“When it comes down to what’s going to decide this race, it’s 10-12 states” said FOX40 Political Analyst Gary Dietrich.
For nearly 25 years, we’ve voted for a democratic presidential candidate in California. The numbers the state reported suggest 43 percent of registered voters in California are Democrats and 30 percent are Republican.
Still, California has more registered voters this election than ever before, with 1.4 million new voters.
“There’s so much passion in America right now, either for Barack Obama or against him, that a lot of people are going to cast their votes just on that,” Dietrich said.
Many voters told FOX40 Monday that propositions are the reason they’re going to the polls Tuesday.