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  • What Trump only needs to do to win

    09/28/2016 7:00:07 AM PDT · by mainestategop · 7 replies
    Mainestategop ^ | Brian Ball
    There's only a few things that Donald Trump needs to be doing to win the election. Only two in fact... Here are the two things, Trump needs to do... First, is to remind the American people of the last 20 years of misery under the Democrats and how the government has failed everyone and has never done an ounce of good. Letting the American people know that government never helped anyone and never did any good. My blog as you know is chock full of examples and there's more to come... Let the American people see how tax and spend,...
  • Trump Comes Out On Top! Billionaire Pulls Ahead In Electoral College Poll

    09/27/2016 9:27:30 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 22 replies
    Radar Online ^ | September 27, 2016 | Staff
    The newly released poll reveals Hillary Clinton could lose the presidency. Donald Trump is riding high after Monday night’s debate performance! A new UPI/CVoter’s state tracking poll released the day after the big event shows that Trump could amass enough votes to win the presidency. According to UPI current numbers suggest that Trump would earn “292 votes and Clinton would get 246 with 270 needed to secure the oval office.” But Trump’s lead still remains narrow. “If the battleground states are not counted, the race would be tied 191-191,” UPI reported. Florida is one of the key swing states that...
  • USC Dornsife/LA Times Election Poll: Trump lead widens day after debate

    09/28/2016 12:13:57 AM PDT · by BlueStateRightist · 107 replies
    USC Dornsife ^ | September 28, 2016
    This chart tracks our best estimate, over time, of how America plans to vote in November.
  • New UPI Voter Polls: Trump Up in VA, FL, IA, OH, NC and PA

    09/27/2016 2:59:06 PM PDT · by nhwingut · 120 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | 09/27/2016 | Jim Hoft
    Donald Trump now leads in polling in swing states Virginia, Florida and Iowa. All of the Iowa polls the last few weeks have shown Trump with a significant lead in the Hawkeye state. Trump is also up in Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
  • There's a strong case that Trump actually won the first presidential debate

    09/27/2016 11:12:26 AM PDT · by LiberalismDestroys · 22 replies
    Deseret News ^ | Sept. 27, 2016 | Herb Scribner
    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off in their first presidential election debate on Monday night. The two candidates focused the contest on issues such as taxes, the economy and other financial matters plaguing Americans. In addition, the two candidates also traded personal jabs, with Clinton digging at Trump’s history as a businessman, his history with birtherism (the idea that President Obama wasn’t born in the United States) and his decision not to share his tax returns. Trump slammed Clinton's history with her private email servers and her inability to connect with the American public.
  • The Conservative HQ/Viguerie Take On The Trump -- Clinton Debate

    09/27/2016 10:15:48 AM PDT · by xzins · 10 replies
    The Conservative HQ ^ | 9/27/16 | CHQ Staff
    2016 election Donald Trump expectations first presidential debate Hillary Clinton Lester Holt polls presidential | “Trump was in control and dominated the moderator, his opponent and the debate,” said CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie in a post-debate interview with NewsMax’s John Gizzi. “For those voters who want to change our country's leadership Trump helped them feel that he was an acceptable alternative. Trump tonight did what Reagan did in 1980 for those undecided voters --he showed he Trump Clinton debatewas an acceptable alternative,” observed Viguerie. And post-debate polling appears to back-up Mr. Viguerie’s observations. According to a Breitbart/Gravis “flash poll”...
  • Florida Early Vote Analysis, 9/27/2016 (long)

    09/27/2016 10:12:32 AM PDT · by SpeedyInTexas · 12 replies
    9/27/2016 | Self
    Florida early voting consists of 2 components: Vote by Mail (absentee voting) and In Person Early Voting. 2012 Election results show the following. In Person Voting (ballots cast, not counted though): DEM - 1,109,262, REP - 862,277, IND - 440,133, TOTAL - 2,411,672 Absentee vote: REP - 885,675, DEM - 806,310, IND - 365,736, TOTAL - 2,057,721 Combined: DEM - 1,915,572, REP - 1,747,952, IND - 805,869, TOTAL 4,469,393 (source: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/nakedpolitics/2012/11/day-before-election-day-outlook-45-have-voted-ds-lead-rs-by-167000-ballots.html) So REPs won the Absentee Vote in 2012 by 79,000. The DEMs won the In Person Early Voting in 2012 by 247,000. Combined, the DEMs won total Early Voting...
  • PPD 1/3 Post Debate: Trump +2.4 (43.3 Trump 40.9 Clinton)

