Polls give Obama edge over Romney, but it’s too close to call

… National polling showed late voter movement toward Obama, raising the possibility that the election might not drag out for days and weeks of wrangling over disputed ballots, as some feared.

The president continued to maintain a slight edge in the vast majority of swing-state opinion polls, though his advantage typically remained within the surveys’ margins of error, leaving the contest statistically tied. [cont.]

Paul West, Los Angeles Times