Insomnia (insomnia) wrote,

Time to hit the hot tub for the night.

Looks like Bush will win Ohio in a squeaker, though I have to wonder whether any of the dirty tricks and late absentee ballots will have any effect on this. Expect recounts and a lot of upset feelings over people who were denied provisional ballots, but still, it looks like Bush will squeak out a victory there. Bush is also winning New Mexico, so that's pretty much a wrap as far as the precinct voting goes. I really don't know what difference absentee voting will make, but apparently they're slowly starting to call the states anyway, so...

California, surprisingly, isn't polling as strongly for Kerry as expected, so it's still up in the air who will win the popular vote. Over 70% of the California vote hasn't been counted yet, however, and Los Angeles is particularly underrepresented.

So, basically, it's like it's 2000 all over again, only this country is in a substantially worse position. Gah.

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