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I’m seeing stories lately where they’re saying early voting in several states is several times higher then what it was in 2016 election. Did not see anything about results other then some dribble about a huge blue wave.

one thing is for sure, this is a fucked up election year and I only see it going full retard in November.
 
news just said something like 20 million have already voted this year vs 1.5 million or so by the same time in 2016.

none of those vote "leanings" or anything are going to be published until the polls close though, otherwise it would be a pretty bad day for whoever "leaked" that info.
 
Early voting numbers are way up, turnout on Nov. 3 will be way down. My guess is participation will be up 5-10% over '16. There are still a lot of lazy fawks out there.
 
trump called in a "red wave" the other day, which just makes him sound like a fuckin' communist

Democrats color used to be red but the media switched them years ago because they were afraid people would find out the dems were communists.

Maybe we should switch back and their emblem should be a red jackass with a sickle and hammer on it.
 
After playing up the "you will die from 'Rona if you go out of your house", they are "shocked" about increase in vote by mail? :homer:

I'll be shocked if there is much more turnout than 2016.
 
After playing up the "you will die from 'Rona if you go out of your house", they are "shocked" about increase in vote by mail? :homer:

I'll be shocked if there is much more turnout than 2016.

everything is on track for an increase in turnout, early voting plus new registrations, which is weird. add in the mass unsolicited mailing options in a few states, and it is going to be weird.

I, for one, am greatly looking forward to the exit poll information and demographic splits
 
everything is on track for an increase in turnout, early voting plus new registrations, which is weird. add in the mass unsolicited mailing options in a few states, and it is going to be weird.

I, for one, am greatly looking forward to the exit poll information and demographic splits

I'm not sure that the "early voting" signifies anything more than a shift of voting time.

But I do agree that there is a lot of new voters.

I'm not sure the mass unsolicited mailing options will have more of an impact than already blown out states getting more blown out. Example: California is now mass mail voting... this will have absolutely ZERO impact over 2016. California is going Dem.

I forget if it is Oregon or Washington that does the mass mail. Is their % of voting population better than say California? I have no idea. But I have a suspicion that Oregon or Washington don't have some huge difference.
 
I'm not sure that the "early voting" signifies anything more than a shift of voting time.

But I do agree that there is a lot of new voters.

I'm not sure the mass unsolicited mailing options will have more of an impact than already blown out states getting more blown out. Example: California is now mass mail voting... this will have absolutely ZERO impact over 2016. California is going Dem.

I forget if it is Oregon or Washington that does the mass mail. Is their % of voting population better than say California? I have no idea. But I have a suspicion that Oregon or Washington don't have some huge difference.

We've had vote by mail for years here in Washington, if they were to go by the rules it's actually almost as good as voter ID. You have to be a resident for 30 days before you can vote, you have to have an address to receive the ballot and the election procedures are pretty robust. The problem is they let the bums vote out of the king county courthouse and they can usually find a few ballots to swing a governor's election (Rossi v Gregoire :mad3:)
 
We've had vote by mail for years here in Washington, if they were to go by the rules it's actually almost as good as voter ID. You have to be a resident for 30 days before you can vote, you have to have an address to receive the ballot and the election procedures are pretty robust. The problem is they let the bums vote out of the king county courthouse and they can usually find a few ballots to swing a governor's election (Rossi v Gregoire :mad3:)

Thank you for clarification on which state. Do you know off the top of your head what percentage of eligible voters actually vote?
 
I just want this bullshit to be over with. Wake me up on Nov 4. Or maybe the 10th since whoever wins will be accused of cheating.
 
I'm not sure that the "early voting" signifies anything more than a shift of voting time.

But I do agree that there is a lot of new voters.

I'm not sure the mass unsolicited mailing options will have more of an impact than already blown out states getting more blown out. Example: California is now mass mail voting... this will have absolutely ZERO impact over 2016. California is going Dem.

