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Above Post Update AP is calling a defeat of Issue 2 in Ohio. With 18 percent of precincts in No on Issue 2 was recieving 63% of the vote. This is a huge blow to Governor Kasich and the taxpayers of Ohio.

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Voters took to the ballot box today, and some high profile results will be coming in this evening. You can follow Ohio’s Issue 2 and Issue 3 incoming results here.

Virginia state Senate results can be found here.

Mississippi’s Prop 26 which defines life as beginning at conception, results can be found here.

UPDATE: I found another site for Ohio results that seems to be updating a little faster. Columbus Dispatch election results here. Things aren’t looking good for Issue 2. With six percent of precincts reporting, it is being defeated 373,296 votes to 209,448 votes. It’s not all bad news from Ohio, though. Issue 3 is currently winning 359,410 votes to 207,446 votes with 6% of precincts reporting.

UPDATE 2: Results for the recall of AZ state Sen. Russell Pearce can be found here. Results for Phoenix mayoral and city council elections (Wes Gullett, Eric Frederick and Brenda Sperduti are the three Republicans in this non-partisan runoff election) can be found here. Polls close in Arizona at 8:00 Mountain Time (10:00 P.M. EST). H/T to ColdWarrior for the AZ links.

UPDATE 3: Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear (D) easily won reelection over Republican challenger David Williams.

UPDATE 4: Ohio Issue 3 which exempts residents of Ohio from Obamacare has been called by the AP. Ohio has resoundingly rejected Obamacare, while caving to the union propaganda campaign and rejecting SB5.

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  1. I will note that I find it interesting that No on Issue 2 was at 65/35 range when AP called it while Yes on Issue 3 was in the same range with same amount of precincts counted and they haven’t called it. They will wait until every Democrat’s trunk is checked before they admit that the state of Ohio resoundingly rejected Obamacare.

  2. Kentucky folded.

    Governor – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Beshear , Steven (i) Dem 445,990 56%
    Williams , David GOP 279,310 35%
    Galbraith , Gatewood Ind 72,768 9%

    Treasurer – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Hollenbach , Todd (i) Dem 378,657 49%
    Crosbie , K.C. GOP 358,399 46%
    Moellman , Kenneth Lib 36,137 5%

    Agriculture Commissioner – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Comer , James GOP 495,854 64%
    Farmer , Robert Dem 283,942 36%

    Auditor – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Edelen , Adam Dem 424,911 56%
    Kemper , John GOP 332,582 44%

    Secretary of State – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Grimes , Alison Dem 475,450 61%
    Johnson , Bill GOP 306,120 39%

    Attorney General – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Conway , Jack (i) Dem 433,520 55%
    P’Pool , Todd GOP 349,969 45%

    • Thanks, Vassar. I think a great deal of the problem can be placed squarely on the shoulders of the Ohio GOP. There was virtually no outreach to combat the union propaganda. If the Ohio GOP would have set up a way for people to make calls online from their own homes, I am sure plenty of activists across the nation would have assisted in GOTV/messaging.

      I would like to say that the unions bought this win, but it really looks like the Ohio GOP gift wrapped it, and handed it to them.

  1. I will note that I find it interesting that No on Issue 2 was at 65/35 range when AP called it while Yes on Issue 3 was in the same range with same amount of precincts counted and they haven’t called it. They will wait until every Democrat’s trunk is checked before they admit that the state of Ohio resoundingly rejected Obamacare.

  2. Kentucky folded.

    Governor – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Beshear , Steven (i) Dem 445,990 56%
    Williams , David GOP 279,310 35%
    Galbraith , Gatewood Ind 72,768 9%

    Treasurer – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Hollenbach , Todd (i) Dem 378,657 49%
    Crosbie , K.C. GOP 358,399 46%
    Moellman , Kenneth Lib 36,137 5%

    Agriculture Commissioner – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Comer , James GOP 495,854 64%
    Farmer , Robert Dem 283,942 36%

    Auditor – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Edelen , Adam Dem 424,911 56%
    Kemper , John GOP 332,582 44%

    Secretary of State – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Grimes , Alison Dem 475,450 61%
    Johnson , Bill GOP 306,120 39%

    Attorney General – General
    November 08, 2011 – 09:24PM ET
    Kentucky – 3446 of 3578 Precincts Reporting – 96%
    Name Party Votes Vote %
    Conway , Jack (i) Dem 433,520 55%
    P’Pool , Todd GOP 349,969 45%

    • Thanks, Vassar. I think a great deal of the problem can be placed squarely on the shoulders of the Ohio GOP. There was virtually no outreach to combat the union propaganda. If the Ohio GOP would have set up a way for people to make calls online from their own homes, I am sure plenty of activists across the nation would have assisted in GOTV/messaging.

      I would like to say that the unions bought this win, but it really looks like the Ohio GOP gift wrapped it, and handed it to them.

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