Mitt Romney Concedes Presidency

    BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 07: Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, waves to the crowd before conceding the presidency during Mitt Romney's campaign election night event at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on November 7, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. After voters went to the polls in the heavily contested presidential race, networks projected incumbent U.S. President Barack Obama has won re-election against Republican candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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    That’s a wrap. After more than 17 months of campaigning, a mostly unemotional Mitt Romney conceded the presidency to Barack Obama on Tuesday night, as networks gave the incumbent an 100 electoral vote lead. Speaking to supporters in Boston, the former Massachusetts governor—who earlier in the night said that he had only prepared a 1,118-word victory speech—said that he wished the president well. “This is a time of great challenges for America,” Romney said. Thanking running mate Paul Ryan and his wife Ann, Romney called his campaign an unprecedented effort for the GOP. “The nation as you know is at a critical point,” Romney said. “Our leaders have to reach across the aisle.”

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