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A battle for 7 states

By JONATHAN MARTIN | 10/23/12 4:37 AM EDT BOCA RATON, Fla. — The two presidential campaigns are sounding sharply different notes about how they can get to 270 electoral votes, but beneath the post-debate bravado from both sides there is a rough consensus about the shape of the race in [...]

2012-10-29T14:45:18+00:00October 23, 2012|The Daily Dose|0 Comments

Women in Binders and Waitress Moms

I thought women's issues would play a much bigger role in Tuesday night's second Presidential debate since Mitt Romney practically erased President Barack Obama's lead with women after the last debate. Thankfully, they didn't. That might sound funny coming from a woman but women need to demand that politicians speak [...]

2012-10-17T23:16:38+00:00October 17, 2012|General Interest|0 Comments

He brought it …

So, he did it. Just when the media had written off Mitt Romney's presidential hopes, he came out swinging. And now the polls reflect a statistical tie and overwhelming sense that if Obama remains in office and the Democrats control Congress, the economy won't get better, it will get worse.  [...]

2012-10-05T21:54:56+00:00October 5, 2012|General Interest|0 Comments

A Storybook Speech

Okay, I have to start out by saying the cutest thing about Ann Romney is the way she giggles. I don't think it was nerves. I think it was her very genuine "aw shucks" demeanor. I loved when she said that contrary to media reports, she does not have a [...]

2012-08-29T16:26:07+00:00August 29, 2012|General Interest|0 Comments

Republicans need to court Swingles

Swingles, or single women voters, now make up 20% of the electorate, according to the New York Times. That is a huge voting bloc that needs to be recognized and addressed. The Times notes that married women still favor Republicans but single women tend to be much more sympathetic towards [...]

2012-07-31T23:01:36+00:00July 31, 2012|General Interest|0 Comments
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