Final Polls Give Barack Obama Slight Edge Over Mitt Romney In Presidential Race Victories in these three states would bring the president’s electoral vote total to 303 to Romney’s 235. The surveys show Romney enjoying a slim lead in Florida, but with a more substantial advantage in North Carolina. 11/6/2012 - 12:22 am | View Link
Romney, Obama look for edge as campaign nears end So far, Democratic voters outnumber Republicans in Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina and Ohio. Republicans have the edge in Colorado. Kuhnhenn reported from Washington. Associated Press writers Julie Pace and Stephen Ohlemacher contributed to this report. 11/2/2012 - 11:50 pm | View Link
Christie: Romney should 'be himself' to keep edge JERSEY CITY — Gov. Chris Christie has some advice for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney: Be yourself. Romney has enjoyed a bump in most polls after last week's debate. Christie says in order to maintain that, Romney needs to keep showing the ... 10/9/2012 - 2:29 am | View Link
HPU/FOX8 Poll: Romney has slight edge with NC voters HIGH POINT, N.C. — A High Point University/FOX8 poll completed shortly before Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention finds the GOP presidential nominee has a slight edge over President Barack Obama with registered North ... 09/3/2012 - 2:18 am | View Link
North Carolina: Romney 49%, Obama 44% Mitt Romney has a five-point edge over President Obama in the battleground state of North Carolina. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the Tar Heel State finds Romney with 49% support, while the president earns 44% of the vote. 08/1/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Election Center 2008: Primary Results CNN.com delivers the latest election results by county for the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries and caucuses. 10/20/2016 - 7:45 pm | View Website
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In two weeks, Donald Trump will lose. He’ll lose big. He’ll lose in historic fashion. He’ll lose so big, in fact, that the only drama left is whether he can eke out a victory in Texas and Utah. That’s how big he’ll lose, going down in history among the nation’s yuuugest losers.
He’ll lose so big, that Republicans down-ballot will go down with him, including some never considered endangered.
Today’s comic by Jen Sorensen is No comparison:
Fourteen days remain until the election. Click here to make sure you're registered to vote. In the majority of states, if you haven’t yet registered, you’ve missed the deadline. Below is a list of deadlines in the 19 states where there is still time to register, including the 13 where you can register on Election Day or don’t need to register.
Today is the final day you can register by mail in Wyoming.
Scott Walker (Credit: AP/Paul Sancya)
A Green Bay city clerk refused to set up an early voting site because she didn’t want it to help Democrats, newly released emails show.
According to the emails, obtained through an open records request by the One Wisconsin Institute, City Clerk Kris Teske refused to open more than a single early voting site (and that one in a location only open during business hours) because the local college students who would most benefit from it were likely to vote for Democrats.
“I have heard it said that students lean more toward the Democrats,” she wrote on Aug.
SDPB RadioFBI, Justice Dept. prep for Election Day security concernsWashington PostWASHINGTON — The Justice Department and FBI say they will have officials ready on Election Day to respond to potential crimes, with monitors at select polling places and lawyers who will field complaints on voter intimidation, fraud and other problems.
You'd think a Latino politician might understand that his fellow Latinos aren't stupid. Apparently, though, Marco Rubio thinks his last name is enough to make other Latinos forget that he's backing Donald Trump in this election. It's not, as he found out when he "got booed off a stage in Orlando on Sunday, by a crowd that was overwhelmingly Latino."
[W]hen he took the stage, there was spattering of boos from the crowd.
And when the emcee introduced the senator, they grew louder.
"I'm going to introduce a man who represents Latinos, no matter where you're from," the emcee boomed in Spanish.
Why is this Obamacare still so hard to understand, traditional media? Look at this from the Washington Post:
The Obama administration’s quiet acknowledgement last night that premiums for popular Obamacare health plans will rise by an average of 25 percent next year is another October surprise.
Is it just because it has two things you love to repeat without understanding or explaining—Obamacare premium increases and October surprises?