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Sure of yourself right on -- so there's this issue nine to 69 day because the question is how do you get there I didn't have possibility.
And that's a late night process how that adds up outside you know -- -- I have to lay dead sits just of this so late life okay here's how we -- Okay on the map behind us here -- -- -- what if scenario that's been set up an established that we can figure out who gets the electoral votes remember you need to seven when the White House.
At the moment we have eleven battleground states that are just too close to call but the president at 201 of 270 governor Romney won 91 of two -- -- -- If you make the case.
That traditionally Republican states states have voted for George Bush in 2000 again in 2004.
And put that and governor Romney's column.
Then you start to see this scenario developing where we can develop into Martha Regis that is a very late night.
Also what I wanna show you here's the importance of Ohio especially.
To Barack Obama OK here we go so the Republican count now is -- 191.
Watson numbers change if he takes Florida 29.
If governor Romney takes North Carolina is fifteen -- he takes Virginia at thirteen so now -- at 248 okay.
Some of the -- it to a one let's say he takes the traditionally democratic states since 1988 at Pennsylvania point eight.
And then give President Obama.
Ohio's eighteen electoral votes now is -- to 39.
So how we gonna balances out again and find this scenario we get the 269.
One for George Bush so -- about the governor Romney.
Went for George Bush but it'll -- all those states in this map he's only 263 governor Romney it's.
So let's come back to the president now see this an error for him.
Michigan has voted democratic for several decades now we'll give the the -- sixteen electoral votes -- the president there.
It was razor -- Democrats won both times but really by point three.
And point 4% of the overall -- say that -- Democrat.
So the president now is it to 65 to 263.
What puts the president's.
And if that's the case then how does governor Romney tie him he would have to win the only state left in our scenario on the map.
And that's six electoral votes in the state.
Of Iowa and that's how you get to 69 to 269 -- Martha bass and all the polling right now all the information the data we have.
This is possible.
In his past month.
Yes and then there have been folks have been talking about that scenario for a couple of months I have been you -- -- doesn't like it could be possible what happens that if it's 2692629.
Crazy funky stuff goes -- It goes to the house -- represented -- whomever has the majority they vote on the president and him who met whomever has the majority in the senate would then vote.
On the vice president how -- -- Romney Biden ticket.
After all this that and the -- thing.
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