Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

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    Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

    Probably misinformed. Early voting and absentee ballots actually get counted last. There were turnout numbers released by party. I think this is what our woefully misinformed friend really means. Or, he/she's just trolling.

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

    The electronic votes cast today are counted as soon as they push "cast ballot". they are NOT made public until late to try and stop people (media) from calling the election one way or the other and possibly depressing the vote turnout (why go to the trouble if, it's over) This are the results perhaps that were leaked for a minute. Or it could have been a test or some other anomaly. js

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:
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    The electronic votes cast today are counted as soon as they push "cast ballot". they are NOT made public until late to try and stop people (media) from calling the election one way or the other and possibly depressing the vote turnout (why go to the trouble if, it's over) This are the results perhaps that were leaked for a minute. Or it could have been a test or some other anomaly. js

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    Recall Rahther and friends calling Florida for Gore, before they were done voting in Florida, let alone California.  Seems they "forgot" Florida is in 2 time zones.  Oooops!  Took them 6 hours to figure it out, which was 5 hours and 59 minutes longer than every John Q in the panhandle.

    "We don't just have egg on our face, we have an omelette" - Tom Brokaw, 2000.

    "When will we ever learn?" - Pete Seeger, 1955 

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    That was from exit polls right?

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

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    Sorry to have to burst the wingnut bubble yet again.

     

    A Cincinnati.com front-page link to a chart with dummy data, created as a design template for election results, was inadvertently posted early Tuesday morning.

    It purported to show early voting totals in Ohio counties. However, no votes have been counted yet – by law counting doesn't start until the polls close.

    Cincinnati.com regrets the error. 

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    LMCAO, How long did you search for that? No worries mate, it will all be over soon!!

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

    We don't know the results of early voting in OH yet, but we do know that nearly 100,000 more Dems than Republicans voted, so I'm going to go with Cincinnatti.com's explanation.

     

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

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    In response to tvoter's comment:

    LMCAO, How long did you search for that? No worries mate, it will all be over soon!!

    Wow, seriously...are you really that fvcking stoopid?

    Hey numbnuts, they have this interwebby thingy that works by magic.

    Where'd you get your blurb?

    Oh wait, it's self-evident, one of those nose-to-rectum echo chambers that force feed that crap to you lemmings. 

    BWAAAAAAAAAAA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 

    Oh man you idiots are freakin HILARIOUS!!!! 

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    You really are a funny little tool. Thanks for playing.

     

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

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    The electronic votes cast today are counted as soon as they push "cast ballot". they are NOT made public until late to try and stop people (media) from calling the election one way or the other and possibly depressing the vote turnout (why go to the trouble if, it's over) This are the results perhaps that were leaked for a minute. Or it could have been a test or some other anomaly. js

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    Recall Rahther and friends calling Florida for Gore, before they were done voting in Florida, let alone California.  Seems they "forgot" Florida is in 2 time zones.  Oooops!  Took them 6 hours to figure it out, which was 5 hours and 59 minutes longer than every John Q in the panhandle.

    "We don't just have egg on our face, we have an omelette" - Tom Brokaw, 2000.

    "When will we ever learn?" - Pete Seeger, 1955 

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    That was from exit polls right?

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    Being 8:00 PM EST, it would have to have been.  Brokaw said well didn't he?  Its just stupid, and has nothing to do with bias.  Calling Florida for either could have affected turnout out West for both.

     

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    I'm voting out West, and your right, in prior elections an early call in the East would have had a big impact on voter turnout, but not this time around.  I think many people regret not voting in 2000, after the bogus calls on Florida. With this election being so close,  and given what is at stake, it may very well come down to a few Western States to decide this thing. Based on the lines I am seeing,  people are going to cast their ballots regardless of what happens out East.

     

     

     

     
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    Re: Ohio inadvertantly post Romney with 92,000 vote lead in early voters; pulls it minutes later.

    The networks should be very careful about "calling" races but, some sadly will try the "depress the vote" move by calling states Blue before they know and leaving states undecided that are in fact red.

     

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