Chris Kromm

Institute for Southern Studies

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Executive Director of the Institute for Southern Studies and publisher of Facing South/Southern Exposure

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Despite widespread predictions that it might take weeks to decide the election,  Mitt Romney conceded  at 1 this morning in Boston. Shortly afterwards,  President Obama spoke .

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The popular vote was almost even, but President Obama won big in the Electoral College. Control of the House and the Senate did not change at all.

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The popular vote was almost even, but President Obama won big in the Electoral College. Control of the House and the Senate did not change at all.

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Rick Santorum  won both Alabama and Mississippi yesterday.  Newt Gingrich  took second place in states even he said he needed.

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