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Sat Oct 27, 2012, 10:52 PM

Obama and Dems ‘Absolutely Crushing’ Romney and GOP in Early Voting in Nevada

Obama and Dems ‘Absolutely Crushing’ Romney and GOP in Early Voting in Nevada

by Sarah Jones at Politicus USA

http://www.politicususa.com/obama-dems-absolutely-crushing-romney-gop-early-voting-nevada.html

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On MSNBC this morning, Nevada political reporter Jon Ralston said that President Obama and Democrats are “absolutely crushing” Mitt Romney and Republicans in early voting in the state. He’s right. Democrats lead Republicans on every metric: mail ballots returned, in-person early voting, and total ballots cast.

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Reply Obama and Dems ‘Absolutely Crushing’ Romney and GOP in Early Voting in Nevada (Original post)
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Sat Oct 27, 2012, 10:56 PM

1. Yesterday's news, but still appreciated. Here's the latest.

GOTV in Nevada (NV) Day 7, add ~4,000 to gains, closing in on insurmountable lead
Day 7 1:00 PM EST 10/27/12 Update, 28% of registered voters
Democrats-- 161,897, or 45.4% percent (Dems to Reps only: 55.0%)
Republicans -132,584, or 37.2% percent (Dems to Reps only: 45.0%)
IAPs -- 62,015, or 17.4%

Clark County (Las Vegas) Democratic lead: 39,786
Washoe County (Reno) Democratic Lead: 861

Day 7 totals from Nevada SoS PDF
Jon Ralston Reports

Assuming Nevada IAPs support based on polls of 53/44 in favor of Romney and remaining undecided 3% for 3rd party candidates, the numbers above would reflect:

Dems: 189.184, or 53.1%, percentage is unchanged from Day 6
Reps: 146,986, or 46.4%
This may be something closer to a realistic conservative estimate of the final result ratios.
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Sat Oct 27, 2012, 10:59 PM

2. Still good news. Thanks.

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