Gallup Delivers a Stunner … The real historical parallel may be 1894 when Republicans took 100 seats … As Election Day draws closer, every major public opinion poll shifts from interviewing registered voters to those whom it identifies as “likely” voters. Gallup, the oldest U.S. polling company, first developed the model it uses for identifying likely voters back in 1950 and its final election polls have proven highly accurate. Gallup delivered its first 2010 “likely voter” poll and the results floored the political community. In the generic ballot question, which asks which party a voter would favor in a generic House contest, Gallup gave the GOP a 46% to 42% edge. But then Gallup applied two versions of its “likely voter” turnout model. In its “high turnout model,” Republicans led Democrats by 53% to 40%. In its “low turnout model,” the GOP edge was a stunning 56% to 38%. That kind of margin in favor of Republicans has never been seen in Gallup surveys … Michael Barone, co-author of the Almanac of American Politics, says either of the Gallup turnout models would produce “a Republican House majority the likes of which we have not seen since the election cycles of 1946 or even 1928.” Mr. Barone says the historical parallel might no longer be 1994, when the GOP gained 54 House seats, but instead 1894, when Republicans gained more than 100 House seats in the middle of the economic downturn that engulfed Democratic President Grover Cleveland. – Wall Street Journal
Dominant Social Theme: The Republican majority is on its way back!
Reference also GiN Series post here under Nebraska category on CLibertyC on this topic . . .
Come join Delia Lopez at the Cathedral Ridge Winery on Oct 10 from 4-6 pm. This is a gorgeous location and award winning wines with the first glass on Cathedral Ridge! 4200 Post Canyon Drive Hood River OR 97031 (800) 516-8710
See you Sunday Oct 10th at the TEA Party!
10-10-10 in Support of the 10th Amendment
Join your fellow Michigan patriots as we support our 10th Amendment Sovereignty rights against Unconstitutional Federal over reach such as ObamaCare, a prime example of national law that oversteps state jurisdiction and results in the loss of rights of Michigan’s citizens!
Date: Sunday October 10, 2010
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Michigan State Capitol
100 N. Capitol
Lansing, MI 48933
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The next OK-SAFE Action Forum will be this Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010. Location: The Village Library, 10307 N. Penn Ave., The Village Library, The Village, OK (north OKC) Time: 6:30pm – 8:15 pm. Subjects covered will include a brief power point on the Earmark process, how the appropriation process works, who are the requestors and recipients of the money in OK…
++ AGENDA FOR THIS WEEK’S MEETING++ CHARLIE’S PICKS AND OCPAC MEMBERSHIP++ ANNOUNCEMENTS++ OFFICIAL FIGURES FOR THIS YEAR’S DEFICIT & NATIONAL DEBT++ BRITTANY NOVOTNY SAYS NO TO ISSUES, MY FINAL THOUGHTS++ Our 12 noon luncheon for Wednesday, October 6th will be held at Italiano’s restaurant, 4801 North Lincoln in OKC.
Delia Lopez and Michael Steele and the Fire Pelosi Bus will be at the airport Shilo Inn Thursday Oct 7th 4:30 -6pm! This is the year “We the People” are taking our country back from those that want to run our lives! That is the Tea Party message. We ar…
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Delia Lopez Money Bomb Countdown to the Final Blumenhauer
We are just weeks, days and hours away from retiring career politician Earl Blumenhauer and today we are asking for your support to bring Liberty and Freedom to Oregon’s 3rd District. Please do…
Please tune in to Revolution Broadcasting this 16th of September. Bring your questions, join the chat or call in and talk to Delia, Dr. Paul and many other guests!
Two members of Nebraska’s Congressional Delegation have scheduled townhalls (and “open coffees”) in Nebraska during the August Recess.
People outside of Texas might wonder they should watch a Texas Gubernatorial Republican Primary Debate.
I highly recommend it because I think this race is illustrative of a number of phenomenon that are at work right now on the “right” side of the aisle. And boy do I use THAT term loosely. Please understand that loose […]