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Your information is wrong, Obama won Sixteen counties in Ohio. Sixteen, not just one. http://www.uselectionatlas.org/RESULTS/
easily refuted.... http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-did-not-win-because-of-widespread-voter-fraud
easily refuted.... http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-did-not-win-because-of-widespread-voter-fraud
No county in Florida had over 100% turnout. But Baker county was among the highest at 82%. It went for Romney 79-21. Damn those ballot stuffing Democrats. Oh wait a minute, it went for Romney 79-21. Never mind. http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-did-not-win-because-of-widespread-voter-fraud
Only 123,301 votes were cast in St Lucie county not the 247,713 that is erroneously reported.... http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-did-not-win-because-of-widespread-voter-fraud
And George McGovern in 1972 consistently drew huge crowds compared to Richard Nixon. McGovern then lost 49 states to that same Richard Nixon. So what was your point again?
How about every singel statewide poll that was released in Ohio and Wisconisn and Iowa that showed Obama leading...including Rasmussen. How about national polls from Google, IPSOS, Public Policy Polling, TBP/IPP, National Journal and Wall Street Journal/NBC. But you were probably too busy looking at the outliers from Gallup and Rasmussen who thought the electorate would revert back to 2004 and be almost 80% white.
How about every singel statewide poll that was released in Ohio and Wisconisn and Iowa that showed Obama leading...including Rasmussen. How about national polls from Google, IPSOS, Public Policy Polling, TBP/IPP, National Journal and Wall Street Journal/NBC. But you were probably too busy looking at the outliers from Gallup and Rasmussen who thought the electorate would revert back to 2004 and be almost 80% white.
The votes weren't all counted when that number was reported. Romney has now barely exceeded McCain's 2008 total. Obama is still lagging behind his 2008 total, but still has enough votes to win.
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