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Published: Sunday, Nov. 4 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Tacoholic
Farmington, UT

Easy question. Obama by landslide. Romney is just clearly unfit and his principles are just too scary. We need integrity, honesty, and decency to lead America. The America people see that in Barack and see through Romneys decit.

Hutterite
American Fork, UT

I'd like to see President Obama prevail.

The Skeptical Chymist
SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Predictions: Obama wins with at least 303 EV. He'll carry Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Colorado, Virginia, New Hampshire. I think he'll carry Florida, but will probably lose North Carolina.

Democrats will retain the Senate, and gain seats in the House.

Romney will not run again.

Time will tell if these predictions are correct.

no fit in SG
St.George, Utah

Maureen Dowd's November 3, 2012 column in the New York Times...
Mr. Romney appears to be fastidious about his weight. He tells Diane Sawyer he frequently gets on the scale, and does not like to "deviate" on that.
How come he deviates on everything else?
Obama 2012!

CWEB
Orem, UT

I hope to God you are all wrong...or taps to America!

Henry Drummond
San Jose, CA

The fact that so few people make an issue of Romney being a Mormon or Obama being African-American is perhaps a good sign. I remember all too well when things like racial and religious prejudices were much stronger than they are today. So in a sense we have all won something, even before election day.

Speaking of election day, I'm predicting Obama get's 303 electoral votes and Romney 206. I have no idea who is going to win Florida which seems to be as wacky as ever if you've been keeping up with the news. Whatever happens I just hope we are not at the mercy of Florida's election officials this time around.

Sal
Provo, UT

I can't believe that Pignanelli would call Obama honest and ethical. Obama gave millions of tax-payer dollars to a company he knew was going bankrupt (Solyndra) so Solyndra could donate to his campaign. Obama has consistently lied about the attack on the consulate in Benghazi. Look for impeachment should he be re-elected. It's a Watergate style coverup. Honest and ehtical my foot.

Pragmatic
Salt Lake City, UT

Romney's religeon was a non-issue in Romney's loss on Tuesday. Romney lost because of a i) tired Republican Party, and ii) his campaign was out-smarted by Obama's campaign. Romney would have been a good President. Too bad we won't be able to see him in action. But in the end it was in God's hand. So I hope we all support and pray for our President, our government and our collective well-being.

MrRed
Salt Lake City, UT

I live in Salt Lake City. I am not LDS and I voted for President Obama. Whether or not Mr. Romney is a Mormon or not made no difference in how I voted. In the past I have voted for Mormons and I will continue to do so, if they are my candidate of choice.

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