Communities writers offer their predicitions as to who will win the 2012 Presidential Election, or who won't and what it all could mean to America.
President Barrack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney have been campaigning for the election of our lifetime. Election Day 2012 has finally come upon on us before we could even catch our breath. Published 4:34 p.m. November 6, 2012 - Comments
On Tuesday, Gov. Mitt Romney will prevail and President Obama will be sent back to Chicago. For the Electoral College, I predict Mitt Romney will win 289 electoral votes and President Obama will win 249. Published 8:18 a.m. November 6, 2012 - Comments
Republicans are banking that poor economic conditions will result in aggregate electoral retribution against incumbent Democrats on Tuesday but I believe the reverse is true Published 5:34 p.m. November 5, 2012 - Comments
“Too close to call” is a phrase we will hear many times today. But in the end, President Barack Obama will likely eke out a narrow Electoral College victory. Published 5:27 p.m. November 5, 2012 - Comments
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