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Now come the tears. WE DID IT!

It's real. Yes We Did. Amen.
Posted by KaryninMiami | Wed Nov 7, 2012, 01:37 AM (2 replies)

Fuck you Sununu- thank you NH

Good show New Hampshire!
Posted by KaryninMiami | Tue Nov 6, 2012, 09:51 PM (7 replies)

Hollywood FL miles and miles for President Obama!

Thousands and thousands - line wraps for at least 2 miles maybe more - to enter stadium where Pres. will be speaking today. We arrived too late- end of line way too far to make it inside and it is HOT out-- heading home to watch on CSpan. But these are the people who waited in lines if up to 5 hours to vote- and these people- WE THE PEOPLE are fired up!!!
Posted by KaryninMiami | Sun Nov 4, 2012, 01:26 PM (3 replies)

Depressing Miami Herald front page today-Romney ++ by 5 in FL

HUGE front page story- Romney still ahead in FLA- big graphic- lots of details- very very upsetting way to start the day. Thank goodness for Nate Silver and Princeton and the other polls showing a different story but it is VERY discouraging. Maybe the result will mean more Dems voting today and Tuesday. Going out to make calls or canvas or do something to work off the anxiety.

A new Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald poll shows Mittt Romney beating President Obama 45-51 percent in Florida.


Mitt Romney has maintained a solid lead over President Barack Obama in the latest Miami Herald/El Nuevo Herald poll of likely voters who favor the Republican by six percentage points.

Romney’s strengths: independent voters and more crossover support from Democrats relative to the Republicans who back Obama, according to the survey conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research.

Romney’s crossover appeal is fueled by strong support in rural North Florida, a conservative bastion where a relatively high percentage of Democrats often vote Republican in presidential election years.

“I’m pretty convinced Romney’s going to win Florida,” said Mason-Dixon pollster Brad Coker, who conducted the 800-likely voter survey from Tuesday through Thursday.

“Will it be fivepoints? Maybe. Will it be three points? Possibly,” Coker said, of what he expects Romney’s margin will be. “I don’t think it’s going to be a recount … I don’t think we’re going to have a recount-race here.”

Romney is winning handily among men, marginally losing with women voters and has outsized support among non-Hispanic whites. He’s essentially winning on the issues as well: the economy, Medicare, foreign policy and looking out for the middle-class.


Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2012/11/02/3080246/poll-mitt-romney-maintains-lead.html#storylink=cpy

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