Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

I’m about ready to fall over.

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

It’s all over. Bush is up by a fair amount in Florida… more than he was in 2000. No other states have changed. If this holds, and Bush pulls Ohio, we can all go to bed. The breakouts by county suggest that at least os of this time (23:34) Cuyahoga county is dragging behind, with […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

The state by state breakout as of 22:30, has not changed at all from 2000. What looks more promising than 2000 is Florida. In their country by county breakout, the counts for Bush are up, in each and every case. I’m beginning to doubt that Florida will be nearly as close as it was the […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Look, I hate to disappoint my readers, but I do NOT plan to beomce a rumor repeater, here. THere’s going to be a whole lotta poop flying around the nets tonight, about who’s winning where, most of it garbage, and I will not bust a vein trying to repeat it here as if I’m on […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Captain Ed over at Captain’s Quarters links to an article in THE HILL which spells Kerry’s defeat. Mark Mellman, John Kerry’s biggest Pollster says; “First, we simply do not defeat an incumbent president in wartime. After wars surely, but never in their midst. Republicans have been spinning this fact for months, and they are correct. […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Guam PDM says the Republicans are doing well in exit polling in Guam. Update: The polls are now closed. PRESIDENTIAL RACE – George W. Bush 17,264 – John Kerry 9,540 – Ralph Nader 153 – Campagna Badnarik 53 Source: Guam Election Commission Interesting, given that Guam has been a solid indicator, having voted for the […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Matt Drudge: “Before voting even began in Philadelphia — poll watchers found nearly 2000 votes already planted on machines scattered throughout the city… One incident occurred at the SALVATION ARMY, 2601 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa: Ward 37, division 8… pollwatchers uncovered 4 machines with planted votes; one with over 200 and one with nearly […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Daschle vs Thune live blogged Daschle’s court appearence last night. Daschle’s trying to claim voter intimidation, yet, as in Florida, the Democrats seem unable to come up with anyone willing to testify to this. Apparently perjury is an unpopular poastime in the Dakotas. It’s an interesting read, and is a microcosm of this election.

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

Yeah, Billy, I know… But I speak form some personal experience, here. I’ve done some roadie work in my time, and I know the situation, though I’ve not been as exposed to it as you. My problem with your comments is, in those days the audiences… and usually the bands… were so blasted they didn’t […]

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

WaTi says: “ORLANDO, Fla. – European election monitors touring central Florida were dismayed yesterday at their local hosts’ emphasis on Democratic events, saying their schedule of pro-Kerry and left-leaning themes has left little time for similar Republican visits. “ Now why am I not hearing about this anywhere else? You know why.

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Eric Florack on November 2nd, 2004

I had the chance, last night, to re-review the transcripts of that Usama BinLaden tape that was released the other day. I came away with the original perception reinforced; that BinLaden stuck to all the Democrats talking points. The ony thing that was missing was the blurb at the end saying “I’m John Kerry, and […]

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