Sitting here tonight watching the election results, I feel a very similar feeling to the past two Presidential elections. With just about every battleground state coming in as “too close to call”, I think I need a beer and Red Bull so I can... (more...)
The latest polls show even more that John McCain has a long up hill battle to wage over the next three weeks or so. He needs to change his tactics, because the ones he is using now are surely not working. Way back in the beginning, when the state by... (more...)
As the election season winds down to the final weeks, a grim reality will have set in for disillusioned voters: this November 4 will force them to choose, yet again, “the lesser of two evils.” However, voters will not be the only ones left with bitter... (more...)
According to the latest poll taken by Opinion Research, Barack Obama is not connecting with the supporters of Hillary Clinton like he, and the leaders of the Democratic Party hoped he would. In fact, he is losing support, not gaining it. (more…) Read More →
One of the main discussions of the day is who is going to be the vice presidential nominee of both major parties. A ticket of Barack Obama/ Hillary Clinton or vice versa has been called the dream ticket for the Democrats, but what do Hillary Clinton’s... (more...)
There is very little doubt about the outcome of the Presidential election in New York. The Empire State is leaning very heavily to the Democratic side of the ledger, which is one reason why very few polls are being taken in New York State, but there... (more...)
Does Hillary Clinton really want Barack Obama to be the winner in November. Not really, at least according to the latest poll from Rasmussen Reports. (more…) Read More →
This Friday, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are due to hit the campaign trail together. Could this be a preview of what is to come after the convention, which it seems will go on as scheduled? There is a committee looking at various vice presidential... (more...)
Rasmussen Reports has taken a look at the Presidential primary in Mississippi, a state that is considered to be solidly in the Republican column. And the results are not surprise, with McCain leading both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. (more…) Read More →
Rasmussen Reports is taking a close look at current trends in the swing states and this time they have focused on Pennsylvania, a state in which John McCain lags behind in current polls. McCain trails Clinton more than Obama. (more…) Read More →
Quinipiac University in Connecticut has come up with one of the most intriguing polls of the campaign so far. They asked a nationwide sampling of voters which one of the three Presidential candidates they would like to spend a Memorial Day picnic with,... (more...)
The latest Rasmussen Reports poll from Florida has some results that will make a couple of the candidates do some thinking. Florida is an important swing state, one that both parties will be going after full force and the results of this poll proves a... (more...)
The latest poll of the Voters in Maine shows John McCain losing to either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton by the same margin, 51% to 38%. A month ago, Obama led McCain by a margin of 49% to 39% and Clinton led McCain by 47% to 42%. Both Democrats have... (more...)
The latest poll from Rasmussen Reports points out how divided the Democratic party is at this point in the election process and it also points out just how loyal the supporters of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are to their candidates. (more…) Read More →
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