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Early Voting Results: Obama Has Turnout Lead

Early Voting Results: Obama Has Turnout Lead

Early voting results show that roughly 30 million people have already voted by mail or in person in 34 states and Washington D.C. These Americans have braved the chaotic long lines and the unprepared polling places. While none of these votes will be officially counted until Election Day on Tuesday, some battleground states are stating… Read more »

Early Voting: Both Obama And Romney Claiming An Advantage So Far

Early Voting: Both Sides Claiming An Advantage So Far

Early voting is going on in many swing states crucial to the 2012 presidential election, and already both sides are claiming an advantage. As Michael P. McDonald of The Huffington Post noted, Democrats and Republicans have put the spin machine into overdrive trying to claim they are winning in early voting. As McDonald noted, in… Read more »

Early Voting Can Proceed In Ohio, Court Rules

Early Voting Can Proceed In Ohio, Court Rules

Early voting will be able to continue in Ohio, as a desperate final attempt by Ohio Republicans to end the voting the weekend before Election Day was rejected by the US Supreme Court. “The application for stay presented to Justice [Elena] Kagan and by her referred to the Court is denied,” the Supreme Court noted… Read more »