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Tiddleywomp Cockletit:
Obama leads 2-1 in early voting in Ohio.
That's right, 60% to 30%.

Which led me to a fantasy of Mitt getting his ass beat so bad, he CRIES. And teabillies flipping out all over the country.  :lulz:

I was thinking of voting early myslef, since we have those Romney machines here, but in Texas you can only do that if:
■You will be away from your county on Election Day and during early voting;
■You are sick or disabled;
■You are 65 years of age or older on Election Day; or
■You are confined in jail, but eligible to vote.

Because Texas sucks festered javalina dick.

Oh, well. Hopefully I'll see a UN observer at my polling place, since my area is predominantly Mexican.

Q. G. Pennyworth:
Don't early voters generally skew very liberal anyway, though?


--- Quote from: Queen Gogira Pennyworth, BSW on October 27, 2012, 08:16:11 pm ---Don't early voters generally skew very liberal anyway, though?

--- End quote ---

Only because those votes are more likely to he counted.

Tiddleywomp Cockletit:
That's why I wanted to vote early.

It does look a little skewed to the dems...except for the dick state, of course.
Early voting in swing states
 •Virginia: Statewide, early voting is up 9.4% compared to 2008 - but turnout in counties that went to Obama is down. (Virginia does not have early voting stations, and requires an excuse to cast an absentee ballot.)
 •Nevada: Obama has 61% of the early vote, Romney leads 51% among those who have yet to vote
 •Ohio: Obama leads 2-1 among early voters, with 14% of voters (based on 2008 totals) casting an early ballot
 •Florida: 40% of early voters so far have been Democrats, 45% have been Republican, 15% independent or from other parties. In 2008, early voters were 40% Democratic, 41% Republican and 19% independent or from other parties.

Mesozoic Mister Nigel:
Thanks for the reminder, I'll vote today.


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