Sarah Palin will make a brief campaign stop in Pensacola next week - Tuesday, Oct. 7. She will speak at Pensacola Aviation. Doors open at 11 a.m. Tickets can be picked up today between 12:30-7 p.m. at the campaign offices at 6565 North W. Street. For more info, 969-0097.
Today's Quinnipiac poll of likely voters: Obama 51% McCain 43% Poll says Palin & economy pulling McCain down. Read more
Escambia Supervisor of Elections David Stafford also says that it's not illegal to wear campaign T-shirts, buttons, hats, etc while you vote....unless you are a poll worker or poll watcher.
Escambia Supervisor of Elections David Stafford says that will be no problem if you're address on your voter registration doesn't match your driver's license id, especially if you're in the same district. If you've moved out of your district, you need to complete a change of address form and get at [...]
The Jerusalem Post published this article on Michal Elboim, "a vivacious, dark-haired sabra from Hod Hasharon, was serving as a young emissary of the Jewish Agency when she slipped off the bow of a motor boat in the Perdido Bay and was mortally injured by the propeller." Read The Human Spirit: [...]
Is the Pensacola News Journal tagging Democrats? According to this blogger: I blog at the Pensacola News Journal at http://www.PNJ.com under the name "Pensacola". I also run the web site for the Escambia Democratic Executive Committee at http://www.escambiademocrat s.org. This morning I [...]
Here is a photo from inside the Media Filing Center. We sat with reporters from Reuters, CBS News, MSNBC, ABC and the traveling media with both the McCain and Obama campaigns. The huge tv screens that you see in the picture are broadcasting the debate live in HD. Every seat had telephone and [...]
Pension Plan Concerns Addressed to City Council By: Michael Rutschky Citizens voiced their concern over the costliness of Pensacola’s pension plan during the open forum segment of the Sept. 25 city council meeting. Pensacola resident Bill Cummins began the discussion when he presented the [...]
The campus is alive. Yesterday the student newspaper, The Daily Mississippian, held a poll. The question was: What do you think of McCain's request to suspend the debate? It's a cop out - 63% It's a reasonable request - 14% No matter what, the debate should go on - 23%
Just got set up. Will broadcast live from the Ole Miss Student Union. The debate is on and the students are excited.
There is a huge flaw in this logic: How A Clinton-Era Rule Rewrite Made Subprime Crisis Inevitable By TERRY JONES INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Wednesday, September 24, 2008 4:30 PM PT One of the most frequently asked questions about the subprime market meltdown and housing crisis is: [...]
The Escambia County Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to unify management for county Fire Rescue and volunteer firefighters. Under the unification, the volunteer fire fighters will now have a better ability to dictate functions within each station. Escambia Fire Chief Ken Perkins said the [...]