Tag Archives: battleground states
Posted on02. Oct, 2012 by Stevie.
Despite the wave of absentee balloting for the November election that has begun in parts of the country, this week is still a milestone in the campaign. Early in-person voting is underway in a couple of swing states, including Iowa and Ohio. These are two big prizes that pollsters and politicos have been keeping watch [...]
Posted on30. May, 2012 by Stevie.
President Obama is going to make sure he is front and center in the Latino community this election cycle. On Wednesday, his campaign released its third round of Spanish language ads to air in specific battleground markets — Nevada, Colorado, and Florida. The themes are similar to those in the English ads, including reminders about [...]
Posted on24. May, 2012 by Stevie.
Poll numbers are in for some of the toughest battleground states in the 2012 election. The latest NBC/Marist poll is in and President Obama still has a heads-up over Mitt Romney in Ohio, Florida, and Virginia. The race is tight, however, and the president should expect to duke it out with Romney in key places [...]
Posted on23. May, 2012 by Stevie.
President Obama may be in shaky territory with some voting blocs, but there are a few that offer rock solid support. Latinos, much like African-Americans, have offered the president a commitment like none other in the voting booth. The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Telemundo poll shows Latino support for President Obama at 61 percent versus [...]
Posted on22. May, 2012 by Stevie.
Here is yet another attack ad from Mitt Romney about President Obama. Produced by Crossroads GPS, the ad buy will total $9.7 million once its all said and done. The spot will air in 10 battleground states, which I’m sure are jacking up their ad space prices due to the election year. When you think [...]