Florida voters

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    Are you sure about Hawaii?

    realclearpolitics.com has Kerry ahead by a large margin there.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/Presidential_04/hi_polls.html

    The last poll posted however was from September. They usually keep it current, I guess the polls they use haven't come out with any new information there.
     
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    First NJ, then HI?

    Bonus! If Bush got either of the two I would say he would win in a landslide. If those Democrat strongholds fall so would many others. You can't win if all you get is NY and CA.
     
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    Honestly i think we atleast have a shot at NY. I think we have a good shot. I think California would be more of a stretch but i think it might be over early if we get new york, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida. the libs in california might be too shocked to actually go out and vote.
     

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