Rasmussen released a poll today that shows Republican Carly Fiorina leading Barbara Boxer by one point, 48 to 47 percent. That’s if you include “leaners” — people who at first say they’re not sure, but are then urged to pick one anyway. Read More
Via RealClearPolitics, we have this week’s gubernatorial polls:
Rasmussen: Florida — Scott (R) by 3.
EPIC-MRA: Michigan — Snyder (R) by 22.
Rasmussen : Wisconsin – Walker (R) by 3.
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ProPublica’s “Recovery Tracker” has an interesting chart listing how much federal stimulus funding went to each state, juxtaposed with that state’s rate of unemployment from 2008 to 2010. Remember, the main purpose of President Obama’s $850 billion stimulus package was to “save or create jobs,” and Obama’s economic team went even further to claim it would create jobs. Read More
Chris Matthews deserves everyone’s mockery for his performance on the story of an insane woman’s run for Secretary of State in California. (Just think, this guy is about to air a big show about how all conservatives are militia members waiting to happen.) Read More
No surprises here: Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman won the races for the GOP nominations for Senate and governor, respectively. Read More
Orly Taitz, the absolutely insane head of the birther movement, is running for Secretary of State in California. There was absolutely nothing to suggest that she would even come close to winning, but don’t tell that to wishful-thinking liberals like Rachel Maddow, who suggested earlier on MSNBC that she might win. Read More