The Republican Party has lost the last two presidential elections by large majorities in the Electoral College and lost the popular vote in Congress in 2012. So, party leaders at the state level are pushing for changes in the way electoral votes are apportioned.
Narrowly avoiding a recount, President Barack Obama can finally claim victory in Florida.
Mitt Romney’s campaign has admitted it lost the state of Florida to President Barack Obama Tuesday, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
In 2000, Florida became the punch line of jokes everywhere after having problems with a one-page punch card ballot. This year, Florida’s ballot was as long as 12 pages in some parts of the state which spelled disaster.
President Barack Obama has won a second term in the White House, defeating Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
With multiple states in play and an extremely small margin separating the candidates nationally, it’s possible that the 2012 election could see one candidate win the popular vote and another win the Electoral College and ultimately the presidency.
Less than 24 hours before Election Day, Democrats in Florida have jumped to a 167,000 vote lead over Republicans out of the 4.5 million early votes and absentee ballots that have been cast thus far.
Despite leading in some national polls, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is still struggling to best President Barack Obama in several of the most critical swing states needed to win the Electoral College.
Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s path to the White House continues to shrink with each new poll and each day he has to spend answering questions about the shape of his campaign.
The Electoral College map for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is narrowing heading into the first presidential debate next week.