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Tie Ballgame

3rdCitizen Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 12:17 PM
If Obama wins, I'll feel a great deal of relief, and some happiness (but not the elation of 4 years ago -- I can only hope he's learned something from his mistakes during his first term). But I won't do any gloating about it to my Republican friends & co-workers. I remember how horrible I felt 8 years ago when the man I considered to be the worst president of modern times, and a war criminal, won a 2nd term. It was a pain born of love for my country, and I won't rub salt into someb ody else's patriotic wounds. If Romney wins, I'll be avoiding news media for quite a while, and I'll be listening to a lot of Bach.
Two polls released overnight show that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are running neck-and-neck in the national polls. As the two candidates run furious get-out-the-vote efforts between now and Tuesday, the race looks to be as tight as it's ever been.

The latest Washington Post/ABC News poll revealed the candidates to be tied with 48% support each among likely voters. What's more, self-identified independent voters split their support cleanly between the two candidates as well.

The final national NBC/WSJ poll, as well, showed a deadlocked race. The...