According to the poll aggregation site Electoral-vote.com, Barack Obama has surged ahead in potential electoral votes, Obama’s 286 electoral votes takes a commanding lead over McCain’s 252. This makes a very specific change in a gap that has significantly grown over the past few days. While national polls show a 5-7% lead for Obama, it is the Electoral College which decides the next president… not the popular vote. Obama’s lead is far greater in the Electoral College.
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