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We'll have that governor Romney -- -- Virginia today campaigning a swing state that's a key part of his 321 strategy.
To win the presidency three to -- I -- I love the sound of that I don't know.
-- how many people do but I'd love this out of 321 being -- strategy let's look at where the governor stands with free 21.
-- 132 days ago 132 days ago before Election Day according to real clear politics President Obama can safely count.
Are you ready 221.
Electoral votes of the 270 needed.
Romney they give 180 -- A 181 up forty electoral vote deficit leaving a 136.
Toss up electoral votes a 1360.
Now a 136.
And with -- deficit.
He means that is governor Romney needs to win 66%.
Of the available.
Electoral votes in order to win the presidency.
Republican strategists say the governor no matter how tough that looked.
Can reach the 270 votes he needs to in the White House by doing a -- First the governor has to -- all of the states that John McCain won in 2008.
And then 321 comes and deploy.
Romney -- when the three states of Indiana.
North Carolina and Virginia historically red states that.
President Obama won in 2008.
The -- good news for governor Romney is that the real clear politics polling average as governor Romney up by nine in Indiana.
Up by nine in India and and has him up by two in North Carolina.
-- It's the president however who leads Romney by two in Virginia so here.
Holding a slightly.
In with the exception of Indiana this thing is very tight and all of these swing state.
The president also benefits from the fact that Virginia.
It is home to the highest numbers of government workers in the country at least some of them.
And it's unemployment rate is down to five point 6% one of the lowest of all the swing states and it gets worse from there for governor Romney.
The two and that three to -- Are the battlegrounds of Florida and Ohio.
States that went for bush in 2004 -- -- voted for President Obama in 2008.
In Florida right now.
President Obama has.
A -- To.
And in Ohio the president is up by three.
And while those are tight.
They are indicative.
Of the conditions right now.
-- in the vote it tells you why two senators' names by the way are being floated for governor Romney's well potential vice president.
In Florida and Portman -- -- I wonder what brought their names to the surface.
And which brings us to the walk in three to -- Governor Romney needs one more state.
If he takes having if he accomplishes this.
If he takes either Pennsylvania.
New Hampshire Michigan Nevada New Mexico Colorado.
The White House is hit.
Wisconsin may be governor Romney's -- -- even though the president has a three point lead there.
But not helping matters -- governor Romney our nation's voting system could be in chaos.
Pure research estimates they're nearly two million dead people still on the voter rolls there's no place here for that is their.
We -- we're looking at all these electoral numbers in the three to one strategy but there's another number that really does -- Two.
Are on the rolls.
And right now.
A lot of Republican strategists consider them to be at least many of them.
To be likely voters even though dead it's -- Republicans want electoral integrity and security this election.
And -- and some folks' minds.
Democrats want to block voter identification laws for some reason.
And come November.
These two million dead people could be considered a cripple voting --
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