CARVILLE: Since 1944, if we would have been sitting here, Republicans have always craved order. And they’ve always looked for the lion tail to get behind. We’ve always been people that we want to fall in love. We’re looking for the next argument.
This is entirely different. Every Democrat I know says, “God, I hope she […]
HELENE COOPER, NEW YORK TIMES: “I really do think at the end of the day, Larry, what you describe sounds like sort of the White House negotiating right now — easily saying, ‘Yeah, we can go over the fiscal cliff.’ But at the end of the day, this is a president, he would have to […]
The Romney campaign spent an estimated $356 million between January 1, 2011 and October 17, 2012 in its unsuccessful effort to defeat incumbent President Barack Obama.
According to Federal Election Commission documents, as reported by OpenSecrets.org, $33 million of this amount was paid to two consulting firms with ties to key staffers at both the Romney […]
Hillary Clinton is among the most popular politicians nationwide and is the clear choice for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, according to recent polling data.
A new poll released by Public Policy Polling found 51 percent of respondents have a favorable view of Hillary Clinton, while 29 percent view her unfavorably. On the Republican side, New Jersey […]
When black voters gave President Barack Obama 93 percent support on Election Day in defiance of predictions that they might sit it out this year, black leaders breathed a collective sigh of relief.
That encouraged those leaders to try to leverage more attention from both Obama and Congress. Although they waver over how much to demand […]
Jesse Jackson Jr. resigned his seat in Congress on Wednesday, acknowledging an ongoing federal investigation into his campaign funds and expressing a desire to be remembered for what he “did right.”
Text from Jackson’s resignation letter, submitted on Wednesday to House Speaker John Boehner:
During this journey I have made my share of mistakes. I am aware […]
After losing to President Obama in the election earlier this month, his former political opponent Mitt Romney has kept in the shadows of defeat. The former Republican nominee was spotted at La Jolla gas station Monday pumping gas, looking rather disheveled. TMZ reports that he and his wife were on a movie date, catching the […]
Brothel owner who employs 80 prostitutes wins election as county commissioner in Nevada… and he’s a Republican
Lance Gilman is a thriving businessman with dozens of employees. That those workers include a good many prostitutes didn’t faze the people of a rural Nevada county who recently elected him as a Storey County commissioner by a wide […]
It’s not a good time to be a Republican. The circular firing squad — it was Mitt Romney’s fault! Demographics did it! Conservatives messed everything up! — has begun in earnest even though the 2012 election is less than two weeks gone….
That said, things aren’t that bad for Republicans. Here are four reasons for optimism.
(CBS News) In the wake of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s loss, the Republican party has spent the week talking about reshaping their identity to appeal more broadly to American voters. Friday, former Secretary of State during the Bush Administration, Condoleezza Rice, joined “CBS This Morning” to look ahead at her party’s future and shared […]
This map is EST-based so let your comment timestamps guide you. The first state-wide results should start rolling in about an hour or so.
Me - I’m about to crash and wake up in a few hours to see whether my optimistic pudding futures position is gonna pay off….or whether I’m going to have to make my […]
DISCLAIMER: This is NOT today’s exit polling data. The poll was conducted Nov 1 -4 and published Nov 5.
I wish I saw this yesterday as this is the exact type of Battleground County polling I would have loved to see this cycle. Suffolk Polling does a great service digging down on this bellwether county and has some […]
A billboard in southwestern Michigan compares Mitt Romney’s successful record in the private sector with Barack Obama’s socialist failures.
Ottawa County Patriots have put up the billboard that asks, “Do you want a businessman who has generated millions or a president who has wasted trillions?”
The billboard lists the companies in which Romney successfully invested private capital versus the […]
With less than 24 hours to go until Election Day, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin endorsed Mitt Romney.
After remaining silent for months, Palin made her case for the GOP ticket in a Facebook posting, arguing that Romney “deserves a chance to lead.”
In contrast, her former running mate, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has been […]
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli examined the early voting totals in Virginia and observed the numbers favor Romney going into Election Day on Tuesday.
Cuccinelli wrote to supporters and declared that Republican-leaning areas have seen an increase in early voting from 2008, while localities which Obama won in 2008 have seen declines in their early voting […]
The final Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll of Election 2012 shows Mitt Romney attracting support from 49% of voters nationwide, while President Obama earns the vote from 48%. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate. See daily tracking history.
Rasmussen Reports will continue tracking the president’s job approval rating and other topics, and new results […]
Totals 9,5504,141 605,546 697,143
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Overall, early vote turnout OH up 2.44% in state. Down -4.1% in Obama/Kerry counties; up 14.39% in Bush/McCain counties.
6 Nov 12
Almost any way I run EV numbers in OH, without counting D-R flips or indies, Romney has to make up 70k on Election Day=piece of cake
6 Nov 12
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Compliments to Shane in the comments section and props to Breitbart for the photo:
Romney in Manchester, New Hampshire with Kid Rock
Obama in Columbus, Ohio with Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen
Draw your own conclusions.
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Statistical Analysis: Cuyahoga Early Vote Numbers Show Romney Cutting Obama Lead in ENTIRE STATE by 26%
Down 16% overall, down from 54,340 in 2008 to 45,337 this year– down 9,007 or 16%. And most of the decline came from Democratic voters.The numbers show a huge increase in GOP voters here:Democrats: 127,741 53.36% or 89% of 2008Republicans: 47,091 19.67% or 138% of 2008Other: 64,544 26.96 or 78% of 2008Total: 239,376 or 84% […]