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liam_laddie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Mar-13-05 04:54 PM
Response to Reply #111
112. researching more Ohio counties
This note replies to several postings upthread...

#100 - re: exit-polled precincts in other counties - I'm willing to try to make connections with BofE Dems in the counties listed in Blue22's post #110 (see below.) Have to make some calls locally tomorrow to get a start.

#105 - Fairfax (a village under state population classification guideline, under 5,000 is a village) This is very near me...a middle-to-lower-middle class community, mostly post-WWII
smaller single family homes. Its eastern boundary is Mariemont, another "village," but very up-market, upper middle-class to better. Both probably pro-bush but likely many thinking moderates, too.

#110 - I'll see what I can dig up on contacts and polling data
in the first (19) NEP #'s listed. Start at top - NEP 007 (Butler), ending with NEP 033 (Franklin.) These are all locations with a "4% bush gain." or above. Okay? No promises, but will start with the counties closest to Hamilton. Focus on first (12) - 4.5% or
higher gain.

#111 - Is FOIL Freedom of Info LAW? What specifically is the
"county canvas report?" What data does it usually contain?

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