Posted on 06 November 2012.
GlossyNews.com – Television ads have been running furiously in swing states like Iowa, Ohio, Florida, New Hampshire, Old Hampshire and Colorado, but one new ad hit the airwaves last night. The GOP sponsored “Why Vote?” campaign, paid for by Romney Victory Inc.
The ad starts with a woman at her table, sorting through what looks like bills. You hear a baby crying in the background and a man yelling at her from off camera in Spanish. Read the full story
Posted in Politics, Television
Posted on 19 October 2012.
With an estimated $2billion in campaign cash being spent around the country, economies are suffering in non-swing states.
Marketers from the nation’s bluest and reddest states are making fevered pitches with just weeks to go until election day, and some of them are pretty desperate to bring in even the first few dirty dollars.
“Mitt Romney launched a major ad blitz in eight key battleground states… two ads apiece in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina and Ohio; three separate ads in Virginia; and one ad in Nevada and New Hampshire.” Yahoo News – September 7, 2012 Read the full story
Posted in Television
Posted on 12 October 2012.
With each passing week, the 2012 presidential race is getting tighter and tighter.
The most recent Gallup poll has it at 49.99999999% for Romney and 49.99999999% for Obama. A dead heat.
Scientists have discovered molecules with more space between them than these polling numbers.
Just three months ago, the number of battleground states had narrowed to eight. In the past month, it has narrowed even further – to just one state: Ohio. Both candidates have been spending so much time in this state they now know most Ohioans on a first-name basis, as well as their pets. Read the full story
Posted in Politics
Posted on 15 September 2012.
WASHINGTON D.C. – The Green Party of The United States is desperately trying to convince supporters of the two main political parties that it does have policies not linked in any way to the environment.
Speaking before a Q&A session Wednesday, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein insisted that people should “check out our stance on healthcare and education.”
“Every election it’s the same; people always think that the Green Party is just about saving some polar bears in the North Pole,” said Stein. Read the full story
Posted in Politics