RNC chairman casts ballot in Somers

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MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The chairman of the Republican National Committee says he feels good about what GOP campaign workers have accomplished and that party enthusiasm on the ground will translate to a Mitt Romney-Paul Ryan win.

Reince Priebus tells WISN radio that volunteers and others across the Midwest have done a great job of identifying voters, getting out the vote and using the technology and manpower to secure a Republican victory.

Preibus says he voted in the Kenosha County town of Somers and is optimistic about Tuesday night's results. He's predicting the presidential race will be decided in time for the 10 o'clock news.

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