Michigan Vote 2-7-04

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Lifer
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Where is dean's union vote? Are they sandbagging? Are they boosting kerry's numbers and then going to try to manufacture momentum on the day they vote?

Could be interesting.

CkG
 

digitalsm

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Where is dean's union vote? Are they sandbagging? Are they boosting kerry's numbers and then going to try to manufacture momentum on the day they vote?

Could be interesting.

CkG
Where are Deans numbers? Dean was out polled in some states Tuesday by Al Sharpton. Dean is done.
 

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Lifer
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Originally posted by: digitalsm
Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Where is dean's union vote? Are they sandbagging? Are they boosting kerry's numbers and then going to try to manufacture momentum on the day they vote?

Could be interesting.

CkG
Where are Deans numbers? Dean was out polled in some states Tuesday by Al Sharpton. Dean is done.
I wouldn't count him out yet. Michigan is a big Union state and should be a good state for dean to get some votes in.

CkG
 

tcsenter

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Originally posted by: CADkindaGUY
Where is dean's union vote? Are they sandbagging? Are they boosting kerry's numbers and then going to try to manufacture momentum on the day they vote?

Could be interesting.

CkG
Michigan has some sizable swing-vote populations full of Reagan Democrats, even among union members. That is how Republicans came to simultaneously control the Michigan House, Senate, Governorship, and Supreme Court in the late 90s. They still hold all but the Governorship, and that was largely due to term limits.

Michigan generally votes Dem for President. However, the thing about swing voters, they sometimes...well...swing.
 

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