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Libertarian Vote in New Hampshire Could Swing Electoral College to Obama

Captain-Jeff Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 7:28 PM
And if the libertarians vote for Romney, do you think their positions will be respected by Romney or the Republican Party? Or will they be ignored and pushed aside after the election? Perhaps is Romney loses a few states by less than the margin of Gary Johnson votes, the Republican Party will think twice before pushing the libertarians aside the next time, assuming there is a next time for the Party.
Mitt Romney is now neck and neck with Obama in New Hampshire, a stunning feat considering the former governor was trailing the president by 15 points at the end of September. But some independent voters who say they would vote for Romney if just he and Obama were on the ballot, are instead voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. These swing voters are giving the president a potential advantage in November.

A Suffolk University Political Research Center poll released Monday shows Romney and Obama tied with 47 percent of the vote each in New Hampshire.

The Suffolk...