    09/27/2016 9:31:37 AM PDT · by LS · 35 replies
    People's Pundit Daily ^ | 9/27/2016 | People's Pundit Daily
    Trump 43.3 Cankles 40.9 (Trump +2.4)
  • Freep Poll on Lester Holt's Performance

    09/26/2016 8:38:11 PM PDT · by onevoter · 61 replies
    MSN ^ | 09/26/2016 | MSN
    How would you grade Lester Holt
  • Who "won" the debate? It's as simple as this.

    09/26/2016 8:12:52 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 196 replies
    Those who are satisfied with business as usual will say Hillary won. Those who want higher taxes and bigger government will say Hillary. Those who think the Iran Nuke deal is a good deal will say Hillary. Those who think trade deals like NAFTA and TPP are great for America will say Hillary. Those who think inner city blacks and minorities have been treated great by the democrats and their socialist policies will say Hillary. Those who think Hillary will appoint great judges will say she won. Those who think Hillary can securely safeguard our nation's classified information and will...
  • New York Dem Andrew Stein Endorses Trump

    09/26/2016 5:08:47 PM PDT · by xzins · 29 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 26 Sep 16 | Trent Baker
    During the Sunday broadcast of New York AM 970 radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” former New York City Democratic Mayoral Candidate Andrew Stein endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, ... “I think the country’s in trouble. ... Our military is being decimated by Obama’s cuts,” ... He’ll cut taxes like JFK and Reagan did and stimulate the economy.” Stein later added, “He’s a real doer. Hillary exemplifies the status quo.”
  • Trump Camp Launches Ad Mocking Hillary Clinton for Asking Why She Isn’t 50 Points Ahead (Excellent)

    09/26/2016 4:52:59 PM PDT · by xzins · 44 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 26 Sep16 | Alex Swoyer
    Donald Trump’s campaign released a new web ad mocking his rival Hillary Clinton for asking why she isn’t 50 points ahead. The ad is titled, “Do You Really Need to Ask?” “Hillary Clinton is becoming more and more frustrated with how out of touch she is with the American people,” Trump’s senior communications advisor Jason Miller stated in a campaign press release announcing the web ad. Miller continued: ... Expect to see more aggressive outbursts from the Clinton camp as she realizes her email scandal, horrific record and disdain for the American people block her from being coronated as she...
  • LIVE THREAD:Trump-Clinton Presidential Debate 9/26/2016 at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9pm ET

    You are cordially invited to be present ON THE OCCASION OF THE FIRST DEBATE BETWEEN Hillary Rodham Clinton DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and Donald John Trump REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES at HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, NY 9 PM MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 Moderator for the debate is Lester Holt, the anchor of the NBC Nightly News The 90 minute debate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week...
  • It’s Happening: Clinton Loses Her Lead in 6 Swing States – NV, IA, NC, OH, NV and FL – Since 9-11

    09/26/2016 2:47:06 PM PDT · by xzins · 137 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | Sep 26th, 2016 | Jim Hoft
    IT’S HAPPENING FOLKS!….. Hillary Clinton has lost her lead in SIX SWING STATES since her collapse on 9-11 at Ground Zero. hillary-tired-ready-to-serve Donald Trump now leads in swing states Nevada, Iowa, North Carolina, Nevada and Florida. Fox News Poll: @realDonaldTrump leads @HillaryClinton in Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio. pic.twitter.com/ox7O2TaG2G — Fox News (@FoxNews) September 25, 2016 Hillary Clinton has not campaigned in Ohio in weeks. Sick Hillary has lost her lead in swing states OH, NV, IA and FL since the first week of September #ItsHappening pic.twitter.com/gIw9KFhxht — Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) September 26, 2016 The Clinton Camp is on defense…...
  • Political Junkie's Guide To The Elections - Week Ending September 24, 2016

    09/24/2016 2:58:40 PM PDT · by Political Junkie Too · 12 replies
    Various Polls | September 24, 2016 | Political Junkie Too
    Previous Editions:September 17, 2016September 10, 2016 (Premier Edition) Model Changes Since Last Week This week, I'm bringing back the "Tilt" designation. The Toss-Up category is being split into Tilt Democrat and Tilt Republican, but will not count towards the candidates' total. This will give visibility into how the toss up states are leaning. Maine has been split into the state and its two Congressional districts, in order to properly account for the likelihood that Maine CD-2 breaks with the state. I made a small change to the poll weighting algorithm to correct for turned off polls that were not outright...
  • Blue Wall Crumbling: CO, PA Now Dead Heats, Clinton Camp Abandoning Ohio?

