Posted by | November 3, 2012 08:17 | Filed under: Top Stories

Only James K. Polk won the White House while losing his home state of Tennessee,  beating Henry Clay.

According to polls, Romney faces the prospect of losing both the state of his birth, Michigan, and the state where he lives and served as governor, Massachusetts.

Obama holds a double digit lead in Massachusetts, but the race is closer in Michigan, with the polls tightening, though the president remains in front.

And let’s not forget that Romney also has a residence in California, another blue state, and home of the infamous car elevator.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.