President Barack Obama wins 2012 election: the path to victory - The Trail
Wednesday, November 07, 2012 - 02:13
President Obama won most of the key electoral states, and in the end, as Bill Clinton likes to say, it came down to arithmetic. (Nov 7, 2012)
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So you could see the Empire State Building now has turned blue because that is our projection the president of the United States. Has been reelected. We are already able to reject that Michigan. Michigan the home of the US auto industry will be in the president's column sixty electoral votes we know some Republicans thought they had a shot there. Fox News election on Fox News can now project that President Obama will win the state of Pennsylvania and its twenty electoral votes to nine Mitt Romney an opportunity. To post that state that's been reliably democratic for decades it's. New Hampshire we project the president United States will win the state at New Hampshire only four electoral votes but they could be. Very very important -- right now point 2% of the vote in New Hampshire resiliency the president with a lead of 54% to 43%. A state of Wisconsin will go to President Obama. Fox is projecting that Wisconsin will go to the Democrats the home state of GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan has voted democratic since ninety. CNN now projects. Wisconsin will be in the president's corner North Carolina on the other hand we've project will be won by Mitt Romney and it's fifteen electoral votes will go. For Mitt Romney's -- where we stand now on the road to 270. The electoral votes needed to be elected president of the United States the president of the head it. News election alert. Fox News can now project that President Obama will win the crucial battleground state of Ohio. Long considered to be the harbinger of for the nation with its eighteen electoral votes. Ohio this was the entire ball game. Ladies and gentlemen we have any winner Barack Obama is projected to win re election as president United States the networks are calling it. The American people have spoken tonight is your hands and let -- -- hard and have great hopes. I thank all the people throughout America who have given us. This great victory.
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