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RE: Michigan for Trump?
(10-17-2020 07:54 PM)UofMstateU Wrote:  
(10-17-2020 07:30 PM)CardinalJim Wrote:  
(10-17-2020 07:24 PM)Bronco14 Wrote:  Yep, Kayleigh does indeed seem to be wrong.

Looks like in most swing states the Democrats are winning, but they don't seem to be running away w/ it unless all the Unaffiliated are voting Blue

I’m not sure she’s wrong. Her tweet mentions that “Party Registration is modeled by TargetSmart from multiple commercial sources”.

I’m not sure we can see that info from the Dashboard.

The campaign probably subscribes to a paid feature from targetsmart which is doing this for them. THe number of votes both on the dashboard and on her page are about the same, so it cant be requests vs votes. Its votes on both.

You're right. 1,416,342 (Kayleigh) vs "At least 1,416,342" (the dashboard).

10-17-2020 08:02 PM
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RE: Michigan for Trump?
Crowd tonight in MI was YUGE!!!! The WI crowd looked pretty good to. How does Trump do it? Biden struggles to speak to a massive crowd of 7, before taking a week off, while Trump does to major rallies in one day before flying home to sleep in his bed.
10-17-2020 08:46 PM
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