Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Florida Is In Play

From Power Line :

With 7% of the vote in, President Bush is leading by 57% to 42%. Martinez is leading his Senate race by seven.

The Democrats I'm hanging out with here aren't as cocky as they were a few hours ago.

UPDATE: The Florida Secretary of State reports Bush's lead at 56.6 to 42.5, with 12% of the vote cast.

ANOTHER UPDATE: With 20% of the votes counted, Bush's lead is 55% to 44%.

Bush also has a surprising (to me, anyway) 57% to 42% lead in the popular vote. Given, especially, that the states counted so far are all in the east.


At 5:27 PM, Blogger Tudy said...


At 9:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, there goes the neighborhood.
Huh...I always wanted to live in England.. lol
But seriously...four years of bush? *sigh* As a New Yorker, no scratch that...as a human being who is proud of her country and wants other countries to look up to us and see how great we can be, not either freak out in terror or hate our guts.... I shudder.
Folks think back four years. Think back (and ignore the political circus of the lewinski scandal) wasn't it better then...even a little bit? No war, fewer countries hating us, less arguing amongst ourselves. If so much has changed in four years...how much more will change in four more? Black skies choking our lungs? Wars raging out of control? Mass unemployment?
I'm sorry
but i'm scared.


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