The Polls Are Open in New Hampshire

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Carnac the Magnificent via Wikipedia

Polls are open, people are voting, and most of us in Georgia are just guessing how the numbers will shake out when the polls close in New Hampshire.  Get your prognosticating devices out and make your predictions below.

For those who may not want to talk about presidential politics, the governor will be delivering his state of the state address tonight at 7p. I’m sure you can tune in on your local GPB station or on the GPB website.  Feel free to discuss what you believe the governor’s agenda will be below in the comments as well.

::UPDATE::

Suffolk University and 7News has released the latest poll for New Hampshire:

Romney 37%
Paul 18%
Huntsman 16%
Santorum 11%
Gingrich 9%
Perry 1%
Roemer 1%
Undecided 7%


14 comments

  1. Massachusetts Liberal & #1 Morman Mitt – 31%
    Mormon #2 and China’s best friend Huntsman – 20.1%
    Wanting us Free and just Won’t Die Paul – 20%
    Wanna-Be King, “Respect My Authoritah!” Newt – 13.1%
    Big Huge Government & My Theocracy is better than Your Theocracy Santorum – 13%
    Whaaa, New Hampshire is not in Texas?… Ooops, Perry – 1.8%

  2. Max Power says:

    All the Governor’s continued talk about tax reform ignores the real problem with Georgia’s economy, and that problem is metro-Atlanta. More than half the states population lives in metro-Atlanta and as you would expect more than half the state’s GDP is generated here.

    Why is that a problem? Because Atlanta is slap full. When I was a kid and Atlanta was basically Coca Cola and the Capital, it was a bargain for northern companies looking to relocate. Now most of that bargain is gone and on top of that you have some of America’s worst traffic, bad air, no water, and no other major metro areas in the state. And here’s the real shame, there’s no easy fix for this mess. Tax reform won’t do it, transportation won’t do it, we may just have to go through another decade of tough times.

      • Max Power says:

        It’s not so easy for some of us. I was born here. I took my dates to the I-85 twin drive in and then returned there saturday for the flea market. I love this stupid city and this stupid state but honestly it’s hard not to look at greener pastures elsewhere.

        • seenbetrdayz says:

          I meant that half-jokingly, no offense.

          Then again, I was born in Macon, GA and my parents were wise enough to move out when I was five. If anyone is familiar with neighborhoods between Broadway and Pio Nono down at Macon’s southern tip, well, I’m just glad I got out of there alive.

  3. Engineer says:

    Random numbers off the top of my head…..

    Romney – 30%
    Paul – 21%
    Huntsman – 17%
    Santorum – 16%
    Gingrich – 14%
    Perry – 2%

    But, we’ll see how it goes. Maybe Huntsman will pull off the upset.

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