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Have been president -- alright.
To Virginia and other battleground state that's very close.
And in in these polls.
You have Mitt Romney leading and a lot of not all of them but a lot of them.
-- Virginia's Republican governor Bob McDonnell -- this right now governor is.
These polls are -- they'll really really tonight which do you believe.
I believe we're gonna went.
-- -- great day out today with governor Romney a couple stops in Virginia again last night.
He wanted to time here tell people why his ideas for the next four years or better than Barack Obama is on spending advantage energy.
And wallets are close now I think we're up a pointer to read the enthusiasm of the organization on the ground.
The intensity of the voters for their conservative -- time -- is palpable.
Vastly better than no way so I think we will win Virginia -- a in a close vote.
You know governor I'm not ones to be -- up like helicopter crowd that says these polls are part of a -- -- their fixed but I do remember even the polls.
Ahead of your big electoral win.
-- -- your support dramatically so in some cases and I do know that it a lot of calls I don't know the statistical.
Reason for this the Republican support is by and large understated.
Not a lot depending on some states may be around enough to tip the balance.
Some wondering if we're missing something going into tomorrow that's.
It's not being reflected in polls in Europe find state ordered Ohio when -- one of the nine swing states the president's people said to our own Ed Henry.
They're gonna win they're gonna win a mall tomorrow -- -- to get a.
I think it's certainly possible for an incumbent.
To go into.
They Election Day and -- swing state.
And -- -- 464748%.
-- is bad news because historically.
But the undecided voters break for the challenger because of the covenant close the -- for years he's not close in on Election Day -- -- -- I don't know -- is governor in polls already -- knowing your case it was and they were awful lot for I was talking to one of your predecessors many years back.
-- Doug Wilder the former democratic first African American governor.
In the -- and of Virginia and he was saying the -- by.
22 points of the -- -- Election Day I guess it was under appointment all.
With -- then there were other extenuating circumstances governor I know then vs now.
But I do see a pattern here that I guess is the one big emboldening a lot of -- -- and they'd be emboldened.
Absolutely I get a -- we were about we finished about two to four points ahead.
They note nine of the governor's race ahead of the public -- and I think -- There's an understatement of of intensity you don't really measure that.
The polls there show of those six -- ten most likely to vote the numbers go up anywhere from two -- -- points in swing states around the country and the big deal or -- I think it's -- all the polls or some number of undecided 2345%.
Where they go to that both and I think about jobs in the economy and taxes and energy and leadership they're gonna say you know what this last four years.
Pat about it we're worse off than we -- -- -- give Mitt Romney a chance I think that's the bottom line and why Mitt Romney is gonna when.
-- governor and -- durable much more gentlemen and I -- -- -- can never understand those -- -- this undecided this -- In the game it's not as if either the president Mitt Romney are carbon cutouts of each other so I would think I was struck you -- I would think that -- -- they've got to be.
Partially clueless or from Neptune.
Not to have at least align yourself of one or the other you might like more government what the president doing that's fine and be aligned to him.
Or you might like change in this is the time for that because you're tired of what was and align yourself.
-- Mitt Romney by but it's not is if you know people are going to confuse one candidate for the other.
-- I think it's the starkest of my choice in thirty years I think since Reagan.
Carter but they're two groups -- I think one of the people that are such casual voters some of them are just not gonna vote there have been.
Identified as likely they're knocking about but the other camp I think -- people that voted for President Obama four years ago.
-- generally want to believe that he was gonna do it.
Really wanna -- that he's gonna do it again for the next four years but at their heart they know that we're worse off than we were four years ago.
43 million people unemployed six trillion new debt this is not cutting -- and -- need a real change and I think they're gonna end up voting for Mitt Romney I think that's the camp.
-- others a choice but they.
-- really have a hard time coming to grips with the fact they've made a mistake for years ago so I think again Mitt Romney wins that are close vote and I think that's going to be great for our country.
In making the changes that are necessary to get the greatest country on -- out of debt back to work.
All right well no one has worked as hard for this ticket.
As you have a governor and then of course a rising star when its governor to give it to your daughters spoke and I I just how easily said Bob McDonnell -- I mean yeah I'd critic but she was Iraq and and always -- our view governor thank you very right they'll but I -- beyond the number.
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