On Tuesday night (September 18) Larry Sabato, the Robert Kent Gooch Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, and director of its Center for Politics spoke to 260 members of the Richmond Academy of Medicine (RAM) at the Westin Hotel.
In his comments Sabato forsees a narrow victory for President Obama due in part to ineffective campaigning by Republican candidate Mitt Romney. He indicated that the election is not a done deal if Romney's performance can improve and suggested the Republican candidate should present himself as "Mr. Fix It" for the economy. Sabato also predicted a narrow victory for Tim Kaine unless Romney has a strong performance in Virginia.
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