How to watch the exit polls in the Vi...

How to watch the exit polls in the Virginia governor's race

There are 138 comments on the The Washington Post story from Nov 5, 2013, titled How to watch the exit polls in the Virginia governor's race. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Here are are five things to look for in tonight's exit polls! Be sure to follow the Post Politics live blog and @postpolls for exit poll analysis through the night.

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#24 Nov 5, 2013
bottlecap wrote:
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A FAIR POINT-----with backing for Jarvis now being tied to the dems; a BIG McAuliffe win in the Virginia governor race would negate that as a factor.
HOWEVER, Not the case, the race was close, so the Jarvis ploy was necessary.
I like how you first invent your conspiracy, then you think what you say makes sense.
bottlecap

Orlando, FL

#25 Nov 5, 2013
Robert Benson is the editor of the "Danville Register & Bee".

I find it remarkable that a newspaper would bypass endorsing a Republican or Democrat for Governor of a State when that candidate has less than 10% of the vote.

A Paper owned by BILLIONAIRE Warren Buffet suddenly endorses a Libertarian. Big Obama donor funnels money into the "Libertarian"'s campaign chest.

Then, Libertarian takes enough votes away from the Republican to give McAuliffe a "victory".
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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#27 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>It's probably a time saving measure to get the Tea Bag excuses together now. It's 7:00 in Virginia, the Polls closed and it looks like landslide for McAuliffe in early returns.

How many time must I say the Tea Bags and Republicans idea have been thoroughly rejected by a large swatch of America.

Republicans are in for another autopsy...... DOA this evening.
HahahahahahahhhhAaaa landslide. Funny little bot. Obama ran one of his bundlers in pretending to be libertarian. With out that con, the conservative wins.
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Since: Nov 08

Paris

#29 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
<quoted text>Ha, the Election in Virginia isn't going to be that close that the 3rd party candidate will factor in the Republicans being thoroughly rejected.
Oops, wrong again.
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Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#31 Nov 6, 2013
Well that's another blow to the idea that Conservatives matter in America, Tea Bag loss in Jersey in their Senate Race last week, and a Tea Bag Republican loss here in Virginia yesterday.

We know for certain the Republicans and Tea Bag Republican Ideas and Politics are thoroughly rejected among American voters.

Learn to Deal with it in that Bubble where you reside.
Le Jimbo wrote:
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HahahahahahahhhhAaaa landslide. Funny little bot. Obama ran one of his bundlers in pretending to be libertarian. With out that con, the conservative wins.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#32 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Oops, wrong again.
That was because Virginians were voting yesterday for anybody on the ballot but an extremist and Tea Party Republican.

Anyone with a degree of practicality but definitely no Tea Party Republican, that's how Christie managed an overwhelming victory in Jersey, a solid Blue State.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#33 Nov 6, 2013
No, it's not classified in Virginia as some big McAuliffe win, it's just a demonstration in practicality, we are behind anyone except an extremist on either's behalf.

The Attorney General is an Tea Party favoring extremist, he buried himself a long time ago, all that was required was for the polls to open before retiring his ambitions in Virginia Politics.

McAuliffe, and the Independent Candidate were not moved in the direction of being an extremist and Virginians voted for anyone listed on the Ballot not identified with the Tea Party Republicans or had an idea of beating back women's rights in any way.
bottlecap wrote:
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A FAIR POINT-----with backing for Jarvis now being tied to the dems; a BIG McAuliffe win in the Virginia governor race would negate that as a factor.
HOWEVER, Not the case, the race was close, so the Jarvis ploy was necessary.
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#34 Nov 6, 2013
Le Jimbo wrote:
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With out that con, the conservative wins.
Well at least the excuse for another loss for the tearepubes is because of dead people. Progress?

You guy still would have lost - candidate too extreme and too crazy.
bottlecap

Orlando, FL

#35 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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That was because Virginians were voting yesterday for anybody on the ballot but an extremist and Tea Party Republican.
Anyone with a degree of practicality but definitely no Tea Party Republican, that's how Christie managed an overwhelming victory in Jersey, a solid Blue State.
BS: and you should know it.

The anti-Fascist Tea Party and the Libertarians are very close in their beliefs and without voter subterfuge on the part of the dems, Terry COULD NOT have won.

