Just got a second while the precincts are coming in. Right now, there are 60% of the precincts reporting with Brad right at around 40% of the vote. While this does not look good, the four largest conservative counties have yet to post their results, and the early and asbentee ballots won't be added until the end of the reporting. In that case, we are told that Brad has a considerable advantage in the early/absentee polling. On another note, we are hearing that there are major problems in Peach County, the same county we were told that Brad's name was not on the ballot. Now we are told that the absentee ballots were too big to go in the slot and are having to slowly and methodically count the early votes. In Brad's own county, Early county, Brad has already received the most conservative votes in the history of the 2nd Congressional District race. Here at the election party, the atmosphere is warm, enthusiastic, and hopeful. While everyone realizes that Brad is not slated to win this election, everyone is convinced that this election will make a statement and set a precedent for future elections to come. From the beginning, Brad has always looked at this election campaign as a learning experience and an opportunity to represent the people of his disctict. Whether he wins or loses, there is no question that both Brad has gained a lot of experience and the people of his disctict have come to love and respect him for a young man full of passion and conviction who desires to represent Georgians with proven character and principled leadership. Later tonight I will post another update when all the precincts come to a close. We are expecting the media to arrive shortly, and the party is continuing. Until then, let us pray for our country and our leaders that they would govern this nation according to a worldview and value system as we are "one nation under God."