I typically don't vote, this time I made sure to do so. You?
The problem for Democrats is that a much better turnout operation is not just desirable, but essential. On average, Romney backers are whiter, older, more affluent and have moved around less than the general population: all that fits profiles of those most likely to vote. Democratic hopes rest on numbers: their theoretical voter pool is larger. Both camps sound remarkably convinced that their version of the ground game will triumph. The final count will prove one side right.