It’s November 10 and we’re ready to call Florida

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It’s been three days since a record number of people went to the polls in the U.S. and we can finally say that all of the states have finally been called and allocated to one candidate or the other. The result, President Obama has been re-elected.

Of course you all knew that, but Florida, the Sunshine State where so many seniors go and meet their sunsets, did what it always did, screw up on election day, and it took until today for CNN and the other networks to officially call the state for the President.

Let’s see what else we can take away from Tuesday’s elections.

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