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Weather Channel To Monitor Swing State Voter Turnout

The Weather Channel, which found in a study that weather could affect whether 25% of eligible voters will make it to the polls this November, will have reporters in swing states on Election Day monitoring the weather's impact on voting.

"Obama's supporters should be hoping for clear skies: Twenty-eight percent of people who said they plan to vote for Obama said weather would have a significant or moderate impact on their decisions to vote, while 19 percent of Romney supporters said it would," writes David Bauder.

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