Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Rubio Continues to Hold an 11-point lead in FL; Ohio Going Red; OK Still VERY Red

One reason we chose Ohio and Florida to show the Rasmussen polling results for Governor and US Senate seats is that both went unexpectedly for Obama in 2008. These results are beginning to show the Obama win was an anomoly in both states in 2008 as people bought into 'Hope and Change' and have since discovered that the Obama 'Hope and Change' is not even close to what they wanted.  We also chose to highlight Oklahoma where voters went overwhelmingly against Obama with giving him only 34% of the vote.

Time to return Common Sense Conservatives to control of the Congress and to the Governor's Offices. These six Conservative Republicans have always walked the walk as conservatives and have not changed their conservative core values to get votes on November 2nd like the Dems have been doing.

Perfect example is Obama Supporter and liberal Democrat Jari Askins running for Oklahoma Governor putting up an ad that touts she is a 'conservative.' Give us a break! Oklahoma voters are on to Askins ploy as last Friday's Rasmussen report shows Mary Fallin picking up 60% support, while Askins, the state’s current lieutenant governor, earns 34% of the vote same amount as Obama in 2008. Between now and November 2nd we expect to see more ads now out of Governor's candidates like the one from Askins declaring they are 'really' a conservative.

One race the Democrat is having a hard time getting support is the Oklahoma US Senate seat where we are returning Dr. Tom Coburn to the US Senate seat to continue to fight Obamacare, pork, and earmarks for starters. Results from the Rasmussen Poll on 27 Sep show Coburn picking up 68% of the vote, while Rogers, who has run for the seat twice previously, earns 26% support. Rogers doesn't even get the 34% of the vote Obama got here in the State in 2008. Believe you can put the US Senate seat safely in the GOP category with zero hesitation.

Dems will say anything to win but voters have wised up since 2006 and 2008 when House Democrat candidates won on their mantra that they were really conservative, but the truth came out when they got to Congress as they voted liberal with Pelosi when she cracked her whip and only voted with the GOP when she said it was okay. In 2008, the Pelosi whip was cracked more as some Democrat Representatives who were moderate all of a sudden had liberal voting records. When Obama won along with the Dems picking up so many seats, Pelosi cracked that whip even more ramming bills without reading them through the House giving rewards to Dems for their votes or cutting them off at the knees if they went against her.

Only a few House Democrats didn't care what she said and voted the way their constituents wanted but even then they ALL voted for Pelosi for Speaker.   That is something voters need to remember.

These results from Florida, Ohio, and Oklahoma are good news but we need to keep pushing for wins until the polls close all across America on November 2nd.

Election 2010: Florida Senate

Florida Senate: Rubio (R) Holds Steady Lead Over Crist (I)

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Republican Marco Rubio continues to hold an 11-point lead over independent candidate Charlie Crist in Florida’s race for the U.S. Senate.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Florida finds Rubio with 41% support, while Crist, the state’s current governor, picks up 30% of the vote. Democrat Kendrick Meek comes in third with 21%. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided.

Source: Rasmussen


Election 2010: Florida Governor
Florida Governor: Scott (R) Pulls Slightly Ahead of Sink (D)

Friday, September 24, 2010

Republican businessman Rick Scott has moved to a six-point edge over Democrat Alex Sink and has hit the 50% support mark for the first time in Florida’s gubernatorial race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters shows Scott with 50% of the vote, while Sink, the state's chief financial officer, earns 44% support when leaners are included. Six percent (6%) of voters prefer some other candidate in the race.

Source: Rasmussen Report

Election 2010: Ohio Governor

Ohio Governor: Kasich (R) Keeps Lead Over Strickland (D)
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Republican John Kasich now holds an eight-point lead over Democratic incumbent Ted Strickland in Ohio’s gubernatorial race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Voters shows Kasich picking up 50% of the vote, while Strickland draws support from 42% with leaners are included Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and four percent (4%) are undecided.

Source: Rasmussen Report

Election 2010: Ohio Senate

Ohio Senate: Portman (R) Pushes Past 50%

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Republican Rob Portman now crosses the 50% mark for the first time in Ohio’s U.S. Senate race.

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in the Buckeye State shows Portman with 51% support versus Democratic Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher’s 42% when leaners are included. One percent (1%) prefer some other candidate, and six percent (6%) remain undecided.

Source: Ohio Senate Race

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