Several key races across Florida are still up in the air more than two hours after the polls have closed across the state.
The 2012 presidential election will go down as the first billion dollar campaign in American history, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the numbers that will define the 2012 election.
With just hours to go until the campaigning for the 2012 election officially comes to an end, the latest Public Policy Polling poll of Florida gives President Barack Obama a razor thin one point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
The eagerly awaited October jobs numbers from the Labor Department were released on schedule Friday and showed 171,000 jobs added in October with the unemployment ticking a notch higher to 7.9 percent.
President Barack Obama hasn’t been on the campaign trail since Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of New Jersey and New York. But he returns to the trail Thursday and will be in Broward County on Sunday as part of a final pre-election push.
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney have suspended their campaign events due to Hurricane Sandy’s approach to the northeast U.S. coast.
The latest poll from Public Policy Polling gives President Barack Obama a one-point lead in Florida over Republican nominee Mitt Romney, but that is well within the poll’s margin of error of +/- 3.7 percent, making the race a statistical tie.
Early voting is well underway in the Sunshine State and more than 100,000 residents of Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have already cast their votes.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had a little problem with facts in a speech before swing-state Ohio voters Thursday night.
While nearly 1 million people have cast an absentee vote already this election season, business at the voting booths will begin to pick up starting Saturday when early voting kicks off in Florida.