Could unforeseen events jolt race?

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Could unforeseen events jolt race?

Brewing storms, unemployment, overseas unrest all could factor
President Barack Obama, speaking last week at a campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa, and Republican rival Mitt Romney, are on guard for anything that could tip a presidential race that polls show is close.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, appearing at a campaign event last week in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, says President Barack Obama has failed with his economic policies, but a favorable jobs report on the eve of the election could swing the election to the president.

Could unforeseen events jolt race?

President Barack Obama, speaking last week at a campaign stop in Davenport, Iowa, and Republican rival Mitt Romney, are on guard for anything that could tip a presidential race that polls show is close.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, appearing at a campaign event last week in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, says President Barack Obama has failed with his economic policies, but a favorable jobs report on the eve of the election could swing the election to the president.
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