Newspaper Endorsements Almost Evenly Divided Between Obama and Romney 

American Presidency Project says with about 10 days until vote, Obama leads 17-16 among newspapers

If newspaper editors still have sway, President Barack Obama appears poised to narrowly defeat Republican challenger Mitt Romney in a little more than 10 days. According to The American Presidency Project, 17 newspapers have endorsed Obama for the November 6 election compared…

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