My hunch regarding the marriage amendment is that the polling is tilted to the NO side because of the tremendous pressure from the "vote no" campaign. A lot of Minnesotans just don't like confrontation and will tell the questioner what they think is the popular answer. The privacy of the polling booth will reveal their values and we will see that reflected Tuesday evening, one way or the other - I'm guessing the amendment will prevail.
The voter ID should pass comfortably, thank you for your work on the campaign.
At the annual deer camp this weekend there were 12 adults. 9 were voting R/R, 1 knucklehead was voting for Zero, 1 is a libertarian that will throw away his vote and 1 just can't be bothered.
All except for the 1 that can't be bothered stated they would vote for voter ID (even the zero voter.
We didn't get into the marriage amendment since anything related to homosexuals is just a generally avoided topic.
posted on 11/04/2012 9:35:44 PM PST
(A citizenry armed with rifles simply cannot be tyrannized)
Is the NRA GOTV effort working rural and exurban as much as they claim to be?
posted on 11/05/2012 4:50:12 AM PST
by MSF BU
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