Meanwhile, back in the POTUS race; Governor Romney Looks Strong in MO; weak elsewhere

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    Mason Dixon poll has him up by nine on a July 25 poll.

    A poll from the same day (Rasmussen) has him down by 3 in WI (that deficit will grow),

    Various polls from the 23rd have the President up by 6 in MI, 5 in PA.

    A poll from the 19th has Obama besting the governor by 5 in Florida.

    Time is running out Governor....
     
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    I lie to polsters.
     
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    That's OK; they lie, too.
     
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    Looks like the GOP has a heap of vote suppression devices to get in place.
     
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    That's 46 electoral votes outside of Florida.

    I forgot to add in Obama is up by 5 in Nevada according to a 7/24 poll from Rasmussen.

    Electoral-vote.com
     
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    Well, the way I feel about it is that if either side is counting on voters who can't muster enough chutzpah to get proper documentation...they don't deserve to win.

    I did hear one commentator posit that the PA push to have voter ID laws in place may backfire since expired drivers licenses will also be on the list. This would effect a lot of older people who tend to vote for GOP favorites.
     
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    MO votes bad. Rep. Billy Long is the prime example. Look up his record, look up his schooling. My family has personal experience with him, I still can't beleive people voted him to represent them.

    edit: btw, some new conservatives trying to get into office are actually want MO to do as PA did, with the voting requirements.
     
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    "Looks like the GOP has a heap of vote suppression devices to get in place."

    They got 'W' selected in 2000. What would stop them this time?
     
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    It's one of those states that seems as though it would have more influence. Middle of the country, some urban, some agrarian, mixture of races, not exactly north...not exactly south.
     
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    C'mon with that...did they forget how in 06, 08?
     

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