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11401  Election Archive / 2010 Senatorial Election Polls / WA: Fox News: Rossi within one point of Murray on: September 28, 2010, 05:57:02 pm
New Poll: Washington Senator by Fox News on 2010-09-25

Summary: D: 48%, R: 47%, I: 2%, U: 3%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details

11402  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 28, 2010, 04:39:18 pm
Mitt Romney releases an ad of substance in Wisconsin focusing on Huckabee's liberal tendencies...

Announcer: Mike Huckabee...He claims he's the conservative candidate in the race. Is he? Let's look at the facts...
As Governor he signed legislation to raise taxes as 87 times. The Governor supported legislation to provide college education to illegal immigrants, and pardoned more criminals than any other Governor in America.
http://Mitt Romney: America's in trying times, and now more than ever, we need a true conservative, not just one in name. I'll be that person, and I ask for your vote on February 19th.
11403  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 28, 2010, 04:18:11 pm
I'm a big supporter of Mitt Romney. Mike Huckabee wouldn't be terrible, but right now, Ohio, as well as the rest of America, needs a fiscally responsible leader, not one who has a history of raising taxes. I'll be voting for Mitt on primary day, and I hope you all do too!
- Senator George Voinovich



Mitt Romney has continued a hard blitz of Wisconsin, where he hopes a decisive victory will force a quick withdrawal from Governor Huckabee.
11404  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 28, 2010, 04:16:29 pm
Jean Schmidt continues to tour Southwest Ohio on behalf of Romney...

I support Mitt Romney simply because he's the best candidate. This country, this party, does not need a leader who supports giving college degrees to illegal aliens, supports even more tax hikes, lies about it, and is soft on crime! We need a leader who will set a good role model for our children and future generations, and that man is clearly Mitt Romney!
- Jean Schmidt
11405  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: Any chance Minnick switches parties if Republicans take over? on: September 28, 2010, 10:39:54 am
I'm surprised the Tea Party endorsed someone who was pro-choice.
11406  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 28, 2010, 10:39:03 am
Mitt Romney continues to campaign heavily in Wisconsin, and also makes a couple stops in Ohio with Jean Schmidt. Mitt Romney focuses on his experience in the private sector. Also, John Kasich appears in Ohio with Romney and offers his endorsement.
11407  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Which poster best fits the title of "Moderate Hero"? on: September 27, 2010, 09:29:20 pm
I'm not much a moderate, more moderate-conservative, but I appreciate the nomination. While I'm liberal on some issues, such as education, unions, and the death penalty, I think my very conservative position on abortion keeps me from winning a moderate hero award. Tongue I will say, I support more Democrats/Independents for Governor than I do Republicans, and only support 63% of Republican Senatorial candidates. Wink

(This is from my Atlas Endorsements, in case anyone was confused)
11408  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: Dick Morris: GOP lacks imagination; could be gaining 100 seats rather than 73 on: September 27, 2010, 09:17:29 pm
Haha, wow. Currently, I only have us between 35-45.
11409  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 08:59:45 pm
Mitt Romney holds another rally in Wisconsin with Senator Sam Brownback. He also tours the state with Senator Lisa Murkowski and Governor Timothy Pawlenty. Romney focuses on his conservative credentials, and makes a strong emphasis on fighting illegal immigration, improving the natural surroundings and taking good advantage of the Great Lakes, and helping the elderly with social security and veteran benefits.
11410  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 07:08:06 pm
Governor Mitt Romney campaigns with Vice President Dick Cheney and Governor Tim Pawlenty in Rockford, Wisconsin...

Now Mike's at it again, calling out campaign dishonest! The fact is, whether he wants to admit it or not, Mike Huckabee is still overweight, and I think that's pretty much a given to anyone who's seen him. This campaign is not about trying to smear our opponent with baseless attacks. The facts are this: Each day, hundreds of children across America are being diagnosed with diabetes, and more and more are severely overweight. Obesity in America is now over 40%, as more Americans are getting lazier and more "fat" foods are being encouraged. America needs a leader who will fight to turn the tide against obesity. How can Mike Huckabee manage our children's health when he can't even manage his own!?!?
- Vice President Dick Cheney
11411  General Politics / Political Geography & Demographics / Re: EDS Releases New Reapportionment Estimates on: September 27, 2010, 06:22:24 pm
That'd be great if Minnesota didn't lose a seat. Then Bachmann would be safe. Smiley
11412  Atlas Fantasy Elections / Atlas Fantasy Government / Re: Confirmation Hearing: Badger for Game Moderator (Voting on nominee) on: September 27, 2010, 06:21:07 pm
aye
AYE
I'm quite proud to vote AYE here.
AYE!
Aye
Aye
Atlasia is saved! Smiley

