Monday, October 25, 2010

Fall Elections 2010 - #2323 -Final - Battleground Poll - October 17-20 - Tarrance Group

The third and final pre-election edition of the POLITICO-GW Battleground Poll finds an electorate poised to turnout in support of Republican candidates across the country. The GOP’s five point advantage on the generic ballot test (47%-42%) paired with a ten point intensity-to-vote gap between Republicans and Democrats (73%-63%) give every indication that historic gains on a scale of “1994″ proportions can be expected. Republicans lead Democrats on every issue handling measure in this study. Indeed, this includes issues that Democrats traditionally enjoy a advantage on, such as jobs, health care and Social Security. View the POLITICO-GWU Battleground Poll Republican analysis charts, the questionnaire and key findings from Ed Goeas.  Read more....... As long as all the conservatives and independents show up to the "PARTY" on election day...the liberal Democrats will be taking a real whipping! Contrary to ALL the liberal news media pontifications, this is a referendum on THE MARXIST OBAMA POLICIES pushed through CONGRESS by all his leftist cronies, including TOM PERRIELLO!  Commentary and article contributed by Steve Peters.



GOP Braces for 'Epidemic' ACORN Style Vote Fraud in Midterms - Newsmax - Like the mythological hydra that grew two heads for every one cut off, the controversial ACORN group has been reborn under a swarm of new names and poses an "epidemic" voter-fraud threat that could alter the outcome of midterm elections, GOP leaders warn.  David Norcross, chairman of the Republican National Lawyers Association, tells Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview that the community-organizing group ACORN "absolutely" has re-emerged since it was disbanded in March following a rash of voter-fraud investigations.  "Some of the old ACORN groups are back at it again," Norcross tells Newsmax.TV. "They use quotas for registration. That encourages people to go out and sign up anybody, or nobody — just sign up addresses and things like that."  Read more........  Article contributed by Steve Peters.

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