I’m impressed by the physical, mental, and emotional stamina of the four major candidates.
Regardless who wins, America’s standing in the world needs to change for the better. Although this was not a campaign focus, it is reality.
Will we wake up tomorrow to a decision? Well, according to the trends based on the S&P index and the Washington Redskin’s last home game before the election, Senator Obama wins.
I’m interested to see just how close the polls are to the results.
Tonight’s election coverage will be a race among the networks to declare winners. Yes, they agree to withhold projections until polls close in that states, but for me, that’s not enough because results in closed states should not affect the results in states with polls still open.
Yesterday I saw a report about what happens if candidates have an electoral tie. It was interesting!
We are in a time of an economic downturn, financial instability, two wars, and a lousy standing in the international community. The polarizing winner-take-all approach into winners and losers makes establishing a common ground difficult.
With the country is such a mess on so many fronts, will tonight’s winner demand a recount?
Sorry to disagree with pundits, Senator McCain doesn’t have a must win state because he needs more than one surprise.
For the record, undecided voters are those who either don’t proclaim their vote, or those who wait to decide when the ballot is in their hand.
The people buying into the politics of fear are just as disgusting as those playing it.
Like many Americans, I prefer party-divided government in Washington. With the Democrats set for considerable gains in both chambers and a good chance for the White House, how long will it take for a party-divided government to return?
Today, San Francisco voters face a referendum to rename a wastewater treatment plant in honor of President Bush. Although I find it amusing, I hope it loses for two reasons: (1) it’s a waste of taxpayer dollars and (2) I question if GWB deserves any recognition.