WorldNetDaily columnist Alan Keyes easily won the New Hampshire debate
between Republican presidential candidates last night, according to Internet
voters at the Vote.com website.
Keyes had 50 percent of the more than 8,000 votes as of 1:30 a.m. Eastern
time this morning. George W. Bush collected 25 percent. John McCain was in
third place with 18 percent. Steve Forbes followed with 6 percent and Gary
Bauer and Orrin Hatch each got 1 percent.
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The Vote.com website is run by former Clinton adviser Dick Morris. It was
plagued with slow load times throughout most of the evening following the
debate. Fox News referenced the poll frequently during the evening's
analysis. Morris is a consultant and commentator on the network.
"This is historic," Morris said. "The establishment is zigging, and the
people that watched the debate are zagging. Keyes is the clear winner!"