Nov. 6 - Mitt Romney casts his ballot before leaving for two campaign stops --- an unusual election-day move for a presidential candidate but one he hopes will make the difference in key states. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Republican Mitt Romney voted in his home state of Massachusetts on Tuesday (Nov. 6) before a final trip to Ohio and Pennsylvania, a Democratic-leaning state that he has tried to put in play in recent weeks.
The latest Reuters/Ipsos national poll of likely voters, a daily tracking poll, gave Obama a slight edge, with 48 percent support compared to Romney's 46 percent. The difference was within the 3.4 percentage point credibility interval, which allows for statistical variation in Internet-based polls.
If he wins, Romney, a multimillionaire former head of a private equity fund, would be the first Mormon president and one of the wealthiest Americans to occupy the White House.
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