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‘2012 Presidential Race’ Archives

Taco Bell’s Political Pressure?

Apparently, an area Taco Bell outlet may be weighing in on the current presidential election. An anonymous caller relayed an insertion she said employees of the Warrington Taco Bell recently received in their paychecks. The insertion, she said, stated that the Affordable Care Act would cost the [...]

Pensacola Romney Rally: Voices from the Crowd

By James Hagan.... Romney Rally Fires Up Locals... Long a conservative stronghold, Pensacola greeted Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney with an enthusiastic capacity crowd at the Pensacola Bay Center on October 27. Surging in the polls on the eve of the election, the confident Romney [...]

Who is leading in Electoral votes

To be elected president a candidate needs 270 electoral votes. Most media has Obama ahead, but with plenty of votes undecided. The New York Times shows Obama with 185 solid votes and 52 leaning his way for 237; Romney with 168 solid votes and 38 leaning in his favor for 206. The paper has 95 [...]

How does the Electoral Process work

The U.S. National Archives have created a webpage that explains the Electoral College. The Electoral College is not a place but is the process by which the President and Vice President are elected. The Electoral College is comprised of 538 electors. Each state has one elector for each [...]

Red Alert: Tea Party claims Obama fix is in. See the proof.

Red Alert: Tea Party claims Obama fix is in. See the proof.

I'm on the email lists of some of the extremists from both sides of the presidential election. Tea Party.org sent out a "Red Alert" claiming that it had found indisputable proof of a "serious clandestine operation" that was mistakenly transmitted on a CBS News affiliate in Arizona. Note: As we [...]

Mack, Nelson Rally Local Supporters

Mack, Nelson Rally Local Supporters

Both candidates for Florida’s U.S. Senate race made their way to Pensacola this week en route to Election Day. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) started off the week with a visit to Dharma Blue, followed by Rep. Connie Mack (R-Fla.) today at Seville Quarter. During their local stops, each candidate [...]

GOP says its members are target of fake letters

The website The Daily Caller is reporting that Charles Callaghan, a Republican from Ponte Vedra, received one of the fraudulent letters Saturday. Chris Cate, spokesman for the Division of Elections, explained to the Tampa Bay Times, which reported the letters have gone mostly to Republicans in the [...]

More voter fraud in Escambia County

More voter fraud in Escambia County

NorthEscambia.com is reporting that at least two Escambia County voters have received a letter questioning their citizenship. The letter is made to look like it is from Supervisor of Elections David Stafford. The fraudulent letter tells the voter that he/she has to provide Stafford [...]

America Co.’s Search for CEO

Jay Rosenzweig and Robert Waite, two international head hunters, have analyzed the two presidential candidates in the same way executive recruiters do when searching for top talent for client companies. Typically, the client in a chief executive search is the board of directors, according to [...]

Who won the presidential debate last night?

I have my opinion, but I want to hear yours and give us reasons why Romney or Obama was the winner. Here's your chance to show how smart you are.

Presidential Debate Bingo

CafePress tracked the words used in last night's debate between Vice President Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan. Both were aggressive, but it also had several notable phrases that had American voters buzzing – particularly “malarkey.” Key buzzwords: VP Debate Jobs 19 (Ryan 13, Biden [...]

Schieffer: Why debates are good

Bob Schieffer says in today's hyper-partisan age, debates are a time when "partisans from both sides will actually tolerate hearing the other side of the story. A rare thing these days, but it's a good thing." Source: CBS

Michelle Obama or Joe Biden, who do you want to visit Pcola (vote)

My sources are telling me that the President Obama's campaign strategists are debating whether to send the First Lady Michelle Obama or Vice President Joe Biden to Pensacola for a rally before the November general election. Michelle Obama had a huge rally at the Civic Center during the 2008 [...]

Must register to vote by Tuesday, Oct. 9 7 p.m.

The Escambia County Supervisor of Elections Office will be open extended hours – until 7p.m. – on Tuesday, October 9 to accommodate citizens who wish to register to vote for the upcoming General Election. October 9 is the last day to register before the November 6, 2012 election. Additionally, [...]

I need to follow Matt Gaetz on Twitter

I need to follow Matt Gaetz on Twitter

Huffington Post follows State Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fort Walton Beach). The website had fun with Gaetz's tweet on late Tuesday afternoon in which wrote that he believes President Barack Obama's decision to use Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) as a Romney stand-in during debate practice is a omen of where [...]

Boehner in Pensacola declares Romney won debate

Boehner in Pensacola declares Romney won debate

Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) was in Pensacola this morning at a private fundraiser for Congressman Steve Southerland (R-Panama City) hosted by Collier Merrill, Lewis Bear, Jr. and Pam Dana at The Fish House. He declared that Mitt Romney won last night's presidential [...]

McCain calls for veterans to vote for Romney

McCain calls for veterans to vote for Romney

Stopping at the Fish House yesterday afternoon on the “Veterans for Romney” tour across the Panhandle, Sen. John McCain relied heavily on his naval background to connect to his audience in his endorsement of the Republican presidential nominee. On the outside deck of the restaurant, Florida [...]

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