"Tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow. Tomorrow we begin a better tomorrow," Romney said. "This nation is going to begin to make a change for the better tomorrow. Your work is making a difference, the people of the world are watching, the people of America are watching. We can begin a better tomorrow tomorrow." Those were his last words on the campaign trail that has cost the two parties $2bn, has taken them thousands of miles across the USA and after a year of hard work has them neck and neck in the polls. In spite of flooding American TV with advertising and there is still only a hair’s breadth between them.
Knowing that the results in the so called swing states could be both crucial and inconclusive, the two candidates have lawyers in place. What they want to avoid is a rerun of the "hanging chads" debacle in 2000. There have already been complaints in Florida and Ohio. Both parties badly want the 270 electoral college votes that will secure them the presidency. Since, polls show that the two are tied very closely, they may well get stuck at 269 votes and that is when it will become messy.
Message to Mitt, “today is now yesterday’s tomorrow and to be honest it doesn’t look any better. Maybe tomorrow will be better than both today and yesterday but we will have to wait another day to find out.”