If Election Was Held Today Romney-Ryan Would Win By 26 Electoral Votes …Update: Team O’s Forlorn Hope – Just Get Unlikely Voters to Turn Out

If the election were held today Mitt Romney would win 282 electoral votes to Barack Obama’s 256 electoral votes.
An Ace of Spades electoral map.

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Romney/Ryan… leads President Obama/Bumbler Biden 282-256.

It’s been a good week for the Romney-Ryan campaign.

Tomorrow marks a week since Mitt Romney announced his choice of Congressman Paul Ryan to join him on America’s Comeback Team, and it’s clear that his choice has reshaped the race in a positive way. The Obama team’s increasing vitriol is a sure sign that they’re rattled by the pick. Unable to engage in an elevated policy debate, they’ve spent the past few days drowning in their own venom.

Since the announcement in Norfolk, Virginia on Saturday:

Online Fundraising
Donations: 124,800+
Amount: $10,157,947
Average Donation: $81
% New Donors: 68%

Site Traffic
Total: 2,000,000
Desktop: 1,560,000
Mobile: 440,000

Mitt Romney Social
Facebook: +510,000 — Now 4,360,000
Twitter: +54,000 — Now 861,000

Paul Ryan Social
Facebook: +860,000
Twitter: +118,500

45,000+ sign up to volunteer online

President Obama is on defense over his $716 billion raid of current Medicare beneficiaries to pay for Obamacare, and allowing the hospital trust fund to go broke by the time those aged 50 or below are Medicare eligible. The political director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee warned this week that the issue could cost Democrats the election.

At the same, time, the Romney Plan for a Stronger Middle Class is gaining traction. Voters in the swing states believe that Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan have a better plan than Barack Obama and Joe Biden “to reduce the deficit, create jobs and get the economy moving.”

And the Biden slavery comments didn’t help Obama either.

UPDATE: The latest forlorn plan by Team Obama – Just get unlikely voters to turn out.
Yes, it’s that bad already.

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