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Oklahoma is part of Super Tuesday, so yesterday my Wife and I cast our ballots.
As we left, she wondered how many fellow Republicans bothered to vote, since Trump does not have any notable competition.

Lost in the Iowa Debockle, I heard that more Republicans voted for Trump, than bothered to show up and vote for any previous incumbant.
Today I heard that more Texas Republicans voted for Trump than any other previous Presidential canidate, including the 2008 turn out for Obama.

What have tbe rest of you heard? Is there a great red wave in America?

Is the Media missing the Biggest story out of Super Tuesday?
 

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If anyone at my polling location (just off MLK blvd) voted for Trump, it's time to move.
 

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I dont remember if this was in a particular state or all super Tuesday state... 3x the turnout as any Republican primary.
 

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Ok, i'm confused. I didn't know we could have voted yesterday for Trump. I thought it was just for Democrats. I thought we had to wait until actual election day in Nov to vote for Trump. I would much rather have voted yesterday than wait in line in Nov. Damn.
 
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My wife and I voted in the primary, but there was no one but me in the Supervisor of Elections office when I turned our ballots in. Staff seemed excited they actually had a visitor.
 

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Each of their second terms.

Iowa
Obama: 25,000
Trump: 31,464

Massachusetts
Obama: 127,909
Trump: 229,717

New Hampshire
Obama: 49,080
Trump: 129,696

Oklahoma
Obama: 64,330
Trump: 273,562

Tennessee
Obama: 80,705
Trump: 384,034

Texas
Obama: 518,138
Trump: 1,907,342
 

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Oklahoma is part of Super Tuesday, so yesterday my Wife and I cast our ballots.
As we left, she wondered how many fellow Republicans bothered to vote, since Trump does not have any notable competition.

Lost in the Iowa Debockle, I heard that more Republicans voted for Trump, than bothered to show up and vote for any previous incumbant.
Today I heard that more Texas Republicans voted for Trump than any other previous Presidential canidate, including the 2008 turn out for Obama.

What have tbe rest of you heard? Is there a great red wave in America?

Is the Media missing the Biggest story out of Super Tuesday?
I actually just saw a piece on the news last week about the dominant amount of registered democrats that reside in Oklahoma. We just don't vote for democrats. It's why we have a Super Red Majority and Hillary nor Obama carried a single county the past 2 elections. We got this covered.
 

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Oklahoma is part of Super Tuesday, so yesterday my Wife and I cast our ballots.
As we left, she wondered how many fellow Republicans bothered to vote, since Trump does not have any notable competition.

Lost in the Iowa Debockle, I heard that more Republicans voted for Trump, than bothered to show up and vote for any previous incumbant.
Today I heard that more Texas Republicans voted for Trump than any other previous Presidential canidate, including the 2008 turn out for Obama.

What have tbe rest of you heard? Is there a great red wave in America?

Is the Media missing the Biggest story out of Super Tuesday?
Missed... Ya, I'm sure they "missed" it...
 

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There was one person ahead of me in the polling place and one came in while I was marking my paper ballot. It was about 2:00PM.
 

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Ok, i'm confused. I didn't know we could have voted yesterday for Trump. I thought it was just for Democrats. I thought we had to wait until actual election day in Nov to vote for Trump. I would much rather have voted yesterday than wait in line in Nov. Damn.
It's confusing for sure, and someone correct me if I'm wrong, but this was the primary election, where you vote for the Presidential candidate you prefer for your party. The actual Presidency is decided in the November general election.
 

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It's confusing for sure, and someone correct me if I'm wrong, but this was the primary election, where you vote for the Presidential candidate you prefer for your party. The actual Presidency is decided in the November general election.
I’m not sure about other areas but we also voted for local and state issues.
 

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Which one of the states was it yesterday where the President got more votes than all of the Democrat candidates combined? Maybe it was Texas.
 
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