MASSIVE TURNOUT In Red States Louisiana and Missouri

WOW!
KMOX radio announced a short while ago that Missouri may have 80% turnout today!
KOAM TV is reporting large turnouts.
That is incredible!
From what I am hearing – the Republican areas outside St. Louis City are seeing massive turnout.
The word on the street is that Claire McCaskill is worried.

Governor Bobby Jindal
was just on FOX News talking about the massive turnout in his state too.
Both states are predicted to be solid Romney states.

Missouri was the only battleground state in 2008 that went to McCain.
Romney is expected to win by at least 10 points this year.

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  • Miss Peach

    Saw lots and lots of people in downtown Minneapolis today with their ” I VOTED ” stickers on and I was very encouraged to see many of them wearing red. Wouldn’t that be awesome if Minnesota turned red this year ?

  • http://teachx3sblog.wordpress.com/ TeachX3

    Jim, I am rural Franklin County. For many elections, our ‘sleepy’ little polling site was easy to get in and out of. Today, it was awesome… tons of people and the workers said that it had been non stop since before they opened the doors at 6am!

  • jj

    I just shed some happy tears. Something tells me this will be an early night. I’m getting a bottle of champaigne on the way home.

  • Aarradin

    The RNC is doing much better under Priebus, but throwing Akin under the bus within a day of his stupid comments was VERY short sighted.

    Just think how the D’s would have handled a similar situation on their side. Compare to their handling of the Anthony Wiener scandal. I defy you to find a single D that threw him under the bus until near the very end. They either stfu and kept silent, or circled the wagons to protect their guy.

    The R’s aren’t called the “stupid” party for nothing. The priority is repealing Obamacare and Dodd/Frank and all the unconstitutional power grabs over the past 4 years. One or two bad news cycles is nothing by comparison.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    i hope this is the biggest blowout in electoral history. the american people need to sent a message to the democratic party, get the marxists out of control of the DNC.

  • http://www.truthandcharity.net Micah Mirphy

    Yep, voted for Romney this morning in Shreveport. Long lines before 6:30am in a state that loves to sleep in!

  • http://www.AmericanAutomobiles.com Steve in La.

    I have been voting for 25 years & I waited 30 minutes to cast my ballot. The most I have ever waited was 5 minutes. My voting precinct in Moss Bluff La. was PACKED at 11 am.

  • http://teachx3sblog.wordpress.com/ TeachX3

    #4 November 6, 2012 at 4:14 pm
    Aarradin commented:

    The RNC is doing much better under Priebus, but throwing Akin under the bus within a day of his stupid comments was VERY short sighted.

    Agreed. However, I have a hunch that it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. There were NO Akin signs or people talking about him and then the republicans turned on him and BOOM people rose up, started talking and showing support for him, out in my area that is.

  • Ben

    I seriously doubt Claire is “worried”. People with brains voted for the Libertarian candidate instead of this crazy person Todd Akin.

  • jpmn

    Any St Louis Polling stations open late this morning? I ask because it seems to happen every Presidential election, then a Judge orders that the Polling place in question remain open late to compensate for the missed am hours.

  • Judy

    Never saw so many people voting. All day an hour wait in the cold in VA Beach.

  • ohio

    “400pm CST — MSNBC is reporting that Barack Obama is spending time with Reggie Love right now at the East Bank Club, “playing basketball”. I swear that’s not a joke. They’re really talking about him and Reggie spending time together on Election Night as a tradition. Isn’t that something you have with your wife (or boyfriend)…an intimate tradition like this? WEIRD. You’d almost think Obama was gay or something (wink).”
    Read more http://hillbuzz.org/

  • FurryGuy

    I’d be tickled pink if deep blue WA went purple. 😉

  • Big Red

    “You’d almost think Obama was gay or something…”

    What-no massage from John Travolta?

  • Ben

    I voted today in south city and stood in a big line for a long time, I haven’t been voting for a long time, but the last time I stood in a line like this it was when I voted for Bush in 2004.

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  • myohmy

    Uh..oh..after Akin wins, for those who turn their back on Akin should they eat crow?

  • Linda

    BLESSED BE GOD!!!

  • Annmarie

    Do Not count out Pa. In a very blue area of NE Pa and turnout is huge for Romney. The senior citizen Dems are coming out to vote for Mitt. Not to mention we’re pretty pissed that Ohio is getting all the attention to “save the country”!! Plus the Black Panthers in Philly is really motivating us to negate their cheating and put an end to this sh*t….

  • Martin M

    My aunt and uncle in Springfield voted for Akin.

  • Buzzy

    Here in my little rural area of Virginia, Orange County, the voter turnout is at least double what the lady who checked my voter ID has ever seen. The lady next to her agreed. It is a very Republican area, but no one is taking any chances. This is gonna be a blowout baby.

  • Jane

    Drudge has this. Should we be worried? R: NC, FL
    O: OH, NH, PA, MI, NV
    TOSS UP: VA, CO, IA

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  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    Aarradin #4 November 6, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    not to mention that it was not only taken ‘out of context’, but as the
    Dems were headed for a sure fumble, the Reps jumped up and stole
    that ball mid air, then they not only ran with it, but spiked that baby
    in end zone before the coaches even thought to blow their whistles..

