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http://prntly.com/2016/09/26/breaking-clinton-concedes-ohio-pulls-out-to-focus-on-wisconsin-on-day-of-debate/

 

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/09/cnns-jeff-zeleny-long-ohio-hillary-giving-buckeye-state-video/

 

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Yeah, sorry DrVoke. Ohio is going Trump by 6-7 points. First state Obama won which will switch.

Florida is going Trump.

So will NC and SC.

Iowa has Trump ahead consistently.

 

However Trump needs to win Michigan, Penny, Wisconsin or Virginia to win. All of these went to Obama and it will be hard to take any of them. If any of these switch to Trump then the election will go to him. Conventional wisdom says Virginia will definitely go to Hillary however it should be noted that the Republican primary turnout exceeded the democrat primary turnout by more than the amount Obama won by in 2012 and 2008. If Republicans mobilize and Hillary support is lackluster it is over. Wisconsin has been solidly democrat for years but they do have a Republican governor who managed to defeat an attempt at a recall election. Wisconsin has been on the upswing and Republicans are doing better there than recent years. Michigan or Pennsylvania are probably pipe dreams in my opinion. However if anything comes out in the upcoming wikileaks release, if a major event (like terrorist attack occurs) or if Trump galvanizes support some how then you never know.

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http://prntly.com/2016/09/26/breaking-clinton-concedes-ohio-pulls-out-to-focus-on-wisconsin-on-day-of-debate/

 

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/09/cnns-jeff-zeleny-long-ohio-hillary-giving-buckeye-state-video/

 

Etc...

 

Yeah, sorry DrVoke. Ohio is going Trump by 6-7 points. First state Obama won which will switch.

Florida is going Trump.

So will NC and SC.

Iowa has Trump ahead consistently.

 

However Trump needs to win Michigan, Penny, Wisconsin or Virginia to win. All of these went to Obama and it will be hard to take any of them. If any of these switch to Trump then the election will go to him. Conventional wisdom says Virginia will definitely go to Hillary however it should be noted that the Republican primary turnout exceeded the democrat primary turnout by more than the amount Obama won by in 2012 and 2008. If Republicans mobilize and Hillary support is lackluster it is over. Wisconsin has been solidly democrat for years but they do have a Republican governor who managed to defeat an attempt at a recall election. Wisconsin has been on the upswing and Republicans are doing better there than recent years. Michigan or Pennsylvania are probably pipe dreams in my opinion. However if anything comes out in the upcoming wikileaks release, if a major event (like terrorist attack occurs) or if Trump galvanizes support some how then you never know.

 

Look at the far right propaganda sites this stooge uses. You can always tell what kind of site it is by the other stories and advertisements.

God... it's going to be so good to shut up punks like you in5 weeks.

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Look at the far right propaganda sites this stooge uses. You can always tell what kind of site it is by the other stories and advertisements.

God... it's going to be so good to shut up punks like you in5 weeks.

 

So CNN's Jeff Zeleny is a far right wing propagandist. Ok.... How do you explain that Hillary shut down offices and moved a bunch of staff around. Sorry numb nuts.

 

Liberals always gloat even when they lose. It is how you guys are. Keep doing your endzone dance at the 50 yard line. You aren't fooling any conservatives here.

In any case, we know the story is accurate because that is why they are deciding to write pieces to now ignore Ohio's status as a Bellweather state. LOL!

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http://prntly.com/2016/09/26/breaking-clinton-concedes-ohio-pulls-out-to-focus-on-wisconsin-on-day-of-debate/

 

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/09/cnns-jeff-zeleny-long-ohio-hillary-giving-buckeye-state-video/

 

Etc...

 

Yeah, sorry DrVoke. Ohio is going Trump by 6-7 points. First state Obama won which will switch.

Florida is going Trump.

So will NC and SC.

Iowa has Trump ahead consistently.

 

However Trump needs to win Michigan, Penny, Wisconsin or Virginia to win. All of these went to Obama and it will be hard to take any of them. If any of these switch to Trump then the election will go to him. Conventional wisdom says Virginia will definitely go to Hillary however it should be noted that the Republican primary turnout exceeded the democrat primary turnout by more than the amount Obama won by in 2012 and 2008. If Republicans mobilize and Hillary support is lackluster it is over. Wisconsin has been solidly democrat for years but they do have a Republican governor who managed to defeat an attempt at a recall election. Wisconsin has been on the upswing and Republicans are doing better there than recent years. Michigan or Pennsylvania are probably pipe dreams in my opinion. However if anything comes out in the upcoming wikileaks release, if a major event (like terrorist attack occurs) or if Trump galvanizes support some how then you never know.

