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High Voter Turnout in Northern Virginia

GeoInSD Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 1:59 PM
Sure, N. VA has a higher share than other parts but I find it hard to believe that they make up a significant percentage of those standing in line. I think it is good news. I can't imagine there being any enthusiasm for Obama. I could understand the enthusiasm in 2008. Even though I didn't vote for Obama in 2008, I could see how people could get sucked in the Hope/Change excitement. But now after nearly 4 years, people know that Obama's change is not the change non-Progressives had in mind. My opinion is that Romney will win in a relative landslide.

Voters at polling places accross Northern Virginia are experiencing long lines due to high voter turnout in the region. Speaking with election volunteers outside of a polling place in Alexandria, I was told lines have been been steady all day. Volunteers working for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney outside the location, said they believe the vote will be split between the two candidates in Virginia. Voters, including minorities, had no problems complying with Virginia's Voter I.D. law.


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