Badger, I expect some Mideast reports. Tongue We need something to work with.
11413  General Politics / Individual Politics / Re: Top 5 (From Your State) on: September 27, 2010, 06:05:17 pm
Marlin Stutzman
Mitch Daniels
Dick Lugar
Birch Bayh
Teresa Lubbers
11414  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 04:19:50 pm
While campaigning in Wisconsin, a reporter asks Romney to comment on the attacks made by Tancredo...

While I wouldn't go as far to call Mike a jerk, I do find it concerning the unhealthy state of Arkansas. With obesity at an all time high, we need a President who can be a good role model to young kids struggling with weight problems. And while I'm sure Governor Huckabee is a great guy, I can't see him being that role model, given his weight problems. I supported bills that got Massachusetts on track as one of the healthiest states in the nation, and I hope to do something similar on a national level.
- Mitt Romney
11415  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 03:50:22 pm
Former President George H. W. Bush makes an appearance for Governor Romney in Madison, Wisconsin...

Well, I must say, I'm proud of my son for endorsing Romney. Not that I'm playing favorites, but his Christmas card may be shinier than the one I send to Jeb. (crowd roars) No, I'm kidding. Politics and family never mix, even in a family as political as mine.

Today, I'm here to give you all an exciting speech. This is it. (crowd laughs) Seriously though, I'm sick of the games being played in Washingtons. I'm sick of fake politicians who claim to be the most conservative candidate despite wanting to educate criminals and let rapists free, as well as supporting tax hikes multiple times. I'm ready for a leader who will play it straight up, not the political way we're used to. I support Mitt Romney for those reasons, and I ask you all to support him too. Thank you, and God Bless!
11416  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 03:45:30 pm
Jean Schmidt makes an appearence in Ohio on behalf of Governor Romney...

Mitt Romney is the man. He has the guts to stand up to liberals, instead of siding with them like his opponent does. He won't take no for an answer, and will fight his hardest to get the job done. We need a leader like that in the White House, not one who supports educating criminals and lets convicted rapists roam the streets! I'm supporting Mitt because he is that leader, and his opponent is not. I ask you all to do the same.
- Congresswoman Jean Schmidt

11417  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 03:42:51 pm
Minority Leader John Boehner holds a rally for Mitt Romney in Ohio...

Today, I'm proud to endorse Mitt Romney for President of the United States! It's time for America to unite around it's leader, not continue to try and divide this party further. That's why I'm supporting Romney. But not only that, Mitt has the courage, leadership, and integrity to lead this nation. I'm proud to support him, and can't wait to vote for him on March 4th!



Later that day, multiple members of Congress endorse Governor Romney from Texas and Ohio...

Jean Schmidt
Jim Jordan
Steve Austria
Steve Latourette
Rob Portman
Joe Barton
William Thornberry
Kevin Brady
Kay Granger
11418  Forum Community / Survivor / Re: US Congressional Delegations Survivor ROUND 30 on: September 27, 2010, 03:29:07 pm
The Congressional Delegation of Connecticut
11419  Election Archive / 2012 Elections / Re: Romney 2016? on: September 27, 2010, 03:05:53 pm
I think people are vastly overestimating Romney. He ran as a bog-standard conservative's wet dream and still lost to Mike Huckabee (who had about 1/16th his campaign funds) and John McCain.

He didn't really lose to Huckabee, did he? Romney suspended his campaign much earlier, while Huckabee continued to waste time and money chasing a nomination that he was never going to get.

Also, 2008 was the first time people seriously heard of Romney. He now has name recognition, something that people like Chris Christie lack. Romney is the strongest candidate for this reason - and the fact that he has done well with his public image and hasn't been made into a clown by the media compared to the likes of Palin.

Exactly, Mitt beat Huckabee. Huckabee got more delegates only because he stayed in longer, but Mitt still lead him in the popular vote, despite dropping out an entire month before him.

Roll Eyes What makes you so certain the situation wouldn't have reversed had Romney stayed in the race?