HATE TO SPOIL YOUR WET DREAMS.........................

 

 

 

Hillary Clinton will return to Ohio to campaign for the presidency Monday, ending an absence that had started to fuel speculation that she was giving up on Ohio.

 

The Clinton campaign announced the pending visit Thursday, without identifying the location of the planned appearance.

 

She has not campaigned at all in northwest Ohio, nor has her running mate, Tim Kaine. A number of surrogates have been here, including husband Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton.

 

http://www.toledoblade.com/Politics/2016/09/30/Hillary-Clinton-campaign-She-ll-be-in-Ohio-on-Monday.html

Look at the far right propaganda sites this stooge uses. You can always tell what kind of site it is by the other stories and advertisements.

God... it's going to be so good to shut up punks like you in5 weeks.

LMAO!! You got it!!! Hillary will be in ohio on Monday and this con bitch conupass3times will be missing from LF in shame. lol

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So CNN's Jeff Zeleny is a far right wing propagandist. Ok.... How do you explain that Hillary shut down offices and moved a bunch of staff around. Sorry numb nuts.

 

Liberals always gloat even when they lose. It is how you guys are. Keep doing your endzone dance at the 50 yard line. You aren't fooling any conservatives here.

In any case, we know the story is accurate because that is why they are deciding to write pieces to now ignore Ohio's status as a Bellweather state. LOL!

Clinton has a superior ground game. She has currently moved into the lead in Florida, and Nevada, and has increased her lead in Pa. Va. and New Hampshire. She will probably focus on Co. and NC., of which she will win at least one if not both. While she won't abandon Oh., I can see moving assets around to insure she wins in the places that gets to 270 electoral votes. Ohio doesn't mean much if you lose the election anyway.

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http://www.nytimes.c...v=top-news&_r=1

 

Ohio, Long a Bellwether, Is Fading on the Electoral Map

 

Ohio has long basked in the presidential spotlight. Every four years, fall would bring frequent candidate visits, ceaseless television commercials and breathless, county-by-county tallies of its voting returns late into election night. Democrats in the state became used to rock-concert-style rallies, like the ones John Kerry staged in Cleveland and Columbus with Bruce Springsteen in 2004 and President Obama held at Ohio State to kick off his 2012 re-election campaign. Mr. Obama held five events over three trips to Ohio in September 2012 alone.

 

And it was all for good reason: No candidate of either party has won the White House without carrying Ohio since John F. Kennedy in 1960.

 

 

 

 

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Hitlary pulls out of Ohio

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http://prntly.com/2016/09/26/breaking-clinton-concedes-ohio-pulls-out-to-focus-on-wisconsin-on-day-of-debate/

 

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/09/cnns-jeff-zeleny-long-ohio-hillary-giving-buckeye-state-video/

 

Etc...

 

Yeah, sorry DrVoke. Ohio is going Trump by 6-7 points. First state Obama won which will switch.

Florida is going Trump.

So will NC and SC.

Iowa has Trump ahead consistently.

 

However Trump needs to win Michigan, Penny, Wisconsin or Virginia to win. All of these went to Obama and it will be hard to take any of them. If any of these switch to Trump then the election will go to him. Conventional wisdom says Virginia will definitely go to Hillary however it should be noted that the Republican primary turnout exceeded the democrat primary turnout by more than the amount Obama won by in 2012 and 2008. If Republicans mobilize and Hillary support is lackluster it is over. Wisconsin has been solidly democrat for years but they do have a Republican governor who managed to defeat an attempt at a recall election. Wisconsin has been on the upswing and Republicans are doing better there than recent years. Michigan or Pennsylvania are probably pipe dreams in my opinion. However if anything comes out in the upcoming wikileaks release, if a major event (like terrorist attack occurs) or if Trump galvanizes support some how then you never know.

 

 

I did the CNN map and followed what you state Hillary 252

Trump 229

 

 

States up in air Arizona, Colorado , Georgia Nevada, nm

 

 

If I give all these to trump

 

 

 

276 trump to 262 Hillary

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Thread title is a lie... in the moron's own link it states Hillary will be in Ohio next Thursday the 6th.

Are all Trump supporters chronic liars?

 

Also from his link:,Recent polls have shown Clinton trailing slightly in Ohio Trump had a 4-point lead in Ohio according to a recent Quinnipiac University survey.

 

Hardly insurmountable.

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