not a chance Romney wins tomorrow
not a chance Romney wins tomorrow
My faith doesn’t make me perfect, it makes me forgiven.
I have an ugly feeling about this.
I think Rom wins both the majority vote and EC by a very very small margin -- less than 1% and less than 5 seats.
I see court and recount activities for another 6 weeks thereafter.
In a time when the US needs to get its **** together, I see the exact opposite happening.
I'm rooting for a tie.
There's battle lines being drawn...Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
We better stop...Hey, what's that sound? Everybody look - what's going down?
Obama will win electoral college with well over 300
Obama wins popular vote 51-48
Senate Dems 53-47
GOP loses around 6 seats but still maintains majority
Obama wins the Electoral College 303-235. I also think he'll win the popular by a very small margin, possibly less than a percentage point.
Of the Battlegrond states, I think Obama wins NV, CO, WI, MI, OH, PA, IA, NH and VA. Romney wins NC and FL. Virginia going blue early in the evening will all but seal Romney's fate.
Local House Race: I'll take Kevin Boyd over incumbent Marlin Stutzman... People locally here can't stand Stutzman... He only took the seat due to Mark Souder resigning due to a sex scandal.
Local Senate Race: Joe Donnelly over Richard Mourdock... Mourdock killed his campaign with his rape pregnancy "God intended it to happen" comment. Until then, it was a close race.
Local Amendments: Only things on my ballot are to retain judges, all of which I will personally vote no for.
All of you predicting an Obama win over Romney are over-estimating the American public.... I mean they might live to fight another day but they could just as easily ask for more neo-con ****ups.
(I have Obama winning Pa, Ohio, Iowa, Nevada, Wisc, NH and Romney taking Va, NC, Fla, Colo. Romney alos picks up the 1 EV from Neb that Obama won in 2008)
The only states I can see a reversal is Virginia going to Obama and NH going to Romney
Romney wins popular vote by 1%
Dems pick up 1 seat in the Senate and 12 in the House
Last edited by clumping platelets; 11-06-2012 at 06:53 AM.
Either way...if this republic could survive Bush...it can survive anybody.
Either one of these candidates are light years ahead of him.
Electoral vote will be 303-235. Only Florida goes to Romney.
The popular vote will be very close - within 1%.
Local races - Congress is close. I will go with what I hope for and say Hochul beats Collins, but it won't be decided for weeks.
Originally Posted by mysticsoto
Just for the record, Our founder, Ted P, felt that whomever followed Bush would be a one-termer.
He was usually right at predicting elections.
Just came back from our "field trip" to the polling booth. My students helped me fill out my ballot. (I almost missed a race, heh heh) Given the choices available and the fact that Florida is a swing state, I voted Romney. This is a vote against Obama, as I don't expect Romney to take office or be our next president. As to what will happen tonight, there are several states where voting could be a mess, including Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, all swing states. So I think either Romney will win, or they won't be able to determine the outcome.
I did finally see a sign for Obama though. It looked lonely.
I though he wasn't going to be on the ballott Discofetalposition?
Romney wins the electoral by a slim margin. Obama wins the popular by a slim margin. Chaos ensues.
Hard to face an election without him, guys.