Congress control and White House on Tuesday ballot
WASHINGTON – The White House, the Senate, the tea party revolution in the House and 11 governorships are on the line Tuesday in a costly, relentlessly negative election played out in unsettled economic times.
There is more at stake – the future of “Obamacare” and Medicare – in a land where the campaign tab is counted in the billions of dollars, where voters have been polled to the point of rebelliousness, and where a 4-year-old approached national status when she protested the onslaught of campaign advertising.
“I’m tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney,” sobbed Abby Evans of Fort Collins, Colo., in a video that went viral in the campaign’s final, frantic days.
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