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4/1/10 – Campaign Update

April 1, 2010
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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.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtxqtBq0uVw

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.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9R-cQ_A_6w

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!

Polling Report

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)

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