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It's apparent that there was a lot of early voting in this Electoral College prediction poll because, as it stand today, there probably should have been a selection for Hillary Clinton defeating Donald Trump by over 50% as that looks likely.

What I find surprising, and disappointing as well, is that there are so many Republican voters dedicated to voting the for their"Party" that they ignore the reasons why they shouldn't support the candidate in some states. At the same time I'm a little encouraged having move the Arizona just last year that it appears enough Arizona Republicans are rejecting Donald Trump to turn Arizona from Red to Blue.



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It's not that I like Hillary Clinton, I don't know how anyone does, but as the very conservative Arizona Republic editorial staff said, Donald Trump represents a serious threat to America and that shouldn't be ignored by anyone.
Come on Shiva, quit contradicting yourself. At least put a couple posts in between so it's not so apparent.
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I would say 5-10% with Hillary winning, but the real embarrassing location will be the electoral college results where I expect Hillary will trounce Trump by a margin of well over 100.
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I'm a little encouraged...that it appears enough Arizona Republicans are rejecting Donald Trump to turn Arizona from Red to Blue.
I think that it is a vapid hope for Democrats that they will steal Arizona (or Georgia) this year; just as it is an equally vapid hope for Republicans that they will steal Pennsylvania this year. (Every four years, the GOP believes it will steal Pennsylvania; and every four years, it is disappointed in this regard.)

Among the (other) battleground states, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin (which has become more competitive recently), Virginia, and New Hampshire will go Democratic, in my opinion.

Ohio, Utah (a traditionally red state) and Iowa will likely go Republican.

Nevada, Colorado, and North Carolina are true tossups, I think.
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I think that it is a vapid hope for Democrats that they will steal Arizona (or Georgia) this year; just as it is an equally vapid hope for Republicans that they will steal Pennsylvania this year. (Every four years, the GOP believes it will steal Pennsylvania; and every four years, it is disappointed in this regard.)

Among the (other) battleground states, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin (which has become more competitive recently), Virginia, and New Hampshire will go Democratic, in my opinion.

Ohio, Utah (a traditionally red state) and Iowa will likely go Republican.

Nevada, Colorado, and North Carolina are true tossups, I think.
agreed but with the exception anything is possible in Utah this year

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Evan McMullin, the Provo-born independent, has seized his first lead in Utah's fluid presidential race.
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The Emerson College poll, released Wednesday, found McMullin with 31 percent, followed by Republican Donald Trump at 27 percent and Democrat Hillary Clinton at 24 percent.
Evan McMullin takes the lead in latest Utah presidential poll | The Salt Lake Tribune
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I think that it is a vapid hope for Democrats that they will steal Arizona (or Georgia) this year; just as it is an equally vapid hope for Republicans that they will steal Pennsylvania this year. (Every four years, the GOP believes it will steal Pennsylvania; and every four years, it is disappointed in this regard.)

Among the (other) battleground states, Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin (which has become more competitive recently), Virginia, and New Hampshire will go Democratic, in my opinion.

Ohio, Utah (a traditionally red state) and Iowa will likely go Republican.

Nevada, Colorado, and North Carolina are true tossups, I think.
I'm actually seeing Hillary Clinton signs here in my 'hood. And this is the 'hood that both Bush 43 and Cheney lived in. Paul Ryan was here the other night.
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I'm actually seeing Hillary Clinton signs here in my 'hood. And this is the 'hood that both Bush 43 and Cheney lived in. Paul Ryan was here the other night.
Are you sure your allowed to be there?
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Are you sure your allowed to be there?
Dude seriously my 'hood is seriously red. Both Bush 43 and Cheney lived here. Bush 43 is still a member at the church I grew up in. And boy is that a production when he is at church.
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Dude seriously my 'hood is seriously red. Both Bush 43 and Cheney lived here. Bush 43 is still a member at the church I grew up in. And boy is that a production when he is at church.
I'll bet it is. Wait, did you say Bush goes to church?
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It's officially certified and Joe Biden says "it's over". Donald Trump has been elected president and Mike Pence Vice President. There were objections by
a few cast members.



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I'll bet it is. Wait, did you say Bush goes to church?
Yes he does
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