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FLORIDA: - Bush 45 - Clinton 42 OHIO: Clinton 46 - Paul 41 PENNSYLVANIA: Paul 45 - Clinton 44 It's a safe assumption that the GOP is at least viable in both Florida and Pennsylvania. Why might this be important ? Well, as Quinnipiac notes: The Swing State Poll focuses on Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania because since 1960 no candidate has won the presidential race without taking at least two of these three states. Comment?
Recently, the House Republicans sent an incredibly " CHOOTZ-PAH " filled letter to HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell in which they demanded that she tell them what the HHS Dept's "contingency plan" would be in the event that the Supreme Court ends up doing their bidding by tearing away federal tax credits from up to 7.8 million people this summer. Today, Sec. Burwell responded in the only rational way possible: By pointing out that if they're absolutely determined to destroy the lives of millions of likely voters across 37 states , when it would literally take about 5 minutes for them to "fix" the very issue that they ginned up as the "problem" in the first place, there's not a hell of a lot that she can do to stop them. Comment?
In Quinnipiac University's first swing state poll of 2016, Hillary Clinton is just about deadlocked with Jeb Bush in Florida-where he was a two-term governor from 1999-2007-but beats him comfortably by double digits in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The poll tested Clinton against what might presumably be the three strongest Republican candidates in each state: Bush in Florida, Ohio Gov. John Kasich in Ohio, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in Pennsylvania, which neighbors New Jersey. Comment?
Uh-oh. Some analysts are concerned that President Obama's getting too off-the-rails liberal for mainstream America. Comment?
A jump in support from independent likely voters in the Florida governor's race leaves Democrat Charlie Crist with 43 percent, inches ahead of Republican incumbent Gov. Rick Scott with 40 percent, a ccording to a Quinnipiac University poll released today . Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie has 8 percent, with 9 percent undecided. Comment?
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