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« Reply #650 on: November 19, 2013, 10:39:25 pm »

There is a vote right now in Albuquerque trying to restrict women's access to abortions.

No election day votes have been counted yet, but so far:

Absentee Voting:

For: 4,046
Against: 2,273
Total: 6,319

For: 69.73%
Against: 30.27%


Early Voting:
For: 18,078
Against: 25,719

Total: 43,797

For: 41.28%
Against: 58.72%


Total vote:

For: 44.15%
Against: 55.85%


Note: The election day vote is still not available.

This will probably go down in flames.

I hope so.

Is this a local ballot initiative? If so, the republicans must control the municipality (which seems highly unlikely), otherwise, why would democrats put up a vote like this?
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« Reply #651 on: November 19, 2013, 10:48:36 pm »

There is a vote right now in Albuquerque trying to restrict women's access to abortions.

No election day votes have been counted yet, but so far:

Absentee Voting:

For: 4,046
Against: 2,273
Total: 6,319

For: 69.73%
Against: 30.27%


Early Voting:
For: 18,078
Against: 25,719

Total: 43,797

For: 41.28%
Against: 58.72%


Total vote:

For: 44.15%
Against: 55.85%


Note: The election day vote is still not available.

This will probably go down in flames.

I hope so.

Is this a local ballot initiative? If so, the republicans must control the municipality (which seems highly unlikely), otherwise, why would democrats put up a vote like this?

It's a citizen's referendum
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« Reply #652 on: November 20, 2013, 09:24:45 pm »

The initiative was defeated in a 55-44 margin.
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« Reply #653 on: November 20, 2013, 09:25:40 pm »

There is a vote right now in Albuquerque trying to restrict women's access to abortions.

No election day votes have been counted yet, but so far:

Absentee Voting:

For: 4,046
Against: 2,273
Total: 6,319

For: 69.73%
Against: 30.27%


Early Voting:
For: 18,078
Against: 25,719

Total: 43,797

For: 41.28%
Against: 58.72%


Total vote:

For: 44.15%
Against: 55.85%


Note: The election day vote is still not available.

This will probably go down in flames.

I hope so.

Is this a local ballot initiative? If so, the republicans must control the municipality (which seems highly unlikely), otherwise, why would democrats put up a vote like this?

It's a citizen's referendum

ah, right.
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« Reply #654 on: November 25, 2013, 11:35:37 am »

So the abortion restrictions bill failed 55-45, and Mark Herring has been certified in the Virginia attorney general race by the state board of elections.
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« Reply #655 on: November 25, 2013, 11:53:47 am »

Obenshain has 10 days to ask for a recount; hopefully this should be wrapped up by Christmas.
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« Reply #656 on: November 26, 2013, 02:20:25 pm »

You could have got this for individual counties on the VA Public Access Project site, but here's how NOVA voted by precinct.
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« Reply #657 on: November 27, 2013, 09:50:26 pm »

Obenshain has 10 days to ask for a recount; hopefully this should be wrapped up by Christmas.

Obenshain officially asked for a recount today, filing the necessary petition in Richmond Circuit Court.  The official certified margin is Herring +165 votes:

Obenshain   1,103,612   49.89%   
Herring         1,103,777   49.89%   
Write-in               4,892   0.22%   
Total Votes   2,212,281   
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« Reply #658 on: December 02, 2013, 11:39:01 am »

VA Governor-by-CD. I was right about 2 and 10!

McAulilffe/Cuccinelli

CD1- 42/52
CD2- 47/45
CD3- 75/19
CD4- 45/48
CD5- 41/51
CD6- 35/58
CD7- 38/52
CD8- 68/27
CD9- 32/61
CD10- 47/48
CD11- 60/35
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« Reply #659 on: December 02, 2013, 12:18:25 pm »

VA Governor-by-CD. I was right about 2 and 10!

McAulilffe/Cuccinelli

CD1- 42/52
CD2- 47/45
CD3- 75/19
CD4- 45/48
CD5- 41/51
CD6- 35/58
CD7- 38/52
CD8- 68/27
CD9- 32/61
CD10- 47/48
CD11- 60/35
And I guess that CD2, CD4 and CD10 are trending dem?
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« Reply #660 on: December 02, 2013, 05:01:05 pm »

VA Governor-by-CD. I was right about 2 and 10!

McAulilffe/Cuccinelli

CD1- 42/52
CD2- 47/45
CD3- 75/19
CD4- 45/48
CD5- 41/51
CD6- 35/58
CD7- 38/52
CD8- 68/27
CD9- 32/61
CD10- 47/48
CD11- 60/35
And I guess that CD2, CD4 and CD10 are trending dem?

Nah, the 2012 results were similar:

Obama/Romney

CD1: 46/53
CD2: 50/49
CD3: 79/20
CD4: 49/50
CD5: 46/52
CD6: 39/59
CD7: 42/57
CD8: 68/31
CD9: 35/63
CD10: 49/50
CD11: 62/36
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« Reply #661 on: December 02, 2013, 07:13:58 pm »

Apparently Obenshain won CD10 by 72 votes.
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« Reply #662 on: December 02, 2013, 11:18:04 pm »

VA Governor-by-CD. I was right about 2 and 10!

McAulilffe/Cuccinelli

CD1- 42/52
CD2- 47/45
CD3- 75/19
CD4- 45/48
CD5- 41/51
CD6- 35/58
CD7- 38/52
CD8- 68/27
CD9- 32/61
CD10- 47/48
CD11- 60/35
And I guess that CD2, CD4 and CD10 are trending dem?

Nah, the 2012 results were similar:

Obama/Romney

CD1: 46/53
CD2: 50/49
CD3: 79/20
CD4: 49/50
CD5: 46/52
CD6: 39/59
CD7: 42/57
CD8: 68/31
CD9: 35/63
CD10: 49/50
CD11: 62/36

McAuliffe lagged Obama 2012 by 1.4% and still performed the same in the two competitive districts.  That suggests they are either moving slowly left or they don't swing much at all. 
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« Reply #663 on: December 17, 2013, 01:42:10 pm »

VA Governor-by-CD. I was right about 2 and 10!

McAulilffe/Cuccinelli

CD1- 42/52
CD2- 47/45
CD3- 75/19
CD4- 45/48
CD5- 41/51
CD6- 35/58
CD7- 38/52
CD8- 68/27
CD9- 32/61
CD10- 47/48
CD11- 60/35
And I guess that CD2, CD4 and CD10 are trending dem?

Nah, the 2012 results were similar:

Obama/Romney

CD1: 46/53
CD2: 50/49
CD3: 79/20
CD4: 49/50
CD5: 46/52
CD6: 39/59
CD7: 42/57
CD8: 68/31
CD9: 35/63
CD10: 49/50
CD11: 62/36

Obama won by 4, Mcauliffe by 2. So CD2 and CD10 are trending dem Cheesy
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« Reply #664 on: January 12, 2014, 04:36:06 pm »

We mentioned the Arkansas SD21 special; the general election is Tuesday.

Here's a good RRH diary on it.
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