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Topics: Barack Obama , Electoral Votes , John McCain , Pollster.com

I'll have more details in tomorrow morning's update, but the most obvious news tonight is that our electoral vote count as displayed at the top of our maps finally caught up with the shift in the national trend: Obama now holds a 296 to 163 advantage over John McCain, as both Colorado and Florida shift to the "lean" Obama.

So for at least some, this may be the ideal time to offer you an added feature:  You can embed a version of our small map like the one below on your own blog or website.


Just select and copy all of the code in the box below and paste it into your blog or web site (using the HTML mode):

 

Comments
Joseph E:

Don't celebrate yet.

Obama supporters, let's all remember that 4 weeks is a long time. There is a good chance that McCain will make this race much closer by the end.

Instead of celebrating, let's take this as a reminder to go knock on doors or call friends in swing states. Go to barackobama.com and find how you can help out. Elections are not won in the polls, they are won by hard work on the ground, getting our supporters to register and vote.

Give your time and money, not just your vote.

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Joseph E:

Don't celebrate yet.

Obama supporters, let's all remember that 4 weeks is a long time. There is a good chance that McCain will make this race much closer by the end.

Instead of celebrating, let's take this as a reminder to go knock on doors or call friends in swing states. Go to barackobama.com and find how you can help out. Elections are not won in the polls, they are won by hard work on the ground, getting our supporters to register and vote.

Give your time and money, not just your vote.

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RS:

That's awesome - thanks, Mark!
Any chance we can modify this map, a la the state and national trend maps? [See, give us an inch, and... :-D]

The current state of affairs - Obama up 296-163 and leading (within MOE, of course!) in New Hampshire, Virginia, Ohio, Nevada, and North Carolina (!) should be considered Obama's high-water mark, perhaps after including Indiana. That's 364 EV... But I will be happy with just 270!

But the recent report that the early voting in Ohio was much lower than expected should serve as a warning to all Obama supporters... and encourage the Republicans.

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voteforamerica:

More Embeddable Content:
Embeddable Election Content

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Vicente Duque:


A Big Latino Landslide in the three SouthWest Toss Up States will happen on November 4.

Very serious polls on that area forecast a high turnout of Latinos for Obama. They are very desperate, families with empty bellies feel a lot of pain that will drive them to the Voting Booth for the first time in their lives.

New Mexico, Colorado and Nevada could be swayed to Obama by the Hispanic Vote.

Unemployment, Foreclosures, Immigration, Education of many children, etc ...

Invasion of Crazy Californians :
They are volunteers invading Nevada and knocking doors. Targeting Latinos in Rural and Sleepy areas that traditionally vote Republican and that have been strongly pro Bush.

The Reno and Las Vegas areas are more Democrat and secure for Obama. In my sites I try to gather data about the Economic Pain in the South West as Motivation and drive to Vote.

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See the Latino Data, Polls and Pain here :

Milenials

http://milenials.blogspot.com/


TossUpStates :

http://tossUpStates.blogspot.com/

Vicente Duque

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The current state of affairs Obama the recent report that the early voting in Ohio was much lower than expected should serve as a warning to all Obama supporters... and encourage the Republicans.
Very serious polls on that area forecast a high turnout of Latinos for Obama.

Obama Most fOcus on the Unemployment, Foreclosures, Immigration, Education of many children, etc ...

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