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With VP debate setting stage for the final weeks of campaigning by both candidates, Obama campaign says the elections are ‘far from over,’ and the president will soon enough make a rebound in the polls.
By Linda Bolard-Winsh The media suck and twist presidential debates for all it is worth. Sadly what these debates are worth is only how much advertising pays to be beamed through your small screen into your living room.
October 12, 2012 Both the national tracking polls and the state polling data that came in this week have been suggestive of a three- or four-point bounce for Mr. Romney since the debate. There is spotty evidence that this is down from an initial
by the numbers -- at the swing states: 9: The number of swing, or battleground, states in play for the 2012 presidential election. They are: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.
According to Troper, Katz rudely interfered in the Jewish Home's affairs by turning to MK Zevulun Orlev and asking him to sign an agreement to run jointly with the National Union. Katz overstepped the Jewish Home's rules and recognized institutions,
The pro-Romney group has raised the most of all the presidential super PACs, bringing in $96.7 million through the end of August -- more than half of which it spent in the primaries. Its counterpart on the Democratic side, the pro- Obama Priorities
Kentucky may be the site for tonight's debate between the vice presidential candidates, but the monster swing state of Ohio remains the focus of the White House dreams for President Obama and Mitt Romney. Both the incumbent and his challenger have
Newport defended the switch, saying it was an attempt to stay consistent with changes in the communication behavior and habits of those we are interviewing. Gallup switched primarily to telephone interviewing a few decades ago based on the
Rep. Chip Cravaack raised almost half a million dollars for his reelection campaign between July and September, his campaign announced Thursday. Cravaack, a freshman Republican, is being challenged by former Democratic congressman Rick Nolan in one
Barack Obama carried this state by 10 percentage points in 2008, and polls this year have had him ahead of hometown candidate Mitt Romney , who has a house in Wolfeboro, by as much as 7 percentage points. But recent polls have showed the race