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BlueDogTiger
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Member since Jan 2014
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With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
Louisiana Sec. of State released Early voting totals first on election night. Since we have almost as many early votes than the total for normal election, we should know winners at about 8:01 on election night.

Of course, in Orleans Parish....we will have to wait until 3:00am for their numbers.


jeffsdad
Member since Mar 2007
13333 posts

re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
There are quite a few states that will be declared as soon as their polls close. Probably all the deep red states and New York blue will be so.


DougsMugs
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Member since Aug 2019
5635 posts

re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
I am thinking that all around. With all the in person early votes, will outstanding mail in fraud votes be enough?

I really hope for a serious melt on election night from the leftist trash.

I am going to buy some fireworks (mortars) and pray that Trump gets declared the victor before Midnight!



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SmithsAuFan
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Member since Jul 2013
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
LINK

La might go blue then.


Scoob
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
There was an absolute shit-ton of early voting going on, and it wasn't all Dem.


samson73103
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
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La might go blue then

This will not happen. Book it.


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LSURussian
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
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There are quite a few states that will be declared as soon as their polls close. Probably all the deep red states and New York blue will be so.
Or, some deep blue states will announce who won the election on Monday night...


Tigerswillprevail
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
If Louisiana goes blue the votes are bs


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Reeaholic
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Member since Jun 2019
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
Baw, this is an oil industry state. Every one of our workers at our oil refinery were talking about Biden's shutting down oil comments. And a good portion are hispanic and African American.


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LSU6262
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Member since Jun 2008
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
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La might go blue then.


Yea, cause of all them registered Democrats huh


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rt3
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now in the piney woods of Pineville
Member since Apr 2011
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
I said in another thread that I was shocked... SHOCKED... that it took Fox 30 minutes after the polls closed to call Louisiana for Trump in 2016

I will be even more shocked if it takes 5 minutes this year


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CajunTiger78
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Member since Aug 2017
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re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
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There was an absolute shit-ton of early voting going on, and it wasn't all Dem.


I voted early for MAGA. Parents too.


Scoob
LSU Fan
Near Exxon
Member since Jun 2009
13543 posts

re: With huge EV numbers in LA, should know winners quickly after polls close
Early voting- not mail in ballots, the actual usage of a voting machine at a place- is very similar to streaming a TV show to binge, and appealing in the same ways.

Where I live, we had, what, 10 days, and one location was at a library not far from my house. So instead of voting Nov 3 (a day I happen to work), I was able to find time on a day I was off, and do it at my convenience. Did I wait longer in line? Yes, but I didn't have "pressure" to do so. It was still early (before the election date), and I didn't have anything better to do. And heck, that was the most social interaction (being around the most people) I've had this year, outside of work; so I really didn't mind that much. People minded their own business, but were generally friendly and polite, and occasionally you saw someone you knew, and spoke with them. And the folks immediately around you, even if it appeared maybe voting different, were still open to making casual small talk about the weather, etc (it was beautiful that day, and we had another hurricane coming, so weather was definitely a topic).

I can see early voting becoming THE thing to do in the future, as long as it's organized. Everyone knows who they're gonna vote for within a month of the election, just get it over with at some point and go on about your lives.


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