WASHINGTON, October 24 (RIA Novosti)
- Obama, Romney Battle Over US Influence in Final Debate
- Campaign ‘Comedy’: Obama, Romney in Jocular Dinner
- US Students Choose Obama in Mock Presidential Election
- Obama Steps up Attacks on Romney in 2nd Debate
- Heat on Obama in 2nd Debate
Voters participating in early voting in one United States town say when they cast ballots for Republican Presidential contender Mitt Romney, the votes instead defaulted to President Barack Obama, according to a report by local media.
At least two complaints were filed, both from voters who cast ballots at the same Guilford County polling location in the state of North Carolina, according to a report from local television station WGHP.
“It’s not a conspiracy, it’s just a machine that needs to be corrected,” said George Gilbert, Director of the Guilford County Board of Elections. Gilbert says the problem arises every election, and can be resolved after the machine is re-calibrated by poll workers.
Elections officials say the machine has now been fixed and no problems have been reported since then.
Add to blog
You may place this material on your blog by copying the link.
- rnbresearchUSA Presidential Election 201210:43, 26/10/20122012 USA Presidential Elections: Race to White House – Neck and neck but Barack Obama is marginally ahead.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney took their respective blue prints for America to key electoral battle ground with our poll suggesting that the white house race remains neck and neck.
It appears to be an induced bounce back Obama jumped ahead in our latest poll conducted from 24 to 27 Sept 2012 with 48 % of 1480 likely voters saying that they would vote for Obama. If 6th November elections were held now topping Mitt Romney’s 46 %, with 4 % of voters are still undecided which is within the margin of error. Read More- http://www.rnbresearch.com/blog/?p=379
Image Galleries: One Day With Moscow’s Contemporary “Knights”
Infographics: Yakhont Medium-Range Anti-Ship Missile
Cartoons: Dreams of Space
The current contract portfolio of Russian arms exporters is worth about $46 billion. Annual exports total $15 billion, and this will ensure uninterrupted deliveries for the next three years, even in the worst-case scenario. The list of the main buyers of Russian weapons is unlikely to change drastically.