I think the data in the article support VT.
While GOP turnout was up compared to 2012, Democratic turnout was down compared to 2008. (In 2012 Obama was running for re-election so there was no Democratic primary.)
Voter ID laws disproportionately affect low-income minority voters, that is, voters who are more likely to vote for Democrats. That's why Republican legislatures pass them whenever they can. The usual excuse is to prevent "vote fraud" but there is overwhelming evidence that there is vanishingly little actual fraud in American elections. "Vote fraud" is a fig leaf to cover vote suppression.
Republicans know that they are outnumbered by both Democrats and Independents. So there best shot at winning is to prevent as many potential Democratic voters from getting to the polls as possible.
In the minds of many Republicans--including you, I suspect--poor people and minorities shouldn't be allowed to vote anyway. For many Republicans, limiting the franchise to land owners, as we did in the early days of the Republic, would be just fine. Since that's not legal or likely to become legal any time soon, the next best thing is to discourage Democrats from going to the polls.
Steven, I don't know about that but I am trying to do a study about why you are posting under so many different names?
Richard, nothing like throwing good money after bad. After the reverse split it will be shorted down again and you will have an opportunity to buy shares even cheaper.
So I guess "Chippy" should have said screw J&J & Dr. T and released a PR with data that they haven't made public yet. Wayne, you are an complete dope.
Where does it say the N=200 is fro Interim results ? Answer: Nowhere.
"Approximately 200 patients will be enrolled across North America,
Europe, and Asia (Figure 3) according to key inclusion and exclusion
Management did another round of buyings again as well. Barry Mence purchased 39.666 shares, Stuart Silcock purchased 10.000 shares and Arif Karimjee purchased 8.334 shares. They purchased for 122.6 pence. Mence now holds close to 20 percent.
In general free float is declining rapidly. I'm quite certain that also DevFactory is purchasing shares. Think they only need to report again when they have 10% (last year around this time they reported 5.22%).
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The Mazda 626 loon chimes in. Thanks for the contribution. And make sure there are no "scientific" discussions here as that would not be appropriate.
steven, there has to be a story behind your use of so many different names. Will you fill us in? Thanks in advance.