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MR. KAYNE WEST
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« on: November 06, 2006, 11:30:19 am »

New Poll: Texas Governor by Other Source on 2006-11-05

Summary: D: 22%, R: 39%, U: 21%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details

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« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2006, 03:12:32 pm »

Likely voter polls can not accurately measure a race with such odd dynamics. Early voting has increased 24% since 2002 which is the primary reason I remain optimistic.
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« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2006, 08:26:40 pm »

I cast my ballot on the first day of early voting.

As did I. Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2006, 08:53:14 pm »

Likely voter polls can not accurately measure a race with such odd dynamics. Early voting has increased 24% since 2002 which is the primary reason I remain optimistic.
This varies wildly by county.  For the 15 largest counties, which represent 60% of the statewide vote, early voting was up 5.5%.

Fort Bend +46%
Collin +23%
Galveston +22%
Nueces +21%
Denton +19%
Harris +15%
Williamson +13%
Montgomery +11%
Dallas +6%
Bexar +5%
Tarrant -0%
Travis -7%
El Paso -20%
Hidalgo -29%

Basically you had a huge increase to vote against what's his name in TX-22; population growth in the suburbs, and a bid drop off along the border since Sanchez isn't running.
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« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2006, 09:27:47 pm »

Likely voter polls can not accurately measure a race with such odd dynamics. Early voting has increased 24% since 2002 which is the primary reason I remain optimistic.
This varies wildly by county.  For the 15 largest counties, which represent 60% of the statewide vote, early voting was up 5.5%.

Fort Bend +46%
Collin +23%
Galveston +22%
Nueces +21%
Denton +19%
Harris +15%
Williamson +13%
Montgomery +11%
Dallas +6%
Bexar +5%
Tarrant -0%
Travis -7%
El Paso -20%
Hidalgo -29%

Basically you had a huge increase to vote against what's his name in TX-22; population growth in the suburbs, and a bid drop off along the border since Sanchez isn't running.

I know it's a biased source, but where are these guys getting their numbers from?

http://getkinky.org/?p=108
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