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TOPIC: It's All About Ohio
Created by: TheGhost_and_MrsMuir
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Seems the President is holding firm in Ohio

Latest Polls Pollster Dates Pop. Obama Romney Undecided Margin Ipsos/Reuters (Web) NEW! 10/27 - 10/31 885 LV 48 45 4 Obama +3 PPP (D-Health Care for America Now) NEW! 10/29 - 10/30 600 LV 50 45 4 Obama +5 The Ohio Poll/University of Cincinnati NEW! 10/25 - 10/30 1,141 LV 48 46 2 Obama +2 Grove Insight (D-Project New America/USAction) 10/28 - 10/29 500 LV 48 45 - Obama +3 JZ Analytics/Newsmax 10/27 - 10/29 825 LV 49 45 6 Obama +4 SurveyUSA 10/26 - 10/29 603 LV 48 45 6 Obama +3 Rasmussen 10/28 - 10/28 750 LV 48 50 1 Romney +2 Pharos Research Group 10/26 - 10/28 765 LV 49 46 5 Obama +3 PPP (D) 10/26 - 10/28 718 LV 51 47 2 Obama +4 Quinnipiac/NYT/CBS NEW! 10/23 - 10/28 1,100 LV 50 45 4 Obama +5

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A lawsuit filed Monday, on the eve of the election by the co-chairman of the Ohio Green Party and editor of FreePress dot org, Bob Fitrakis alleges that software in some Ohio voting machines makes the machines vulnerable to having votes altered after they are cast.

The lawsuit involves machines made by Election Systems and Software out of Omaha, Nebraska, alleges that software on the machines could allow vote manipulation by non-election board officials.

The lawsuit comes days after FreePress dot org published a report claiming that Husted had done an “end run” around Ohio law by installing the software on the vote tabulators in the weeks leading up to to the election. According to the report, the software was installed on machines that will be used by more than 4 million registered voters, including those in major metropolitan areas such as Cleveland and Columbus.

FreePress claimed it obtained a copy of the contract for the software from a source at Husted’s office. The contract calls for the tabulation machine’s vendor to “enter custom codes and interfaces to the standard election reporting software,” the publication claimed.

The lawsuit asks the court to order Jon Husted, Ohio’s elections chief, not to use the machines Tuesday and to break state contracts with ES&S for voting machines to be used this year.

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Talk about desperate....

I post polls and facts, you both post vitriol and bullshit opinion....

Yeah, I see you are brimming over with confidence.

Last polls come out tomorrow. Gird your loins boys....

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foxnews.c om/opinion/2012/11/03/why-mitt-romney-is-only-sane-choice-for-libertarians/

My My not good for Obama in Ohio...

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How does one see people panic that they cannot see?

Sounds like someone has more than a few loose marbles upstairs.

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Whats wong son scared you are going to lose those loop holes your boy has left open all 4 years?

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I'll sum all that up:

Obama has momentum again, Romney is losing ground.....

Less than 48 hours to election day.

