When it comes to the all-important swing state of Ohio, “the momentum is clearly with Romney,” pollster John Zogby tells Newsmax TV. But it’s the independent vote that really matters in the Buckeye State, he says. When asked how important the independent vote is for Ohio, Zogby tells Newsmax: “Extremely important. For starters, Ohio does not have registration by political party. People will identify themselves as Democrats or Republicans but most voters in Ohio are independents.”
Meanwhile, back in August, Rush Limbaugh cited a University of Colorado economic model that predicted a blowout Romney victory — with the Republican challenger carrying most, if not all, of the swing states to amass more than 300 electoral votes. The researchers behind the model say it has successfully forecast all eight presidential elections since 1980.
Also, we have some confirmation from the Left, as Michael Moore projects a GOP win in November and advises Americans to practice saying “President Romney.” With three weeks left until the election, it’s too early to get cocky. But now’s the time to brace up, mobilize and bear in mind the patented words of Peter Ingemi from DaTechGuy’s Blog: “Ride right through them, they’re demoralized as hell.”