Storm may affect Romney’s campaign in Virginia
Hurricane Sandy may affect the outcome of the presidential election in Virginia as Romney’s campaign was forced to cancel several local events Sunday and Monday. Both candidates have had to suspend campaign activity to confront concerns related to the massive storm system facing residents along the East coast.
In the final days of a heated election, the storm may seem a welcome relief from non-stop political advertisements and news stories, but has thrown a monkey wrench into last-minute campaign strategies. Both Obama and Romney have spoken regarding the severity of the storm and the necessity for emergency preparations.