    09/26/2016 8:36:44 AM PDT · by xzins · 61 replies
    Townhall ^ | Sep 26, 2016 | Guy Benson
    They'll strenuously deny it, I'm sure -- and it does seem a bit far-fetched that a deeply-funded campaign would abandon 18 precious electoral votes in a state in which their candidate is within the margin of error. Then again, Trump has led in five of the last six statewide polls in Buckeyeland -- and actions speak louder than words. National Democrats are pulling up stakes in Ohio's Senate race, and now CNN notes that the state has been conspicuously absent on Hillary's travel schedule lately. "So long Ohio?" Hmmm: “It’s been 20 days since Hillary Clinton stepped foot into this...
  • Trump +4 in Colorado, 41% to 37%

    09/26/2016 6:20:42 AM PDT · by SpeedyInTexas · 17 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 09/25/2016 | Breitbart
    Gravis Marketing poll of Colorado. Trump +4, 41% to 37%
  • CNN/ORC polls: Trump, Clinton deadlocked in Colorado, Pennsylvania

    09/26/2016 6:24:59 AM PDT · by KavMan · 46 replies
    (CNN)Just one point separates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in two states that are critical to both candidates' chances of becoming president, according to new CNN/ORC polls in Pennsylvania and Colorado. In Colorado, likely voters break 42% for Trump, 41% for Clinton, 13% for Libertarian Gary Johnson and 3% for Green Party candidate Jill Stein. Pennsylvania's likely voters split 45% for Clinton, 44% for Trump, 6% for Johnson and 3% for Stein. Those divides are well within each poll's 3.5-point margin of sampling error.
  • Trump on a Number of Issues is BETTER Than What Passes for Conservatism Today

    09/26/2016 5:19:56 AM PDT · by xzins · 52 replies
    Conservative HQ ^ | 26 Sep 16 | Gary Bauer
    Not long from now, the American people will go to the polls to elect the next president of the United States. We face tremendous challenges — a stagnant economy, racial tension and growing threats from radical Islam. Voters increasingly feel the American dream is slipping away, that their children will be worse off, that the system is rigged against them and is not working for them. The vast majority of Americans — as many as Gary Bauer Hail Hillarytwo-thirds of us, according to the latest polls — know we are on the wrong track. We need a change. In this...
  • Dead heat: Clinton’s lead down to two points nationally and in Pennsylvania

    09/25/2016 7:10:15 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 26 replies
    HotAir.com ^ | 09/25/2016 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    Both nationally and in Trump’s most elusive battleground state, it’s anyone’s ballgame with the debates set to begin tomorrow. As Election Day finally appears on the horizon, most GOPers are beginning to line up. .. in Pennsylvania, where Muhlenberg finds Hillary’s 40/32 lead of a week ago shrinking to 40/38 now. Where’d that extra six points for Trump come from? You know where: “Partisans coming home to their nominee is an expected part of any campaign as you get into the closing days,” said Chris Nicholas, a GOP consultant based in Harrisburg. “What’s notable here is the very large shift...
  • Exclusive — Breitbart/Gravis Polls: Trump Takes 4-Point Lead in Colorado, Maintains Lead in Ohio

    09/25/2016 4:52:24 PM PDT · by mandaladon · 77 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 25 Sep 2016 | MATTHEW BOYLE
    NEW YORK CITY, New York — Republican nominee for president Donald J. Trump has taken the lead in Colorado and maintains his lead in Ohio, two new Breitbart News Network/Gravis Marketing polls released on Sunday show. The promising polls for Trump come just before the all-important debate an hour from here on Monday night, at Hofstra University on Long Island. In Colorado, a swing state with 9 electoral votes, Trump leads Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton by 4 points—outside the survey’s 3.5 percent margin of error. Trump, at 41 percent, leads Clinton—who has just 37 percent. Libertarian Gary Johnson takes...
  • Clinton Campaign Accepting The Loss of Ohio….(and possibly Pennsylvania too)

