Statements about Elections
"At nearly 19 million people, the population of Florida is larger than all the earlier primary and caucus states combined."
In the New York 9th District, "there is a large number of people who went to the polls tonight who didn't support the president to begin with and don't support Democrats -- and it's nothing more than that."
The Republican National Convention "is a Super Bowl times four."
Says that U.S. Rep. Allen West is "a constituent of mine."
"Let’s say (Republicans) take away half of our delegates. They’re worth more than Iowa’s, New Hampshire’s and almost South Carolina’s combined."
"Early voting remains at 96 hours."
Says people in Africa "literally walk two and three hundred miles" in order to vote.
"55 percent of the people who cast a provisional ballot (in Florida) in the last presidential election -- their vote did not count."
In early voting in Miami-Dade County, "there is a trickle of two or three people a day at a very high cost to keep those public libraries and polls open."
"Mickey Mouse was registered to vote (in Florida)."
"We have a guy who is going to be speaker of the House in four years, and his name has been on the ballot one time."
"A record number of Hispanics were elected to the U.S House of Representatives..."
Says the person who Florida U.S. Rep. Allen West first hired as chief of staff told people attending a Tea Party rally that, 'We will use bullets if ballots don't work.'
House Speaker Dean Cannon says that freshmen lawmakers account for one-third of the 120-member House, and that two-thirds of the chamber have two years or less experience.
"We have dozens of districts that go for 150 to 200 miles, splitting counties, splintering cities and connecting areas that have very little in common."
"This is the first time a party has picked up multiple seats during a regular election since the mid 1980s, making this the largest majority of any party in more than 25 years."
"Rick Scott got a majority of the Hispanic vote in Florida."
"The Republican who was just elected governor of the great state of Florida paid his campaign staffers, not with money, but with American Express gift cards."
"Liberal out-of-state special interests are spending millions on 5 and 6 to change the way Florida draws its congressional and legislative districts."
"Most" of the newspapers that endorsed Alex Sink also endorsed Barack Obama.
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