A heavy turnout probably hurts Bush, said Larry Sabato, who runs the University of Virginia's Center for Politics in Charlottesville, Virginia. "If this turnout goes about 120 million, which it might, he's gone," Sabato said. "That many new people are not showing up to say, 'Good job, Mr. President.'"Ouch. That's got to hurt.
Here's MSNBC's morning report.