2016 Presidential Election by Precinct written by Jeanine Martin April 15, 2017 It appears President Trump was popular across the nation. 2016 Presidential Election by Precinct was last modified: April 15th, 2017 by Jeanine Martin 2016 election by precinct 9 comments Jeanine Martin Also known as Lovettsville Lady, I am a Republican activist in the wilds of western Loudoun County. Your life will be better if you click one of these Joe Lieberman withdraws from consideration for FBI... May 29, 2017 Very sad news, former RPV Chairman Pat... May 28, 2017 Nine places in Virginia you don’t want... May 28, 2017 Bob Thomas’s support for opponent Susan Stimpson May 28, 2017 Sologamy–the sad trend you’ve never heard of May 28, 2017 Charlottesville Fascists Harass White Nationalists May 27, 2017 There will be no sales tax increase... May 27, 2017 Will “Old Europe” respond to “New threats?” May 27, 2017 Lt. Governor candidate wants to remove all... May 26, 2017 Memorial Day 2017 May 25, 2017 mezurak Quick! Tear up I 95 before the illness spreads. The last thing Virginia needs is more infrastructure if you want a red state. AnninVA26 Virginia hasn’t been a red state for quite a while. We’ll probably nominate a moderately-republican candidate Gillespie for governor and HOPE that Sanders-supported socialist Perriello can be beaten. Kaine and Warner – the “moderates” who vote the party line. Chris k Was popular, just not with as many people. ameri…canwork It appears that any Americans had voted for Trump. Many probably to bring manufacturing back to America. At our Gubernatorial debate the discussion of inland ports was big. No talk of this rail being in to move American/Virginan manufactured product to the coast to export that we should be expecting, hugh why? Was it all horse crap? This rail that the Gubernatorial candidates discussed will be used to bring in more poor quality product from China not product out! If it were the candidates would be talking about the expected growth in manufacturing from Trump policy. Apparently our Va Republicans are not in touch with the higher up R’s . A taxpayer import rail running two times s day to our coast for consumption not for employment. Yea Wagner you have been there no doubt. If he was Governor I bet imports grow. Corey Stewart helped Trump in these Va counties voting red , Wagner /Gillespie not so much. An import rail, gee we can all be truckers, then be attacked by Republicans because we join the Teamsters. mezurak Why believe any of this stuff? Soon there will be drone trains and trucks delivering Chinese junk to the heartland. There’s few products on the return trip. It’s easy to confirm. Google map the ports and look at the pictures. Which way are the trucks and trains pointed, toward the ship or toward the interstate? Of course, none of this will be true. Because Americans have nearly maxxed out their credit cards trying to maintain the current lifestyle much less a future one. Debt is a four letter word that trumps freedom. On the dead end road to Pleasure Island, there is no escape from this game when you ignore the clues. ameri…canwork So correct. The discussion on broadband is lame also . We need broadband to build manufacturing business, Yea for those call centers paying college grads $8.00 hr. So we subsidize infrastructure projects allow illegal aliens to do the work, we then subsidize the broadband installation for cheap paying call centers. Now we import product to consume with the poor paying jobs. Where did all those tax dollars go to major construction companies buying Kamatsu over Cat using illegal aliens , to the communication companies and to logistics and importation companies. Conservative job growth a nutshell. And oh so correct about personal debt! mezurak Internet Broadband is being expanded to handle the massive amounts of data supplied by the upcoming Internet of Things. Many of those ‘things’ will allow more data collection and monitoring actions by government agencies. My friend said he installed a new whole house security system that he can watch from his iPhone. I don’t think he took into account that his new webcams could become the next Joe’s Junk Jungle incidental interception newsreel highlight…. nor even the possibility that he just provided a less intrusive way for the dishonest to case his joint. Edward N Virginia That is a pretty stupid map with a stupid comment about what it means. Better maps here from University of Michigan that include distortions of the states’ size by numerous factors that provoke insightful and meaningly – rather than stupid – discussion: distortions by population distortions by electoral votes distortions by counties’ urban destiny distortions by counties mixtures of ‘red’ and ‘blue’ voters Using these maps -designed by more complex data than this stupid map – we see that Republicans won the election ONLY because of electoral votes, urban growth is changing the country dramatically whether Republicans like that or not, and that far out from strongly Democratic urban centers there are well mixed Republican and Democratic urban and urbanizing counties while there are relatively few and small strongly Republican counties http://www.businessinsider.com/2016-election-results-maps-population-adjusted-cartogram-2016-11/#heres-the-basic-electoral-college-map-with-states-that-hillary-clinton-won-in-blue-and-states-that-donald-trump-won-in-red-assuming-that-trumps-narrow-lead-in-michigan-continues-to-hold-1 mezurak Keep It Simple Sam. You don’t need complex data and confusing maps to know that those little blue dots metastasize into bigger problems. The solution to those dots is not contained in a republican party platform made up of electoral resume keywords and hashtags.