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To adhere straight ahead of Brett -- and call -- both coming up in a minute.
Bill Richardson joins us first a former democratic governor the stated to Mexico.
Governor Richardson and not Santa Fe today.
All right governor good to see you and thank you effort coming on and -- -- look at the data we've all been third a million times to mean.
This slight edge of the states it seems.
The swing states to President Obama but now.
-- get vote as a Democrat let me start by asking you what's your biggest concern your biggest worry today because.
Still got -- gotten and get those numbers -- -- biggest worry.
Well my worry is turn out that -- vaunted Obama.
Is -- up to par but I think it is it's very strong my prediction that the Hispanic states of Nevada Colorado and Florida.
Come in for the president and the president will be reelected.
About narrowly 290 electoral votes.
With the Hispanic vote being over 78%.
And I do believe that it will be once again a turnout issue in the Hispanic turnout will make -- difference.
Try to do the math in my head which is not always my greatest strength but -- -- -- you think all three Nevada Colorado.
Help us all three of those states that you mentioned go to Obama than -- still wins Ohio right to get to tonight here now.
Yes yet he still wins Ohio.
I I suspect that look I'm not perfect nobody is but I do believe that what has happened is.
The Hispanic vote obviously the storm.
At a massive tragedy -- -- slowed governor Romney's momentum.
And the president looked presidential he was a leader.
He EE took office campaign that.
And I think those two factor -- -- Hispanic vote and and the storm are gonna make the difference.
Let me ask you question we're gonna go through all the possibilities that threat and -- everybody else is well the rest -- the -- let me ask an economic question that's our kind of our real house here Fox Business -- the former.
Energy secretary one of the things has been pointed out is that gas prices we talk about every day every day we have gas prices of the show is an all time high for Election Day.
The gasoline prices that something that you think has an effect or negative effect at all President Obama.
Well I I don't think that voters blame president's for gas prices.
That it has been going down it is all time high.
And the president I think has a strong.
Commitment to renewable energy.
Getting new sources of energy besides -- fuels.
I don't I think it's it's a wash for him months.
OK so that -- -- you'll be right to Hispanic vote turns out and you're the second -- every Democrat we say turnout turnout turnout.
Is the big story today -- if -- right and thank you for coming out today governor Richardson thanks very much.
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