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It's Election Day in the United States, so with Barack Obama and Mitt Romney reaching the closing stages of their quest for the presidency, here are our top ten White House related world records. 1. First president to be given a Secret Service code name Former US President Harry S Truman, who served The results of the 2012 Scholastic Presidential Election Student Vote are in: President Barack Obama, the Democratic nominee, won with 51 percent of the vote, while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee, received 45