Skip to comments.Colorado recall elections today...[Live Thread]
Posted on 09/10/2013 5:04:46 PM PDT by mtrott
Please discuss the Colorado recall election results here. I searched FR and did not find a thread. I have also searched the internet and the CO Secretary of State web site, and have been unable to find any results page for these elections. So, if anybody can find any info, please post here.
Still too early I think.
Should be interesting.
Can outside interests buy an election?
Yes, I know it’s early for actual counts, but you’d think they would have the results page up and running by now.
There was one thread this morning that made it sound like the pro-recall people already gave up.
If the results were going the way they wanted, they'd sure as heck have it up and running by now.
I think the big thing hear is that Bloomberg and others outspent the pro constitution forces about seven to one.
If the pro-constitution (recall side) wins, It pretty much disproves the whole statist myth that the NRA “buys” elections.
Usually, when an electorate becomes informed through a vigorous election, the pro Constitution forces win big.
Very interesting, to be sure.
Denver Post live results page; http://live.denverpost.com/Event/Colorado_Recall_Election_2013 They say results will be released in about an hour.
I guess I missed that. I saw a thread that said turnout was heavy and another that more voters were being prepared for.
Thanks to Reichsfuhrer Bloomberg, the recall people were outgunned seven bucks to one. This is going to be tough. Too many Colofornian, anti-gun Nazis living up there now. Most of them are high on marijuana all of the time and are afraid of guns.
Heavy turnout is good for the pro-recall side....IMO
Can this thread be posted in the Breaking News panel on the right, please? It already has important links which will be needed later to find real-time election results. These links will be live in about 45 minutes. By that time this post will be long gone unless it is listed in Breaking News.
With 36 minutes until polls close, TV ads are still running in the Springs, just saw one on BOR.
Also here. No results, yet.
Ballot Issue - State Senate 3 - Recall Giron - Ballot Issue
Ballot Issue - State Senate 11 - Recall Morse - Ballot Issue
The latest El Paso figures show vote total by party affiliation as: Republicans, 6,269; Democrats, 5,439; and unaffiliated, 4,231.
Democrats comprise 34 percent of the district, while unaffiliated voters are the largest group with 38 percent.
Pueblo County totals released around 5 p.m. show 32,031 people have voted since early voting began Aug. 30.
The party breakdown in Senate District 3 is as follows: Democrats, 14,633; Republicans, 10,329; and unaffiliated, 6,867.
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