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  The OFFICIAL 2013 Election Results Thread (search mode)
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njwes
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« on: November 05, 2013, 07:19:55 pm »

95-5 black voters. That is a shocking stat for the republican party to take in.

Nah that's pretty par for the course for the last 4 decades, give or take 5%
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njwes
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« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2013, 03:13:54 pm »


It's leading by about the same percentage in Westchester County, which is usually a good belwether in statewide elections.  It will pass.  Good jobs will stay in the Adirondacks!  Smiley

Dude... gross.

Yes yes, how dare those conservative white trash country yokels actually get good job opportunities. Whenever these sorts of environmental issues crop up it's a nice reminder that many liberals and leftists don't actually care about working people.

Anyway, the results were pretty predictable. I was actually a bit surprised that Christie broke 60, and VERY surprised at how big the swing was in Hudson County!

The lack of change in the legislature is disappointing but hey, 2 more assembly seats are better than none, and there were actually several seats in both chambers (3 Senate seats in particular) that had very close margins. So despite some pretty efficient gerrymandering, I'd say NJ isn't at, say, VA levels of locked-in seats.
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