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November 2, 2004
Michigan And Wisconsin Both Lean Kerry

The vagaries of the random precinct reporting have moved the states of Wisconsin and Michigan to the Kerry leaners, according to the AP. With the urban precincts starting to report heavily, the votes originally swung significantly towards Kerry, but have gradually moved back towards the center. That puts all of the Upper Midwest as Kerry-leaners, at this point, which is where they went in 2000.

Flash: ABC just called Florida for Bush. That puts us up to 235 or so electoral votes ...

UPDATE: Wisconsin continues to push back towards Bush. Kerry now only has a 1% edge over Bush with 47% of precincts reporting. If Milwaukee and Madison have reported in, the state may go back to leaning Bush in the next hour...

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at November 2, 2004 10:47 PM

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