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  • Former Gov. Ridge endorses Romney while Santorum has edge in Pa

    Former Gov. Ridge endorses Romney while Santorum has edge in Pa
    On the heels of a group of establishment Republicans endorsing Mitt Romney in Harrisburg this week, Pennsylvania's former Gov. Tom Ridge declared his support for the former Massachusetts governor as well Wednesday morning. Ridge, also the nation's...
  • Tracking Extremists: A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut

    Tracking Extremists:  A new study shows a rise in "Patriot Groups" here in Connecticut
    The good news: Connecticut's "hate group" index appears to be holding fairly steady. The bad news: the number of far-right wing, anti-federal-government-conspiracy "Patriot groups" in Connecticut more than doubled last year. That's the word from the...
  • Author Matthew Sanford speaking about aligning mind and body at Quinnipiac University's Burt Kahn Court on March 28

    Author Matthew Sanford speaking about aligning mind and body at Quinnipiac University's Burt Kahn Court on March 28
    Gain some perspective or enlightenment this week from author Matthew Sanford. After surviving a car accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down, Sanford travels around the country touting the benefits of the mind-body connection. He's written a...
  • Obama camp looks to rebound in Florida

     
    WASHINGTON — A day after a Quinnipiac University poll showed 57 percent of Florida voters disapproved of President Barack Obama’s job performance, his top campaign officials sought to reassure supporters by highlighting outreach efforts in the...
  • Romney Florida team: picks up Brett Doster, JC Hernandez, Alex Melendez

     
    Fresh after his disappointing showings in both the Quinnipiac University Florida Poll and the RPOF Presidency 5 Straw Poll this weekend, Mitt Romney announced his Florida team today including veterans of Rick Scott and Marco Rubio campaigns. Brett Doster,...
  • Women Get Corbett Above .500 In New Q-Poll.

     
    An Eight-Point Bump ... ... among Pennsylvania's female voters has nabbed Gov. Tom Corbett his best approval rating ever, a new Quinnipiac University poll out this morning shows. The Guv's at a 50-32 percent approval rating among all voters, up from a 44-...
  • Romney holding lead over Perry in latest PPP Florida poll

     
    Mitt Romney continues to lead all Republican presidential hopefuls in Florida in the latest survey done by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic-leaning public opinion organization, with Rick Perry replacing Michele Bachmann in second place. Bachmann fell...
  • Qpoll: PA voters lukewarm to electoral changes

     
    More Pennsylvanians, 52 percent to 40 percent, oppose state Republicans’ proposal to shift how electoral votes are counted from winner takes all to district-by-district, according to a Quinnipiac survey released Wednesday morning. Just seven percent...
  • LeMieux Website calls Hasner “phony conservative”

     
    Former U.S. Sen. George LeMieux is attacking rival Adam Hasner with a new Website labeling the former Florida House Majority leader as “Life-long Moderate Phony Conservative” in their race to get the Republican nod to take on U.S. Sen. Bill...
  • Newt starting to show in GOP polling

     
    Here are the top three GOP candidates in the most recent polls reported at PollingReport.com: USA Today/Gallup Poll. Nov. 2-6, 2011: Mitt Romney -- 21%; Herman Cain 21%; Newt Gingrich, 12% NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling......
  • Qpoll: Obama and Romney tied in Pa, Fla and Ohio

     
    In three key battleground states, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is clearly President Barack Obama's most formidable opponent. The two men are statistically neck-in-neck in Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio, according to a new Quinnipiac University...