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New polls reveal an extremely tight race in three key states

POSTED: Friday, May 25, 2012 - 12:00am

UPDATED: Monday, May 28, 2012 - 3:50pm

Three key swing states could have a major impact on the race for the White House.

Mitt Romney is gaining ground in Ohio, Virginia and Florida, but President Obama stills leads all three in the latest NBC News/Marist polls.

Romney campaigned Thursday in a fourth swing state, Pennsylvania, visiting a charter school in mostly African-American West Philadelphia.

While there he dismissed the idea that smaller classes lead to higher achievement.

The visit came hours after President Obama called Romney "out of touch" on economics for pushing the same less-tax, less-regulation plan of George W. Bush.

"Most good business people I know, if something doesn't work, they do something different," Mr. Obama said. "So he must either think that there's going to be a different result, or he's hoping you don't
remember what happened the last time we tried it his way."

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Texans are independent thinkers & doers. Tomorrow get out & vote in your primary. Boost Newt's numbers. Show GOP elites, Mittens & America that you want a real CONSERVATIVE. Newt is on all ballots:

Romney will lose & we CANNOT afford 4 more years of Obama! Newt to the open Con in Tamp w/delegates. VOTE NEWT May 29, a REAL CONSERVATIVE!

Romney doesn't know that smaller classes lead to higher achievement! That's scary. What else does this Buffoon not know. Obama is on the right track right now, with many positive signs in housing and employment. Please don't elect Romney, who is, after all, just a Pseudo George Bush Junior. Look what that clown did, and Romney endorses the very same policies. Less regulation led to a World wide economic disaster. BARAK is BACK - MITT doesnt FIT!

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