    09/25/2016 4:40:30 PM PDT · by drewh · 86 replies
    Conservatve Treehouse ^ | September 25 2016 | sundance
    Clinton Campaign Accepting The Loss of Ohio…. Facing continually diminishing poll results in Ohio CNN’s Jeff Zeleny reports the Clinton team is essentially ceding the state to save resources. Michigan could be the next to drop. Additionally, Team Clinton are relying almost exclusively on Philadelphia, and to a lesser extent Pittsburgh, to fend off a similar situation in Pennsylvania. Donald Trump’s economic message and outlined ‘America-First’ policy agenda is most effective in the states where Clinton/Bush/Obama… and now candidate Clinton, policies have been the most disastrous for the middle class workers.
  • Hillary Giving-Up on Winning OHIO

    09/25/2016 11:50:17 AM PDT · by jokemoke · 61 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 9/25/2016 | Jeff Zeleny
    Hillary has not been to Ohio since Labor Day and she will not be back.
  • White House Watch: Trump 44%, Clinton 39%, Johnson 8%, Stein 2%

    Thursday, September 22, 2016 With the first presidential debate coming on Monday, Donald Trump has moved to a five-point lead over Hillary Clinton, his biggest advantage since mid-July. The latest Rasmussen Reports weekly White House Watch telephone and online survey finds Trump with 44% support among Likely U.S. Voters to Clinton’s 39%. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earns eight percent (8%) of the vote, while Green Party nominee Jill Stein holds steady at two percent (2%). Three percent (3%) like some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are still undecided.
  • Race tightens in Virginia; Trump down by 1 in Colorado, up by 9 in Missouri

    09/25/2016 8:05:22 AM PDT · by Redmen4ever · 33 replies
    YouGov ^ | 9/25/16 | CBS/YouGov
    Ahead of the first presidential debate Democrat Hillary Clinton gets mixed results …
  • Trump makes big gains in latest Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll of Pa. voters

    09/25/2016 7:20:59 AM PDT · by mandaladon · 10 replies
    Morning Call ^ | 25 Sep 2016 | Laura Olson
    WASHINGTON — On the eve of the first presidential debate, a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll shows a narrow gap between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump amid rising support for Trump within his own party. Clinton still leads Trump in a head-to-head matchup, but only by a 3-point margin, 44 percent to 41 percent. Those results showed Clinton's support dropping and Trump's gaining compared with a Morning Call/Muhlenberg poll a week earlier, which showed Clinton at 47 percent and Trump at 38 percent. In a four-way matchup, Clinton leads by 2 points, at 40 percent to Trump's 38...
  • Trump Edges Above Clinton Ahead of First Debate (39/38)

    09/25/2016 7:20:54 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 8 replies
    Morning Consult ^ | September 25, 2016 | Fawn Johnson
    Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 1 percentage point among likely voters who were polled a few days ahead of the much-anticipated debate between the two presidential candidates. The debate will take place Monday evening. The ratings for the televised matchup between the two candidates are expected to be at record highs. Two-thirds of registered voters say they expect to watch the debate, with 41 percent saying they are “very likely” to watch it. In a nationwide poll of 1,712 likely voters taken Sept. 22 through Sept. 24, 39 percent of respondents chose Trump, while while Clinton was the choice...
  • Trump Edges Above Clinton Ahead of First Debate

    09/25/2016 6:59:14 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 18 replies
    Morning Consult ^ | 9/25/2016 | Morning Consult
    Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 1 percentage point among likely voters who were polled a few days ahead of the much-anticipated debate between the two presidential candidates. The debate will take place Monday evening. The ratings for the televised matchup between the two candidates are expected to be at record highs. Two-thirds of registered voters say they expect to watch the debate, with 41 percent saying they are “very likely” to watch it. In a nationwide poll of 1,712 likely voters taken Sept. 22 through Sept. 24, 39 percent of respondents chose Trump, while while Clinton was the choice...
  • Clinton-Trump Race Narrows on the Doorstep of the Debates (Clinton +2 despite D+10 electorate)

