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Hometown: NYC
Home country: USA
Current location: Chapel Hill, NC
Member since: Sat May 7, 2005, 11:13 PM
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Go outside and take a look at Jupiter and the Moon tonight

Here is what they looked like from our deck in Chapel Hill a couple of hours ago.

One more Dem will be returning to Congress from NC after barely squeaking by

the Republican attempt to re-district him out of office.


Two tensely watched political races got a little closer to the finish line Friday night. Results show that Democrat Mike McIntyre will return for a ninth term in Congress, barring a recount that changes the outcome.

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Complete, unofficial results show McIntyre defeated Rouzer by 655 votes out of more than 336,000 cast in 12 counties, including Johnston, Brunswick, Cumberland and New Hanover.

The margin is within the 1 percent needed for Rouzer to ask for a recount. Election results become official when the State Board of Elections certifies them.

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Both Rouzer and McIntyre have been in Washington, D.C., this week. McIntyre’s camp said he was returning to work. Rouzer was taking part in congressional orientation and was part of a photo shoot for congressional freshmen.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/11/16/2488787/mcintyre-declares-victory-as-final.html#storylink=cpy



NC Vote breakout by county--November 6, 2012

For those interested in how the election went down in NC, the News & Observer published some detailed maps--by county--
for the election results.

http://media2.newsobserver.com/smedia/2012/11/11/08/09/A8NqS.So.156.pdf

And if you want to check the actual votes by county, go to the NC BoE website and click map

http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/NC/42923/111532/Web01/en/summary.html



Obama wins Florida!


Final Electoral count: 332 for Obama 206 for Romney


Popular vote


Barack Obama Obama 61,206,825
50.5%
Mitt Romney Romney 58,193,424
48.0%


http://elections.huffingtonpost.com/2012/results

Rover gets it! He's a dog against Romney!



From Red and Rover: http://www.gocomics.com/redandrover


If you haven't seen Dogs Against Romney...check it out here:

http://www.dogsagainstromney.com/


and on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DogsAgainstRomney?ref=ts&fref=ts

And the family political feuding heats up...check this

My nephew posted this photo of his 3 1/2 month old son on fb saying it needed no caption.
I posted that was what my great nephew thought of Hurricane Sandy (this was last Monday night)



Some of you may know I blocked my sister-in-law's e-mails in 2008 because I got really fed
up with the right wing BS she'd send around--not fact checked--and even said once she
didn't care about history or facts, she just agreed with a (bigoted) opinion. Well, we made up
to the point that I, with reservations, responded to a friend request on fb a couple years ago.
It didn't take her long and I un-friended her and re-blocked her e-mails. She is the baby's grandmother.

So, just now her sister put up--wait for it--" My sentiments exactly (baby's name),if Obama wins again !!!!!!

OMG! I'm waiting to see whether my nephew will take her post down, respond to it, or just leave it alone.
He is a Democrat (both his parents are Republicans).

This woman--little Mrs. Christian--read Corinthians 13 at my niece's wedding (aunt of the baby) this summer.


How is it that these professed "Christians" can be so dense? So hypocritical? Love...my a$$...unless it's someone who
looks a little different than you.

Wow. I'm floored.

Anyone else with a story to share?

Early voting turnout in North Carolina EXCEEDS 2008!

People were standing in line Saturday--last day of early voting--in the Triangle area for 2 hours or more to vote.

"Before early voting ended Saturday, it had broken turnout records. More than 2.7 million people had voted at one-stop sites or by mail, topping the 2.6 million who had done the same in 2008."

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2012/11/03/2460583/27-million.html#storylink=misearch#storylink=cpy


From 5 PM update yesterday of the NC Board of Elections website:


2,706,836 have voted

1,289,035 Registered Dems have voted

854,035 Registered Repubs have voted

435,000 MORE DEMS have voted than Repubs



1,578,665 Remaining Registered Dems yet to vote

1,196,985 Remaining Registered Repubs yet to vote

DEMS HOLD MARGIN over Repubs of 381,680 MORE voters remaining eligible to vote

ftp://www.app.sboe.state.nc.us/enrs/absentee11xx06xx2012_Stats.pdf
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