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TriMetFan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-08-08 10:53 AM
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11. Being a native Texan and now an Oregonian
it makes me wonder, since Obama won all the major cities in Texas and the Latino vote, was Texas stolen? My dad who lives in San Antonio and has work all his adult life to get out the vote, thinks it was.
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  -I still can not believe how well Obama did, just look at Texas usregimechange  Nov-08-08 10:36 AM   #0 
  - Obama, and the rapidly increasing Hispanic demographic in TX, will  Mayberry Machiavelli   Nov-08-08 10:40 AM   #1 
  - Awesome post! Exactly!  Erin Elizabeth   Nov-08-08 10:41 AM   #3 
     - Texas will likely have 36+ more electoral votes from the next election  fujiyama   Nov-08-08 05:44 PM   #20 
  - Yep, I knew McCain would take Texas, but by a SMALLER margin  Erin Elizabeth   Nov-08-08 10:40 AM   #2 
  - I think it was Cornyn who said after his win that he wanted the margin in his race  rainbow4321   Nov-08-08 10:48 AM   #9 
  - Here's a graphic..  skooooo   Nov-08-08 10:41 AM   #4 
  - While I agree with what you are saying, you also have to remember that Bush was on the ticket in 04  hnmnf   Nov-08-08 10:43 AM   #5 
  - Exactly, it was actually a weak performance by Obama in Texas  Awsi Dooger   Nov-08-08 10:21 PM   #24 
  - Obama, and the rapidly increasing Hispanic demographic in TX, will  Mayberry Machiavelli   Nov-08-08 10:44 AM   #6 
  - Texas and Arizona will be in the Obama column in 2012. You heard it here first.  yellowcanine   Nov-08-08 10:44 AM   #7 
  - what is really astonishing is Indiana. bush beat kerry by 21%  Hamlette   Nov-08-08 10:45 AM   #8 
  - Although McCain "won" Tarrant County :=(  MagickMuffin   Nov-08-08 10:49 AM   #10 
  - Voter turnout got Democratic vote totals to 2 times what they were in 2000  rainbow4321   Nov-08-08 02:31 PM   #15 
  - Being a native Texan and now an Oregonian  TriMetFan   Nov-08-08 10:53 AM   #11 
  - I wonder about Texas being stolen, too!  TheDebbieDee   Nov-08-08 11:06 AM   #12 
     - I won't doubt that.  TriMetFan   Nov-08-08 04:46 PM   #17 
        - Could be...  rainbow4321   Nov-08-08 09:36 PM   #23 
           - Well of course that would be the way to do it.  TriMetFan   Nov-09-08 10:35 AM   #27 
  - Obame got more votes from Texas than from  ashling   Nov-08-08 11:07 AM   #13 
  - The area along the Rio Grande, on maps, showed some of the biggest "blue shift" in the US ...  cloudythescribbler   Nov-08-08 11:09 AM   #14 
  - Arkansas and Tennesse are regressing, not progressing.  Oregonian   Nov-08-08 03:35 PM   #16 
  - To see how much Obama improved in almost every state, check this out:  mtnsnake   Nov-08-08 04:52 PM   #18 
  - Wow! Obama outperformed Kerry and Gore in every single state  FrenchieCat   Nov-08-08 05:49 PM   #21 
  - You can partially thank Lou Dobbs for that. My relatives in S. Texas  SemiCharmedQuark   Nov-08-08 05:42 PM   #19 
  - DNC needs to work on OKlahoma....Northern Suburb of Texas  TxBlue   Nov-08-08 06:41 PM   #22 
  - it's why I'm hoping Dems start campaining here  Skittles   Nov-08-08 11:09 PM   #25 
  - Texas will be a swing state by 2016  Juche   Nov-08-08 11:14 PM   #26 

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