New polls show Romney and Obama tied

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LEXINGTON, VA – With less than a month left before Election Day, the latest poll numbers show the commander in chief tied neck and neck with republican candidate Mitt Romney.

According to the Gallup poll, Obama and Romney are both sitting pretty with 47%. Just before the debate, Obama was leading Mitt 50% to 45%. Still high off his debate dominance, Romney took a hard stance on foreign policy while speaking at the Virginia Military Institute, claiming the president has failed in the Middle East.

We’ve seen it all before, Obama does this, so Romney claims he’ll do that, but will anything actually change come November? Guess that’s the risk all voters take.

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