would be a second report. Not where I heard it from but ok. Of course, the second report could have been from him. Who is Bill Hamilton anyway?
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It was Bill Cunningham.

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"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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Yep! I'm in Hamilton County and it is a HUGE turn-out. I had a 90 year old couple on walkers in front of me in line. You guessed it.............REPUBLICAN!
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So ...

Glad to know that "Secret Voting" isn't so SECRET anymore, at least in Hamilton County Ohio
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Did he mention how they were seeing the votes total up BEFORE the voting machine tallies are even downloaded at the end of the day?
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He wasn't reporting vote tallies. He was reporting "unprecedented" republican voter turnout. So don't call the police just yet.
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Micheal Barone FOX NEWS: Says very low voter turnout in the University communities in Ohio which were very strong for Obama last time. He is seeing Anecdotal evidence of what is happening in Hamilton County, Ohio. HEY IT IS STILL VERY EARLY!
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So ...

Glad to know that "Secret Voting" isn't so SECRET anymore, at least in Hamilton County Ohio
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Did he mention how they were seeing the votes total up BEFORE the voting machine tallies are even downloaded at the end of the day?
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He wasn't reporting vote tallies. He was reporting "unprecedented" republican voter turnout. So don't call the police just yet.
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Thanks and yes, that is correct.
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Per Micheal Barone, Low voter turnout in Virginia all across the board.
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Hamilton is a dying town, no jobs to speak of and wasn't it once CRACK CITY USA..........
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EXIT POLLS expected in 20 mins. PER Micheal Barone Fox NEWS
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Hamilton County/Cincy is full of German Republicans. That's where John Boehner is from dawg
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Hamilton is a dying town, no jobs to speak of and wasn't it once CRACK CITY USA..........
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Many people have left Hamilton County, Yes same in the Cleveland area.
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If this is so, Mitt could be on his way....this is around Cincinnati which is usually highly democratic. The rest of the state seems to be leaning Repub. Keep in mind this is still very early. High Republican turnout all across Ohio.
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Are you kidding me?

Fellow UC student here...practically 90% of the school voted for Obama.
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If this is so, Mitt could be on his way....this is around Cincinnati which is usually highly democratic. The rest of the state seems to be leaning Repub. Keep in mind this is still very early. High Republican turnout all across Ohio.
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Are you kidding me?

Fellow UC student here...practically 90% of the school voted for Obama.
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The rest of Hamilton county is going Romney.

Cincy never will
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

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If this is so, Mitt could be on his way....this is around Cincinnati which is usually highly democratic. The rest of the state seems to be leaning Repub. Keep in mind this is still very early. High Republican turnout all across Ohio.
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Are you kidding me?

Fellow UC student here...practically 90% of the school voted for Obama.
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Just reporting what I have just heard, that is all I can say. By the way I think he meant(Micheal Barone) in the northern counties of Ohio, as far as low turnout for the University communities.
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So what is this a warning? Or what?
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Romney is up according to polls in Hamilton county by 22% Ohio. From FOX NEWS
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Romney is up according to polls in Hamilton county by 22% Ohio. From FOX NEWS
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that is huge
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

Wake up, oh sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you
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Thanks OP keep updating us.
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Hamilton County, Ohio Population: 802,374 Largest city: Cincinnati

"Cincinnati is one of the most Republican metro areas outside of the South, but the central city county of Hamilton is a swing county. Hamilton County is worth watching, in part, because African-American turnout will be crucial. Sustaining high African-American turnout can make or break Obama’s reelection hopes." [link to www.campaignsandelections.com]
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FROM THE BLAZE: In Columbus, Ohio REPUBS are TURNING OUT BIGGER THAN NATIONAL AVERAGES...
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Romney is up according to polls in Hamilton county by 22% Ohio. From FOX NEWS
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Anyone know what the number was in 2008?
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Hamilton County, Ohio Population: 802,374 Largest city: Cincinnati

"Cincinnati is one of the most Republican metro areas outside of the South, but the central city county of Hamilton is a swing county. Hamilton County is worth watching, in part, because African-American turnout will be crucial. Sustaining high African-American turnout can make or break Obama’s reelection hopes." [link to www.campaignsandelections.com]
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Yes, Cincinnati is, How ever what I am hearing is that, those numbers within Cincinnati are seeming to turn toward ROMNEY. Please don't kill the messenger again just reporting what I am hearing. Trying to keep up with all the info.

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