(Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are both running against history — the only question now is who will defy it to win the presidency.
Obama is seeking to overcome the drag of high unemployment and economic weakness that has frustrated predecessors’ re-election bids, while his Republican rival Romney reaches for an upset to propel him beyond his party’s standing and swamp an electoral map stacked against him on the final day of the presidential race.
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