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  1.    #1  
    According to Tradesports, Kerry is now favored. A 6-7 point swing today.
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    In Northern Virginia, Bush Country USA, the Kerry/Edwards bumper stickers have been in MUCH greater evidence than the Gore bumper stickers last time around.

    When I went to vote the line was the longest I've ever seen it (4 elections here in Virginia?).

    Good stuff.
  3.    #3  
    It's now almost 60-40 Kerry. Today began 55-45 Bush.
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    Is this site yer talking about a gambling place? That is, there are folks staking Real Money on those numbers?

    (thus the site would be uber-conservative (that is, less likely to fudge their numbers) and perhaps more likely to be "correct")
  5.    #5  
    Now it's over 60-40. Is there anything other than the short blurb on drudge to be moving the price this much?
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    Yes. These are real dollars. It's a great site. An interesting concept. I dont' have an account with it, but use it more for informational purposes (like now, I can see stuff is going down without actually knowing what that stuff is).
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    I think the long lines in many states are a good sign. People generally don't stand in line in the heat/rain/cold to vote the status quo.
  8.    #8  
    In any other year, perhaps. But everyone is so pumped up this year, I don't know about that.
  9. #9  
    Quote Originally Posted by Eurokitty
    I think the long lines in many states are a good sign. People generally don't stand in line in the heat/rain/cold to vote the status quo.
    Or maybe we want to make sure that mr. footwear doesnt actually get elected.
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  10.    #10  
    Bush is now 63-37. Someone made money buying at 30!
  11. #11  
    Please stop feeding "Demowhining"
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    You sure were not out here in Hawaii. The lines were long and filled with members of both parties. I waited 1.5 hours to vote. Ben

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