Skip to comments.per David Limbaugh Twitter: pretty stunning OH numbers
Posted on 11/06/2012 12:28:41 PM PST by LS
@DavidLimbaugh Just saw update from RNC says turnout up (125%) in GOP Geauga County, OH where McCain won 57 & down 10% in Athens Cty where O won 67%.
Realize we still have 4.5 hours of voting left!
I'm hearing all red areas crammed. My wife's friend voted a few miles from us in a red precinct: 1.5 hours.
Per Bill Cunningham, in Hamilton County, as of 3 p.m., turn out is up to 70% - 80% up in the suburbs.
He’s been saying the exact same thing on Milwaukee radio.
Basically saying it will be just like the Walker recall the media will keep playing up the closeness in the polls until Romney gives a victory speech during the 10CST news slot.
Yes sir. On August 1st, I said to friends that the Chick-fil-a event lost the election for O. It allowed conservative Americans to see that we are not alone out here....and that they are a BUNCH of us!
You have nailed it here!
Bill Cunningham followed up Kasich.
He is even more confident, rattling off county names and turnout statistics, and says “there is something happening big.”
The turnout could be historic for GOP!!!
And this indian bubba
LS - You listening to Bill Cunningham on Hannity right now? WOW!! Says GOP is seeing EPIC turnout in Hamilton County! If the numbers hold, Obama can’t win Ohio and by extension the Presidency.
This guy is pumped!
Great find! Thanks for the good news, I remain cautiously optimistic.
I’m really curious about these stories...is’t anyone calling the police?
Do the police show up if they are called?
Ditto! It is a tragedy.
But you expect Reince and Kasich to say good things if inside data they have access to showed them the full picture.
I feel confident of a win. The only question left to answer whether its a narrow win or a big one.
Ohio is going red.
Cunningham is shaking. He is guaranteeing a big Romney win. He knows the state, big time.
LOL, I love that he said “We (Ohio) will deliver America from evil!”
Woohoo!!! C’mon OHIO!!!
Hope you'll be doing this tonight!......
Anacdotally, I can kinda confirm this. I’ve been knocking on doors in Hamilton County since 8AM, with a list provided by the Romney campaign.
Of those I talked to, almost EVERYONE had already voted! AND VOTED R....
Oh please let it be a big win. I can’t handle the thought of Fox blaring headlines “AMERICA IN CRISIS!” for the next 10 days as we wait for Ohio’s provisional ballots to be counted.
Before I forget, thanks for all of the Ohio info the pastfew weeks.
sorry for the spelling errors
Hannitys buddy Billy Cunningham is reporting as of 3 Oclock the turn out in the heavily Repub Hamilton county Ohio is about 75% and may make 80%.
Obama is going going ....gone.
I told YOU ALL...
OHIO IS...AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN RED...
(granted we’ve had a few blue burps every once in awhile)
A, O, WAY TO GO, OHIO!
I series-ly cant decide of it would be be more hugh for me to see Obama lose or is it more hugh for me to see my liberal friends cry? They think this is DONE, Obama won dont you know. And last night on CNN it was 2004 redux...the dem pundits like Begala were just smirking their asses off every time Ari Fleischer calmly stated the possibilities.
I know just how you feel.
My husband supervises a number of people at his office on the local Air Force base and one, only one is and has been a vocal Zer0 supporter since 08.
I told him to go up to that guy today and say, “hey, I’ll understand if you want to sign up now for a sick day tomorrow.”
Of course he won’t say that, but I figure once Zer0’s numbers start coming in tonight this guy will be feeling very sick.
The guy was totally pumped. Hope this all holds up until polls close!
P.S. LS, you were quoted on the BIG screen on the Glenn Beck show, yesterday. (I bragged to hubby about you.) Congrats!!
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Even Delaware County (PA) isn’t Philly. I just voted a few minutes ago, and the same nice ladies who have worked the polls for the last 20+ years were still there. No problems whatsoever. Of course, our police station is only 500 feet away and our cops have a reputation for zero tolerance of any miscreants, especially the ones from Chester. Obama’s thugs know better than to start anything here.
Speaking of Chester, I passed through the business district on the way home. There was a *HEAVY* police presence, and I do mean *HEAVY*. I can guess what they might be anticipating. Cops were also out in Chester Township. I passed by a polling place there and there was no line, just the normal poll workers outside. At least in my little corner of Delco, it’s election day, but it’s a pretty sleepy one so far.
Philly might be corrupt as all get out, but we don’t put up with it on this side of the county line.
I went and voted late this morning, what would be an early lunch for some people, I waited 15-20 minutes and there were probably 35-50 people in and out during that time.
My county was 63% for McCain and 72% R in the 2010 mid-terms.
Remember people, Obama only carried Allegheny and Erie counties in the western 1/3rd of the state in 2008.
"That thar is a hangin offense"
Buckeye, I’m still paranoid of this thing being lost but I was excited to hear Cunningham.
If Romney wins I’m playing God Bless America by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on my phone tomorrow..
Don’t be surprised if buses start rolling in.
Bill Cunningham’s report was very positive about the GOTV ground game in Ohio.
Should be good news for Romney/Ryan and certainly good news for Josh Mandel. I saw plenty of Mandel signs this weekend in Summit and Geauga counties. Only signs with Brown's name were Brown=War on Coal!
I’m not trying to be difficult, but how do you know they didnt just say that to get rid of you?
Also, are the lists made up of any voter or ones that are likely Romney voters? How do they know that? Thanks.
Where from though? PA needs their voters, MI needs their voters, IN needs their voters and IL needs their voters up here in WI.
My local radio station, in WA that carries CBS news, is reporting that a radio station in Cincinnati had to apologize for an early report of a Romney lead in Cincinnati, saying that the report was just a projection. However the Romney lead seems to be holding.
Thanks for your OH info over the past few weeks and congrats for being quoted on Glenn's show, yesterday :)
EXCELLENT TURNOUT IN CINCINNATI! Romney supporters are very motivated. No dems outside my polling place handing out their subversive literature.
I voted in WNY a little while ago. Our polling station started using the optical scanners a couple of years ago, the ones where you fill in the ovals to vote, then run the sheet through the scanner. On my way in, I asked the volunteers how I could check to see if my votes were counted correctly (all the machine does is tell you that your votes are counted - no verification of the candidates that received your votes). They had no idea, and from their dumbfounded looks, had probably never been asked this question before. Finally, one of them stated that the votes are placed on a tape, and the tape is then run through a computer to divvy up the votes as they appear on the tape. Not exactly encouraging, IMO.