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    Romney Adviser Ed Gillespie: “Mitt Romney Will Win Decisively” (Video)

    Romney Adviser Ed Gillespie: “Mitt Romney Will Win Decisively” (Video)

    Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, 9:15 AM
    Romney adviser Ed Gillespie told FOX and Friends this morning,
    “Mitt Romney… will not just win, but win decisively.”


    The fact is, we can’t afford four more years like the last four years. And Governor Romney has been out there putting forward a positive vision and a plan to turn the economy around, to create 12 million jobs, unleash domestic energy, get us to a balanced budget. That’s why he’s got momentum here on election day. And I think that’s why he’s going to win tonight, not just win, but win decisively. I don’t think there’s going to be any doubt at the end of tonight who the next president is going to be.”

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    Final Battleground Poll Has Romney Winning Independents by 15 Points

    Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, 8:50 AM

    Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney kisses wife Ann Romney after they voted in Belmont, Mass., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. (AP)
    The final Battleground Poll has Mitt Romney winning independents by 15 points.
    The liberal media calls this a “Dead Heat.”
    From the poll:
    -Incumbent Obama at 47
    -Romney winning independents by 15 points
    -Republicans leading in generic ballot
    Politico reported”
    The presidential race is tied going into Election Day.
    The final POLITICO/George Washington University Battleground Tracking Poll of 1,000 likely voters — conducted Sunday and Monday — shows Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama each claiming 47 percent nationally.
    Our previous poll, conducted Monday through Thursday of last week, found the race tied at 48 percent. Although Romney and Obama have each led at times, the two candidates have stayed within the margin of error since the spring.
    Independents break for Romney by 15 points, 47 percent to 32 percent.
    Across the 10 states identified by POLITICO as competitive, Obama leads 49 percent to 43 percent.
    On the generic congressional ballot, Republicans edge Democrats by 47 percent to 46 percent. It was tied last week.
    An identical number of voters approve of the president’s job performance, 49 percent, as disapprove.

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    GOP Political Director: It’s Game Over For Obama

    Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, November 5, 2012, 7:18 PM

    RNC Political Director Rick Wiley released this statement today.
    Republican insiders are very confident going into the election tomorrow.
    The Obama camp has been firing off a number of memos in desperate attempt to convince the media (and themselves) that they’re not losing. What they aren’t telling you is this isn’t 2008; the numbers show we’re doing much better in early voting, and they are doing much worse.
    But more importantly we are poised to blow the Obama campaign out on Election Day thanks to a superior GOTV program and a historical GOP Election Day advantage.
    In the four party-registration states (Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada), we are poised to win the Election Day vote by even greater margins than we did in 2008. That’s right, Jeremy Bird, we beat you on Election Day even in 2008.
    This time around we have over 150,000 volunteers across the battleground who have already contacted over 53 million voters and expect to contact millions more from now until the polls close tomorrow night.
    The Democrats have expended much energy to make the point that more Democrats than Republicans have voted early in some states. It makes sense that the same desperate campaign that made “revenge” their closing argument would make this ridiculous stat the central defense of their ground game. Republicans are an Election Day party. By and large, we vote on Election Day, and we vote in much larger numbers than Democrats.
    Democrats’ problems are compounded because, as they fail to tell you, they are cannibalizing their Election Day voters. The great turnout operation they claim to have isn’t turning out enough new or sporadic voters; they’re largely getting their reliable voters to vote early instead of on Election Day.
    The Republican strategy has been the reverse of the Democrats’. We have turned out our voters who aren’t as likely to come to the polls on Election Day, securing their votes during early voting. Now, all that remains to do is give our reliable voters the final reminder needed to get them to the polls Tuesday. And we have many more reliable voters left than the Democrats.
    In Colorado there are over 26,000 (34%) more high-propensity Republican voters available than high-propensity Democrat voters. In Florida there are 166,000 (21%) more; 85,000 (47%) more in Iowa; and 16,000 (22%) more in Nevada.
    And in Ohio, Republicans have 368,000 more high-propensity voters available than Democrats–72 percent more, in fact–and enough to off-set the Obama campaign’s most optimistic (and unrealistic) early vote math.
    So, when you add it all up, the Democrats’ early vote advantage just isn’t big enough. Republicans will come out ahead, and Mitt Romney will claim victory. And our superior ground game will ensure that the margin of victory is even greater than these numbers would suggest.

    The Obama campaign’s superior ground game is a myth.
    They claim they have double and triple the people and offices across the country, yet poll after poll has shown voters have been contacted equally if not more by the Romney campaign and the Republicans. It goes to show you what big government bureaucracy gets you.
    I’m glad Democrats are so eager to talk about their ground game. The more they talk, the more they prove the numbers don’t add up.
    It’s (ground) game over.

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    Obama's only chance is the voter fraud NO MATTER WHAT the propaganda machines are saying, so GET OUT AND VOTE !

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    Good Luck Mitt Romney
    I know you will do a very good job as President. all of American is out of work as you know
    we don't want welfare at all we want to work . good Luck with the pip line as well as the oil
    & also gas . I can not see obama as President again no way in hell .
    Good Luck & God Bless USA

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