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Election Day 2012

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The thread to store all the news, updates, and results from the election. National, state, local, whatever.

http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/author/nate-silver/

Nate Silver predicting 92% chance Obama wins reelection

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This one will be close. It will come down to Florida like the 2000 election, perhaps without the cheating allegations.

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Voted for Romney twice so far.

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Had to show 6 forms of ID and my birth mark to vote here in Arizona

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You want the zombie Apocalypse vote romney but if you want to head in the right direction vote obama.

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Voted for Romney twice so far.

Me too

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