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UPDATE: Instapundit is getting e-mail updates from voting precincts around the nation; just “man on the street”, as it were. The trend seems to be strongly that in heavily Democrat areas turnout is so-far light while in heavily Republican areas turnout is strong. One thing to always keep in mind – as one old general once said when report of a military disaster was brought to him, “the situation is never as bad, or as good, as first reports indicate”. Don’t put too much stock in anything you hear throughout the day – not anecdotal reports, not leaked exit polls, not MSMers saying that “trends” indicate an Obama victory. Until the votes actually start to be counted, no one really knows. The only job you have today is to vote. Do that and let things fall where they may.
UPDATE II: An interesting story about how the early voting went in Ohio.
UPDATE III: From Russ over at Ace of Spades – this is Operation Visine: Get the Red Out!
UPDATE IV: GOP turnout way up in Ohio.
UPDATE V: Huge turnout in Louisiana and Missouri. Why is this important in these certain-to-go-Romney States? Because it is a gauge of GOP engagement…very, very high. Also, it might drag Akin across the finish line and help us gain a Senate majority. Also helps Romney run up the popular vote score in case it does come down to 10 or less electoral votes separating the candidates and no one knows who wins tonight.
UPDATE VI: Early exits show the economy is the number one issue and that people think the economy sucks. Remember: the exits are not the last word on anything. Whatever they say, don’t let them get you elated or down…go vote if you haven’t already. But it is bad news for Team O that Big Bird, lady parts and revenge are not high up on the list of voter concerns…
UPDATE VII: Vigo County, Indiana, a bellweather county (has picked the Pres winner since 1956) has a big swing to Romney.
UPDATE VIII: Right now Romney is winning the popular vote 50% to 48%…
Is Obama worried about the Keystone state? If you weren’t sure before, this says it all.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Obamacare may come today. Thoughts and predictions?
UPDATE: No ruling today… next week it looks like…
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That’s the word. With Newt out, and Ron Paul still irrelevant, we can now officially start looking at Mitt vs. Obama in November.
Blogging from my phone here, so I can’t speak much yet, but please discuss the latest development in the primary.
UPDATE, by Mark Noonan: CBS has the story. Santorum was my guy from back when he was polling 0.005% in the Iowa polls. I never thought he’d get as far as he did and he remains, in my view, the best possible person we could have picked in 2012. But, such is not to be – congratulations to Mitt Romney for a superbly run primary campaign and I look forward to enthusiastically supporting Romney for the rest of the campaign. Obama is doomed and America will be rescued.