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Sure local Democrats and candidates for the House of Delegates can run far ahead of the statewide ticket, but the floor for the Democratic Party is dropping by so much even with a large crossover these candidates still usually come up short.

Carl Mann

Agree, but Florida, Ohio and Virginia only add up to 60 electoral votes. Add that to Romney's 206 and he's still 4 votes shy of 270. That's why they call this a landslide victory for Obama. He could have lost all 3 and still been reelected.


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