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tarheel_voter Donating Member (96 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-13-04 10:19 PM
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199. I disagree. The analysis is dead on.
Edited on Sat Nov-13-04 10:21 PM by tarheel_voter
The above analysis is excellent. We all agree there is a need for more investigation.

Explain how Bush and Burr win 56% and 53% of the vote on election day, when overwhelming political sentiment in state supports the Democratic Party.

The evidence is demonstrated by Dems winning a clean sweep of NC statewide races, the State House, and State Senate. If the Bush and Burr numbers were valid, which they most certainly are not, we would have at the very least seen the Republicans win back the NC House, and win at least a few of the state races.

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