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Election Day Open Thread

By Greg L | 5 November 2013 | Uncategorized | 29 Comments

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  1. anon said on 5 Nov 2013 at 5:22 am:
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    Well the T Mac campaign is working very hard. They are fighting over Fairfax county. We will see if Ken has a 1000 volunteers ready to battle over his old district and the rest of Fairfax county.

    T Mac thinks he has Arlington and Alexandria ready to go. The Dems were campaigning at local Arlington Metro stops the day before the election looking for Democrats.

    The dems seem to be recruiting volunteers and money very well. The GOP is doing poorly with both. More on that later. The only thing to save the GOP state efforts is the implosion of Obama care website. We will see if conservatives come out to vote.

    T Mac’s GOTV looks much more professional than the GOP.

    The conservatives have one more trick to help GOTV but who knows if it will work. Time will tell.

  2. G Man said on 5 Nov 2013 at 11:08 am:
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    A decent turnout @ Bennett. A steady stream but no waiting. Over 400 voters by 8:30 AM. No problems reported with equipment.

  3. Anon said on 5 Nov 2013 at 1:08 pm:
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    Rockledge has 700 votes around 1:00

  4. Greg L said on 5 Nov 2013 at 2:35 pm:
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    I was voter 475 at Sudley at 2:15. That’s a pretty heavy turnout, and there was a steady stream of people there. For this precinct I’d say the turnout is about 15-25% above projections. That favors the other side, so make sure you get your friends to the polls!

  5. Anon said on 5 Nov 2013 at 2:56 pm:
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    Not sure it favors other side. But 1000 at rockledge

  6. Riley said on 5 Nov 2013 at 4:10 pm:
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    From Inside NOVA we get a view at the county’s early turnout:

    As of 10 a.m., voter turnout was 8.77 percent at polling places in Prince William County, according to the county Office of Elections.

    Top five precincts in voter turnout (so far) are listed below. Next report due at 3 p.m.

    1. Kilby: 19.45 percent
    2. Marshall: 16.16 percent
    3. McCoart: 15.69 percent
    4. Signal Hill: 15.10 percent
    5. Washington/Reid: 14.4 percent

    Here is how those precincts voted in 2009 –

    Kilby: 19.45 percent (53% Deeds – 275 votes)
    Marshall: 16.16 percent (67% McDonnell – 616 votes)
    McCoart: 15.69 percent (*N/A 2009 / 2012 53% Romney – 918 votes)
    Signal Hill: 15.10 percent (69% McDonnell – 827 votes)
    Washington/Reid: 14.4 percent (58% McDonnell – 683 votes)

    As the Washington Post wrote just yesterday, Prince William County is THE swing county in Virginia. It appears that, at least early on, the very solid Republican precincts are performing the best. That has to be extremely troubling for Democrats.

  7. Greg L said on 5 Nov 2013 at 6:11 pm:
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    Fairfax County turnout at 36.2% as of 5PM - Democrats are not pushing turnout from their core base as high as they wanted to. Unless there’s a huge push going on right now I don’t know about yet, there may not be enough D votes there to overcome what is happening elsewhere.

    Perhaps some guarded optimism here, but at least it seems not nearly as bad as some of the doomsayers wanted us to believe, and perhaps fairly positive.

  8. Anon said on 5 Nov 2013 at 6:23 pm:
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    What is Arlington and Alexandria turnout? Arlington is T Macs core base.

  9. Anon said on 5 Nov 2013 at 6:24 pm:
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    The dems were headed toward Fairfax today.

  10. anon2 said on 5 Nov 2013 at 7:43 pm:
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    Ken T. Cuccinelli II (R) 59,795 55%
    Terry R. McAuliffe (D) 40,667 37%
    Robert C. Sarvis (L) 8,620 8%

    from : http://www.nbc12.com/link/463575/election-results

  11. JustSickNow said on 5 Nov 2013 at 10:19 pm:
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    Well, so much for keeping a Republican in power. Thanks to all of those lazy bums who said “my vote won’t matter”. Thanks to “La Raza” for getting their filthy goddamn hands into this race with their get out the vote efforts. I am really sick right now.

  12. J. Doe said on 5 Nov 2013 at 11:14 pm:
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    Thanks to the “republicans” that endorsed and voted for the democrat. . .

  13. jcp said on 6 Nov 2013 at 12:28 pm:
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    Can the Republicans win the Senate seats left by Northam(6) and Herring(33-Loudoun/Fairfax)? If the Republicans can win one of the seats, the Lieutenant Governor has no power. Northam can go from State Senator to Lieutenant Governor and have less political power.

