Saturday, October 6, 2012

Republcans close early voting Gap in Ohio...boosting Romney

In a remarkable reversal of fortune for President Obama in Ohio, the GOP has closed the huge gap in absentee ballot requests used by early voters that favored the Democrats and the president in 2008, setting up what one state analyst said could be a Mitt Romney blowout on Election Day. 
While in 2008, 33 percent of the 1,158,301 absentee ballots went to Democrats and just 19 percent to registered Republicans, a 14-point gap, this year 29 percent are being requested by Democrats and 24 percent by Republicans, a five-point gap. 
Even more dramatic, while the GOP has cut the Democratic advantage in early voting throughout the state, the changes favoring the Republicans in certain counties has been huge. In Franklin County, home to Columbus, for example, a 2008 Democratic advantage of 5 percent is now a 5 percent GOP advantage. In Cuyahoga County, home to Democratic Cleveland, the GOP has shaved six points off the Democrat's 2008 advantage. And in Hamilton County, home to Cincinnati, Republicans have expanded their 2008 advantage to 13 percent.
Read the full story HERE.

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Caos Sinclair said...

Finally no more fixed or fudging on votes ,, no more, we are electing an American Romney/Ryan 2012 I is about time,,, Jobs jobs jobs It is the economy stupid is what this is all about,, and we are getting the Sharif Obama anti american out of our Po Constitution so live with it and be proud,,Patriots!!!!

Caos Sinclair said...

Romney/Ryan 2012 for restoring our Constitution and jobs jobs and more jobs it is the economy stupid,,, yes , we need to go in a direction of moral right and God is our beacon not men,

Caos Sinclair said...

I am proud to say we need to be the best and be a Sovereign nation again i want the communistic President out

Anonymous said...

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