Newspaper endorsements of presidential candidates always have gotten a lot of attention, and so it is in the ultra-close 2012 election.
With one day to go, GOP challenger Mitt Romney can claim some momentum in the journalist sector. Eight leading swing-state newspapers have switched from President Obama to Romney in 2012, according to poynter.org, which tracks the media industry.
And overall, Romney leads Obama in endorsements from swing-state newspapers.
In Florida, always a crucial state, Romney leads 7-2 in newspaper endorsements. Ohio is split 4-4 -- talk about close!
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