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« on: February 24, 2004, 01:25:28 am »
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http://www.surveyusa.com/currentelectionpolls.html

Kerry- 58
Edwards- 22

(was 66-14 in marist)

LA Times

Kerry- 56
Edwards- 24

(Was a 45 point lead recently)
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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2004, 08:03:49 am »
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We're movin' on up!

All Edwards needs is some mroe time, and he has a week.  If people hear him talk, they become attached to him.
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2004, 08:10:42 am »
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I not sure if we need Edwards to win but if he can do well on Tuesday (wins in Ohio, Minnesota, Maryland and Georgia with strong seconds in New York and California) then this contest will go on and be good for the party but after southern Tuesday I think it will be good for the party for the contest to end quickly having said that Edwards needs to prevent Kerry from slipping in to the malaise that he did while his was the frontrunner in 2003 and did for a while before Wisconsin  ... then he can go on to Southern Tuesday and do well however I think his main task should be to just get on the ticket... I stick by my vote for him in the primary but I’m pretty much sold on the idea of a Kerry/ Edwards ticket…. Or if it comes to it a Edwards/ Richardson ticket (to me Edwards/ Richardson seems very like a Democratic version of Bush/ Cheney and not in a bad way mind you…)…  
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« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2004, 09:52:26 am »
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I not sure if we need Edwards to win but if he can do well on Tuesday (wins in Ohio, Minnesota, Maryland and Georgia with strong seconds in New York and California) then this contest will go on and be good for the party but after southern Tuesday I think it will be good for the party for the contest to end quickly having said that Edwards needs to prevent Kerry from slipping in to the malaise that he did while his was the frontrunner in 2003 and did for a while before Wisconsin  ... then he can go on to Southern Tuesday and do well however I think his main task should be to just get on the ticket... I stick by my vote for him in the primary but I’m pretty much sold on the idea of a Kerry/ Edwards ticket…. Or if it comes to it a Edwards/ Richardson ticket (to me Edwards/ Richardson seems very like a Democratic version of Bush/ Cheney and not in a bad way mind you…)…  

All Edwards has to do is win a few states and be close in a few more.  It will be a victory if he can do that.
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« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2004, 02:58:20 pm »
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I have no idea why Edwards ignored today's primaries?!  Let's say he goes to ID,HI, and UT and Kerry doesn't.  Edwards wins all 3, it makes big headlines, and he goes on to win 6/7 out of 10 on Super Tuesday.  I think he'd run the table after that.  

But I think Edwards always gets that bounce.  NY and CA will be VERY close, mark my words.  
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If it comes to that, yes, but there is no reason to be that pessimistic.
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« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2004, 03:01:29 pm »
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Costs a bunch of money to barnstorm at all -- and in states with barely any electoral votes, it's not worth it to spend that much money, when the states are more likely to go for Kerry anyway.
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« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2006, 07:17:17 pm »
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Bump.

Why?
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« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2006, 02:32:20 pm »
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I have no idea why Edwards ignored today's primaries?!  Let's say he goes to ID,HI, and UT and Kerry doesn't.  Edwards wins all 3, it makes big headlines, and he goes on to win 6/7 out of 10 on Super Tuesday.  I think he'd run the table after that. 

But I think Edwards always gets that bounce.  NY and CA will be VERY close, mark my words. 

We marked them:

CA Results:
Kerry: 64.44%
Edwards: 19.77%

NY Results:
Kerry: 61.17%
Edwards: 20.12%
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