Obama 54-45% among those who have already voted

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    Rasmussen Reports: The most comprehensive public opinion coverage ever provided for a presidential election.

    This is most likely why we're seeing a tightening in the polls. They can't count people who have already voted as people that will vote. Obama's supporters have been very enthusiastic so they've already voted.

    What states haven't voted?

    Blue states:

    Washington
    Oregon
    Minnesota
    Michigan
    Pennsylvania
    New Jersey
    New York
    Deleware
    Connecticut
    Rhode Island
    Massachussetts
    New Hampshire

    Red states:
    Missouri (Obama RCA 0.6)
    Kentucky (McCain RCA 12.4)
    Vriginia (Obama RCA 7.4)
    South Carolina (McCain RCA 15)
    Mississippi (McCain RCA 10.4)
    Alabama (McCain RCA 23.7)
     
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    Obviosuly, repubpicans are at work during the early voting hours
     
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    And I'm sure ACORN and others will ensure some within that 54% will indeed be voting for Obama again
     
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    I know that when I vote I am going to list my resident address as the 3rf green park bench on the left past the 2nd water fountain
     
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    You're saying that the homeless people, the poor should have no right to vote?
     
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    no, but I'm saying being able to list a park bench as a resident address, is probably the stupidest shit I have ever heard.

    Besides we all know whats going to happen with the homeless vote.

    Acorn worker shows up
    Hey buddy, I'll get you a double cheeseburger and a smoke if you come vote for Obama
     
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    You forgot 1 important part...

    The ACORN worker will offer that to the person to vote that way registered at park bench #4, the the grate outside the grocery store in the next district, and the dumpster in the alley in the next district... and be more than happy to bus them around to do so
     
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    :lol: If votes could be sold for a cheeseburger and a smoke do you think the Democrats would've lost the last two elections?

    It's pretty funny how terrified you Repubs are this year of voter fraud that hasn't even happened yet but you say nothing of the documented evidence of voter suppression by the GOP not only in this election but in the last two elections as well.

    I think what has got you all up in arms this time is how organized the Democrats are this election. They aren't sitting back and just waiting to see what happens. They are actually taking action and making sure that voter suppression is stopped before it effects the election.

    You all know that high voter turn out means the Republicans lose and they lose BIG!
     
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    Actually, most early voting is done in urban areas in order to reduce the expected crowds at the regular polls, and Liberals are much more inclined to live in and near these areas. So polling of early voters favors Democrats.

    If it is reported fairly, the opposite should hold true during during the regular polling. :D
     
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    The Republicans are going to lose because people don't like them.

    Everyone in my family is voting for Obama except my 88 year old father.
     

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