It looks like there’s a strong Republican turnout in Pennsylvania and Florida.

Governor Tom Ridge reports high Republican intensity in Pennsylvania.

“I don’t think the folks in those counties, Bucks, Montgomery, et cetera, particularly care for the divisive nature of this presidency, the class warfare. A lot of them have sons and daughters that graduated from college who can’t find a job. So you pull these things together and there is an intensity and an excitement as evidenced by the 30,000 people in 45 degree weather on Sunday night we haven’t seen in Pennsylvania in a long, long time.” – Tom Ridge

Alberto Martinez @albertemartinez reports high Republican turnout in Florida.

 

 

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  1. It the waiting and the waiting.

    CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS TO BE OVER!!

  2. When you think of all the negativeness of Obama and then the foolishness of Biden.

    Americans would be fools to vote them in for a second term.

  3. Even liberals can’t vote for a CIC that leaves 4 men to die.

  4. Wall Street Journal Live 2012 Election Coverage

    http://live.wsj.com/#!2BE9E75C-9146-458A-B1DD-074FC3F2E591

  5. ++

    November 5, 2012


    Swing-state papers flip to Romney ahead of Election Day

    newspapers that flipped from Obama to Romney:

    Billings Gazette

    Cape Cod Times

    Casper Star-Tribune

    The Columbian

    The Daily Herald

    Los Angeles Daily News

    Daily Tribune

    The Dallas Morning News

    Des Moines Register

    Florida Times-Union

    Florida Today

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram

    Houston Chronicle

    The Journal & Courier

    The Joplin Globe

    Naples Daily News

    New York Daily News

    New York Observer

    Newsday

    Orlando Sentinel

    Pasadena Star-News

    Pensacola News Journal

    Press-Telegram — Long Beach, Calif.

    Quad-City Times

    Reno Gazette-Journal

    Shreveport Times

    South Florida Sun Sentinel

    The Telegraph — Nashua, N.H.

    The Tennessean

    Wisconsin State Journal

    ==

  6. So far so good with the early turn out reports, considering Republicans always turn out heavy on election day. Romney has a campaign event in Pittsburgh at Atlantic Aviation Services, Pittsburgh International Airport at 3:20pm Easter Time.

    I’ve been saying for the past month, since Western Pennsylvania is a big energy producer with coal and shale oil, and there’s a big turn out in that part of the state, it just might tip Pennsylvania to Romney.

  7. Beautiful!!

    bg!!

  8. #7 November 6, 2012 at 1:49 pm
    Mad Hatter commented:

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    great comment.

  9. Another story that falls under the “so far, so good” category.

    Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has released early voting numbers from the state – and they look excellent for Mitt Romney.

    According to those numbers, Republican turnout was 688,303; Democratic turnout was 653,450. Some 547,437 unaffiliated voters also voted early. That puts the Republican advantage in early voting at R+3. Back in 2008, Colorado early voting put Democrats up by 1.8%. That’s a huge swing for Mitt Romney.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2012/11/06/Romney-wins-early-voting-Colorado

  10. My 18 year old step-son and his cousin voted for the 1st time today (Pasco County, FL). They were nervous. They both casts votes for R/R.

    My step-son’s father is a deadbeat who lives off the government and swears by Barry.

    My step-son and his dad had a political tussle a year ago. They have not, nor will they, talk again.

    Oh they are hispanic as well. I know, i’m a racist.

  11. EVERYONE SHOULD BE MAKING CALLS FROM HOME FOR ROMNEY IF THERE IS NOT A CALL CENTER NEAR YOU. THE CAMPAIGN PAYS FOR THE CALLS. HELP GET OUT THE VOTE AND MAKE CALLS RIGHT UP TO THE FINISH LINE!!!!!!!!!!

  12. I live in western PA in a solid Republican district. Had to park 3 blocks away from my polling place. I have NEVER seen lines this long before.

  13. ++

    warlord6 #14 November 6, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    huh, nothing you stated is racist, and good on them!! :-)

    ==

  14. Forget what you see and hear on the news today, ignore what your friends tell you as to how this election is going, get out and vote! Vote as if your very life depended on it, because ultimately it does.

  15. I conversed with a poll watcher in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. He confirmed that voter turnout is higher in Pennsylvania, and that was as of 1:00pm.



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