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USA 2012: Organization, Organization and Vote!

By Jean-Wisly Simon

Following the 2012 election cycle is a difficult task, even for those who are political junkies like me. I watch TV, read Newspaper, polls, and listen to the candidates’ speeches. However, it seems no one could have enough from those observations to predict an eventual outcome; thus, organization on the battle ground states will be the key to victory. As everybody else’s, I try to figure out what the candidates are doing on the ground.

Some days, polls do not help you understand anything; unless, you have the opportunity to see or hear other things because some of the pundits are very cautious these days. Now, the race is tied or too close to call, you hear those phrases so much, you do not even want to read them or hear them anymore.

I suggest that you start looking for something else, meaning and small detail in those polls. Apparently, it appears no one would like to make error to say something others do not say or see (To avoid the 1948 fiasco, maybe). I am referring to polls released today. In addition to the numbers, they come up with “Electoral College” advantage…

I can say with certitude now, the presidential candidate who has the best organization on the field will win this election on November 06, 2012. Without further due, let’s share some of Saturday’s polls results.

Reuters reported, “…In Florida, another big prize, they are tied at 47 percent….In Virginia, Obama leads Romney 48 percent to 45 percent among likely voters. In Colorado, Romney leads Obama 47 percent to 45 percent.

Analysts are not joking but trying to scrutinize the number. Here is what Nate Silver said, “President Obama is now better than a 4-in-5 favorite to win the Electoral College, according to the FiveThirtyEight forecast. His chances of winning it increased to 83.7 percent on Friday, his highest figure since the Denver debate and improved from 80.8 percent on Thursday…”

FoxNews reported, “Mitt Romney and President Obama blazed across the country Saturday, hitting key battleground states where both candidates vowed bipartisan compromise if elected and urged supporters to help them win over the remaining undecided voters…”

Indeed, you understand the importance of this election, remember to vote!

—We’ll be back

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