EXTRACT Perron Campaigns US election summary
Lastly, it’s not enough for an American presidential candidate to win votes. We saw this in 2000 when Al Gore won the popular vote, but lost the Electoral College to George W. Bush. In the U.S. system, it also matters where the candidate gets the votes. If it’s close, an American presidential election means spending one billion dollars, ultimately to influence a couple of hundred thousand voters who live in a handful of states. If one looks at the electoral map, it doesn’t look all that bad for Obama: Michigan and Pennsylvania are heading quite clearly into the Democratic column. According to the average of polls, presented by the website www.realclearpolitics.com, Obama also leads in Ohio by 1.4%, in Iowa by 1%, in Florida by 1%, and in Virginia by 0.6%.
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TAP – Obama supports all the wars, so like Blair, he automatically gets the polls and elections rigged to keep him in office, despite his economic and social record.