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94.3%  | e-mail post

It sounds like there are about 154,000 provisional ballots in Ohio, according to an interview on CNN. (We still need to definitive number from the Ohio SOS.) That means for Kerry to win Ohio, they would need 94.3% of those ballots to be valid and be for Kerry. (Or get 100% of 89% of provisional ballots validated.)

Apparently the Kerry campaign is saying they won't wave the white flag until Kerry winning Ohio is a mathematical impossibility. It's not strictly impossible right now, however, it has passed over absurd and now borders on delusional to think that Kerry can pull that rabbit out of the hat.

And that's not even considering ballots coming in from overseas that is expected to further expand Bush's lead.

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