Tuesday will be a historic day for the United States as millions of Americans will head to the polls to cast their ballots for President of the United States. In 2008 we knew what the outcome of the election was going to be, even if some didn't want to admit it. We knew that Americans had bought into the speeches from Barack Obama. It was clear that at that time, many Americans wanted to be part of history regardless of the ideals behind the candidate.

That was 2008, and Americans no longer want to hear about hope and change. Instead, they want action. The policies of Barack Obama aren't popular at all and the economy is not where it should be and under President Obama it won't be. Small business owners fear the future and when fear sets in, employment stalls.

Polls show a close race, but when you break down the polls they show a huge over-sampling of Democrats. No one really believes that Democrats will show up to vote like they did in 2008. However, some polling firms have over-sampled Democrats by a wider margin than what we saw in '08. Won't happen.  Republican enthusiasm is huge right now and that is holding true in some of the major swing states like Ohio. Independents are also breaking for Mitt Romney and that will put him over the edge.

I believe that Mitt Romney will win the election on Tuesday night and will become the 45th President of the United States. I predict that Romney will win about 51-52% of the popular vote and could even get over 300 Electoral College votes. Romney will win Ohio, Virginia,  North Carolina, and Colorado. Romney could even pull out wins in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

It's not a lock that Romney wins on Tuesday, but I feel pretty confident about it. If Romney wins, it will be a huge first step in fixing what is wrong in this country. Right now, people care about the economy and their future. That will be what propels Romney to victory on Tuesday night.