Saturday, August 11, 2007

2008 Presidential Election - 2008 Election Polls

2008 Presidential Election
Aug. 10, 2007 - News

Senator Hillary Clinton of New York retains her position firmly at the front of the pack of Democratic presidential candidates, with poll Thursday giving her 44 percent of the vote, nearly double the 24 percent garnered by the next-closest candidate, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois. For information go to CNN.
Republican presidential long shot
Ron Paul's passionate online supporters face a critical challenge in Saturday's Iowa straw poll: translating their online energy into success in the offline political process. For more information go to
Perhaps if
Mitt Romney wasn’t such a rubber stamp for every blunder George Bush has made in Iraq, then the question he was hit with in Iowa the other day could be viewed as out of bounds. For more information go to The Boston Herald.
Former Arkansas governor
Mike Huckabee warned Thursday that nominating Mitt Romney would leave the party vulnerable to Democratic charges of flip-flopping that could endanger GOP chances of winning the White House in 2008. For more information go to The Washington Post.
Republican presidential candidate
Rudy Giuliani said Thursday he had exposed himself to the same health risks as workers at ground zero after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and spent as much time at the site as those involved in the recovery. For more information go to The Washington Post.
A new University of Iowa poll released today shows the race for the Democratic presidential nomination tightening in Iowa with caucus goers splitting nearly evenly between former vice presidential nominee
John Edwards, and Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. For more information go to

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