Blog Posts - Electoral College



We the People

Husband woke up at 4:45 this morning and got up to follow reporting on the US Presidential election returns. I went back to sleep and didn’t join him until a more civilized 5:45 am, but regardless, there we were, foregoing much-needed sleep to...
by Adventures in Expat Land on Nov 7, 2012

Congratulations President Obama. So Now What?

  As of 11:45 pm, with Ohio called for the Obama-Biden ticket, while the states of Virginia, and Florida remain too close to call, President Obama has received 290 electoral votes and secured himself a second term in the White House.  For mysel...
by White House 2012 on Nov 7, 2012

My prediction…

For what it’s worth… (11) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario...
by Trashy's World on Nov 6, 2012

Electoral Map

Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker Huffington Post Electoral Map projects President Obama getting 277 electoral votes and Governor Romney receiving 191.  A candidate needs to receive 270 electoral votes in order to win.  Click th...
by The Political Social Worker on Nov 6, 2012

Forward! Obama Wins 2nd Term

Rachel L. West, MSW, LMSW The Political Social Worker Ohio has put Obama over the needed 270 electoral votes. He will serve a second term.
by The Political Social Worker on Nov 6, 2012

Current Electoral College Totals

11:31 pm EST Filed under: Election Night...
by White House 2012 on Nov 6, 2012

US Elections: 5 Reasons – Why Mitt Romney Should Be The President Of United States

US Elections: 5 Reasons – Why Mitt Romney Should Be The President Of United States The polls, exit polls and initial results predict a narrow victory for current president Barack Obama. But polls are a margin of error, and Fred Barnes of The We...
by Hiblarious Magazine on Nov 6, 2012

'Electoral Dysfunction' Highlights Peculiarities in American Voting System

Electoral Dysfunction »Market, Full Name, Day, Date, Time. Albany-Schenectady, WMHT World, Mon, 11/5/12, 2:00PM. Albany-Schenectady, WMHT World, Mon, 11/5/12, 6:00PM. Albany-Schenectady, WMHT World, Mon, 11/5/12, 8:00AM. Al... Electoral Dysfun...
by Henry Sullivan on Nov 5, 2012

The Pennsylvania Pivot: Closeness of Race in PA Proves President Obama is in Trouble

While many polls and the members of the media reading them have led us to believe that this Tuesday’s presidential election is going to be one of the closest in history, what we are witnessing is probably the most misleading narrative since the Ch...
by White House 2012 on Nov 4, 2012

89% Chance for Romney to Win as White House 2012 Projects Him to Get 305 Electoral Votes

   White House 2012′s final analysis of polls, trends, and circumstances on the ground in individual states, projects Mitt Romney to win in the Electoral College with 305 electoral votes to President Obama’s 233 electoral votes. furt...
by White House 2012 on Nov 4, 2012

Commentary: Why the Electoral College System Makes Little Sense Today

Commentary: Why the Electoral College System Makes Little Sense Today »Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth, center, carries a ballot box containing the 12 Massachusetts electoral votes for Vice President Al Gore during the Electoral Col...
by Henry Sullivan on Nov 1, 2012

Guide For Watching Election Night Results

     The following is a schedule of the times that polls close in each of the states and the District of Columbia.  Many states are in between time zones.  This means that polls in certain parts of these states close an hour earlier than in oth...
by White House 2012 on Nov 1, 2012

ELECTIONS - Should the 'Electoral College' Go?

"Sick of Hearing About “Swing States”? Blame the Electoral College" PBS Newshour 10/29/2012 Hundreds of millions of Americans will cast their ballots this November, and while many might think they're voting for Barack Obama or Mitt Romney on El...
by Mage Soapbox on Oct 31, 2012

Romney Projected to Win the Electoral College With 301 Votes to Obama’s 237

New analysis gives Romney a 66% chance to win while President Obama finds himself with a 31% chance to win.  Study also shows that as the race tightens in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, President Obama cannot win relection without winning all th...
by White House 2012 on Oct 31, 2012

Philly Inquirer Poll Has Obama Dropping To Under 50%

The latest Philadelphia Inquirer poll only polled 600 people, and we don’t know the D/R/I split. For all we know it could have a D+10 sample. But it’s still notable that President Obama has dropped to under 50% in this poll. He now leads...
by The Lonely Conservative on Oct 27, 2012

Romney Holds Lead In Electoral College as Ohio Now Becomes Do or Die for the President

New analysis gives Romney a 53% chance to win while President Obama finds himself with a 44% chance to win. Meanwhile the newest analysis also shows that Ohio is do or die for the President while Wisconsin becomes a possible make or break state fo...
by White House 2012 on Oct 25, 2012

Presidential Debate Obama and Romney Views on Foreign Policy

Final Presidential Debate Obama and Romney Different Views on Foreign Policy: The U.S. president, Barack Obama, and the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, have opposed their views on foreign policy in a third and final election debate, which, like th...
by News Update on Hubsub Post on Oct 23, 2012

Presidential Debate Obama and Romney Views on Foreign Policy

Final Presidential Debate Obama and Romney Different Views on Foreign Policy: The U.S. president, Barack Obama, and the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, have opposed their views on foreign policy in a third and final election debate, which, like th...
by News Update on Hubsub Post on Oct 23, 2012

Trunkline 2012: Today’s News from the Campaign Trail

   Monday’s election news wrap-up provides readers with a look at; what the candidates need to do in tonight’s debate, the importance of Wisconsin and New Hampshire to a Romney victory, CBS declaring a winner in the election, Republi...
by White House 2012 on Oct 22, 2012

Recovering Your Voice

Recovering Your Voice, elections decided by the electoral college...
by Make Houston Great on Oct 22, 2012


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