The quirky breakdown of electoral votes in Nebraska means that voters in a single Congressional district in the eastern part of the state are being heavily courted by the Obama team. If the national electoral vote tally is close, then the one electoral vote in the Omaha-area Second Congressional district would loom large.
With Obama apparently ahead in competitive states such as Virginia, the presidency may not hinge on Omaha's vote. But what will matter is the Obama effect on Rep. Lee Terry, the five-term Republican congressman from Omaha.
Read more about this unique House race from MSNBC.com's Tom Curry here.