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Battleground States

Is Minnesota in Play?

November 3, 2008

Some recent polling data from SurveyUSA has McCain within the margin of error in Minnesota, with Obama only leading by 3 points, 49-43.  Could this state be in-play?  Are we all going to be surprised by the final election map on Tuesday night?  This is going to be interesting.

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The Ground Game is On!

November 2, 2008

One of the big reasons Bush won in both 2000 and 2008 was a successful Get-out-the-vote ground game.  Jim Geraghty at National Review Online’s campaign spot posted some notes from his mentor, known as “Obi-Wan Kenobi”, who has some insights into how the ground game is going in the battleground states.  The notes should help [...]

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Why Can’t McCain Run Ads Like This?

October 15, 2008

Many conservatives (myself included) have been frustrated that the McCain camp can’t get the message out on Obama and his Liberalism.  We have felt that the media was giving him a free pass.  An independent group called Let Freedom Ring has begun to release ads in key battleground states and national cable and network spots.  The [...]

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Ohio Secretary of State Violates Election Law

October 10, 2008

A Federal Judge has ruled that Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner (D-OH) has repeatedly violated federal election law by not validating the identifications of those registered to vote.  The judge ordered Brunner to cross-check new registrations against the State Department of Motor Vehicle Database and/or the Federal Social Security Database.  Brunner is refusing to comply and [...]

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Stealing Ohio

October 1, 2008

In Ohio, it is now possible to register to vote AND immediately vote for President this week.  The Secretary of State of Ohio, Democrat Jennifer Brunner, pushed this because of pressure from Lefties on college campuses — the young skulls-full-of-mush are the least reliable voting bloc because they don’t get out of bed in time [...]

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Looking Bad for Obama

September 15, 2008

It is beginning to look bad for Barack Obama.  The last three days of Rasmussen polling have John McCain at 49-50% for the first time since Obama became the presumptive Democrat nominee.  The Rasmussen poll is a 3-day rolling tracking poll of Likely voters, and the polling occured after the Sarah Palin interviews with Charlie Gibson.  As most political [...]

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