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The Next Four Years In The White House Will Determine America's Future For Many Years To Come

November 2. 2012


Mitt Romney (left) and Barack Obama

The excitement is building for the presidential election in America next Tuesday. President Barack Obama and rival Mitt Romney have resumed campaigning after Hurricane Sandy damaged parts of the East Coast, bringing events to a halt.


Polls continue to place Romney in the lead. The ads from both sides of the aisles pull no punches, as both candidates seem to want the win more than any others in recent history. This is likely due to the fact America is at another crossroads, due to the economy. The next four years in the White House will determine the nation's future and role in the world, when so much is changing around the globe.


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