Shortly after midnight on Nov. 7, 2012, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed supporters in Boston, Mass. with his official concession speech. Romney lost the race to the White House after President Barack Obama clinched 303 electoral votes to Romney's 206.
Keep listening this evening for continued coverage of the 2012 General Election. We will have Jay Zimmer and Gene Stewart providing two updates each hour. If you miss any of those updates, you can get all of the audio right here.
As votes are finalized, the first five states have been called for the 2012 Presidential election. According to NBC, Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and South Carolina have all been called for Republican Mitt Romney
Al right, get ready to have your little voting world rocked with the way that the Presidential race is really determined. Unlike every other elected office, the president is not elected on the principle of “one man – one vote
With the recent Frankenstorm - Hurricane Sandy - that hit the east coast, thousands are without power. Experts estimate that it may be days or even weeks before the power comes back on. In the meantime, many people are using candles for light and fireplaces for heat
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