Tuesday, November 4, 2008

GUAM GOES FOR OBAMA

No electoral votes for Guam, but it has a good record of predicting the presidential race with its preference tally. Obama got about 20,000 votes while McCain got 10,000. Here's the past record as reported by the DC Examiner:

Before President Reagan crushed Walter Mondale in 1984, he won by a landslide in Guam.

In 1992, Guam's straw poll said President George H. W. Bush only deserved one term.

In 1996 Guam re-elected President Clinton by a wider margin than the states.

In Guam, George W. Bush barely snuck past Al Gore in 2000.

W beat John Kerry with ease in 2004.

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