(CNN) - The first presidential election results are in – and it's a tie.
President Barack Obama and his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, each received five votes in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire.
How did they count those votes so quickly?
Mr. President, you will win re-election against Mitt Romney.
From 2009 to 2012, you completely eviscerated the myth of Republican superiority on foreign & military affairs.
If you focus on deficit reduction [return to Clinton-era tax rates, Elimination of corporate tax loopholes, means testing for SS & Medicare] and reduced military spending you will defang the Republicans are "fiscally conservative" myth.
Take this from the Republicans and you will set the Democrats up to
hold the Whitehouse & federal judiciary for the next 20 years.
Keep on updating me.obama my choice
Well, that's so quaint! Won't stay a tie, I predict! Lol! In all seriousness, we need Obama to lead us forward to the future for 4 more years, we need Romney only if we're big biz, big oil or the 1%! Since most of us are not, we need the man who has consistantly said he stands w/all of us, not just a percentage!! Obama, Again, please!!
it may have been a tie...but the NH town of Dville Notch had 10 voters, and the breakdown was as follows:
2 democrats, 3 republicans, and 5 undeclared
therefore obama won 3/5 independent votes, even though they both got 5 votes.
lets us not forget that:
"as of 2002, 25.6% of New Hampshire residents are registered Democrats and 36.7% are Republicans, with 37.7% of New Hampshire voters registered as "undeclared" independents."
therefore if this trend of independents voting for obama 3/5 carries over to the other almost 26 % of NH (independent) voters, then Obama is sure to win.
oops my bad! number of registered independents is 37.7% in NH not 26%...regardless, if obama gets 3 out every 5 independent votes in NH its game over for Romney there.
I cant even believe we are even contemplating another Republican President.
Small but a representative of America, the town of Dixville. An indication of what is to come. An exciting Race to the White House
It's going to be a long night.
Unfortunately, that's all I can feel confident in predicting.
Obama/Biden – Get out and VOTE!
I pray God that all of you voters understand that it took Bush administration 8 years to make the damage done in the U.S economy. Logicaly, Obama can't turn that clock in 4 so, just consider the amount of hours it takes to get a pay check and the secondes it takes to spend it. Give your country a chance and apply the vertue of patience. With the wisdom and devoted work Obama has to offer, it is the only chance you have to make it up to a successfull country again. There is no fast fix and talking through your hat don't make things happen, making small logical steps will.