Update: It looks like the margin will be around 17% or so. That’s unreal. Obama outperformed the polling by double digits! The biggest story, however, will surely be the continuing demographic shifts toward Obama and away from Hillary. We are now seeing pundits talking about what went wrong with the entire Clinton campaign. He’s a growth stock at this point. She’s declining. If these demographic trends continue in Ohio she’ll be in as much trouble here as it appears she is in Texas. I think Rich Cordray got on the right side of this thing. Smart man he. […]Full Story... →
Halperin is reporting the following early exit polling:
Women: Obama 51%, Clinton 49%
Families with income under 50,000: Obama 51%, Clinton 49%
Independents: Obama 63%, Clinton 34%
The first signals a slam dunk for Barack. The second was to be a Hillary strong suit as well, though we’ve seen that gap close dramatically in the last few races (Viriginia, DC, Maryland). The last numbers on Indies is no real surprise, but still dramatic difference.
If these number hold up we could see a double digit win for Obama tonight. I’m also hearing the turnout was huge […]Full Story... →
I received a robocall from Mike Coleman a few days ago. It was an endoresement for John O’Grady (the ENDORSED DEMOCRAT) in the Franklin County Commissioner race.
Unfortunately, the call does NOT include the required disclosure information to tell me who paid for the call. Here’s the audio:
It’s not a bad call. Like I said before, people like and respect Mike Coleman around these parts so it will probably be effective.
But if the Franklin County Dems are going to start filing election complaints for every minor infraction of state campaigning laws, then you’d think they or […]Full Story... →
Appears so. RABid is officially dead, but our favorite wingnut smear merchant is back! This time, he says, focusing more on policy. We already know he secretly attends Obama rallies and mouths the “Yes We Can!” chant.
I wonder what the Plain Dealer will call this new effort?
I’m all giddy with my schadenfreude-like anticipation. Always did like a good trainwreck.Full Story... →