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  • Mass Senate: Brown 49 Warren 47

    11/02/2012 3:51:50 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 20 replies
    In the second poll released this week, Republican Scott Brown has a two-point lead over Democrat Elizabeth Warren in the Massachusetts Senate race. A new poll from Kimball Political Consulting, a firm based in Massachusetts affiliated with the GOP, finds 49 percent support Brown while 47 percent support Warren. A Boston Globe poll released on Monday also showed a two-point lead for Brown, 45 percent to 43 percent.
  • Newt on Hannity: Romney will win 53-47, with 300+ EV and R will carry senate

    11/02/2012 1:28:24 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 59 replies
    11/2/12 | Self
    Just heard Newt on Hannity calmly predict Romney 53-47, 300+ EV and Republicans will win the senate.
  • Romney will win Iowa according to...(vanity)

    11/02/2012 6:32:19 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 12 replies
    11/2/12 | Self
    FWIW, I was listening to Omaha radio station KFAB this morning, and host Jim Rose said a high ranking state official in Iowa told our Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman that Romney would win Iowa and win by 2 points. This isn't speculation, it's was a matter of fact statement.
  • Fuming Mad-Obamacare garbage (vanity)

    11/01/2012 6:22:19 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 14 replies
    However, in August, 2011 the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced new guidelines to ensure women receive preventive health services at no additional cost to them. The guidelines require insurance plans to cover certain women’s preventive services at 100%. These new required Health Care Reform mandates added a significant increase to our health care plan. With this in mind, we would like to announce the following for 2013. Please use the information below as a check-off list when completing your open enrollment: HEALTH COVERAGE – BlueCross BlueShield remains the Health Plan provider for 2013. There are no...
  • Iowa: Romney 45.2 O 44.4 (U of Iowa poll)

    11/01/2012 5:55:38 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 33 replies
    Hawkeye Poll ^ | 10/31/12
    University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll
  • Ohio O 48 R 46 (University of Cincy Poll-complete BS alert!)

    10/31/2012 2:14:52 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 23 replies
    The Ohio Poll ^ | 10/31/12
    President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney continue to run a close race for Ohio's prized 18 electoral votes. In the race for U.S. Senate, likely voters currently give incumbent Senator Sherrod Brown a 49 to 44 edge over Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel. These findings are based on the latest Ohio Poll, conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati. The Ohio Poll is sponsored by the University of Cincinnati. The Poll was conducted with Ohio likely voters from October 25 to October 30, 2012.
  • NE Senate: Fischer 55 Kerrey 39

    10/27/2012 3:23:08 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 9 replies
    Deb Fischer continues to hold a commanding lead in the race for U.S. Senate. Our Tuesday through Thursday track showed Fischer ahead of Bob Kerrey by a 16-point margin (55% Fischer–39% Kerrey). She also has a solid edge among committed voters. 46% of likely voters say they are definitely voting for Fischer compared to 32% definitely voting for Kerrey.
  • In Iowa, disappointment with Obama runs deep

    10/26/2012 7:35:36 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 16 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 10/26/12
    In Iowa, a rural state of outsized political importance, retired nurse Pauline McAreavy is among thousands eager to vote against President Barack Obama after four years of disappointment. McAreavy holds a personal grudge against the president that dates back to 2008, when she hosted Obama's supporters for three weeks in the Midwestern state that nurtured his improbable White House dreams. She never got a thank you note for her small role in helping land Obama in the White House, but McAreavy's antagonism goes deeper, the product of broken promises and accumulated disillusion with the "hope" promised by the man who...
  • PMSNBC/WJS/Marist Polls showing Zero up 8 in Iowa and 6 in Wisconsin(mega barf LOL alert)

    10/18/2012 4:09:26 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 12 replies ^ | 10/18/12
    In the presidential contest in Iowa, 51% of likely voters, including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate and those who voted absentee, support President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. 43% are for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Two percent back another candidate, and 4% are undecided.
  • It's Romney (CO Newspaper endorses Mitt)

    10/14/2012 8:15:01 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 12 replies
    WE DIDN’T endorse Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy four years ago, but after he was elected we congratulated him on his victory and expressed our desire that his presidency would be successful. But soon after his inauguration, it became clear that his talk of “post-partisanship” and governmental transparency was just that: talk. He, along with then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi, rammed through Obamacare with almost no input from congressional Republicans. Recall Ms. Pelosi’s comment that “We have to pass this so you can see what’s in it.”
  • Election May Well Come Down to Colorado

    10/14/2012 7:38:18 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 20 replies
    RCP/Pittsburgh Tribune ^ | 10/14/12 | Selena Zito
    If businessman Coors has a good night on Nov. 6, so will Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, likely not only in Colorado but nationwide. Colorado is looking like a state that is the national average, perhaps a tick or two rightward, according to Sean Trende, a savvy number-cruncher and Yale-trained political scientist for the website RealClearPolitics. “So if Romney is winning Colorado, it probably means he is headed for a decent night,” Trende said of the relatively new electoral trend of a Western state signaling a presidential win. If Romney wins here comfortably, that probably means a national win on...
  • Minnesota coming into play? (O47 R43)