I forget if it is Oregon or Washington that does the mass mail. Is their % of voting population better than say California? I have no idea. But I have a suspicion that Oregon or Washington don't have some huge difference.

Oregon is by mail only, has been for a long time. I thought WA was optional by mail or in person and CA is in person or optional with restrictions. The new mass mail stuff in CA, i'm greatly concerned, will cause some issues. I'm a remote voter in CA and have to go to a 3rd party website to "log in" and print off my ballot, then sign and mail it in and the county reaches out if my signature doesn't match the card on file which was just updated last year I believe.

Will it prompt a few more people to fill out ballots who otherwise wouldn't? I dunno, but the issue of sorting and verifying those signatures that haven't been previously set up for it, plus bouncing that off the many that will likely also vote in person, points solidly to a significant delay. I do greatly think it will be highly scrutinized and certainly the regular fraud that gets glossed over should be caught at a higher rate due to the added efforts.

considering biden has already set up his "contest the election team" months ago, plus Clinton saying biden should concede under no circumstances, plus trump saying he supports and honest and peaceful election means that, whatever the contentious period is, we'll get blasted the whole time with "why hasn't trump bowed out!?" unless there is a massive blowout (unlikely) either way.

CA is going blue but the "count every vote" effort to fight the popular vote angle to end the electoral college, or rather to further push states onto the "popular vote pact" act, is what they are going for.
 
The game is tightening up. Media might not be saying it but the election is trending away from Biden. Trump may have Florida all sewn up. Here is a interesting tidbit.

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This trend is also happening in Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

The IBD tracking poll Is showing Biden trending down. This is not where you want to be so close to the election. Once this hunter Biden shit hits the polls Biden will lose some more.

trump is playing the electoral college game. He has been visiting my state 1 or twice a week. Biden was here maybe once this election. I firmly believe by having trump down he works harder while Biden was coasting.

Trump is not out of the woods but it definitely looks like he may make it out on top.
 
Just shut up and VOTE. Whatever happens is gonna happen. I hope it's a landslide (No pun intended) either way. A tight race would be the end of us.

Shut the hell up.:flipoff2: This is the IBB where opinions and speculation run rampant.
 
Going to be a poop show. Already so many stories of thrown out ballots. California is already well known for fraud so won’t be no surprise here when they find enough Dumbocrat ballots to sway the election their way.
 
Going to be a poop show. Already so many stories of thrown out ballots. California is already well known for fraud so won’t be no surprise here when they find enough Dumbocrat ballots to sway the election their way.

The only thing more votes in Calif is going to do is let them Dems screech about "muh popular vote". It is a forgone conclusion that Calif is going to be blue. The same could be said with a lot of the other "true blue" states. Does a state voting 80% blue give more electorial votes than a state voting 60% blue?:confused:
 
The only thing more votes in Calif is going to do is let them Dems screech about "muh popular vote". It is a forgone conclusion that Calif is going to be blue. The same could be said with a lot of the other "true blue" states. Does a state voting 80% blue give more electorial votes than a state voting 60% blue?:confused:

this deepening of the blue is why I think trump will lose the popular vote by worse in 20 than in 16.

I dunno, it might not happen, NYC has turned into a shitshow and newsome isn't exactly well liked, but I can see 110% turnout in SF and 120% turnout in LA and both of them 90%+ blue :laughing:
 
Trump wins in a landslide, mostly due to early voting and mail in, Democrats cry that mail voting is fraudulent for the next 20 years.

Edit: Cities turn red because they cant intimidate people at the polls if they have already voted...
 
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https://www.theepochtimes.com/we-ar...dium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2020-10-17-3


We Are Not Ahead by Double Digits,’ Biden Campaign Manager Reportedly Admits Polls Inflated


BY ALLEN ZHONG

October 17, 2020 Updated: October 17, 2020

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The Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign manager reportedly admitted that the national public polling numbers, which show Biden overwhelmingly leading President Donald Trump, are inflated.

“Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits,” Jen O’Malley Dillon reportedly said during a grassroots summit of the campaign on Friday. “Those are inflated national public polling numbers.”

The video of the live event seems to have been deleted but her comments were posted on Twitter by New York Times reporter Shane Goldmacher.

The Biden campaign and Trump campaign didn’t respond to requests for comments.

This is not the only circumstance Dillon cautioned about the leading position of Biden.

She reportedly said in a three-page memo obtained by Fox News that Trump can still win the November election and the race is “neck and neck” in certain states like Arizona and North Carolina.

“[T]he reality is that this race is far closer than some of the punditry we’re seeing on Twitter and on TV would suggest,” Dillon allegedly wrote in the memo. “[E]ven the best polling can be wrong and that variables like turnout mean that in a number of critical swing states we are fundamentally tied.”

Currently, national polls data overwhelmingly show Trump trails Biden. As of Saturday, the RealClearPolitics average of the polls shows Biden leads Trump with nine percent nationally.

However, the Trump campaign is highly skeptical of the poll.

“In 2016, the ABC News/Washington Post Poll was such a complete disaster that these two … news Organizations changed the numbers prior to the Election. Now these haters are trying the same thing, though on a lesser scale, again. Will have a bigger win than even 2016!” Trump wrote in a Twitter post back on Oct. 11.

The current situation brings about a feeling of deja vu of the 2016 race when polls show Trump trailed Hillary Clinton, the then failed Democratic nominee for the White House.

A study published in August by CloudResearch, an online market research and data collection company, found polls are unable to capture the full extent of support for Trump due to a “shy voter” phenomenon.

The study shows that 11.7 percent of Republican voters fall into the “shy voter” category—meaning they would be reluctant to disclose to pollsters their true preferences for who they would vote for in the presidential election—more than twice as likely as Democrats with a percentage of 5.4.

It supports the view that polls may not capture the full extent of support for Trump, the study says.
 
Trump is going to win in probably one of the biggest landslides ever. The energy for Trump is off the charts.

But the energy was in 2016 and he only squeaked by and lost the popular vote.

This is the Republican version of "but muh polls" that the Democrats use.

IF...... IF..... if Trump wins, it will be one of the closest elections in history. It could be less close than 2016 but that won't mean much as 2016 was one of the closest elections of ANY type in US history.

The Republicans have only won the popular vote ONE TIME since 1988.

Trump will be the LAST conservative Republican President, ever, if he wins. It's literally over after this, but the only question is how over it will be.
 
I’m seeing stories lately where they’re saying early voting in several states is several times higher then what it was in 2016 election. Did not see anything about results other then some dribble about a huge blue wave.

one thing is for sure, this is a fucked up election year and I only see it going full retard in November.

More registered Democrats are returning mail-in votes across the board in every single jurisdiction.

That is the only metric available right now. I've read 570,000 out of 610,000 returned ballots from registered Dems in one district.

"Nationally, you’re looking at an almost 2-to-1 advantage of registered Democrats over registered Republicans in mail ballot requests."

This is the consistent finding across ALL of the many, many stories about this. Conservative, Liberal, etc.
 
But the energy was in 2016 and he only squeaked by and lost the popular vote.

This is the Republican version of "but muh polls" that the Democrats use.

IF...... IF..... if Trump wins, it will be one of the closest elections in history. It could be less close than 2016 but that won't mean much as 2016 was one of the closest elections of ANY type in US history.

The Republicans have only won the popular vote ONE TIME since 1988.

Trump will be the LAST conservative Republican President, ever, if he wins. It's literally over after this, but the only question is how over it will be.

Good thing we don't elect presidents by popular vote... National polls mean nothing. absolutely nothing. If they did, then NY and CA would elect every president. Battleground state polls are much tighter. I disagree, If Trump wins, the Democrats will split into two parties, the socialists and the old blue dogs. Those 2 can't coexist anymore. The left has left the middle (working class) for republicans to pick up for generations if they take advantage of it.
 
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