Daily Archives: October 5, 2008

Even Karl Rove predicts Obama would win the election if held today.

With 30 days until Nov. 4, Karl Rove projects that Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) would get at least 273 electoral votes – three more than are needed to win – if the presidential election were held today.

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>VP Debate Pushed Undecided Voters to Obama

>What’s the McCain Camp to do?

Politicalwire –
An Ipsos/McClatchy poll found that Gov. Sarah Palin’s performance in last week’s vice presidential debate actually hurt her running mate, Sen. John McCain, among undecided voters.

Before the debate, undecided voters were leaning 56% to 44% for McCain. The day after the debate, the numbers tilted 52% to 48% for Sen. Barack Obama.

Said pollster Clifford Young: “It’s suggesting an overall tendency of undecideds toward Obama, so it is significant. We’re catching an underlying trend that’s going on.”

The poll also found that Sen. Joe Biden won the debate, 54% to 46%.

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VP Debate Pushed Undecided Voters to Obama

What’s the McCain Camp to do?

Politicalwire –
An Ipsos/McClatchy poll found that Gov. Sarah Palin’s performance in last week’s vice presidential debate actually hurt her running mate, Sen. John McCain, among undecided voters.

Before the debate, undecided voters were leaning 56% to 44% for McCain. The day after the debate, the numbers tilted 52% to 48% for Sen. Barack Obama.

Said pollster Clifford Young: “It’s suggesting an overall tendency of undecideds toward Obama, so it is significant. We’re catching an underlying trend that’s going on.”

The poll also found that Sen. Joe Biden won the debate, 54% to 46%.

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Hazlet Day 2008 was a blast!


Hazlet had a beautiful day in which to celebrate yesterday, and by the looks of the crowds of people in attendance everyone was enjoying it. It was nice to be back in my old stomping grounds celebrating the town that I grew up in. I even ran into a few old friends that still live in town. It was a perfect start to my evenings activity, which was my 25th High School Reunion (more on that later).

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Hazlet Day 2008 was a blast!


Hazlet had a beautiful day in which to celebrate yesterday, and by the looks of the crowds of people in attendance everyone was enjoying it. It was nice to be back in my old stomping grounds celebrating the town that I grew up in. I even ran into a few old friends that still live in town. It was a perfect start to my evenings activity, which was my 25th High School Reunion (more on that later).

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