Depending on who you ask, and indeed how much you even care, Tuesday night is going to be a long one. If you buy the arguments of the prognosticators lean on the latest national polls such as this one from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News the race will go down to the wire, with the results of several states in doubt probably until the wee hours of the morning, Wednesday. That is what we’ve come to expect in our elections since 2000, when after all the states were tallied, Florida was so excruciatingly close that the election wasn’t fully decided until mid-December. The 2004 election was similarly close, coming down to a statistical razor’s edge of fewer than 120,000 votes in Ohio. Read the full story at All Things D.
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