Repubs are in a panic

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Sunday, November 04 Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread General Election: Romney vs. Obama Pew Research Obama 50, Romney 47 Obama +3 General Election: Romney vs. Obama Politico/GWU/Battleground Obama 48, Romney 48 Tie General Election: Romney vs. Obama NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Obama 48, Romney 47 Obama +1 General Election: Romney vs. Obama Rasmussen Reports Obama 49, Romney 49 Tie Ohio: Romney vs. Obama Columbus Dispatch* Obama 50, Romney 48 Obama +2 Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama Tribune-Review/Susquehanna Obama 47, Romney 47 Tie Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama Morning Call Obama 49, Romney 46 Obama +3 Michigan: Romney vs. Obama Baydoun/Foster (D) Obama 46, Romney 47 Romney +1 Maine: Romney vs. Obama Critical Insights Obama 49, Romney 42 Obama +7 Indiana: Romney vs. Obama Rasmussen Reports Romney 52, Obama 43 Romney +9 Montana: Romney vs. Obama Mason-Dixon Romney 53, Obama 43 Romney +10 Montana: Romney vs. Obama Rasmussen Reports Romney 53, Obama 43 Romney +10 Massachusetts: Romney vs. Obama Western NE University Obama 58, Romney 40 Obama +18 Montana Senate - Rehberg vs. Tester Mason-Dixon Rehberg 49, Tester 45 Rehberg +4 Massachusetts Senate - Brown vs. Warren Western NE University Warren 50, Brown 46 Warren +4 Ohio Senate - Mandel vs. Brown Columbus Dispatch* Brown 51, Mandel 45 Brown +6 Florida Senate - Mack vs. Nelson TBT/Herald/Mason-Dixon Nelson 49, Mack 43 Nelson +6 Pennsylvania Senate - Smith vs. Casey Morning Call Casey 48, Smith 42 Casey +6 Michigan Senate - Hoekstra vs. Stabenow Baydoun/Foster (D) Stabenow 50, Hoekstra 44 Stabenow +6 Maine Senate - Summers vs. Dill vs. King Critical Insights King 49, Summers 33, Dill 11 King +16 New York 27th District - Collins vs. Hochul Siena Collins 48, Hochul 47 Collins +1 Generic Congressional Vote Politico/GWU/Battleground Republicans 46, Democrats 46 Tie President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 51, Disapprove 49 Approve +2 President Obama Job Approval Politico/GWU/Battleground Approve 49, Disapprove 49 Tie Direction of Country Politico/GWU/Battleground Right Direction 40, Wrong Track 55 Wrong Track +15 Obama: Favorable/Unfavorable Politico/GWU/Battleground Favorable 51, Unfavorable 45 Favorable +6 Romney: Favorable/Unfavorable Politico/GWU/Battleground Favorable 50, Unfavorable 44 Favorable +6 Saturday, November 03 Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread General Election: Romney vs. Obama ABC News/Wash Post Obama 48, Romney 48 Tie New Hampshire: Romney vs. Obama WMUR/UNH Obama 48, Romney 48 Tie Iowa: Romney vs. Obama Des Moines Register Obama 47, Romney 42 Obama +5 Florida: Romney vs. Obama TBT/Herald/Mason-Dixon Romney 51, Obama 45 Romney +6 Florida: Romney vs. Obama NBC/WSJ/Marist Romney 47, Obama 49 Obama +2 Ohio: Romney vs. Obama NBC/WSJ/Marist Obama 51, Romney 45 Obama +6 Wisconsin: Romney vs. Obama PPP (D) Obama 51, Romney 48 Obama +3 Pennsylvania: Romney vs. Obama PPP (D) Obama 52, Romney 46 Obama +6 Michigan: Romney vs. Obama PPP (D) Obama 52, Romney 46 Obama +6 Minnesota: Romney vs. Obama PPP (D) Obama 53, Romney 45 Obama +8 Washington: Romney vs. Obama PPP (D) Obama 53, Romney 46 Obama +7

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I would like to see the congress and senate races.

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With two days to go...

Nate Silver has Obama as a 85% favorite to be re-elected. He projects 305 electoral votes.

Electoral-vote.c om has the race at 281-206 Obama, with 53 votes tied.

Intrade has the race at 65.4% Obama.

Not much good news for Romney...

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Viewed as a prose analysis rather than with data, the outcome can be perceived more easilly. However, this interesting segment of a longer article gives detail about the Tuesday vote:

As the persuasion effort winds down, campaigns are focused on getting their supporters to vote and getting those votes counted.

The result has been a mass mobilization of lawyers. The Democrats will have 600 lawyers in action here in Cuyahoga County and 2,500 across the state, their organizers say. They have been holding training sessions, grouping legal volunteers into workers and supervisors. The Republicans have much smaller teams — about 70 in this county — and will rely more on surrogates, including nonlawyer poll workers. Each side says the other cannot be trusted and, given the likelihood of a tight presidential race, the risks of litigation here — and delayed results — are high.

“If it’s close, you will see both sides running to court,” said Jeff Hastings, a Republican and chairman of the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

The Democrats say they fear acts of sabotage. “How tough would it be for them to send people to the wrong precincts and tie up poll workers to slow things down?” asked Stuart Garson, chairman of the Democratic Party of Cuyahoga County. “If we see someone getting in someone’s face, our lawyers will be there.”

Robert S. Frost, the chairman of the county Republican Party, said his legal volunteers would be at precincts where Republican poll workers were thinly represented in past elections and where there had been allegations of impropriety. He said the Democrats had built up such a huge legal team because their strategy was to create enough confusion so the race would have to move to court. “It’s pretty cynical,” he said. “That’s why we need to have people on the ground: to keep an eye on the other side.”

The Democrats feel the same way. “In each battleground state, we are recruiting thousands of attorney volunteers to help recruit, train, educate and observe at polling locations,” the Obama campaign said in a statement. “We’ve retained or opened pipelines to the nation’s top experts on voting systems, registration databases, ballot design, student voting, and provisional ballots.”

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