The senator gives Mitt Romney the edge because he says momentum and enthusiasm are on his side
Senator David Vitter is predicting victory for Mitt Romney in the Presidential Election.
"It's obviously a close election, so I think it's going to all come down to momentum and enthusiasm which all affects turnout. And I think both of those factors have been strongly in Gov. Romney's favor," Vitter said in an interview Monday with 99.5FM.
"I think he's run a really strong campaign since the first debate. I think that changed the whole dynamics of the election, and it's been very positive for him since then."
Vitter says the 2012 Presidential Election is enormously important.
"I hope we choose Gov. Romney because I think he represents getting back to our roots as a nation of an opportunity society focused on individual freedom and liberty, the free market system."
Vitter says he'll be staying close to home on Tuesday, voting in his home precinct in Metairie, attending a Romney victory party early in the evening in Metairie and watching the election results at his Metairie home.