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Early Voting Results: Voting Implies Early Lead of Obama

 

Early voting results for the 2012 Presidential election in United States show that President Obama has a slight edge over rival Mitt Romney in several key states. Apparently, more than 27 million voters in 34 states and the District of Columbia and other states took the advantage of early voting, but analysts say Romney may still be able to wipe out the president’s lead come Election Day.

Meanwhile, based on early voting results also, in Colorado, 1.6 million people voted. Republicans outnumbered Democrats 37 percent to 35 percent. About 3.9 million people voted in Florida, with Democrats outnumbering Republicans 43 percent to 40 percent.

Accordingly, the Republicans also see hope in early voting results in such key states, which mostly shows Democrats casting more early ballots but not at the pace that Obama set his victory in 2008 election over Republican John McCain by 7% points.

President Obama campaign adviser David Axelrod said that Obama’s leads in states like Nevada and Iowa and some state like Ohio would hold up on Election Day, even if he does not repeat the size of his victory in 2008.

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