    09/24/2016 9:40:51 PM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 73 replies
    ABC News/Washington Post ^ | 9/25/2016 | GARY LANGER
    In all, 44 percent of likely voters say they’d vote for Trump if the election were today, numerically his best since spring. Forty-six percent prefer Clinton, unchanged from an ABC/Post poll early this month and virtually unchanged since June. The 2-point gap between them is not significant, given the survey’s margin of sampling error. The race has closed from an 8-point Clinton lead in early August. Support for third-party candidate Gary Johnson slipped to a new low, 5 percent in this poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, with the biggest departure among Republicans and GOP-leaning independents -- thus...
  • Clinton Chocolate Chip Cookies and Trump's Star Cookies Which One Would You Eat?

    09/24/2016 8:22:46 PM PDT · by lazar89 · 35 replies
    Santa Barbara Chocolate ^ | September 25th 2016 | lazar89
    The 2016 presidential race where everyone wins with great cookie recipes. When you think of Family Circle magazine’s quadrennial presidential cookie competition, you might think it started way back in the 1950’s with Mamie Eisenhower, but this cookie contest actually began with Hillary Clinton. For every presidential election since 1992, Family Circle has published a single cookie recipe from the wives of the presidential candidates. This year’s recipes were published on Thursday morning, though with an obvious twist in events this time around. As Hillary Clinton is now a presidential candidate as the first female candidate of a large party,...
  • Trump makes big gains in latest...poll of Pa. voters [Hitlery Lead in Pennsylvania Down to 2]

    09/24/2016 6:56:34 PM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 94 replies
    McAll.com ^ | 9/24/16 | Laura Olson
    On the eve of the first presidential debate, a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll shows a narrow gap between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump amid rising support for Trump within his own party.... In a four-way matchup, Clinton leads by 2 points, at 40 percent to Trump's 38 percent. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson dropped to 8 percent — down from 14 percent a week ago — and Green Party nominee Jill Stein went from 5 to 3 percent.
  • Dead people voting in Colorado

    09/24/2016 6:19:13 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 54 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | September 24, 2016 | Joel Gehrke
    Local officials in Colorado acknowledged "very serious" voter fraud after learning of votes cast in multiple elections under the named of recently-deceased residents. A local media outlet uncovered the fraud by comparing voting history databases in the state with federal government death records. "Somebody was able to cast a vote that was not theirs to cast," El Paso County Clerk and Recorder Chuck Broerman told CBS4 while discussing what he called a "very serious" pattern of people mailing in ballots on behalf of the dead. It's not clear how many fraudulent ballots have been submitted in recent years. CBS4 reported...
  • Glenn Beck: Cruz backing Trump 'profoundly sad' (LOL!)

    09/23/2016 3:39:41 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 128 replies
    The Hill ^ | September 23, 2016 | Mark Hensch
    Glenn Beck on Friday voiced sorrow over Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) endorsing Donald Trump for the presidency. “[This is] a profoundly sad day for me,” he wrote on Facebook. "Disappointment does not begin to describe. “Maybe it is time to go to the mountains for a while,” the conservative commentator added. "Again, disappointment doesn’t even begin to describe my feelings.” Beck, who supported Cruz over Trump in the GOP’s presidential primary, added he feared for the nation’s future. “America is an idea, not a country,” he said. "When we discuss the destruction of our country, that is vastly different...
  • Sen. Sessions on Cruz endorsement, immigration gaffes

    09/23/2016 4:27:35 PM PDT · by RoosterRedux · 8 replies
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  • Cruz has endorsed Trump [comment 17]

    09/23/2016 12:39:12 PM PDT · by glasseye · 381 replies
    faceplant book ^ | 9/23/16 | Ted Cruz
    I knew it would come.
  • Ted Cruz expected to endorse Donald Trump

    09/23/2016 11:40:15 AM PDT · by xzins · 134 replies
    CNN ^ | September 23, 2016 | Theodore Schleifer and Gloria Borger
    )Ted Cruz plans to endorse Donald Trump for the presidency, a stunning turn of events after a contentious primary filled with nasty personal attacks and a dramatic snub at the Republican National Convention, CNN has learned.
  • Email shows federal immigration bosses in OT push to swear in new citizens 'due to election'

