Posts Tagged ‘2012 election’

Walmart Moms Lean Toward Obama 99 Cent Store Moms Yet To Give Their 2 Cents Worth, Both Waiting To See Who Goes On Sale

October 17, 2012

Undecided “Walmart moms” in Milwaukee, Wis., gave the presidential debate win to President Obama by a narrow margin – but they’re not sold yet.

In a bipartisan focus group conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Momentum Analysis and sponsored by Walmart, a group of undecided female voters were asked to vote for who they thought won the second presidential debate.

Overall, though, most of these women said they remain undecided. They said they feel as though it’s time to do some more research on the candidates, and ultimately, it’s time to make their decision.

With 3 weeks to go to the vote, Walmart Moms need more time to research, 99 Cent Store Moms yet to give their 2- cents worth. Both camps waiting to see who goes on sale.

Run On Chick- fil- A Chicken, Poultry With A Plan

August 2, 2012

Pastor Rick Warren reported last night on Twitter that fast food chain Chick-fil-A “set a world record” yesterday. His claim is based off a phone call he had with Dan Cathy, the COO of Chick-fil-A who ignited a culture war when he expressed his preference for traditional marriage.

Support of private company rights and job growth could be precursor to fall election turnout.. Eager voters up with the chickens…

 

Mary Jane On The Ballot Could Get Dem Voters High On 2012 Turn Out

August 2, 2010

Putting the question of marijuana legalization on state ballots in 2012 may be one of the most effective ways for a dispirited Democratic Party to get reluctant voters out to the polls. The wild card in the coming midterms and in 2012 will be the “surge” voters — people who were driven to the polls in 2008 through a once-in-a-generation mix of shame at the outgoing administration and hope in a new, barrier-breaking candidate. Democrats are investing millions in figuring out how to get those voters out, and the marijuana issue is getting increasing attention from political operatives.

Dems put pot on the ballot for 2012 elections could make Dem voters high on increased turnout…