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Election Explained In 3 Sentences
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Brendan Miniter:

In Ohio, Barack Obama actually won about 40,000 fewer votes than John Kerry did four years ago. Mr. Obama took Ohio only because John McCain pulled 350,000 fewer votes than George W. Bush did in 2004. Republicans and Republican-leaning voters stayed home.

Compare 2004 and 2008 results in Ohio.

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