    09/22/2016 3:10:09 PM PDT · by Cheerio · 29 replies
    fox news ^ | September 22, 2016 | Malia Zimmerman
    An internal Obama administration email shows immigration officials may be literally working overtime to swear in as many new “citizen voters” as possible before the Nov. 8 presidential election, a powerful lawmaker charged Thursday. The email, from a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office chief and part of a chain of correspondence within the agency, urges the unnamed recipient to swear in as many citizens as possible “due to the election year.” “The Field Office due to the election year needs to process as many of their N-400 cases as possible between now and FY 2016,” reads the email,...
  • Ed Klein: The Myth of Hillary's Ground Game

    09/22/2016 2:38:02 PM PDT · by COUNTrecount · 32 replies
    News Max ^ | September 20, 2016 | Ed Klein
    Faced with this terrifying prospect, Democrats try to console themselves with the mantra that Hillary has a better ground game — polling data and grassroots organization — than Donald. But ED KLEIN CONFIDENTIAL recently discovered that this mantra is a myth. We spoke to an election expert who has visited many of Hillary's campaign offices, where he interviewed staffers and found that the Clinton operation is "chaotic." "There are too many people giving orders and a lot of the effort is at cross purposes," the expert told us. "Hillary often goes around [campaign manager Robby] Mook and other top people...
  • Shock Poll: Trump Within 6 in Illinois

    09/22/2016 1:19:26 PM PDT · by Sybeck1 · 49 replies
    Lifezette ^ | 9/22/816 | Brenden Kirby
    Survey also shows written-off GOP senator trailing by just 2 points Republican Donald Trump is within 6 points of Democrat Hillary Clinton in President Obama’s home state, a poll released Wednesday suggests. The survey by Emerson College, which has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.6 percentage points, shows Clinton leading Trump 45 percent to 39 percent in Illinois. The state’s Democratic challenger for the Senate, Rep. Tammy Duckworth, leads incumbent Republican Mark Kirk by 2 points. That is closer than other polls; most observers consider Kirk the most endangered incumbent senator running for re-election this year. The...
  • Quinnipiac State Polls: Trump up 7 in Georgia and Iowa; Clinton up 2 in Colorado and 6 in Virginia

    09/22/2016 12:56:46 PM PDT · by Ravi · 49 replies
    Quinnipiac ^ | 9/22/16 | quinnipiac
    Colorado: Trump-42, Clinton-44, Johnson-10 Georgia: Trump-47, Clinton-40, Johnson-9 Iowa: Trump-44, Clinton-37, Johnson-10 Virginia: Trump-39, Clinton-45, Johnson-8
  • Cruz supporters alarmed by possible Trump endorsement

    09/22/2016 12:25:33 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 349 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | September 22, 2016 | By DAVID M. DRUCKER
    Ted Cruz supporters were alarmed Wednesday at suggestions that he was on the verge of endorsing Donald Trump. They worry that the Texas senator could squander his brand as a fighter — and goodwill earned among many through his stubborn refusal to back his party's nominee — if he caves with nothing to show for it. Cruz has held out on the grounds that Trump is insufficiently conservative, and because Trump attacked his wife and father down the stretch of their heated battle for the Republican nomination. The senator even took the extraordinary step of declining to endorse Trump during...
  • Donald Trump up big over Hillary Clinton in national poll

    09/22/2016 10:50:45 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 67 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 09/22/2016 | Allan Smith
    Donald Trump is up 5 points nationally over Hillary Clinton in a four-way race, a Thursday poll from right-leaning Rasmussen found. It's the Republican nominee's largest lead in the poll since mid-July. In the poll that also includes Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Trump holds a 44% to 39% advantage over Clinton. It's an improvement from his 2-point lead in the four-way poll last week, and a much larger improvement from his 4-point deficit in early September. The poll surveyed 1,000 likely voters between September 20 and 21. It has a margin of error of...
  • Suffolk University Poll Shows a Statistical Tie in Florida (Trump up 45%-44%)

    Republican Donald Trump has a razor-thin 1-point lead over Hillary Clinton in Florida—a statistical tie and a reversal from last month—according to a new Suffolk University poll of likely general-election voters in a state some consider the tipping point for the 2016 presidential election. Trump (45 percent) led Clinton (44 percent) with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 3 percent, the Green Party’s Jill Stein at 1 percent, and 7 percent undecided. Six candidates for president are listed on the Florida ballot, including Darrell Castle of the Constitution Party and Roque De La Fuente of the Reform Party, neither of whom received...
  • Explosive charges on the Clintons exploiting Haiti aid funds

