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Obama wins Florida, tops Romney 332 to 206 in electoral votesBarack Obama has been declared the winner in Florida, topping Mitt Romney in the final electoral vote tally 332 to 206, AP reports.Florida officials said Obama had 50% of the vote to Romney’s 49.1%, a margin of about 74,000 votes.Photo: President Barack Obama addresses supporters during his election night rally in Chicago, Nov. 6, 2012. (Kevin Lamarque / Reuters)

Obama wins Florida, tops Romney 332 to 206 in electoral votes

Barack Obama has been declared the winner in Florida, topping Mitt Romney in the final electoral vote tally 332 to 206, AP reports.

Florida officials said Obama had 50% of the vote to Romney’s 49.1%, a margin of about 74,000 votes.

Photo: President Barack Obama addresses supporters during his election night rally in Chicago, Nov. 6, 2012. (Kevin Lamarque / Reuters)

Follow the US elections, no matter where you are
Have you cast your ballot yet? Make sure you’ve downloaded the Breaking News mobile app for the fastest, most reliable election results available: http://www.breakingnews.com/about/mobileFollow our complete coverage online here and on Twitter at @breakingpol.(Photo: Feb. 28, 2012, archive photo; John Makely / msnbc.com)

Follow the US elections, no matter where you are

Have you cast your ballot yet? Make sure you’ve downloaded the Breaking News mobile app for the fastest, most reliable election results available: http://www.breakingnews.com/about/mobile

Follow our complete coverage online here and on Twitter at @breakingpol.

(Photo: Feb. 28, 2012, archive photo; John Makely / msnbc.com)

NY Mayor Bloomberg endorses Obama, citing Hurricane Sandy, climate change

The New York Times reports that NYC Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said  that Hurricane Sandy had reshaped his thinking about the presidential campaign, and he announced that he was endorsing President Obama.
Bloomberg, a political independent in this third term leading New York City, has been sharply critical of both Mr. Obama, a Democrat, and Mitt Romney, the president’s Republican rival, saying that both men have failed to candidly confront the problems afflicting the nation.

More from the Times here.

Health care remains No. 1 topic ahead of Obama, Romney debateThe issue of health care has consistently defined the presidential campaign as Obama and Romney head into their 1st debate tonight, according to NBC Politics' computer-assisted analysis of more than 3 million comments on Twitter and Facebook.Photo: A composite image of President Barack Obama, left, and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Photos taken July 24, 2012.

Health care remains No. 1 topic ahead of Obama, Romney debate

The issue of health care has consistently defined the presidential campaign as Obama and Romney head into their 1st debate tonight, according to NBC Politics' computer-assisted analysis of more than 3 million comments on Twitter and Facebook.

Photo: A composite image of President Barack Obama, left, and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Photos taken July 24, 2012.

Mitt Romney to name vice presidential running mate on Saturday in Norfolk, VA

POLITICO:  Republican candidate Mitt Romney will announce his vice presidential pick Saturday morning in Norfolk, Va., his campaign announced tonight, ending weeks of speculation about when the running mate would be unveiled.
 
The announcement was previewed in a press release from his campaign and a tweet from his communications director. The event will take place at 9 am.

Attention has centered in the last week on Tim Pawlenty, Rob Portman and Paul Ryan as finalists



(Source: politico.com)

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Mitt Romney at his election night rally in Milwaukee WI (Taken with instagram)

AP has called all three of tonight’s primaries for Romney.

(Reblogged from yahoonews)