Official Presidential and Congressional Election Night Thread

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Obama is the projected winner in the battleground state of Ohio.

That's an excellent start for Obama given the fact that no Presidential candidate has ever gone on to the White House without winning the state of Ohio.
 

BradB08

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Notice something about the large cities and rurals voting map repeating in general... (pres electorial votes only)

large cities = Blue

rurals = RED

It's always been that way for years - nothing new!

Not in Vermont, which is 98% rural.
 

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Notice something about the large cities and rurals voting map repeating in general... (pres electorial votes only)

large cities = Blue

rurals = RED

It's always been that way for years - nothing new!

And not in Wisconsin either. Most of Wisconsin is rural except for the southern part of the state.
 

Jolie77

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An old fart named Mitch McConnell keeps a seat in Senate for Republicans.

Yep, Ugh, I am already tired of seeing Mitch McConnell keeping a seat in the Senate. I was hoping Bruce Lunsford would get the seat.
 

BradB08

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Obama's still winning FL according to MSNBC.

The good thing is that most of the far Western states have yet to finish voting.
 

BradB08

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Vermont doesn't have a large city.

(more than 700k for a large city which I actually meant for)

Burlington is pretty big and if you include the Greater Burlington area (Essex, Essex Junction, Milton, Williston, South Burlington and Winooski), it's still quite a big area.
 
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