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    Quote Originally Posted by DumbAss Tanker View Post
    It's a suburban Atlanta district, Atlanta like most big cities is a reservoir of corrupt Democrats, which explains a lot about CNN. Districts away from Atlanta behave more like you'd expect. In MO, St. Louis, KC, and the smaller city of Columbia (Home of the PC moron Mizzou dipshits and basically a college-dominated town) are heavily Democrat (But not so much Progressive, there's a big blue-collar White dude union component to their numbers) while the rest of the state is heavily Conservative and generally votes GOP. However, the population of the Dem reservations in KC and STL is so large that it makes any statewide contest a toss-up.
    Same with Virginia. A majority of the state is red but Alexandria and Norfolk always drive the vote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph wiggum View Post
    Apologies, didn't look closely enough.
    Me either. I started one in PN&C
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    Numbers coming in.

    Georgia US House General Election 6
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Karen Handel (Republican) 51.5% 37,866
    Jon Ossoff (Democratic) 48.5% 35,633


    South Carolina US House General Election 5
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Archie Parnell (Democratic) 52% 1,417
    Ralph Norman (Republican) 47.5% 1,294
    Josh Thornton (American) 0.2% 6
    Victor Kocher (Libertarian) 0.2% 5
    David Kulma (Green) 0.2% 5
    Write In (Unaffiliated) 0% 0
    9 of 359 (3%) Precincts Reporting, 2,727 Total Votes
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    Georgia had two polling locations reporting "Technical Difficulties" so they remained open an extra half hour.
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    Even the NY Slimes predicts a narrow Handel win: https://www.nytimes.com/elections/re...recast-section
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Georgia had two polling locations reporting "Technical Difficulties" so they remained open an extra half hour.
    I'm going to go out on a limb and guess these locations were in majority Democrat territories.
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    Georgia US House General Election 6
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Karen Handel (Republican) 51.6% 39,116
    Jon Ossoff (Democratic) 48.4% 36,746
    6 of 208 (3%) Precincts Reporting, 75,862 Total Votes




    South Carolina US House General Election 5
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Ralph Norman (Republican) 56.6% 6,806
    Archie Parnell (Democratic) 42.3% 5,082
    Josh Thornton (American) 0.4% 49
    Victor Kocher (Libertarian) 0.3% 41
    David Kulma (Green) 0.3% 34
    Write In (Unaffiliated) 0.1% 9
    36 of 359 (10%) Precincts Reporting, 12,021 Total Votes


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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Even the NY Slimes predicts a narrow Handel win: https://www.nytimes.com/elections/re...recast-section
    I will say it will be tight for this district. Which in past years saw on average 60% Republican 40% Democrat voter turnout. Polling to-date have shown the Dem. with a hair thin lead, but today Handel was a point ahead. On top of that only about 5% of Ossoff's funding has come from in state donors. With the lions share coming from California.
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    Georgia US House General Election 6
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Karen Handel (Republican) 50.2% 61,563
    Jon Ossoff (Democratic) 49.8% 60,991
    11 of 208 (5%) Precincts Reporting, 122,554 Total Votes

    South Carolina US House General Election 5
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Ralph Norman (Republican) 49.7% 13,072
    Archie Parnell (Democratic) 49.3% 12,971
    Josh Thornton (American) 0.4% 98
    Victor Kocher (Libertarian) 0.3% 71
    David Kulma (Green) 0.3% 66
    Write In (Unaffiliated) 0.1% 20
    102 of 359 (28%) Precincts Reporting, 26,298 Total Votes


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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Georgia US House General Election 6
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Karen Handel (Republican) 51.6% 39,116
    Jon Ossoff (Democratic) 48.4% 36,746
    6 of 208 (3%) Precincts Reporting, 75,862 Total Votes




    South Carolina US House General Election 5
    Candidate Percent Votes
    Ralph Norman (Republican) 56.6% 6,806
    Archie Parnell (Democratic) 42.3% 5,082
    Josh Thornton (American) 0.4% 49
    Victor Kocher (Libertarian) 0.3% 41
    David Kulma (Green) 0.3% 34
    Write In (Unaffiliated) 0.1% 9
    36 of 359 (10%) Precincts Reporting, 12,021 Total Votes



    Still my "go to guy" for election updates, Apocalypse. *blush* Thanks.

    Edited to add ...

    Oh Mercy! Nothing against Ralph and NJ , just that I remember mentioning it to him once before in the forum.

    Carry on everyone, while I slink out of here!
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