Lots of good numbers for Hillary
by TeresaInPa, Tue May 13, 2008 at 07:24:08 AM EDT
I know that the Obama paid bloggers and volunteers are all over here saying the race is over, but it's not. So here are some interesting numbers for all of us to chew on.
Tonight should be very interesting. I hear there is same day registration to vote? I wonder how many people will register and vote today?
I also hear that MI has reached an agreement with the Democratic party and it will be announced soon. That could just be rumor.
By the Numbers: A new ABC News/Washington Post poll shows that more than six in 10 Democrats 64 percent say Clinton should remain in the race.A USA Today Poll also shows a majority of Democrats want Hillary to continue.
On the Air: In a new radio ad, Hillary encourages West Virginians to get out and vote: We can pick a president. After all, no Democrat has been elected president without winning West Virginia for almost a hundred years.
Clinton Fever Hits Bowling Green Clinton fever has come to Bowling Green . Kentucky for Hillary opened a new office and held an open house Monday. Crowds turned out to show support for their favorite candidate. A candidate they hope will stand out in Kentucky next week "The woman has a lot of purpose, said Barbara Burns, a Clinton supporter. "She wants to serve our country as best she can, and I believe she can do that as president.
SD Endorsement Watch: Yesterday, 41 former South Dakota state legislators and constitutional officers endorsed Hillary for President. With over 330 years of combined experience, they believe that South Dakotans need a President who will stand with them. Former State Representative Al Waltman said, Hillary Clinton has real solutions to our economic problems and she has the experience and resolve to make those plans a reality. Read more
On Tap: This Friday and Saturday, Hillary returns to the Beaver State , where she will meet with Oregonians from across the state.
Pushing back against political punditry, more than six in 10 Democrats say there's no rush for Hillary Clinton to leave the presidential race - even as Barack Obama consolidates his support for the nomination and scores solidly in general-election tests.
The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that while a majority of likely Democratic voters want Sen. Barack Obama to be the nominee, most don't think Sen. Hillary Clinton should get out of the race.
Despite Obama's advantage in delegates and popular vote, 64 percent of Democrats in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll say Clinton should remain in the race. Even among Obama's supporters, 42 percent say so.
And finally here is what is happening in Fl.
Note: The popular votes in Florida have already been certified by
election officials, and officially tallied by the Secretary of State.
With no campaigning, there were 996,158 more Democrat voters in 2008
than in 2004
With no campaigning, there were 1,198,004 more Democrat voters in 2008
than in 2000
Total Voter Registration in 2008 for the Presidential Preference was
10,203,112. Turnout was 4,268,602. 41.8% turnout rate
Total Voter Registration in 2004 for the Presidential Preference was
3,916,207. Turnout was 786,203. 20.1% turnout rate
Total Voter Registration in 2000 for the Presidential Preference was
6,941,509. Turnout was 1,341,844. 19.3 % turnout rate
Facts, charts and Graphics here
http://www.diversit yj.com/Florida20 00to2008. html
These are facts folks, please do not counter with nonsense talking points.