    09/22/2016 7:30:50 AM PDT · by george76 · 86 replies
    American Thinker ^ | September 22, 2016 | Thomas Lifson
    Clintons and Haitian relief, where billions of dollars have been raised with little benefit to the Haitians but considerable benefit to the Clintons. For the Clintons, the boon from Haiti’s earthquake of January 12, 2010 came while HRC was Secretary of State, and Bill Clinton was the United Nations Special Envoy to Haiti. As soon as massive numbers of Americans began to donate small sums of money for earthquake relief, Bill and Hillary Clinton transformed themselves into the face of Haiti. ... By March 8, 2010, Bill Clinton had applied sufficient pressure on President René Préval, to force Haiti’s Lower...
  • Lessons from 1994

    09/22/2016 9:09:28 AM PDT · by Rodm · 4 replies
    PunditFact ^ | 2013 | Amy Sherman
    1994 election It was more difficult to find polling prior to the 1994 election, which saw Republicans pick up 54 seats in the House and made the GOP the majority party for the first time since 1952. Three ABC polls in the final weeks of the 1994 election which showed the Democrats ahead by 4 or 5 percentage points: 11/6/94: 47-42 10/31/94: 48-44 10/23/94: 50-45 Gallup found between March and October 1994 that the advantage went back and forth between the two parties, and was close near the end. Twice in the final weeks, it was dead even.
  • White House Watch: Trump 44%, Clinton 39%, Johnson 8%, Stein 2%

    09/22/2016 5:41:50 AM PDT · by NYC-RepublicanCT · 134 replies
    RasmussenReports ^ | 9/22/16 | Rasmussen
    With the first presidential debate coming on Monday, Donald Trump has moved to a five-point lead over Hillary Clinton, his biggest advantage since mid-July. The latest Rasmussen Reports weekly White House Watch telephone and online survey finds Trump with 44% support among Likely U.S. Voters to Clinton’s 39%. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson earns eight percent (8%) of the vote, while Green Party nominee Jill Stein holds steady at two percent (2%). Three percent (3%) like some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are still undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
  • The USC Dornsife / LA Times Presidential Election "Daybreak" Poll (T: 45.4, C: 43)

    09/22/2016 3:42:54 AM PDT · by PapaBear3625 · 69 replies
    cesrusc.org ^ | 9/21/16
    see chart at site
  • Hillary Clinton: ‘No Need’ to Take Neuro-Cognitive Tests

    09/22/2016 3:10:19 AM PDT · by Helicondelta · 22 replies
    In an interview with a Tampa, Florida TV station on Wednesday, Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton laughingly ruled out taking any neuro-cognitive tests before November’s presidential election
  • The GOP’s Jewish Donors Are Abandoning Trump

    09/21/2016 10:12:35 PM PDT · by Timpanagos1 · 94 replies
    FiveThirtyEight ^ | 9/21/16 | Titan Hersh Brian Schaffner
    In recent years, Republicans have made inroads into the overwhelmingly Democratic constituency of American Jews. But this year, Republican Jews — or Jewish donors to the Republican party, at least — are abandoning their party’s nominee at a stunningly high rate. In 2012, 71 percent of the $160 million that Jewish donors gave to the two major-party nominees went to President Obama’s re-election campaign; 29 percent went to Mitt Romney’s campaign, according to our analysis of campaign contributors, which used a predictive model to estimate which donors are Jewish based on their names and other characteristics. This ratio of support...
  • Only one candidate has a plan for a booming economy

    09/21/2016 7:35:14 PM PDT · by MtnClimber · 7 replies
    New York Post ^ | 20 Sep, 2016 | Betsy Mccaughey
    The choice for voters is clear: a tax cut from Donald Trump or a pay cut courtesy of Hillary Clinton. Trump is promising to slash income taxes to zero for millions of people currently paying them, and to reduce the tax bite on everyone else except the mega-rich. Clinton, by contrast, isn’t cutting income tax rates for anyone. Instead, she’s campaigning to raise business taxes, despite warnings it will cause wages to plummet and the economy to tank. No wonder Trump is moving up in the polls. Most Americans are still making less than they did in 2007. The mainstream...