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m.standridge Donating Member (269 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-27-05 01:17 AM
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30. I also didn't see any pre-election polls suggesting
NC was going to Kerry/Edwards. In LA, VA, and NC, though, Bush was seldome above a Plurality. But he always maintained a lead--in the pre-election polls.
Yeah, I'm wondering about all that about Indiana. Somehow, I just don't buy that 10% thing, 100%.
I wondered about Louisiana some, because of how close that Senate race got there a couple of years ago. It was down to the wire, had to have a runoff or something. But the pre-election polls never indicated it getting that close in Louisiana in the 2004 Presidential.
God, they sure did in AR, though. And in CO. And in WI and IA.
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