Skip to comments.THE LIVE THREAD: Election 2002 Compilation Thread
Posted on 11/05/2002 3:25:35 PM PST by Howlin
Please post as much election information as you can on this thread, so we won't have a million separate threads running at one time.
And, please, NO GRAPHICS -- just links!
The way things are going today, we may not have heard the results of even ONE race by then.
At leaast with this reply it'll be easy to find. Hope FR stays up. See ya later!
Election '02 News From Around the Country
VNS Scraps National Exit Poll Work
Major Skepticism Towards VNS Early Exit Returns
Drudge Reports Early Exit Trends
Coleman Up 3 Points in MN S. Dakota Too Close To Call
Strickland Leads in CO Chambliss Up 4 Points in GA
Pryor Leads 51 - 49 in AR Cornyn Plus 8 Points in TX
Bowles Leads in NC Talent Leads in MO
Lautenberg Leads in NJ Louisiana Headed For Runoff Sunnun up 2 Pts in NH
Bush at 51% in FL Townsend Ahead in MD
*VNS Early Exit Returns Potentially Wrong*
Eagles way up tonight!
**17:21 PM ET**
Bush down to 51% in Florida...
Kennedy Townsend taking lead in Maryland...
Sununu up 2 in New Hampshire...
Pryor (D) leads 51-49
Strickland (D) leading
Chambliss (R) +4
Landrieu (D) headed for runoff
Coleman [R] +3
Talent (R) leads
Lautenberg [D] leads Forrester
Bowles (D) leads Dole [Dole was leading earlier in day]
Thune [R] too Close to call
Cornyn (R) +8
That is actually good, because they seem to giving NC to the Democrats.
I cannot believe that Ark. will vote Democratic Senator but keep a Republican Gov.
We may find out who actually won these races in a week or so!
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64 Posted on 03/03/2000 17:51:13 PST by Jim Robinson
I'm going downtown for a while to check in with the NC Freepers, but I'll be back, too!
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