4/1/10 – Campaign Update
President Obama has truly reinvigorated the American spirit by fulfilling his campaign promises – even the NRSC has congratulated the leader of the free world for lowering unemployment to -39% and eliminating the federal deficit. Obama’s latest initiative to “replace cars with low-emission unicorns, powered with the renewable energy of rainbows” will undoubtedly earn accolades from both parties.
Of course, if you actually believed this, you’d be almost as foolish as Congressional Democrats. Unfortunately, the following isn’t a joke – one Democrat thinks that stationing more marines on Guam will cause the island to “tip over and capsize.”
As you can probably tell, there’s not too much campaign-wise going on this week. Former Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich will be challenging incumbent Martin O’Malley though… stay tuned!
Missouri Senate PPP Blunt (R) 45% Carnahan (D) 41% (3/30)
New York Senate Marist Pataki (R) 47% Gillibrand* (D) 45% (3/30)
North Dakota Senate Rasmussen Hoeven (R) 68% Potter (D) 25% (3/26)
Ohio Senate Quinnipiac Portman (R) 37% Fisher (D) 41% (3/31)
Ohio Senate Quinnipiac Portman (R) 37% Brunner (D) 38% (3/31)
Florida Governor Mason-Dixon McCollum (R) 49% Sink (D) 34% (3/31)
New Mexico Governor Rasmussen Avg. GOP 33% Denish (D) 51% (3/30)
Ohio Governor Quinnipiac Kasich (R) 38% Strickland* (D) 43% (3/31)
Rhode Island Governor Rasmussen Chafee (I) 39% Caprio (D) 28% (3/28)
S. Dakota Governor Rasmussen Daugaard (R) 49% Heideprim (D) 32% (3/30)
North Dakota AL-CD Rasmussen Berg (R) 51% Pomeroy* (D) 44% (3/26)
South Dakota AL-CD Rasmussen Nelson (R) 42% Sandlin* (D) 44% (3/30)