VeritasDeTejan Wrote:
Dec 20, 2012 5:20 PM
More election for you Jon. Those were the other largish urban counties. There were two others for O, but I'm not doing your work for you. I also inflated O's %s earlier not including third parties. The oil patch, as expected: Midland 80.03% R 18.58% O Ector 73.85% R 24.97% O Farm/Ranch counties were worse, <50K votes averaged 72.6% R 26.18% O, capped by: King Co. 95.86% (139) R 3.45% (5) O (which led to the CNN visit LOL) Rural Texans want to be left alone, which is a concept Washington liberals don't understand. Keep drinking the Kool-Aid; TX is red for another decade at least.