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Polls: Obama Stays Ahead in Ohio, Deadlocked With Romney in Fla.

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Ohio, polls, Florida, elections, candidates, Obama, politics )

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Three days until Election Day, President Barack Obama maintains his lead in the key battleground state of Ohio and is locked in a close contest with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Florida, according to new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/...

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Pat A. (116)
Saturday November 3, 2012, 4:51 am
Am praying hard that everyone see that President Obama is the only hope - and that Rmoney would plunge America into the same condition as 1930s Germany - if not war with Iran (which he has supported). Vote for President Obama who has abandoned campaigning to care for victims of Hurricane Sandy whereas Rmoney would destroy FEMA and let 47% of the population rot - if not 99%!!

Anne P. (251)
Saturday November 3, 2012, 6:26 am
As Rachel Maddow explained on her show last night, Romney is only doing well in Florida because of Gov. Rick Scott's extreme voter suppression efforts. Pathetic and unconstitutional!

Elizabeth M. (68)
Saturday November 3, 2012, 8:58 am
Noted with thanks Carrie.
I watched the video also. I am just concerned about votes Obama may lose on the east coast. What a huge hurricane to happen so close to election time, but Obama abandoned his campaign as a President should to go and see for himself, and to help to get the ball rolling with FEMA etc. I hope that those that were affected will get the chance to get out and vote. God Bless all of these people who are suffering. I can only imagine, as I have never been through a hurricane.

Florence Eaise (132)
Saturday November 3, 2012, 2:08 pm
im suprized to hear that Romney is ahead in Florida, especially with all the retired seniors living there they should be VERY worried about their medicare

Jae A. (321)
Saturday November 3, 2012, 3:48 pm
Florence...pollsters don't go into lower income minority neighborhoods and their zip an area codes are skip'd way too often when conducting these polls. Another fact is that too many seniors stay too uninformed due to watching Fox News...not realizing it's nothing more than a propaganda network for Rightwing Guano. The internet for too many seniors is just for sending and receiving email , if that. ..however more are waking up due to ther media efforts as well as rallies being held in their neighborhoods that the facts do get to more and more of then about the lies of Romney/Ryan/GOP and their insanitea sidekicks the teabagger klan.

Jennifer C. (169)
Sunday November 4, 2012, 4:03 am
Noted. Thanks.

Past Member (0)
Sunday November 4, 2012, 1:27 pm
Neck and neck...See your on Tuesday.

Lois Jordan (58)
Sunday November 4, 2012, 1:34 pm
Noted. Anne is right about the FL suppression being unconstitutional. But, after the 2000 fiasco there, seniors are wary and watchful. They're turning off some point the lies and hate-filled obnoxious messages just get on their nerves. Overkill. I've read articles about many, many groups in FL working hard to educate seniors, (in some very creative ways), on the truth of Willard's plans. The lying haters are still in the minority, despite what you see and hear on the Corporate media that magnifies these tiny voices.

Suzanne L. (139)
Sunday November 4, 2012, 10:22 pm
Go Barack. The only sensible choice in this election.
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