Shall we examine an EC map together?

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?

The Clintoon News Network just reported PA has closed to within 4 points and that's with their biased sampling. Sorry to ruin your day but the enthusiasm gap there has jumped too. Lock her up!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
It's a narrow path for Trump. No one denies that. But it is for any Republican. He needs to carry the battleground states and one of the following: PA, WI, or MI. IF he carries NH or a portion of Maine he won't have 270, but neither will Hillary. It then goes to the Republican Congress. That's basically it.
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
It is going to be interesting this next Tuesday!

If the vote is close in WI, PA, VA, OH and FL then expect Trump to call for recounts and contest the election...

The Senate is the one I am watching...
 
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The Clintoon News Network just reported PA has closed to within 4 points and that's with their biased sampling. Sorry to ruin your day but the enthusiasm gap there has jumped too. Lock her up!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ricky, Ricky........Actually CNN has her up to 5......The average is just about 6 points for Clinton.

RCP for Pennsylvania

CNN/ORC 10/27 - 11/1 799 LV 3.5 51 46 Clinton +5
Remington Research (R)* 10/30 - 10/30 1249 LV 2.8 45 43 Clinton +2
Franklin & Marshall* 10/26 - 10/30 652 LV 5.1 49 38 Clinton +11
Gravis* 10/25 - 10/30 3217 RV 1.7 47 44 Clinton +3
CBS News/YouGov* 10/26 - 10/28 1091 LV 3.7 48 40 Clinton +8
Emerson* 10/25 - 10/26 550 LV 4.1 48 43 Clinton +5
NY Times/Siena* 10/23 - 10/25 824 LV 3.4 46 39 Clinton +7

I'll keep a tabof what you stated Ricky.......for next Wednesday.
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
Electoral Math
 

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All Clinton has to do is win the states in the far left column which have gone blue in the last six elections, plus Florida, and it is game over.



 

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I'll wait til next Wednesday to check the map.

Be a lot clearer then
 
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I just wanted to keep a tab of screen names that refute the O/P's contention on those 20 (plus DC) states going for Clinton.......
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
It is going to be interesting this next Tuesday!

If the vote is close in WI, PA, VA, OH and FL then expect Trump to call for recounts and contest the election...

The Senate is the one I am watching...
Trump will want a recount in every state. It's the kind of crap he does.
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
You are correct. Only it is certain that Trump will lose either FL or OH, or NC or NV etc.. He will not gain victory on each and every single battleground state. So he's cooked because every one of those he loses (and he will lose at least one) is extra padding for Hillary's certain victory in all the states she has wrapped up firm and tight.

The Trump team should prepare the grotesque inflated ego for its puncture in 6 days.
 

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I'll wait til next Wednesday to check the map.

Be a lot clearer then
The OP is trying to convince himself all is well......it's not
No, the OP is gently letting YOU know that mathematics is a real science and application to the real world. Trump would have to not lose one single battleground state. And there's a lot of pussy in those states who don't like being grabbed by misogynistic gropers. So...it truly is over for Trump. Best to just be prepared.
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
Jake, remember Democrats vote on November 9th
 
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I'll wait til next Wednesday to check the map.

Be a lot clearer then
The OP is trying to convince himself all is well......it's not
No, the OP is gently letting YOU know that mathematics is a real science and application to the real world. Trump would have to not lose one single battleground state. And there's a lot of pussy in those states who don't like being grabbed by misogynistic gropers. So...it truly is over for Trump. Best to just be prepared.
Ah shaddup, Cankles is imploding and you ignorant mofos are in denial
 

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Ah shaddup, Cankles is imploding and you ignorant mofos are in denial
How about 1 + 1 = 2 in the known universe and the math is impossible for a Trump win in the electoral college. You can accept it now or lament over the reality of math in one week from now. Your choice.
 

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Ah shaddup, Cankles is imploding and you ignorant mofos are in denial
How about 1 + 1 = 2 in the known universe and the math is impossible for a Trump win in the electoral college. You can accept it now or lament over the reality of math in one week from now. Your choice.
Whatever...we'll see, in the meantime keep your head up your ass and ignore how corrupt Cankles is. Dumbfuck democrats are too stupid to live
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
Nope, none at all. I still think her idiot retard base, you included, are stupid enough to elect this criminal.
 

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The first thing that a right winger would have to do, is to "argue" if the following states would opt for Trump and not for Clinton. The "blue" states are:

WA, OR, CA, CO, NM.....MN, WI, MI, IL, .....NY, PA, VA....Vt, NH, MA, RI, CT, NJ, DE, MD, DC.....

If the above 20 (plus DC) DO go for Clinton.....then she has 272 EC votes.

Trump can carry even those battleground states like FL, OH, NC, NV, etc.....and he would STILL only total 264 EC votes......

Any arguments as to who will declare victory on the night of Nov. 8th?
If only if only...

The reality is she won't be having any of those states, but one of those states might have her... as the prisoner.
 

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