Pope Dismayed at John Kerry's Platform- 2/17/04ROME-
Pope John Paul II has gotten distantly involved in the United States Presidential Election. In a brief statement the Pope was apparently disappointed in Senator Kerry's views on Abortion. According to recent polls Kerry does narrowly lead both John McCain and the President with Catholics by a 47-43 margin. However, that will likely change as many Catholics may be forced to give Kerry a second look, whether they like it or not.
McCain Continues to Sweep Primaries, Wins WI, HI, ID, and UT- 2/24/04PHOENIX-
Little mention of John McCain's continued victories has come from either his of the President's campaigns. However looking deeper it appears John McCain has a very high chance of becoming the party's nominee accomplishing a feat in which Reagan, Ted Kennedy, and Theodore Roosevelt all failed in. Unseating an incumbent of their own party. This has ramifications way beyond this election of this indeed comes to pass and it could create a truly humbling perspective for future incumbents.
Candidates Criss-Cross Nation in the Last Push for Primary Votes- 3/1/04NEW YORK-
With just hours to go until the most crucial night in the Republican Primaries both candidates are circling the nation in a hectic attempt to win over the last groups of Republican undecideds. The President has been darting from East to West gradually while McCain has just been in the so called "primary tossups." It seems very clear that both sides know that this could be it for the primary season.
Edwards for NC!-3/2/04RALEIGH-
Senator John Edwards announced just mere hours before Super Tuesday voting closed that they will both run in their respective Senate races. Edwards' Senate race leans in his favor as he is running for reelection. Even so, North Carolina leans R on a national level so the results could be surprising.
SUPER TUESDAY- McCain Pulls Ahead With Wins in CA, CT, MD, MA, MN, NY, OH, RI, VT! Bush carries GA!- 3/2/04PHOENIX-
Tonight has all but sealed the deal for McCain and the Republicans. He managed to carry all but 1 primary against an incumbent on the most important night of the election. No word from the Bush campaign yet however, we can confirm that he will be speaking in a few minutes from Austin.
Bush Bows Out. GE- KERRY v. MCCAIN- 3/2/04
History has just occurred. Senator John McCain has just defeated n incumbent president in their party primary. This changes election forever for incumbents everywhere.
George Bush had a somber mood in his speech but said he is "leaving this office with dignity for my successor John McCain". An endorsement was actually not expected to comes as an unexpected bonus for McCain as he now faces John Kerry in an attempt to win the election. Our current poll average actually has the 2 men tied both at 47% on when could be considered the 1st Night of the General Election Campaign.