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  • Schumer visits as Obama campaign launches committees to woo Jewish support

     
    Coinciding with a visit to the area by U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York on behalf of the Democratic presidential ticket, U.S. Sen. Barack Obama???s campaign announced Sunday new strategies for wooing South Florida???s Jewish voters. Obama campaign........
  • John McCain and Sarah Palin vow change

     
    by Jill Zuckman CEDARBURG, Wis. -- Can a Republican candidate be a change candidate in an anti-Republican election year? With an incumbent GOP president facing very low approval ratings after two terms, that's exactly what Sen. John McCain is trying......
  • Obama hit by white flight in NJ?

     
    by Frank James New Jersey has been reliably Democratic in recent presidential elections. But the latest polling suggests it may not be so safely blue this time around. Quinnipiac University's Polling Institute has a new poll that indicates that Sen.......
  • Obama: McCain 'Katrina-like' on economy

     
    by James Oliphant DETROIT--Backed by an increasing number of polls that show his campaign gaining momentum, Barack Obama brought his economic recovery message to distressed Detroit Sunday. In doing so, he sharpened his attacks on rival John McCain over...
  • Sarah Palin popularity plummets in Florida prior to Boca Raton visit

     
    A new statewide poll shows Sarah Palin is coming to Palm Beach County next week just as her popularity in Florida has slipped. A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Palin???s appeal in the Sunshine State has dropped considerably in......
  • Campaign enters final stretch

     
    by Jill Zuckman In a presidential race marked by unexpected twists, turns and slips, Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama enter the last 30 days of the campaign with Obama clinging to a small but significant lead and McCain anxious......
  • 'Gender-gap' favoring Obama: Experts

     
    by Mark Silva The "gender gap'' in support for Barack Obama and John McCain is particularly pronounced in some of the "battleground'' states where the Democrat and Republican are vying for the presidency. And the apparent initial impact that Sarah......
  • Obama, McCain: Decision-making paths

     
    by Peter Brown Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain have widely divergent decision-making styles, a reflection of the reality that human beings are products, and sometimes prisoners, of their training. But perhaps as interesting is that the differences...
  • Obama's Florida shot: A key to victory

     
    by Mark Silva ST. CLOUD, Fla. - A flood of television ads, an unprecedented army of Democratic campaign workers and a souring economy have converged to offer Sen. Barack Obama a chance of winning in the biggest of all battlegrounds:......
  • Obama's advantage grows, on average

     
    by Mark Silva On average, Democrat Barack Obama's advantage over Republican John McCain in national polling stood at 8 percentage points this week. That's up from six points the previous week, Bloomberg News notes in a wrap-up of polls watched......
  • Palin needs Ted Stevens to win

     
    by Peter Brown As bizarre as it may seem, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's presidential ambitions for 2012 hang to a considerable degree on her state's U.S. Senate race, a contest that could be decided this week With about 24,000 votes......