Free car ride to 77447 election site on November 4th

By
Real Estate Agent with Prudential Gary Greene, Cypress TX

The map below shows how many electoral votes your state is allowed in the presidental election.

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The map below shows how Bush won the 2004 election.

2004

Bush had 286 electoral votes and Kerry had 251.

The graph below shows the projected numbers for the 2008 election (according to one site).

This Week's Tally
 October 13, 2008 McCain Obama Margin
Projected
Electoral Votes
 169  369  Obama +200
Projected
Popular Vote
 44.85%  53.15% Obama +8.3%

Let me state for the record that these "projections" are about as valid as the National Weather Service guessing how many hurricanes there will be in a given year. The truth is that they don't know, they are just guessing and hope they are right.

Regardless, it is VERY important that EVERYONE get out and vote and be heard in this election. Weither or not the electoral college votes the 'right' way or not is nothing we can control at this date. All we can do is let our vote be counted and pray that God blesses this country in the future.

I will be arranging a carpool to the election site in my area. If you live in the 77447 zip code, please call me to arrange a ride. I only have room for 6 more people.

** to my fellow ARers, make room in your cars and use your gas for a really good purpose. Join me in helping people get to voting booths who otherwise wouldn't make it.

 

 

Comments (3)

Kathy Fisher
Parker Properties - Decatur, TX
Realtor Wise County Texas

I've already volunteered to do just that for older ones in my church and community. SERIOUSLY!

Whatever it takes to get them there, I'm all for it.

Oct 14, 2008 09:22 AM
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Clayton, MO

Thats brilliant Cheri. I've been thinking of doing that myself. :)

Oct 14, 2008 10:34 AM
William Feela
WHISPERING PINES REALTY - North Branch, MN
Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.

I have been doing this for many years.  it helps the elderly and shutins feel like they count!

Oct 14, 2008 12:00 PM