Election Night Running Coverage

November 2, 2004

The race is still fairly close. I’ve got my fingers crossed for Kerry and Edwards. I just don’t know. I’m just going to edit this entry and add to it as the night goes on.

According to the AP, the White House race is left up to Ohio and Florida.
Electoral Votes–


Source: Yahoo News

Electoral Votes–

Source: CNN.com

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Source: NPR


Source: CNN.com

Kerry’s still leading in Ohio, though.

NPR reports that many of the Nader votes from the 2000 election have moved to Kerry.


Source: Yahoo News

If Kerry wins Ohio, he’s pretty much got it in the bag.


Source: Yahoo News

NPR agrees.

November 3rd, 2004

Kerry just took New Hampshire.


Source: Yahoo News

Race is still too close to call. Really hoping for Kerry. Obviously.


Source: Yahoo News
Source: CNN

NPR reports the above. New Mexico, Ohio, Wisconsin, Nevada, and Iowa are still either too close or don’t have enough returns.

NPR and Yahoo give Bush Nevada.
Officials say that all of the provisional votes in Ohio will be counted.

This isn’t going to be over for a long damn time. Can I just move to Canada?

Bush is preparing to declare victory (and we all know how well he recognizes THAT) but Kerry refuses to concede until all votes are counted. What was that? Fl-Florida? Damn it. I’m going to bed.

Bush declared victory, and Kerry conceded. The tallies everyone is reporting (even me) are unofficial. Those results come from a private company. The official totals will not be released for several weeks. Oh, yeah, not to mention the owner of the company that designed, built, and programmed the voting machines is has publicly stated he is pro-Bush. Those votes can’t be tracked, either. No paper trail. Am I declaring shenanigans? Well, someone should.


Think He Knows The Definition Of Irony?

July 21, 2004

“I want to be a peace president.”
-George W. Bush (July 2004)

“I’m a war president. I make decisions here in the Oval Office in foreign policy matters with war on my mind.”
-George W. Bush (February 2004)