The prospect that a single electoral vote could swing the presidential election is a tantalizing scenario among Maine’s northern denizens, in disbelief that their votes could suddenly mean as much as those in New Hampshire, Ohio, and Iowa. With the race so close, the battle over the White House could end in a draw — 269 electoral votes apiece for President Obama and Mitt Romney — providing a possibility that a state like Maine could provide the clincher.
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