WHO Did Mississippi vote for Obama or mc Cain?
In Barack Obama
McCain 56 to 42 %.
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Elly drops her pencil case on the florr. She's done it 18 times in the past few months. She wants freckles so Simone drew them on her. Elly got called ugly so she drew on Brady's face. It is unknown if Maxwell still loves John McCain. Mr. S is so annoying and he's making us do science fair and we al…l hate him!!!!! He is a poo face. We are doing our science fair on radiation. Elly threw my highlighter across the classroom and it hit the ceiling. Brady makes Amanda. S want to be cool (cause she thinks that she is not cool). She is cool, and not a loser like she thinks she is. I love my class, We are all so weird. ( Full Answer )
The number ofelectoral votes for each state is equal to the sum of its number ofSenators and its number of Representatives in the U.S. House ofRepresentatives. Based on the 2010 Census, there are 4 members ofthe U.S. House of Representatives from Mississippi. Therefore,Mississippi has 6 electoral vo…tes. ( Full Answer )
Many people answer questions on this site, so depending on which one of us answers, you will get a different response. Some of us vote Democratic, others vote Republican, and some vote for third-party candidates. There is quite a wide range of views! But what is more important than who some of us ar…e voting for is that you get out and vote. If you are still undecided, both major candidates (Barack Obama and Mitt Romney) have their own websites, on which you can find their accomplishments and plans. ( Full Answer )
US Navy aviator; pilot of an A-4 Skyhawk jet fighter bomber during the Vietnam War.
Yes, any U.S. citizen over the age of 18 can register to vote. In a primary or caucus vote you may only vote within your party but in the Presidential election you may vote for either party's candidate.
In no particular order: Federal funding of stem cell research; closer oversight of the financial services/credit card industry; ratification of the nuclear weapons reduction treaty with Russia; rescue of the US automobile industry; health insurance reform; timetables for bringing our troops home fr…om Iraq and Afghanistan; extension of unemployment compensation; an end to discrimination against homosexuals in the military; assisted in the overthrow of Gaddafi, at no loss of American life. ( Full Answer )
No 'ethinc group' votes for any candidate.. Every group is made of individuals, and individuals vote as they choose.
John McCain is an United States senator. He serves as a senator forthe state of Arizona. John McCain also ran for president in 2008.
Neither they both dimwitted dipsh#&s that dont have a clue on whats going on in our country.
In the 2008 election, Barack Obama defeated his challenger John McCain decisively in both the electoral and popular votes. The 2012 election was slightly more close in the popular vote, but the president won it and he also won the electoral vote by a wide margin (332 to 206) against his challenger M…itt Romney. ( Full Answer )
sen obama has voted to raise taxes up to 42,000 dollars more.. Obama plans to provide a tax cut for 95% of Americans. If you make less than a quarter of a million dollars a year, you won't see your taxes go up. If you make $200,000 a year or less, your taxes will go down.
John McCain graduated from the US Naval Academy in 1958. After that, he became a Naval Aviator. . I got this information from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_mccain
Yes, unless you have been convicted by a Mississippi Court for one of the 21 specific crimes listed. You can vote in Mississippi at all times - even while you are incarcerated. The 21 crimes that bar you from voting are: Armed Robbery Arson Bigamy Bribery Carjacking Embezzlement Extortion Felony B…ad Check Felony Shoplifting Forgery Larceny Murder Obtaining Money Or Goods Under False Pretense Perjury Rape Receiving Stolen Property Robbery Statutory Rape Theft Timber Larceny Unlawful Taking Of A Vehicle ( Full Answer )
You would vote for him if you believe he is moving the country in the right direction; you would vote for him if you believe he would do a better job than his opponent; and you would vote for him if you believe he is the right person to continue moving America forward. In my opinion, yes, because Ob…ama will do many greater things in office than McCain and Palin. I support his views on: - Abortion (pro-choice, but in favor of preventing abortions through sex education) - Foreign Policy (removing troops for Iraq in safe phases and focusing more on troubled areas such as Darfur and problems here in America) - Education (improving funding for schools and providing relief on students going to college) - Gay Marriage (allowing same-sex couples to have the freedoms of a married couple) - Energy (investing in clean energy such as solar, tidal, wind, and nuclear and ending all dependence on foreign policy in ten years) - Health Care (optional government health-care for anyone who wants it or doesn't have health care) BULLCRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!! ( Full Answer )
People voted for Barack Obama because our country was in complete turmoil and need some improvement. I disagree. People voted for him because he was black. I personally don't see how skin color effects the votes. Also, some people don't see that he has put us in debt from his taxes!
they are different because i believe Obama wouldn't follow in bushes past, and mc Cain id following in his foot steps and put us in more poverty
President Obama received a large number of votes, both in popular votes and the electoral college. Obama received 365 electoral votes, and his challenger John McCain received 173. The popular vote was President Obama 69,456,897 and John McCain 59,934,814, respectively. President Obama received the m…ost votes for a presidential candidate in American history. ( Full Answer )
Mr. Barack Obama made promises that appealed to a wide range ofpeople. He courted the younger generation by promising change butdid not state the type of change. Many voted for him based on theirpersonal idea of change.
