Obama Losing Independents Over Oil Spill

As oil continues to gush into the Gulf of Mexico, the results of a nationwide focus group effort indicate that Republicans aren’t the only ones questioning President Obama’s experience and ability to lead during a crisis: Independents are joining that … Continued


Pawlenty Makes Play For 2012 In South Carolina

Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty‘s (R) PAC doled out thousands in donations to South Carolina Republicans while the governor was visiting the state this week. Pawlenty’s Freedom First PAC lent a hand to GOP candidates running for House in the Palmetto State, … Continued



Ohio U.S. Senate Race: Fisher (D) 42%, Portman (R) 40%

Democratic Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher and Republican Rob Portman remain in a tight race for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat with 42 percent for Fisher and 40 percent for Portman, with 17 percent undecided, statistically unchanged from April and March surveys, … Continued


Missouri U.S. Senate Race: Blunt (R) 48%, Carnahan (D) 43%

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Missouri shows Republican Roy Blunt with 48% support, while Democrat Robin Carnahan earns 43% of the vote. Three percent (3%) like some other candidate in the race, and six percent … Continued


Ohio Governor’s Race: Kasich (R) 43%, Strickland (D) 41%

Democratic incumbent Ted Strickland is inching closer to former Republican U.S. Representative John Kasich. 43% of voters prefer Kasich and 41% Strickland on Public Policy Polling’s newest survey, in comparison to a March poll where Kasich had 42% and Strickland … Continued


Labrador (R) Calls In The Handyman For Help In ID-1

Mired in a tough election battle with Democratic incumbent Walt Minnick in Idaho’s First Congressional District, GOP nominee Raul Labrador certainly needs help if his campaign is going to be victorious in November.  According to IdahoReporter.com, Phil Handy has come … Continued


Boxer Plays Up Fiorina’s Ties To Palin

With the dust barely settled from California’s primaries, Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer is targeting Republican challenger Carly Fiorina‘s ties to Sarah Palin in the battle ahead of the November election. The Boxer campaign released a YouTube video last week that … Continued



49% Of Americans Favor Deepwater Oil Drilling

Forty-nine percent (49%) of Americans favor continued deepwater drilling despite the oil rig disaster that caused the ongoing environmental disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 31% oppose such drilling, and 20% more … Continued