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Quinnipiac Early Votes Polls: Clinton Crushing Trump

If Quinnipiac is correct, there are a lot of Republicans and Independents voting early for Clinton

<snip>Among voters who have already turned in their ballots in Ohio, Clinton leads by 26 points — 58 percent to 32 percent, according to the Quinnipiac poll. More than 1.2 million voters have already turned in their votes in Ohio, according to the data firm Catalist in conjunction with CNN.

In North Carolina, Clinton is also running roughshod over Trump in early voting results, according to Quinnipiac. The Democrat holds a 22-point early voting lead in that important state, Quinnipiac found, 58 percent to 36 percent.

In Florida — whose 29 electoral votes are along with New York’s 29 the third-most of any state — Clinton holds a smaller early voting lead, 48-42, a six-point margin in votes already cast, the Quinnipiac survey found. <snip>

Link:
http://heavy.com/news/2016/11/early-voting-results-hillary-clinton-donald-trump-polls-quinnipiac-north-carolina-ohio/

Iowa Cop Killer Had a Trump Sign in His Front Lawn

<snip>The man charged with gunning down two Iowa police officers while they sat in their cars has a history of arguing with the police over the confederate flag and harassing African Americans. In addition, he had a Trump sign posted in the front yard of the home he shared with his mother and recently obtained a restraining order against her.

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/3670072/iowa-cop-shooter-scott-michael-greene-was-angry-with-police-over-confederate-flag-had-trump-sign-on-his-front-lawn-and-restraining-order-against-his-mother/ <snip>


The Polls are a Lagging Indicator. Don't Worry

Election polls, even daily tracking polls, measure the electorates' feelings that are 3 or 4 days old.

The Comey "Bombshell" scared the shit out of everyone. It was over hyped by the Press. Those overdone emotional responses have subsided as the real story is that James Comey overreacted to try to cover his ass and protect his "integrity". He probably accomplished the opposite.

The polls tomorrow will start to stabilize and by the end of the week, return to form. By form, I mean a Clinton lead of between 5 or 6 points, nationally and about 305 EV.

Don't forget, Hillary's opponent looks way more like Mussolini than a normal candidate. That's a situation that most American's agree on.

Let's just calm down and get out the vote.
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