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On Tuesday, November 3rd, the nation will decide if President Barack Obama will lead our country for the next four years or if the reigns of Presidential power be handed over to his Republican challenger, Governor Mitt Romney.

The polls have tightened significantly. Although President Obama has a firewall in several battleground states, including Ohio, the race for the White House appears to be a toss up. Political pundits and experts say the Electoral College favors the President, while the Popular Vote may go to Gov. Mitt Romney. Either way, Tuesday’s election will hinge on voter turnout. Both the Obama and Romney campaigns have launched an aggressive ground game to win. ‘COMMUNITY VOICES’ host, Ron Holland, talked with Campaign strategist and consultant, Colette Forrest about voter turnout in North Carolina and Tuesday’s Presidential election.  

Campaign Strategist Urge Voters to Turnout  was originally published on