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2004 US Presidential Election
November 03, 2004
Iowa | 2073 of 2079 (99%) Precincts

GEORGE W. BUSH ® (i) 741,325 50%

JOHN KERRY (D) 725,700 49%

What can I say? I was just plain wrong about this. I honestly thought Kerry was going to carry Iowa.



Posted by Buster at November 3, 2004 06:59 AM | TrackBack
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I was not confident, but I live in Cedar Rapids, the last few days before the election, more signs started popping up in yards. I drive to work through a working class neighborhood and I started counting them on my waay to work each morning and they were running 3-to-1 for Bush.
Still it was a tense night at the election party I was at last night, ;-)

Posted by: Dan Kauffman [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 3, 2004 08:07 AM

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