Gov. Christie expected to go after N.J. Democrats at Mahwah town hall TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie is expected to take more shots at Democrats today at a town hall in Mahwah. The combative Republican governor has a lot on his plate: Decisions on the $31.7 billion state budget Democrats sent him on Monday, as well as a ... 06/27/2012 - 6:58 am | View Link
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Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn could be poised for an upset win in the Georgia Senate race — or perhaps, to push the entire election season into a special overtime round. In the new poll from CNN, Nunn has 47 percent support, ahead of Republican nominee David Perdue with 44 percent, plus 5 percent for Libertarian candidate Amanda Swafford.
Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz seemed to either struggle to answer or evade questions about President Obama's activity on the campaign trail during a Thursday interview with Bloomberg TV's With All Due Respect. As hosts John Heilemann and Mark Halperin asked her about DNC deployment of popular former President Bill Clinton to assist Democratic Senate candidates while an increasingly unpopular Obama stayed home, Wasserman-Schultz just kept saying "the president has been campaigning in competitive races," but would not name any of the competitive Senate races in question
If you're going to have a robot help you with your day-to-day life, it might as well be a cute robot, right? The idea sounds nice in theory, but the BBC suggests that cute robots may actually be more dangerous. The robots' endearing big eyes could cause people to trust them with confidential information, like passwords, that could be stored in the cloud.
It’s no secret that Americans are turned off politics and disgusted with Congress. Pundit after pundit has stepped forward to declare the 2014 midterms “an election about nothing.” There are surely good reasons to be pessimistic, but for voters in states with crucial races, the election really is about something—local jobs, God-given freedoms, the right to control one’s body, or how people in the state feel about President Obama.