Live Electoral Vote Tallies Here!

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    2000 = 2004
     
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    CNN has NOT updated (they are too busy talking like idiots) but CBS says:

    Bush: 219
    Kerry: 199


    I am researching who won what right now.
     
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    It seems Kerry is really coming back with California. However, I'm not surprised Schwartzenegger didn't make an impression :lol: Ohio will be pivotal for either candidate to really take a sizable lead against the other states.

    And just for the record: I hold no animosity to those that prefer Bush, and I don't necessarily love Kerry either, but the fact that Bush discriminated my race really discredited him big-time in my book.
     
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    WOOO.

    NADER IS ON CNN. WOOO.

    (w00t)

    NADER NADER NADER NADER


    What?
     
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    Good thread Derek.

    Come on KERRY!
     
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    Bush is going to win. 92% of Florida is in and Bush has 5% on Kerry. Ohio is only 54% in, but Bush is leading there as well by 4%. Bush is even leading New Mexico and he's not even supposed to win there.

    Here's to another four ;) .
     
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    ..wars
     
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    Can I kill this troll?
     
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    If you mean the spaz talking to the panel on CNN, then yes, please do.
     
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    Okay I dont get it. CBS updated their tallies a while back yet CNN still hasnt changed them. Odd.

    More tallies coming soon..
     
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    Okay I dont get it. CBS updated their tallies a while back yet CNN still hasnt changed them. Odd.

    More tallies coming soon.. [/b][/quote]
    I think CNN is being very careful not to predict something wrong. They're making absolutly sure that what they predict is correct.
     
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    That's because God (Nader) was talking to them.
     
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    ..wars [/b][/quote]
    Please keep your comments like that to yourself. You're allowed to cheer your candidate on, but I want this to be a NICE thread. I want it to be unbiased and non-antagonizing towards either party, as this is the only time when people with conflicting views can get together without wanting to shoot their opponents head off.

    So please, lets keep this thread nice. That applies to moderators/admins and everything, have some respect for the other party and lets not make nasty remarks.
     
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    Okay I dont get it. CBS updated their tallies a while back yet CNN still hasnt changed them. Odd.

    More tallies coming soon.. [/b][/quote]
    Why would CNN report anything Pro-Bush? If Bush wins they won't even cover the rest of the election, they'd just say something went wrong in the voting process and lawsuits are being filed to fix the problem.

    JK, kinda. I bet theres a good reason they aren't posting results.
     
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    update on my math, while looking at the map, Bush has 210 and Kerry 199 [yahoo.com]. Add up all the states that are light blue, the ones that are mostlikely going to Kerry, and put those in the score, it comes to 50, then add up the gray states for kerry, those states have yet to say whether they lean toward Bush or Kerry, but lets assume they all go for kerry, that would ALk and HW adding up to be 7, now add 50+7+199=256 now lets do bushes score...

    Bush has 210, and lets add the pink states, the ones that are leaning towards Bush, it hapeneds to be 71 in all, now add that to the score and you come up with 71+210=281, and thats saying Bush wins none of the gray states, so it looks like a Bush win
     
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    Why would CNN report anything Pro-Bush? If Bush wins they won't even cover the rest of the election, they'd just say something went wrong in the voting process and lawsuits are being filed to fix the problem.

    JK, kinda. I bet theres a good reason they aren't posting results. [/b][/quote]
    They're supposed to be unbiased and they have Bush in the lead. I'm sick of watching them not change...*flips channel*

    Apparentely, Bush has taken Florida though. It brings his totals to:

    Bush: 246
    Kerry: 199


    This information is from CBS News.
     
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    aaaand Bush wins. :p
     
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    Affermative.

    FL and OH clinched it. There's about to be riots here on campus; like most colleges everyone here is as liberal as they come.
     
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    Yup.

    Now that it's pretty clear (okay, it was always kinda clear from various newspaper polls) who's winning I'm gonna get to bed. Night all.
     

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