Some Missourians might have voted for Barack Obama in 2008 but notenough for him to win in that state. The same is also true for theelection of 2012. Barack Obama did not win in Missouri then either.
Returns for the 2012 presidential election showed President Obama leading the popular vote nationally with 62,610,003 tallies (or 50.6 percent) over Republican challenger Mitt Romney, who had 59,133,398 (or 47.9 percent).. Obama led with 332 electoral votes, while Romney trailed with 206..
If he truly believes in the lyrics written for Metallica's . . . And Justice For All, he probably didn't vote at all.
In 2008, Barack Obama received 3 electoral votes from Washington dc In 2012, this has not yet been determined
Because everyone wants someone to take cate of them. Americans (most) are lazy & if they can be supported & never have to work, they will vote for "free" every time. They just are to dumb to see what the consequences were going to be. So very sad!
No he is more of a lady gaga fan but with a little help he might get over his beiber fever and smoke with miley cyrius
I would not vote for Obama. I would thow my vote to my pet first.
In 2008, Barack Obama received 0 electoral votes from Mississippi, which is a state that tends to vote for Republicans. Mr. Obama lost the state's 6 electoral votes to John McCain whom received 724,597 votes to Obama's 554,662 votes. In 2012, the same thing happened, with President Obama receiv…ing none of the state's electoral votes. Mitt Romney won the state, with 710,746 votes to President Obama's 562,949. ( Full Answer )
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It is difficult to answer this question, since Travolta has not publicly discussed his voting choices. Some celebrities, both Republican and Democratic, are very public about who their presidential candidate is, and they will even campaign for that person. But Travolta has not actively campaigned fo…r Mr. Obama, so we do not know whether he was ever a supporter of the president, or what he intends to do when it comes time to vote this time around. ( Full Answer )
1- Obama proved to be the best politician talker ever, as good as Hitler was at it, he would have been an extremely good automobile salesman. Unfortunately when someone is good at talking he is totally useless at everything else. 2- The tendency of young people is to be very lazy, and I believe th…ey were looking for a free ride which the "democrats" keep promising to be elected. Obama was promising to get the money out of the rich to redistribute it... and the dumb ones can't count so they couldn't see that they wouldn't get much from that 3- Obama was amazingly good at repeating the same lies over and over and over again, again just as Hitler did. That really worked with the dumb, they ended up believing everything he said. 4- One think that beats me is why did so many women fall into his trap. It makes me think that a high percentage of women have real problems and maybe this is why they use to occupy a back seat in our old society... Unfortunately this country is now catching up very fast with Europe and if Obama is re-elected it is time for the doers to move elsewhere. There is one last hope if Obama is beaten: he will not continue the destruction and with time maybe we can still recover. The big question is: Is Obama destructing this country on purpose, serving his Muslim friends? Or is he dumb enough not to understand what he is doing as a brainwash victim from his Marxist friends... ( Full Answer )
As a voter you need to decide what type of government you want. Romney is a businessman who is a boss and this will be his approach to government. Added to this is a very narrow view of what the purpose of government is. Obama has an opposite approach to the purpose of government. His approach is th…at government needs to serve the people and to help them have a better life instead of serving the corporate masters that have paid for the Romney campaign. Read what the platform of each party states and then vote for the world you want to live in. ( Full Answer )
President Obama received a total of 332 electoral votes in the 2012 presidential election. As of mid-November 2012, not all of the votes had been counted in at least one state (Arizona), but the total we had at that point for the popular vote was 62,285,005 for Mr. Obama and 58,907,640 for Mitt Romn…ey. ( Full Answer )
Romney because he can handle a country. Obama has agreed to do sereval things he never even attempted to do. Obama has promised to close Gumtomo bay, legalize gay marriage, and allow mexicans easier registration to get into America. Obama hasn't done anything he promised to. He also as spewed severa…l lies during the debate that he called "facts". Obama has also tripled the national debt since Bush was in office. The only thing Obama has done was make Obamacare. Obama just takes the money of hard workers and gives it out with people too lazy to get jobs. Romney will lead the country right. Vote for Romney. ( Full Answer )
Barack Obama got more votes than Mitt Romney did. President Obama received 65,899,660 (51%) popular votes; his challenger Mitt Romney received 60,932,152 (47.2%). So, Barack Obama won the 2012 election by 4,967,508 votes. In the electoral college, Mr. Obama received 332 and Mitt Romney received 206,… so there was a margin of 106 votes there. ( Full Answer )
Although there are still a few votes that have not been counted yet, the total we have is 62,615,406 votes (51%) for President Obama, with 332 electoral votes; and 59,142,004 (48%) votes for Mitt Romney, with 206 electoral votes.
