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In a swing state of mind: 2012 elections

Hopefully, you’ve done your civic duty today and cast your vote for our country’s next Prez.  The 2012 election’s outcome is likely to be decided by the swing states, where Romney and Obama have been campaigning like crazy. Whether you’re pro-donkey or pro-pachyderm (or maybe you’re an Independent), what else would you call these battleground states?

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