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Larry Schweikart
1) Here's the TX data from Freeper "Ravi" STATEWIDE TURNOUT SO FAR: 32.43% BLUE COUNTIES: HARRIS-29.42% (-3.01%) DALLAS-32.14% (-0.31%) BEXAR-30.75% (-1.68%) TRAVIS-38.22% (+5.79%) EL PASO-25.12% (-7.31%) HIDALGO-25.59% (-6.84%) CAMERON-21.53% (-10.9%)
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Larry Schweikart 1 Nov 18
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2) RED COUNTIES: TARRANT-33.55% (+1.12%) COLLIN-40.52% (+8.09%) DENTON-37.42% (+4.99%) MONTGOMERY-34.36% (+1.93%) WILLIAMSON-40.53% (+8.1%)
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Larry Schweikart 1 Nov 18
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3) based on TargetSmart who have modeled all the voters (scary that they are able to do this), they have determined a "modeled" electorate. REPS-2,378,270 voters have cast ballots DEMS-1,689,078 voters have cast ballots (They are a D firm, so watch out).
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John Andre 1 Nov 18
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Larry. Stop getting my hopes up! I do not want to be disappointed on Tuesday!
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Joanna S. 1 Nov 18
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What does this mean? The blue counties are more heavily populated.
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#Queen Isabel⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1 Nov 18
But each of those are still close to 50-50. Still many red voters in them.
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FlaGator 2 Nov 18
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It looks like the only part of the Democrat coalition that’s motivated is white liberals. Unfortunately for them, this is about 15% of the electorate
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David Powell 2 Nov 18
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Makes sense Travis county has increased. Austin is a mini California (aka shitstain) on Texas.
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