Jerry - 11/7/2018 at 01:17 AM
Fumy how the polls had just closed at 7 pm and 46 Atlanta started showing election results.
They showed 0% in, but as a rule Republican candidates showed a 4 to 1 lead.
Just saw CBS show Casey wins (I guess Virginia), with 0% of the polls reporting. Yeah, 0%.
I wonder if we're going to see some reversals on the "wins" being reported?
BoytonBrother - 11/7/2018 at 02:11 AM
Iím fine with whatever happens. We all had our chance to make a change. There was no excuse to not vote, so may the party with the best turnout enjoy their well-deserved victory.
sckeys - 11/7/2018 at 03:23 AM
No surprises here in SC.
Jerry - 11/7/2018 at 03:57 AM
No surprises here in SC.
None here yet either. Kemp is leading by 11 points.
I'm a little concerned that we have three counties here in Ga that show 0% precincts reporting, but show Abrams (D) leading Kemp (R) by as much as 30 points. It's almost 11pm, so I can't imagine how these small, rural, counties haven't turned in the ballots.
CBS hasn't called the Ga race yet, but several ones earlier were called on less than 3 points lead and fewer precincts reporting.
sckeys - 11/7/2018 at 02:13 PM
Well, later on we seen Mark Sanfordís seat flip. Quite the surprise since this is a red state.
Chain - 11/7/2018 at 09:32 PM
The election went well here in upstate, NY....Given it's a highly Republican dominated area of NY, Stefanik has retained her house seat but the state legislative chambers are now in Democratic control which means, given Cuomo has been reelected, that New York probably will pass a recreational cannabis law in January and possibly create a Universal health care system too. Also on the agenda is voting reform, strengthening abortion rights, and criminal justice reform.....Oh, and of course the federal house will be unleashing a **** storm on little Donnie in January. Even more important given Sessions was earlier today sh#t canned.
Lastly, Kirsten Gillibrand was reelected....A good night all in all...
[Edited on 11/7/2018 by Chain]
gina - 11/7/2018 at 09:50 PM
It went well here, people went out in the rain and wind to vote, though i think many voted along party lines. I stood there a good long time with my candidate info. for the judges spots and local races to 'hire' the best people, some of them won, some did not, but at least I did my diligence. Many people complained about our governor but the alternatives wanted congestion pricing for entering NYC during rush hours and did not the experience to handle a large budget like NYS has. Our Governor, Cuomo has done a lot to try to fix big things that are wrong, from the trains, airports, roads, and at least he is trying. He hates Trump but you have to look at each candidate as an individual, you cannot just say, well I support Trump so I can't vote for Cuomo. Each person's accomplishments and goals are unique to them and that is how I voted. I think he was the best choice for the job.
sckeys - 11/7/2018 at 09:54 PM
Michigan voted for common sense freedom yesterday with that cannabis prop.