Following her economic address in Toledo earlier in the day Monday, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton gave a stunning address in Akron at an Ohio Democratic Party voter registration event.
The perennial battleground state of Ohio, which has made or broken many a candidate’s run for the White House, shows mixed results in new polling today from Quinnipiac and Ipsos. Polling results in other battleground states shows great news for Clinton.
Polls Conflict On Ohio Race
According to today’s Quinnipiac numbers, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump leads Clinton in Ohio. At the same time, more polling from Ipsos shows the Q-Poll […]Full Story... →
With less than 40 days until Nov. 8, Election Day, many factors can factor into whether voters stick with their presidential nominee of choice or switch to another one based on breaking stories that reveal who their candidate is and how they really operate.
The big story on Friday comes via an article in The Washington Post that documents the fact—according to the state attorney general’s office—that Republican presidential nominee Donald John Trump’s charitable foundation, headquartered in New York City, has never obtained the certification that the State of New York requires before charities can solicit money from the […]Full Story... →
Newsweek reported this week that Donald Trump, the New York billionaire who has managed to become the Republican presidential nominee this year, explored business opportunities in Cuba in the late 1990s in what appears to be a direct violation of the U.S. embargo.
Doing what he does best, denying what documents and insiders say about his activities, Donald Trump claims that since he didn’t do a deal in Cuba, he never did business there. He told New Hampshire’s NH1 News, “No, I never did anything in Cuba. I never did a deal in Cuba.”
In its very detailed article, […]Full Story... →
Ahead of Hillary Clinton’s visit Monday to Ohio, where she’ll deliver an economic speech in Toledo and end her day with a get-out-the-vote rally in partnership with the Ohio Democratic Party in Akron, Business Insider is revealing through an official and exclusive op-ed that will also run in the Akron Business Journal that Buckeye State basketball star Lebron James, a poor kid raised by a single mom who brought an NBA championship to the Cleveland Cavaliers for the first time this year, will endorse her for president.
James, whose nickname”The King” is well deserved since he earned it the hard way […]Full Story... →