Republican candidate Mitt Romney may have to be extra careful with his electoral votes this fall, with some counts giving him a bare 20 votes over the 270 he’d need to win the presidency. That means that while there is a road to the White House for Romney, it’s not one that will allow for many mistakes. Republicans have had trouble winning a significant electoral ceiling in the past two decades, while Democrats have often swept up far more votes than needed—and Romney will need to take states such as Pennsylvania and Michigan, which have gone blue for the past five contests.
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