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  • Granny

    #22 November 6, 2012 at 4:45 pm
    Jane commented:

    Drudge has this. Should we be worried? R: NC, FL
    O: OH, NH, PA, MI, NV
    TOSS UP: VA, CO, IA
    _____

    Nope – haven’t seen a single truly valid poll yet. And not one state has stopped voting yet.

  • http://teachx3sblog.wordpress.com/ TeachX3

    #24 bg… Exactly!

  • Ben

    If Akin wins in MO, I will be very disappointed that people didn’t vote 3rd party. How could anyone with a brain vote for that fuc|<tard.

  • Limousine Barry

    I have asked Joe Biden to fly in more absentee ballots to Ohio. Davy Axelrod has the Black Panthers out in Pennsylvania. Why can’t Romney concede?

    The ballot boxes are stuffed to the point of double the number of actual voters. The election is rigged. Why does Romney still think he can win?

  • Granny

    #27 – Perhaps people would like to see a Senate that would actually get some business accomplished – and don’t want Claire McCaskill. A third party vote is a copout, a throw away.

  • bigkahuna

    Dont forget Republicans vote after they get off work…. Obama voters are not working

  • Ace
  • Granny

    Breitbart liveblog says that early exit poll data Drudge has up can be assumed to be wrong . . .

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    Ben #27 November 6, 2012 at 4:53 pm

    you have the nerve to question someone else having a brain??

    ROTF 😆 MBO!!

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  • ken

    The wife will be home from work shortly. Our family of three will be off to Chick-fil-A for election night dinner… then dancing in the street later tonight

  • Lenore

    Here in Canton CT the polling station was moving along, a steady flow. I travel about 15 mile from work, about a 30 min. ride through 6 small towns. I have seen one Obama bumper sticker in the last month. Zero Romney bumper stickers. I have seen three Obama yard signs and eighteen Romney signs in that 15 mile stretch. There is no enthusiasm for Obama and just a slight bit more for Romney. I am in the bluest of states. i consider this good news for Romney

  • Frank S

    Exit polls almost always overstate Democratic strength! According to the exit polls in 2004 Kerry was up big over Bush! “May I be the first to call you Mr. President.”

  • Buzzy

    Earlier today there were reports that exit polling was going to be released that O was leading. Low and behold, Drudge falls into the trap, or is complicit in the plan.

    According to a report on the Blaze election coverage, the exit polling results that are being released are totally irresponsible. In order to get an accurate exit poll much information must be matched and verified, and there is no way that can have happened already. In addition, who is doing the exit poll, and where are they taking those exit polls, at heavily Democratic polling locations? Don’t believe the exit polls. They are meant to discourage Republicans.

    Also just heard that the Labor Department, no lie, is busing people to the polls in Wisc. I believe.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    Election 2012

    via Election Day
    Tweets from a list by Newsmax

    POLITICO @politico
    Indiana and Kentucky polls have just closed! See the results come in on
    our election map: http://politi.co/SSEHhz & http://politi.co/UhEJl1

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  • Mark S.

    I’m just interested about how much turnout there is in the city areas.. the reason I ask is that my polling place is in a heavily democratic area (R.Gardens) and they had a solid (while not HUGE) line of people. But part of that may have been to machine breakdowns and a small staff for emergencies and handicap assistance.

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  • marinel

    If the talk in (Springfield) line @ 6 this morning holds true for the rest of the state it looks like Akin will win. Just went by poll and line is still as long as this morning

  • Mark S.

    Marinel, I hope you’re right, but I was surrounded by a lot of McCaskill / HARDCORE Liberals… (but then again, my area is a smaller polling area)

  • Buzzy

    I voted for Romney Ryan today, not because my lady parts demanded it, but because my brain did.

  • Granny

    #38 November 6, 2012 at 5:19 pm
    bg commented:

    ++

    Election 2012

    via Election Day
    Tweets from a list by Newsmax

    POLITICO @politico
    Indiana and Kentucky polls have just closed! See the results come in on
    our election map: http://politi.co/SSEHhz & http://politi.co/UhEJl1

    ==

    NO THEY HAVEN’T! Polls don’t close in those states until 7 pm and it is only 6:29 Eastern

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    via: #38 November 6, 2012 at 5:19 pm bg link..

    November 6, 2012

    Data the Romney Campaign is Looking At

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  • http://mainfo.blogspot.com/ [email protected]

    Oh man, I would love to give Obama AND McCaskill their pink slips on the same night!

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    Granny #45 November 6, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    that was just an exampe via a POLITICO TWEET..

    as you know, i don’t trust POLITICO, but that
    won’t stop me from checking put the info.. 😉

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  • Minky Wench

    The zipster is circling the drain.

  • Granny

    Does anyone have any idea what the steadily increasing numbers under the pictures of Obama and Mitt Romney on the front page of Foxnews mean?

  • The real Wow

    This is up at Ace of spades, get the word out if you can:

    I’m hearing there are long lines in Ohio and some Republicans are bailing from the lines.

    Do not bail. It’s close.

    Put the word out, if you can.

  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    can’t vouch for reliability, but her you go anyways..

    State Poll Opening and Closing Times (2012)

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  • http://mychal-massie.com/premium/ bg

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    re: #52 November 6, 2012 at 5:43 pm bg

    samo samo:

    November 6, 2012 election results

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  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    gateway pundit seems to the only place that is really optimistic about romney’s chance. all the news stations seem to think its very close or going obama’s way. i hope gateway pundit is right.