"With 99 percent of the vote in, McAuliffe had 47.5 percent of the vote, Cuccinelli 45.9. Libertarian Robert Sarvis had 6.6."

"In the raw vote, McAuliffe had 1,027,453; Cuccinelli 991,562;
and Sarvis 142,818.
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The dems pumped money into the Libertarian Campaign in what is clearly Money-Laundering.
bottlecap

Orlando, FL

#36 Nov 6, 2013
Eric Gustafson wrote:
No, it's not classified in Virginia as some big McAuliffe win, it's just a demonstration in practicality, we are behind anyone except an extremist on either's behalf.
The Attorney General is an Tea Party favoring extremist, he buried himself a long time ago, all that was required was for the polls to open before retiring his ambitions in Virginia Politics.
McAuliffe, and the Independent Candidate were not moved in the direction of being an extremist and Virginians voted for anyone listed on the Ballot not identified with the Tea Party Republicans or had an idea of beating back women's rights in any way.
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Bad news for dems:

http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/terry-m...

"Cuccinelli actually won independents by 9 percentage points, 47 percent to 38 percent, according to exit polls
conducted for a group of media organizations. They made up about one-third of the electorate."

Without the advantage of BILLIONAIRE support and Massive MSM propaganda, Cuccinelli would have clearly won.
bottlecap

Orlando, FL

#37 Nov 6, 2013
Well, hear it is"

http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2013...

"The News & Record, Greensboro's daily newspaper, has been sold to a subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc."

"The move makes BH Media Group one of the larger media players in the Triad market as the owner of the region's two largest daily newspapers."

"Last year, the company purchased the majority of Media General Inc.'s newspapers last year, including the Winston-Salem Journal, Eden News, The Reidsville Review and the Danville (Va.) Register & Bee."
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We NOW KNOW that BILLIONAIRE Warren Buffett was involved in what can only be described as VOTE TAMPERING.

To disguise his true subversive intent, he had his paper back the Libertarian Candidate instead of Terry.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#38 Nov 6, 2013
I believe that McAuliffe won election solely because Cuccinelli was his opponent, meaning that he won only because people were really voting against Cuccinelli, who rescued defeat from the jaws of victory by alienating supporters with his extremist views. All Cuccinelli would have had to do to win is not behave like a backward fascist against just about everyone but old white southern men and the women who remain subservient to them.

The south will rise again, probably, but for now the Union is safe. They do keep regrouping after every defeat, only to reappear with new uniforms to fight another day.
serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#39 Nov 6, 2013
ha ha wrote:
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50%???
As bat shyt crazy as you?
You MUST be hearing voices again, and that's a HUGE symptom of paranoid schizophrenia.
SAUL !! SAUL !! SAUL !!
<< chuckle >>
Well then that makes you a psychotic. And psychotics are the children of Alynsky and progressives. Saul Alynsky lives! the kids who are of a pure progressive state moving to communism, are still dead..
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serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#41 Nov 6, 2013
ha ha wrote:
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"communism" !!
"Alynsky" !!
SAUL !! SAUL !! SAUL !!
"you're doomed if you don't agree with my lunacy !! "
kookoo >> kookoo >> kookoo
<< chortle >>
Their dead! More will die and die everyday! Saul Alinsky lives!
bottlecap

Orlando, FL

#42 Nov 6, 2013
kuda wrote:
I believe that McAuliffe won election solely because Cuccinelli was his opponent, meaning that he won only because people were really voting against Cuccinelli, who rescued defeat from the jaws of victory by alienating supporters with his extremist views. All Cuccinelli would have had to do to win is not behave like a backward fascist against just about everyone but old white southern men and the women who remain subservient to them.
The south will rise again, probably, but for now the Union is safe. They do keep regrouping after every defeat, only to reappear with new uniforms to fight another day.
"...fascist..."????? Terry McAuliffe is a FASCIST and it was a Victory for proponents of BIG FASCIST GOVERNMENT with his win-----you know, like BAILOUTS for International Banksters, Support for Money Laundering Institutions like the World Bank and the IMF, more control of the US Military by the UN, more NSA Spying, Higher Tuitions, more PC Propaganda.

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Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#44 Nov 6, 2013
Reality is a difficult concept for some of you to swallow, point of the fact is that Cuccinelli, the Tea Bag Republican just wasn't good enough to represent the majority voice in Virginia. He did well in small enclaves of Virginia where there is more livestock in the counties than people, but in the population centers he didn't have a chance and won't until we give livestock in the rural areas the right of the vote.

