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The Path(s) to the White House

As election returns pour in this evening, it will be interesting to see which of the battleground states vote for President Obama and which side with Mitt Romney.

The New York Times has an amazing interactive graphic that allows you to project the winner in nine competitive states, and see how that would alter the path to the White House for both candidates.

Click the image below to visit the page on the Times’ website:

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