The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 28% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Thirty-nine percent (39%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -11 (see trends). Yesterday, the President hosted Cambridge police Sgt. James Crowley and Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., for a beer on the White House lawn. […]
[q url=”http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/04/26/obama.debate/index.html?iref=mpstoryview”] ANDERSON, Indiana (CNN) — Sen. Hillary Clinton called for a Lincoln-Douglas-style debate with no moderator against her rival, Sen. Barack Obama, who says no more debates are needed before the May primaries. Sen. Barack Obama attends a a town hall meeting in Marion, Indiana, on Saturday. In a TV interview to air Sunday, Obama flat-out denied any possibility that he would take part in a debate with Clinton […]
Hillary Clinton’s victory in Pennsylvania last night has extended the primary to the next round of contests (Indiana and North Carolina on May 6) and has maintained the competitive nature of the race.
With her 10-point victory, we should expect her poll numbers and resources to increase in the coming days. Primary wins, especially in the 2008 election cycle, have had a direct impact on the national polling numbers for the candidates and when national polling numbers increase, so do campaign donations.
Super Tuesday Too Ohio Politisite Political Projections By Albert N. Milliron, Chief Political Corespondent Iron Mill Interactive Media, Inc / Politisite.com Web Posted March 1, 2008 7:00 pm. EST, 0000 UTC Outlook: Recent polling Recent Polling has indicated an up trend in Barack Obama’s polling numbers with 1 in the 4 polls reported March 1st giving him a 2 percentage point lead . Hilliary Clinton had a 20+ percentage […]
Super Tuesday: Politisite Political ProjectionsWe are finally Here! From Alaska to the North and Georgia to the south and New York to California, This is the closest thing to a National Primary this country has ever seen. The possible outcomes of each contest is mind boggling as in some cases with delegate distribution will winner takes all, in others a percentage will be given. It is different for each party as Democrats have one way […]
[q url=”http://www.paulding.com/forum/index.php?act=home”]Six dead in aircrash, including three prominent Paulding men Reduced 63% 642 x 483 (47.38K) Three prominent Paulding Residents are dead in an air crash near Mt. Airy, North Carolina. Among them are post Commissioner Hal Echols, local developer and owner of Raker Construction and Blue Sky Airways, Wesley Rakestraw and local developer Steve Simpson. In addition authorities released the names of Robert Butler, Tony Gunter and Frank Rogerrio. […]
Don’t Negate the Huckster By Albert . Milliron Mike Huckabee was given very little time in the California Debate even though the Real Clear Politics national average puts him within 1.5% points of Governor Mitt Romney 20.3% at 18.8%. I took a quick look at several sites that provide polling data for Super Tuesday Feb. 5th. Huckabee Wins several states straight up and within striking distance in many others. With Mitt Romney falling […]
Politisite’s Continuious Coverage of the Florida Primary Near real Time Election Results Politisite’s Continuious Coverage of the Florida Primary Here is what we said in our Politisite Political Projections John McCain: candidate is trending upward from January 7th at 19% points, High Flag since Win in South Carolina to Jan 27 of 31% We expect candidate to remain trending upward to 34% On election day with a margin of error […]
Tony Rezko: How to Get a Photo Op with the President? The Clinton’s With Rezko by politisite | January 26, 2008 at 02:29 pm | 168 views | add comment Upload Photos, Videos and Audio Clinton’s with Indicted Rezko by politisite updated 2 hrs ago | 28 views Calling all NowPublic Contributers: Find a Similar Photo With President Clinton and the First Lady How do you get a photo opportunity with […]
January 22, 2008 Statement from Sen. Fred Thompson McLean, VA – Senator Fred Thompson today issued the following statement about his campaign for President: “Today I have withdrawn my candidacy for President of the United States. I hope that my country and my party have benefited from our having made this effort. Jeri and I will always be grateful for the encouragement and friendship of so many wonderful people.” Source: […]