Remember that on January 3, Huck led Romney both in popular vote and in delegates, but that changed later on. Let's assume you're right and that Romney was ahead when he dropped out; why are you so certain that Mitt could not have fell behind once again?

Well, I am 100% sure on popular vote, and personally, I think that's the most important if we're talking about who took 2nd place. More Americans voting for Mitt Romney, so he should technically be in second place.

For delegates, Mitt Romney would have performed very well in both Vermont and Rhode Island, possibly winning at least one of them. He would have also performed decently in Texas and Ohio, picking up a couple delegates in each state. Mitt had a decent lead over Huckabee when he dropped out, and polls at the time did not suggest Huckabee could take Mitt over.

You're January 3rd analysis is just ridiculous, as I could counter that and say Mitt lead Huckabee from right after that till now, technically.
11420  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 03:00:05 pm
Mitt Romney responds to the President's endorsement in Milwaukee, Wisconsin...

I thank the President for his endorsement. It is greatly appreciated. Despite some of his mistakes, I think we can all agree that President Bush has had some really strong moments in his nation.

I am brought back to 9/11. A tragic day in America, and a day everyone remembers. My question to you all, "Where were you when the world stopped turning, on that September day"? There are millions of answers, and hundreds of thousands of touching stories. This event brought America together, and made everyone proud to be an American.

America cannot afford to have another event like 9/11 occur. As your President, I will do everything in my power to make sure that doesn't happen. We must stay strong, both economically and on defense. Republicans are being attacked for the Iraq war, but I can tell you all something now: I would rather lose an election than lose a war. It is vital that we stay strong in Iraq and remain our presence until the mission is accomplished. Thank you all, and God Bless!
11421  Forum Community / Interactive Timelines / Re: 2008 Election TL (Gameplay Thread) on: September 27, 2010, 02:55:45 pm
President George W. Bush holds a press conference at the White House...

Today, I'm proud to endorse Mitt Romney for President. It's becoming more apparent each day that he will be our party's nominee, and I wish him the best of luck. To his opponent, Governor Mike Huckabee, I ask him to withdraw from the race with his dignity and integrity intact. A divided primary will lead to a divided party, and in this case, could lead to a Democrat in the White House, something this nation simply cannot afford.

I've made mistakes during my time as President, and I regret those. However, now, America needs a leader who can fix those mistakes and make this nation stronger and safer. There is only one candidate who can do that, and that man is Mitt Romney.

Thank you all, and God Bless. I'm pleased to be voting for Mitt Romney on March 4th in the Texas primary.



11422  Election Archive / 2012 Elections / Re: Romney 2016? on: September 27, 2010, 02:41:40 pm
I think people are vastly overestimating Romney. He ran as a bog-standard conservative's wet dream and still lost to Mike Huckabee (who had about 1/16th his campaign funds) and John McCain.

He didn't really lose to Huckabee, did he? Romney suspended his campaign much earlier, while Huckabee continued to waste time and money chasing a nomination that he was never going to get.

Also, 2008 was the first time people seriously heard of Romney. He now has name recognition, something that people like Chris Christie lack. Romney is the strongest candidate for this reason - and the fact that he has done well with his public image and hasn't been made into a clown by the media compared to the likes of Palin.
Exactly, Mitt beat Huckabee. Huckabee got more delegates only because he stayed in longer, but Mitt still lead him in the popular vote, despite dropping out an entire month before him.
11423  Election Archive / 2010 Senatorial Election Polls / NH: Other Source: Ayotte way out in front of Hodes; 20% undecided on: September 27, 2010, 02:31:15 pm
New Poll: New Hampshire Senator by Other Source on 2010-09-27

Summary: D: 32%, R: 46%, I: 2%, U: 20%

Poll Source URL: Full Poll Details

11424  Election Archive / 2012 Elections / Re: County Predictions per. State, 2012 on: September 26, 2010, 08:57:45 pm
Well, here's my Indiana guess...



Some of the Blue percentage colors should probably be darker, but oh well. I see Obama losing Indiana by about a 54-45 margin.
11425  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: can Feingold still win? on: September 26, 2010, 08:50:30 pm
There is still a possibility for him to win...There is also a possibility Greene can win in South Carolina. Tongue
Seriously, I'd put Feingold's chances at about 40%, which isn't too bad. He has a lot of name recognition, and he's in a Democratic-leaning state. It'll be pretty close on election night.
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