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WH Insider – How Romney Wins! -Tuesday Election Break Down

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WH Insider – How Romney Wins! -Tuesday Election Break Down –
Friday, November 2, 2012 17:11
 

A longtime D.C. political operative sends this outline of how Mitt Romney wins Tuesday to become the next President of the United States.

(Insider is certain Mitt Romney will be circling at least 300 electoral votes on Election Night)

 

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Insider: My work is all but done, so now just like you and a whole lot of others, I’m going into watch and wait mode. That said, here’s how I see Tuesday’s vote playing out based on a combination of first person knowledge of the ground game, a hell of a lot of experience, and just plain old gut feeling. You asked for a break down of my thoughts, so here it is. Going to focus on the swing states and a that surprise win for the governor I told you about before.

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Virginia: We got 13 electorals up for grabs to get the night rolling. Romney takes it by about 60-70 thousand votes. McDonnell has done some very solid work for us in the state and that has been a big advantage.

Pennsylvania: Some major trending for the governor right now that is being totally under-reported by the media. Some counties looking like they will be upwards of 70% Romney. #s will be played tight via media reports during early hours of election night, but watch for a call by around 8:30 or so for the governor. And that my friend, is when the entire liberal establishment really starts to do the backside pucker. The campaign is leaving off Nevada in favor of Pennsylvania this weekend. Much bigger prize. Romney by upwards of 200 thousand votes. Something a lot of the pundits and pollsters are leaving out on the coverage of Pennsylvania is Governor Corbett. He’s been a major player in that state’s power structure for some time, and was a very popular Attorney General there before winning election as governor in 2010. He knows how to defeat Democrats, been doing it for the last couple decades. Beat his Dem opponent in 2010 by almost 10 points. Great ground game and that will pay dividends for us on Tuesday.

North Carolina: Romney. Early call.

Florida: Romney wins this by about 100,000 votes. The Jewish and Cuban votes are putting him well over the top here. Florida is always a big win for the one who gets it, and this time it’s the governor’s.

Wisconsin: Like McDonnell in Virginia, Walker has really helped with the ground game structure in Wisconsin. Incredible work due largely to that structure already being in place for the recent recall vote. Huge pick-up for the governor. The beginning of the “turn out the lights” moment for the Obama campaign. Romney by 30,000 votes which is a huge reversal from 2008. Something interesting has been happening in Wisconsin the last couple years. Major shift toward conservatism.

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1.
rdgrnrComment by rdgrnr - November 3, 2012, 11:40 am
I like the sound of that.
And I still like the prospects in Ohio if we can prevent the usual large scale voter fraud by the Dems.
Oregon sounds like a stretch though.
2.
emilygComment by emilyg - November 3, 2012, 7:26 pm
Like.
3.
MADDOG10Comment by MADDOG10 - November 3, 2012, 9:00 pm
LOVE IT.....!
4.
sully16Comment by sully16 - November 3, 2012, 11:30 pm
Love it also.

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