  14. Reasonable and Rational said on 6 Nov 2013 at 1:05 pm:
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    “Hindsight’s a wonderful thing, If we all had it there would be no history to write about.”
    ― Kate Atkinson, Life After Life

  15. Anon said on 6 Nov 2013 at 3:36 pm:
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    Nice, I am not sure the Republicans are capable of winning. At least with the current crop of consultants for the most part with a few exceptions.

  16. JMACSr said on 6 Nov 2013 at 4:00 pm:
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    Republicans ARE capable of winning, but not until they quit the culture wars and expand their tent.
    Next time, leave the wingnuts at home and out of the nominating convention process…we did this to ourselves.

  17. D. Bowman said on 6 Nov 2013 at 6:18 pm:
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    Of course Republicans are capable of winning. Look at New Jersey, and the Virginia House of Delegates.

  18. J Doe said on 6 Nov 2013 at 7:12 pm:
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    Republicans could have won this race. But they failed to fund Cuccinelli, as they did McDonnell. Also, they failed to show up in strength at the polls. This was a very close race, and had the republicans wanted to win they could have easily.

  19. Reasonable and Rational said on 7 Nov 2013 at 9:59 am:
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    Any Democratic statewide victory in a purple state in an off-year election is a pretty remarkable accomplishment, given the turnout patterns that typically prevail in these events.

  20. Robert L. Duecaster said on 7 Nov 2013 at 3:18 pm:
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    The takers now outnumber the makers. It’s that simple, folks.

  21. Citizen-Veteran said on 7 Nov 2013 at 10:01 pm:
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    I talked with a few young ladies after they voted at my polling station. Yes, young women drank the Democrap Kool-Aid about the “war on women.” Apparently, providing the opportunity for college education, living in the Information Age, exploring reality with friends and colleagues . . . . does nothing for many of the young women in American society. Hummmmm, doesn’t say much for evolution, our society, our education system, or successful parenting. Fortunately, there are some bright young ladies who are mature enough to understand the difference between Democrap propaganda and the truth.

  22. Anonymous said on 8 Nov 2013 at 1:32 pm:
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    I said months ago Cuccinelli was unelectable and he was. It is so sad to think watch people flail around to try to find reasons except to say he was too conservative. Bolling would have won in a cakewalk.

  23. Anonymous 2 said on 9 Nov 2013 at 9:51 am:
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    What is the point of Bolling winning if he follows Democrat policies? The guy endorsed Terry M. for goodness sakes. I’d rather fight a Democrat with liberal policies than a “Republican” with liberal policies. Bill Billing showed himself to be a selfish, petty, child who was mad that he didn’t get anointed. I’m glad he is done and gone. Now we just need to survive the next 4 years.

  24. anon said on 10 Nov 2013 at 1:27 pm:
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    Brentsville Precinct
    Ken T. Cuccinelli II 850
    Richard L. Anderson 882

    Ken T. Cuccinelli II 608
    Richard L. Anderson 638

    Ken T. Cuccinelli II 817
    Richard L. Anderson 902

    Ken T. Cuccinelli II 1,258
    Richard L. Anderson 1,351

    Ken T. Cuccinelli II 620
    Richard L. Anderson 668

    Looks like Anderson is popular. Glad we have great delegate who are conservative.

  25. anon said on 10 Nov 2013 at 1:46 pm:
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    I wonder how voters who don’t speak English understand the issues, or even vote?
    I saw people vote who had a hard time stating what their address was or how to say their name in English. I don’t know how they voted when they can’t speak or read English ballots.

  26. Anonymous said on 10 Nov 2013 at 8:20 pm:
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    Illegals should not be voting, but without the votes of illegals would it not be somewhat more difficult for democrats to win elections?

  27. Cynic said on 10 Nov 2013 at 8:26 pm:
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    Anonymous said on 10 Nov 2013 at 8:20 pm:
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    Illegals should not be voting, but without the votes of illegals would it not be somewhat more difficult for democrats to win elections?

    “Anonymous” as a result of hitting the wrong key.

  28. Anonymous said on 11 Nov 2013 at 6:35 pm:
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    Keep on putting putting the extemists out there so I don’t have anyone to vote for.

  29. Robert Jesionowski said on 21 Nov 2013 at 5:08 pm:
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    we got killed

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