President Obama and Mitt Romney on Monday Night Football
The two Presidential candidates made their final stumps Monday night during an American tradition. The President said sports are one of the great unifier's in the U.S. and it helps people pull out of tough economic times. President Obama also joked that he helped create the soon-to-be-implemented college football playoff. On the other hand, Romney said steroids are the biggest problems for sports and quipped that he is responsible for the Patriots and Red Sox winning world championships in the past decade.
Key Ballot Initiatives
States will vote on nearly 180 ballot measures this year. Arkansas is one of six states to vote on legalizing medical marijuana, but there are three others, Oregon, Colorado and Washington, voting to legalize small amounts of pot. Same-sex marriage, abortion, the death penalty and health care reform are also up for votes in states across the country.
The Campaign Ends
Mitt Romney wrapped up his campaigning Monday at the place it all began: New Hampshire. The Republican Presidential Candidate, with wife Ann by his side, hosted a rally in Manchester with the help of musician Kid Rock. Meanwhile, the President finished up in Des Moines, Iowa where he told supporters he needs four more years to finish the job. Obama will spend Monday in Chicago while Romney is in Boston.
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Experts say it's possible this year. National polls are predicting Romney will pick up the popular vote but lose the electoral college. Now, this isn't the first time it's happened either. You may remember back in 2000 when Al Gore won the popular vote yet George Bush got the electoral vote and the White House. In the past, Obama has said he favors scrapping the electoral college while Republicans have argued against it.