All pundits and politicos are agreeing that this year's presidential race -- and many other federal races as well—will be extremely tight. Who wins the White House on Tuesday will largely rely on get out the vote efforts by both parties in a number of battle ground states that will ultimately decide the election.
One of these states is Ohio. Polling locally and nationally has President Barack Obama leading but still within the margin of error over Republican challenger Mitt Romney, and early voting could become the key to who will be the victor in the state, as well as the nation.
No wonder anti-choice activists are fighting so hard to supress the vote.