Daily Archive for November 5th, 2012
Chicago, Ill. – President Barack Obama, who wrapped up his last arguments for the election in Iowa, is planning a busy Election Day here in his hometown — including his traditional game of pickup basketball with friends and staffers, his campaign says. The president in Chicago Tuesday will also try to get his message out [...]
Obama allies are using Hurricane Sandy as a political weapon against Mitt Romney. The ad declares, “TELL MITT ROMNEY: CLIMATE CHANGE IS NOT A JOKE.”
This election cycle has seen more than enough political ads. Some were effective. Others were funny. And then there were few that were just … well, bizarre. Here are the ten ads that we thought were the most bizarre of this election cycle.
Chicago, Ill. — Even here, in a town where politics is a blood sport — and they’ve seen it all — Democrats are biting their nails. With just hours until election day, thousands — including media from the world over — descended on the Windy City Monday in preparation for what President Barack Obama’s Democratic [...]
While all eyes will be on the battle for the White House Tuesday, voters will also have a lot of say about the balance of power in the Greater Danbury area with an open congressional seat and several open seats for the state legislature. For the first time in more than two decades the 5th Read More
They go to prom, hitch rides from their parents and heck, most of them can’t even vote. But since 1988, high school students have accurately picked the president in every election but 2004. And this year, they picked President Barack Obama.
Since someone asked, the polls are open Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Connecticut. See Brett’s post in this blog for more info on where to go and who and what you can vote on tomorrow.
HARTFORD – About 500 people gathered in Union Station this afternoon in a Get Out the Vote rally for U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy, who’s in a tight, tight, tight race with Republican Linda McMahon to succeed Joe Lieberman as Connecticut’s U.S. senator. The applause was loud in the echo-chamber of the old station. Jim Calhoun Read More
If Mitt Romney loses, experts will say Hurricane Sandy halted his momentum and gave Obama a chance to shine during the recovery efforts. What’s more, Romney is an “awkward candidate” who is “not conservative enough” and “keeps changing his mind.” On the other hand, an Obama loss will be attributed to his lackluster first debate and a vague and uninspired second term agenda.
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