We're not in Love with McAuliffe either, but he's more practical than Cuccinelli and his focus is on the economy and not subjugating the rights of citizens. Virginia believes in the founding principles of America, Individual Freedom, Liberty and Equality of all Men.
bottlecap wrote:
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BS: and you should know it.
The anti-Fascist Tea Party and the Libertarians are very close in their beliefs and without voter subterfuge on the part of the dems, Terry COULD NOT have won.
"With 99 percent of the vote in, McAuliffe had 47.5 percent of the vote, Cuccinelli 45.9. Libertarian Robert Sarvis had 6.6."
"In the raw vote, McAuliffe had 1,027,453; Cuccinelli 991,562;
and Sarvis 142,818.
==========
The dems pumped money into the Libertarian Campaign in what is clearly Money-Laundering.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#45 Nov 6, 2013
You've obviously over analyzed the matter here in Virginia. Cuccinelli if you remember was the first quack to sue in Supreme Court to stop Obamacare. Bad mistake on his behalf, he in doing so was trying to nullify the voice of the people of Virginia who supported President Obama twice.

He pretty much cut his own throat in actions with the challenge to Obamacare and being to vocal and not working towards the concerns of the People in trying to step out onto the national stage.

Not to mention his support for legislation that restricted a woman's right and becoming an interval between a Doctor and his women patients.
bottlecap wrote:
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BS: and you should know it.
The anti-Fascist Tea Party and the Libertarians are very close in their beliefs and without voter subterfuge on the part of the dems, Terry COULD NOT have won.
"With 99 percent of the vote in, McAuliffe had 47.5 percent of the vote, Cuccinelli 45.9. Libertarian Robert Sarvis had 6.6."
"In the raw vote, McAuliffe had 1,027,453; Cuccinelli 991,562;
and Sarvis 142,818.
==========
The dems pumped money into the Libertarian Campaign in what is clearly Money-Laundering.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#46 Nov 6, 2013
Ha.... Bailouts and Banker Support, you're trying to revise the Historical points of America.

Was it not the Republican George Bush who came forward with the bright idea to Nationalize American Banks and other Financial Institutions, while also amending his signature legislation TARP to outfit America's Automobile Industry with Taxpayer Funds and his admonishment to renegotiation worker compensation and benefit packages as the first measure of approval in Nov 2008?
bottlecap wrote:
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"...fascist..."????? Terry McAuliffe is a FASCIST and it was a Victory for proponents of BIG FASCIST GOVERNMENT with his win-----you know, like BAILOUTS for International Banksters, Support for Money Laundering Institutions like the World Bank and the IMF, more control of the US Military by the UN, more NSA Spying, Higher Tuitions, more PC Propaganda.
Eric Gustafson

Virginia Beach, VA

#47 Nov 6, 2013
Is reeks in your post below, the key term in making this some speculatory rant in an attempt to tie the democrats to the infighting within the Republican caucus?

You're desperately trying to situate the Democrats in the middle of the cannibalizing ongoing in the Republican Party.
bottlecap wrote:
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Ron Paul was locked out by the Corporate fascist Media when they mounted a propaganda campaign against him, marginalizing his campaign. As a consequence, his vote totals were surpressed, leaving him with less leverage at the Convention.
He, however, came to Virginia to support Republican Ken Cuccinelli, saying the Robert Jarvis was NO Libertarian. This "election" reeks of Jarvis/Obama collusion.
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kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#49 Nov 6, 2013
bottlecap wrote:
<quoted text>
"...fascist..."????? Terry McAuliffe is a FASCIST and it was a Victory for proponents of BIG FASCIST GOVERNMENT with his win-----you know, like BAILOUTS for International Banksters, Support for Money Laundering Institutions like the World Bank and the IMF, more control of the US Military by the UN, more NSA Spying, Higher Tuitions, more PC Propaganda.
By “fascist,” I was referring to tea partiers’ willingness to sabotage government in an effort to impose their will on constituents who have clearly rejected their will.

My point, however, is that McAuliffe won only because his opponent was behaving like a fascist, not that McAuliffe is a shining example of American politician ideals. He was elected as the lesser of two evils.

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