More Proof There Was No Landslide


North Carolina had the highest increase in voter turnout, according to a report released Thursday.

WASHINGTON (CNN) – A new report from American University’s Center for the Study of the American Electorate concludes that voter turnout in Tuesday’s election was the same in percentage terms as it was four years ago — or at most has risen by less than 1 percent.

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The report released Thursday estimates that between 126.5 and 128.5 million Americans cast ballots in the presidential election earlier this week. Those figures represent 60.7 percent or, at most, 61.7 percent of those eligible to vote in the country."

Excerpt, read the rest here: VOTER TURN-OUT SAME AS 2004...

I gotta be honest, this doesn't seem like a revolution to me. It sounds like a turn around for the democrats, and a failure for the republicans to be sure, but not a revolution. Hey GOP, listen, give us conservatives to rally around in 2010, and 2012, and they will get elected.


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