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Re: More Election Talk
Reply #10 - 11/12/16 at 08:17:14
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Many conservatives didn't think Trump was a true conservative based on his past stance on the issues. Many Evangelicals weren't happy with the Billy Bush fiasco. They voted 3rd party or stayed home. 

The good news is he has 4 years to prove himself to these voters.  If President Trump does what Candidate Trump promised he'll get close to 400 electorial votes in 2020.  If he forgets all of his campaign promises he won't even win the primaries.  For the sake of our country, lets hope for the former.
  
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Reply #11 - 11/12/16 at 08:23:52
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Mr Mojo Risen wrote on 11/12/16 at 08:17:14:
Many conservatives didn't think Trump was a true conservative based on his past stance on the issues. Many Evangelicals weren't happy with the Billy Bush fiasco. They voted 3rd party or stayed home. 

The good news is he has 4 years to prove himself to these voters.  If President Trump does what Candidate Trump promised he'll get close to 400 electorial votes in 2020.  If he forgets all of his campaign promises he won't even win the primaries.  For the sake of our country, lets hope for the former.



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Many conservatives didn't think Trump was a true conservative based on his past stance on the issues. Many Evangelicals weren't happy with the Billy Bush fiasco. They voted 3rd party or stayed home. 


Yes, 3rd party did tic up a bit. Was it enough here ?

Trump drew massive crowds and inspired many.
  
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Reply #12 - 11/12/16 at 08:33:52
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Two very unpopular candidates.  The good news is there are still a lot of votes out there.

Now let's focus on Hillary's total vs Obama.
  
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Reply #13 - 11/12/16 at 08:40:47
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killermccoy wrote on 11/12/16 at 08:33:52:
Two very unpopular candidates.  The good news is there are still a lot of votes out there.

Now let's focus on Hillary's total vs Obama.


Boy, that was a good job of 'softening it up' Killer! Cheesy

You're right about her count, low.

Ironically, Obama had about 5 million votes less in 2012 than he did in 2008
  
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