2012 Electoral "Click The States" Webpage.Great For Counting Current Electoral Votes!

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    I just found this web-page where you can keep track of the the "Red State vs Blue State" Electoral count. You will come across a grey United States map. Then click each state Red,Blue,or Grey.
    I have tried every possible scenario to give Obama 270 Electoral Voters. THEY JUST AREN'T THERE!
    Check It Out.
    2012 Electoral Map - Create Your Prediction!
     
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    I gave Obama Florida,Nevada,Colorado,Minnesota,Wisconsin,and New Jersey, and he still loses by 35 Votes. That's the best I can do. Let me know how your calculations come out.
     
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    also, for those of you living in Ohio,Penn,and Michigan. Can you tell us the real polls of your states? MSM says Obama is around 40% in all three states, would you all say it's off by 5-10 points?
     
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    The GOP needs to win everything between PA and Texas, except for Michigan and Il to win. That isn't a tall order. Fl, NC, VA ought to be a cinch.
    I'd say it's going to be a blow out.
     
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    if Rubio is VP, then you can put Cally and New York in Play!
     
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    I gave Obama all of the Dem strongholds and two toss up states. He comes up far short.
    Here's the list:
    WA, OR ( both states have large urban centers that vote democrat) CA...Dem
    NV...Harry Reid still campaigns for Obama and the state goes Blue by a paper thin margin.
    MN.....You can always count on wacky Minnesota to buck the trend.
    IL....The GOP nominee has no chance.....MS...Largest percentage black population of any state(35%) half of which are voting age and half of those will vote. Those will at a 98% clip vote for Obama. Just enough libs in college towns across the state to give Obama MS.
    MI.....Union vote goes to Obama. OH rust belt state in political transition. Obama wins it by a narrow margin. Perhaps one of the contested vote count states.
    NY....Downstate and NYC voters cannot fathom voting GOP. NY Metro area accounts for 2/3rds of the population. Obama gets the 29.
    VT....This state is a Bolshevik as it gets. Blue.
    MD. Black population centers around Washington DC vote democrat nearly in lockstep. That also goes for middle and upper middle class blacks who cannot admit to their neighbors they would not vote democrat.
    MA..C'mon...Yes they voted for a GOP Senator to replace Ted Kennedy. MA voters going GOP happens about as often as the passing of Haley's Comet. Forget it. The GOP should not even bother campaigning in MA.
    RI....Marches to the beat of a different drummer. I suspect this tiniest of real estate plots that calls itself a state will go for Obama.
    Forget the political pundits in the media. I've got your results right here.
    I give the GOP candidate all of the traditional conservative voting states.
    Now, NJ goes GOP because Christie has just enough popularity to help steer the vote to Red.
    PA is able to offset the democrat voting Philadelphia area and give the state to the GOP.
    Virginia, won by Obama in 2008 turns it's back on the President and goes back to a Red state winner.
    And in a surprise. all of the well to do Nutmeg State voters have had enough of threatening tax increases. CT goes GOP.
    ME and NH remain Red....As does FL, GA, TN, AL and other Southeastern states.. NC reverts back to a traditional GOP president voting state. This after republicans have taken the NC House and Senate for the first time in over 100 years.
    Indiana is a rust belt state that will vote for the GOP candidate.
     
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    Who's going to be the Repub nominee?
     
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    and also, if Cally and New York become too close to call 5/6 months prior to elections,you can bet "The Powers That Be" will begin the process of Voter Fraud Techniques. Create 5 Million Democrats! Yah,,,THATS THE TICKET !
     
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    I am originally from Massachusetts, It boggles me to death wondering how they could of elected Obama. Massachusetts is known for being a well educated state,so if they are all so smart, why did they vote for a candidate who is the mirror image of Fedele Castro?
     
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