Some big-name pundits are starting to talk about electoral college predictions, as Glenn Beck weighs in with a 321-217 Romney romp.
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Michigan is not in play this year, most experts agree, despite a Fox 2 News Poll conducted by Foster McCollum White that puts Romney-Obama in a dead heat, 47-47 percent.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is out with a new advert in Ohio called “Who Will Do More?” — a defense of his position on the GM and Chrysler auto bailouts. “Who will do more for the auto industry,” the ad begins, the optics an allusion to the days when the Detroit Three were running … Continue Reading →
Columbus, Ohio – A drive across the battleground state of Ohio last weekend revealed a fall political landscape in full bloom – from colorful local races to dark scars of a divisive presidency. “Lawless for Sheriff” read lawn signs across Pickaway County, Ohio, just south of the Ohio beltway. Of all public offices, Independent Jason … Continue Reading →
This is a summary of the second debate between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama in a real-time diary format.
Vice President Joe Biden channeled Raging Biden, but Rep. Paul Ryan held up, holding serve for Romney’s initial debate lead. Starting from foreign policy, leading to the economy, and on to Medicare/Medicaid, we seem to learn more about policy from the people who actually won’t be president. The vice presidential session felt like a real … Continue Reading →
Winning. It’s the point of a race. Prior to the Denver Presidential Debate on Wednesday, we hear that Mitt Romney doesn’t want to talk about winning. The Romney campaign has a clear window to the nation, the first debate that sets the tone for all of the future debates. And they would rather reduce any … Continue Reading →
What is the one thing that could happen to change your vote? If you have decided to vote at all in the November national election, what could make you change your vote to the competition or opposition party candidate? Is there something that President Barack Obama could say to change your vote or something that … Continue Reading →
Gary Peters looks white. I never heard him say he was. Hansen Clarke has said he’s black. Does it matter? Some say he’s Latino, others said they know he’s Arab, but both men are running for a national office from a city that is minority-majority black, a city that has been the “black and proud” … Continue Reading →
Is there any such animal as a black conservative? There are blacks that have run in political races calling themselves conservatives, like Herman Cain. But we all knew what he was about from the beginning. Cain wanted to do the Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton thing — run for a nomination he knew he wouldn’t get … Continue Reading →