    10/13/2012 5:01:53 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 72 replies
    Key Findings: 1. The Romney-Ryan team is right in the thick of things in Minnesota. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan trail Barack Obama and Joe Biden by just four points – 43% Romney/Ryan to 47% Obama/Biden in the Presidential race in Minnesota. While Minnesota is a Democratic state, the Romney/Ryan ticket’s 45%-32% lead over Obama/Biden among Independents makes the state competitive. Romney/Ryan lead 45%-42% among men, but trail 42%-52% among women. 2. While Obama’s image is decent overall, he has real problems with Independents. Romney’s image is 45% favorable/44% unfavorable, which is a little weaker than Obama’s 50% favorable/44% unfavorable...
  • Worst moments of the Obama Presidency?

    10/10/2012 4:13:41 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 48 replies
    Self | Self
    With President Pinocchio about to get dusted out of the White House, what are the worst things you'll remember about this Presidency? Bowing to foreign leaders? Does this guy have a Jimmy Carter grand finale left in him where he blames "Racist" America for his defeat?
  • Suffolk Polling says they're moving out of FL, NC and VA (they're going to Romney)

    10/09/2012 6:28:48 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 47 replies
    Self | 10/9/12 | Self
    Since my other thread got deleted, I'll repost. On O'Reily tonight Suffolk University pollster said they will no longer be doing any polls in FL, NC or VA since they're clearly going to Romney. Going to poll in states that are still up for grabs. Interesting stuff.
  • Romney Surging in PA (O 47 R 45)

    10/08/2012 3:51:52 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 30 replies
    American Spectator ^ | 10/8/12 | American Spectator
    Just in. The Susquehanna Poll (from the Susquehanna Polling and Research folks ) have just released their post-debate poll of Pennsylvania. Bottom line: Romney is suddenly surging, with Obama leading by a mere two points -- which is to say a "virtual dead heat." Concludes the poll: There is (my emphasis) "clear evidence the debates have helped solidify the Keystone State as a tossup election in November and one well within Romney's reach."
  • An Obama presidency will set race relations back decades (2008 pre-election article)

    10/06/2012 8:15:51 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 12 replies
    Renew America ^ | 5/31/08 | Warner Todd Huston
    It will get very tiresome. It will get so tiresome that whites who would never have a racist thought in their minds will begin to have unkind thoughts of Barack's racemongering supporters. And this will be reflected upon every black person in the country. Blacks will have their hate-whitey feelings further entrenched (just as they did during the O.J. trial) and whites will find frustration with the foolish, blind support of a president that is obviously a failure. And for those who truly are racists, the debacle of an Obama presidency will give them the excuse to say that they...
  • Undecided voters in focus group swing sharply toward Romney

    10/03/2012 8:57:07 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 101 replies
    Frank Luntz: ‘I’ve never seen anything like this’; CBS post-debate poll shows big win for Romney
  • Suffolk/WWBT Virginia O 46 R 44 (D38/R35/I27)

    09/27/2012 3:48:58 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 34 replies
    /27/2012 President Barack Obama (46 percent) clings to a 2-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney (44 percent), in a swing-state nail-biter, according to a Suffolk University/NBC12 (WWBT-Richmond) poll of likely general-election voters in Virginia. Seven percent were undecided. The race is close – with survey results within the statistical margin of error – despite a decided popularity advantage for Obama. He boasted a +8 (52 percent favorable to 44 percent unfavorable) to Romney’s -3 (42 percent favorable to 45 percent unfavorable). “Barack Obama shows personal popularity and strength, especially outside of the D.C. area in northern Virginia,” said David...
  • Call from Romney Campaign (vanity)

    09/27/2012 2:31:45 PM PDT · by NoobRep · 3 replies
    self | self
    Call from Romney Campaign
  • BREAKING: CBS/NYT Report Dem Turnout To Break All-Time Records

    09/26/2012 6:02:01 AM PDT · by NoobRep · 129 replies ^ | 9/26/12 | John Nolte
    Here are the CBS/New York Times internals. And here's the con the CBS/NYTs is attempting to pull: Florida: In 2004 the vote was R+4. In 2008 the vote was D+3 CBS/NYTs is reporting that in 2012 we will see D+9. Ohio: In 2004 the vote was R+5 In 2008 the vote was D+8 CBS/NYTs is reporting that in 2012 we will see D+9 Pennsylvania: In 2010 the vote was D+3 In 2008 the vote was D+7 CBS/NYTs is reporting that in 2012 we will see D+9. - Again, why won't the media report the dramatic news that Democrats are expected...