With less than a week to go before Election Day Candy answers your questions about Election Day. This week Candy answers five questions from Twitter and one from Facebook on the electoral college, Superstorm Sandy and election predictions. Thanks for all the questions and check back next week for your chance to Ask Candy.
For people who work in the news business, Election Week is like the Super Bowl.
For most of us in Washington, DC, politics is the reason we’re here. And every four years, we start ticking down the clock to Election Day. We started covering this race about 18 months ago, and now here we are, just six days left, and we are no closer to knowing who might actually win this thing. The pollsters tell us one thing, the campaigns might tell us something different. We can read twenty news stories about Ohio and come away with twenty different reasons why one candidate or the other might win.
By Candy Crowley
Washington (CNN) - The beauty of being a president and a candidate is that when a monster storm stalks up the East Coast you can run over to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and be seen as a president on the job.
Which also works if you are reapplying.
"It's so important for us to respond big and respond fast as local information starts coming in," President Barack Obama said at FEMA.
It's more than just Obama-Romney this November. CNN's politicos share their favorite down-ballot races.
Anna Greenberg, Mike Duffy & Bill Mcinturff discuss what the polls mean as the election comes to an end.
Virginia Gov. Bob. McDonnell and former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland weigh in on who will in the key battleground states.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus on what Gov. Romney needs to do to win in Virginia and Ohio.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus on how the GOP's missteps will impact the election.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell on how his state is preparing for hurricane Sandy.
Senior Obama Campaign adviser David Axelrod weighs in on how hurricane Sandy will affect the campaign.