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The next United States presidential election is to be held on Tuesday, November
6, 2012. It will be the 57th quadrennial presidential election in which
presidential electors, who will officially elect the president and the vice
president of the United States on December 17, 2012, will be chosen.
Incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama is running for a second and final
term during this election. His major challenger is former Massachusetts
Governor, Republican Mitt Romney.
Obama won a second term in the White House Tuesday night, Fox News projects,
overcoming concerns about the fragile economic recovery to edge out Republican
nominee Mitt Romney. Read more...
Group home accused of taking patients to vote for Obama, as agency disputes claim, November 6, 2012
The father of a mentally handicapped woman claims his
daughter and others were “carted off” to a North Carolina
polling site last week and “coaxed” into voting for President
Obama by workers of the group home where she stays -- a claim
the owner of the home disputes and that apparently has not yet
triggered an investigation by election officials.
NY Gov. Cuomo signs order allowing Sandy victims to vote anywhere, November 6, 2012
Andrew Cuomo has agreed to issue an executive order that will allow displaced
voters to cast ballots by affidavit at any polling site they can reach Tuesday.
Logo Team Romney battles in Nevada amid Obama's advantage in numbers, early
voting, November 5, 2012
Roughly 48,000 more Democrats than Republicans went to the polls during the
state's two-week, early-voting period. And more than 700,000 votes were cast.
Those numbers suggest that if total turnout reaches 80 percent, more than 70
percent of the votes have already been cast.
Obama, Romney take
long campaign journey into final day, November 5, 2012
President Obama and Mitt Romney resume their foray into battleground states
Monday morning with Election Day now just hours away. Romney closed the weekend
with stops in Pennsylvania and Virginia, battleground states considered critical
in the quest for the 270 electoral votes it takes to win the White House.
New Jersey residents displaced by storm will be able to vote by email,
November 4, 2012
New Jersey will allow residents displaced by the superstorm to vote by email or
fax. Officials announced Saturday that registered voters can vote
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Presidential Election Timeline
October 3 — First Presidential Debate at University
of Denver in Denver, Colorado
October 11 — Vice Presidential Debate at Centre
College in Danville, Kentucky
October 16 — Second Presidential Debate at Hofstra
University in Hempstead, New York
October 22 — Third Presidential Debate at Lynn
University in Boca Raton, Florida