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Topic - Tom Rietz
"It could simply be that nothing is changing and we're getting closer to the election," he explained. "There are no more debates that are going to happen, so no one's going to say anything really positive or negative. Very little campaigning to be done. No more storms. Neither candidate is going to run out of money. There are not as many things that could happen as could've happened a week or two weeks ago."
"The fact that Obama's rising may just be that he's predicted to win and we're just getting closer to the election," Mr. Rietz said. "It could be the case that Romney was getting closer, but he's just run out of time."