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In Ohio – The Center of the Political Universe

ipukakaren Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 4:06 AM
Well, I'm in a state (HI) where my vote will not matter at all. All I can do is try to get R-Linda Lingle voted in as Senator. I will vote for Romney no matter what, but the odds that my state will go away from its "native" son (though I never heard of him until 2008) is slim to none.
anonymous Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 6:27 PM
I live in California. I gave up hope on California when they elected Jerry Brown again in 2010. But I still try my best to ask everyone I know to vote for Romney just to add the numbers to the popular vote

When I moved from Shaker Heights (Cleveland), Ohio, at 15 years of age, little did I know that I would be excluded from the world of presidential politics as a grownup by being a Californian. In 2012, I have returned to Ohio for the last two weeks of the campaign -- and what a difference 2,000 miles makes. There is actually an election going on here.

It does not take long to confirm the reality that you have entered the epicenter of Election 2012. The local news reports that Biden and Obama were here today (Tuesday, October 23rd) for a rally...