The Trumpet Daily

November 9, 2012  •  08 minutes  •  # $

One of the most interesting things about Hurricane Sandy was the timing of the storm. After the hurricane hit, it was the president—not Mitt Romney—who made headlines, particularly after his response to the hurricane received high praise from a Republican governor. Romney lost to the president by about 3 million votes overall. And according to exit polls from the election, 42 percent of voters said the president’s response to the hurricane played an important role in their decision.