With only nineteen days remaining until Election Day, many have speculated a sure win for Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama, based on high leads in the majority of polls taken across the United States. However, the candidate’s prior experience with losing in the state of New Hampshire to Democratic rival Hilary Clinton in the primary has led to Obama warning supporters to not let favorable poll results lead to overconfidence. As reported by Reuters, the Democratic presidential hopeful has stated that supporters should understand that an extraordinary amount of work will go into making huge strides for the country, and view November 4 as a beginning, not an end. Supporters should not rest on the laurels of projected success, and ensure they cast their ballots on Election Day.
National opinion polls list Obama as leading the race as well as those tracking electoral votes for key battle ground states. In the aftermath of the final debate, political pundit Karl Rove was quoted to have stated in the Wall Street Journal “If Mr. McCain succeeds, he will have engineered the most impressive and improbable political comeback since Harry Truman in 1948.”
Tiffany Cherry Covers: US Presidential News for WiredPRNews.com