According to a new Miami Herald poll conducted from September 14-17, Republican presidential nominee John McCain holds a slim lead over Democrat Barack Obama in Florida. A poll release indicates that McCain is nursing a narrow lead over Obama in Florida, though voters say the Democrat is more trusted to handle their most important issue: the economy.
Sen. John McCain has recently taken lead over Sen. Barrack Obama, in the presidential race, in the Sunshine State — that’s what the recent Obama vs McCain Florida Polls show.
Obama and McCain were evenly poised in the recent Florida polls, but a latest poll has shown McCain’s surge in the state. The polls were conducted by Allstate/National Journal/FD, CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research, American Research Group, and SurveyUSA. Check out what these recent McCain vs Obama Florida Polls say—
Swing States, such as Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Colorado, currently appear to be favoring Sen. John Mccain — that’s what the Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ recent Obama vs McCain polls show.
McCain is leading Obama in Colorado, Florida, and Ohio, while they (Obama and McCain) are statistically tied in Pennsylvania and Virginia. Check out what Fox News/Rasmussen Reports’ Obama vs McCain polls conducted in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Colorado show.
Sen. John McCain has taken a sizable lead over his democratic rival, Sen. Barack Obama, in the presidential race, in the Sunshine State; that’s what the latest Obama McCain Florida opinion polls say.
McCain has not only taken lead over Obama, but he has managed to surge his lead in the polls conducted by Quinnipiac University, InAdv/PollPosition, and Zogby Interactive. Check out what these latest McCain Obama Florida Polls show.
It appears that Barack Obama and John McCain are currently going neck and neck in the presidential race, in the Sunshine Sate. Well, that’s what the recent Obama McCain Florida Polls also show.
Uptil now, two pre-election opinion polls have been conducted in Florida – one poll favors McCain and the other favors Obama. The polls have been conducted by Public Policy Polling and Fox News/Rasmussen Reports. Check out what the recent McCain Obama Florida Polls say.
It appears that John McCain is all set to edge Barack Obama completely out of the presidential race in the Sunshine State. Well, McCain is having healthy lead over the Illinois Senator in Florida — that’s what the latest Obama McCain Florida pre-election opinion polls indicate.
McCain is enjoying lead over Obama in the latest three Florida opinion polls, released by Kitchens Group, Quinnipiac University, and Strategic Vision, in the current week of August. The polls also show McCain’s lead over Obama surging.
John McCain still has little edge over his Democratic rival Barack Obama in the presidential race in the Sunshine State — that’s what say the latest Obama McCain Florida pre-election opinion polls conducted by Zogby Interactive and American Research Group.
McCain leads Obama in Florida by small margin. Definitely, Florida is one of the crucial battleground states, with 27 Electoral College votes. Here’s what the latest McCain Obama Florida Polls say —
The Democratic National Committee's Rules and Bylaws Committee today voted to return full voting rights to the convention delegates from Florida and Michigan, approving Barack Obama's request, thus ending the long fight over Michigan's presidential primary that had them stripped of all voting rights.
The party had decided to punish the two renegade states for holding primaries before their allocated dates. In separate votes, and with the aim of uniting the party, the panel permitted the full seating of Michigan and Florida with no debate or opposing votes.
John McCain sustains his lead over Barack Obama in the Sunshine State — the August Obama McCain Florida Pre-Election Opinion Polls show. McCain leads all three pre-election opinion polls conducted in Florida in the current month.
Florida is one of the swing states. The state has 27 Electoral College votes.
Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Obama pledged pro-active involvement in the Space Exploration Program, and included $2 billion additional funding for NASA in his congressional plan.
“I believe NASA needs an inspirational vision for the 21st Century,” Obama said. “My vision will build on the great goals set forth in recent years, to maintain a robust program of human space exploration and ensure the fulfillment of NASA’s mission.”
Oil prices rose in Asia on Monday, propelled by concerns that Tropical Storm Fay may oil operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Light, sweet crude for September delivery rose US $1.19 to US $114.96 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by midday in Singapore. The contract fell US $1.24 on Friday to settle at US $113.77 a barrel.
“Tropical Storm Fay poses some risks to the oil and gas production in the Gulf,” said Victor Shum of energy consultancy Purvin and Gertz in Singapore.
A man was held in Florida on charges of threatening to kill the Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama, if he became the president.
The man, Raymond Hunter Geisel was discovered to have ammunition, a handgun and other weapons, authorities said. He was ordered held without bail Thursday at a brief court hearing.
It appears that John McCain is tightening his grip over the Sunshine State; McCain has taken lead over Barack Obama in the two recent Obama McCain Florida Polls conducted in the state. The critical swing-state, Florida has 27 Electoral College votes.
Here what the two recent McCain Obama Florida Polls say —
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson were spotted out for a stroll in Miami Beach on Tuesday, August 5. They had reportedly arrived in Miami yesterday afternoon, following a weekend in Chicago for Lollapalooza and a one-day stay back home in Los Angeles.
Lindsay Lohan and her oft-rumored girlfriend Samantha Ronson spent their first day of vacation hanging out by the Delano hotel pool with about a dozen Ronson family members.
Sen. John McCain defeated the Democratic Presidential campaigner, Barack Obama in a recent poll conducted in an election in critical swing-state Florida, which has 27 Electoral College votes.
SurveyUSA poll pre-election poll conducted from 1 Aug to 3 Aug, exclusively for WFLA-TV Tampa and WKRG-TV Pensacola, showed John McCain leading Obama by 6 % points – 50% to 44% among the registered voters of Florida.