In the 2012 presidential election, President Obama was re-elected with 65,899,660 (51%) popular votes; his challenger Mitt Romney received 60,932,152 (47.2%). President Obama got 332 electoral votes, while Romney trailed with 206.
Barack Obama won both the popular and the electoral vote in the 2012 election. The popular vote totals were Barack Obama: 65,899,660 (51%) and Mitt Romney: 60,932,152 (47.2%). In electoral votes, Mr. Obama had 332 and Mr. Romney had 206.
The only qualification is to be a citizin If you are a citizen you can vote
Mississippi appoints six electors in each pres. election from 2004 through 2020 because its total representation in both houses of Congress is six.
Since millions of people voted for the president, it would be impossible to give you their names; besides, voting is confidential, so we cannot say which people voted for which candidates unless those people publicly said so in the media. (This sometimes happens with celebrities or famous people, wh…o will say they voted for a certain candidate; General Colin Powell voted for President Obama, for example, and said so.) While a majority of the people who voted for Mr. Obama were Democrats (members of the Democratic party), there were also some moderate and liberal Republicans (like Colin Powell) who voted for him too. ( Full Answer )
In the 2012 election, Mitt Romney dominated among certain demographic groups: white males, older voters, and southern voters. Barack Obama dominated among other demographic groups: single women, ethnic minorities (Hispanic-Americans, African-Americans, Asian-Americans), and college students.
President Obama lost Mississippi (a reliably "red" state for decades) to his challenger Mitt Romney. The Republican got 710,746 votes (55.3%) to Mr. Obama's 562,949 votes (43.8%).
By most estimates, President Obama seems to have gotten between 40-43% of the military vote in 2012. But not all the votes are counted, so that figure could change.
There are still a few votes that have not been counted yet, but the total we have is 62,615,406 votes (51%) for President Obama, with 332 electoral votes; and 59,142,004 (48%) votes for Mitt Romney, with 206 electoral votes.
Since voting is confidential, unless someone publicly tells us, we have no way to know. Stephen A. Smith said he voted for Barack Obama in 2008, even though he said he didn't agree with Mr. Obama on everything. But Mr. Smith has not said whether he voted for the president in 2012.
There are a number of reasons why people have voted for President Obama. In 2008, they voted for him because they believed he would do a better job than McCain/Palin, plus they were tired of what Republicans had done (at that point, Republicans were enmeshed in a number of scandals, and people were …frustrated by the war in Iraq). Barack Obama was an eloquent speaker, and people perceived that he would bring change. In 2012, they voted for him because they thought he would do a better job than Mitt Romney. People believed that Romney only cared about the very rich, and would only implement policies that benefited the wealthiest Americans. (Whether that was true or not, that was what the majority believed.) another answer: Added: Why would we have voted for the other choices? Many times this is how people vote in the US as there is no voting down of candidates. The two Presidential choices running against Obama were not acceptable on basically the same grounds. This is a secular Democratic Republic, not a crypto-theocracy. Palin, too close to the Presidency, and Romney were not suitable on these grounds. Read and understand The First Amendment and the Establishment Clause. ( Full Answer )
It's entirely up to the voter who they put their Xon the ballot for ! Just because you don't likethe guy - doesn't give you the right to insult those who voted forhim ! Unless something changed overnight, as far as I'm aware,america is a democratic country. Therefore - people have the rightto vo…te for whoever they want ! ( Full Answer )
In the 2012 election, according to the Gallup Poll, Catholics voted for Barack Obama over Mitt Romney by 52% to 46%. Some polling outfits said it was slightly closer, but Mr. Obama still won, although by 50% to 48% in those other polls. Mr. Obama received 75% of the Hispanic Catholic vote, but saw a… decrease in the white Catholic vote-- that was one demographic Mitt Romney won convincingly, 59% to 40%. ( Full Answer )
It is difficult to answer this question without knowing which Daleyou are asking about. If you are curious about NASCAR star DaleEarnhardt Jr., by most accounts, he is a Republican and probablydid not vote for Mr. Obama. But voting in the US is confidential,and unless celebrities publicly announce t…heir support for acandidate, we have no reliable way of knowing for whom they voted. ( Full Answer )
Mississippi castits 6 electoral votes for Mitt Romney in the 2012 election. The2012 presidential election popular vote totals in Mississippi wereMitt Romney 710,746 and Barack Obama 562,949.
In the 2008 presidential election Barack Obama received 365electoral votes and John McCain received 173 electoral votes.