The Precinct Committeeman ProjectNM | NY | NC | ND | OH | OK | OR | PA | RI | SC
Read on the Committeeman Project here. Visit the Precinct Project here. The following is a listing of all the counties – boroughs [AK] and Parrishes [LA] – in the United States (NM ? SC) with the number of electoral precincts as on record last year and their populations as estimated in 2009 by the Census Bureau, arranged by state. The beginning of any project is | Read More »
Rally for Gordon Smith
People are too reflective. The only thing we have left right now is the Filibuster and there is still one Republican Senate seat we can save. I have not talked too much about ACORN and voter fraud because I did not think it made the difference in the McCain race (although it could have in Indiana, North Carolina and Virginia). But it could definitely be | Read More »
Vote or get off the web
I vote for one reason only. I vote because American blood has been spilled in the past and is being lost today so I may have the privlidge to vote. I challenge everyone who posts here to vote. I can’t wrap my mind around any good reason a thinking American adult would vote for the Junior Senator from Illinois. That being covered, if a voter | Read More »
If Obama is a true christian as he always claims,why is it that he doesn’t have any christian name? Barack Hussein Obama is absolutely a muslim name. Though he goes to church and attends christian services, I think he wasn’t batized as christian. So therefore, he is a muslim that’s why he still carries the name Barack Hussein Obama.
Barack A.K.A. Barry
I do not know where else to turn, but can someone officially confirm the following email that is now circulating: This election has me very worried. So many things to consider. About a year ago I would have voted for Obama. I have changed my mind three times since then. I watch all the news channels, jumping from one to another. I must say this | Read More »
Poll: McCain leads Obama By 3% in Michigan
LANSING – A poll released today by Inside Michigan Politics shows that Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain has a slim three (3) point lead over Barack Obama in Michigan’s latest poll. The poll shows that both candidates have strong support with their base voters, but McCain’s support among Independent voters 45%- 37% (+8%) puts him on top in this toss-up state.