Thursday, October 28, 2004


There have been two new polls that indicate that Wisconsin is swinging back to Kerry. An American Research Group poll out today has Kerry up by 1 and Zogby's daily tracking poll there went from Bush up two on Monday, to Kerry up 2 on Tuesday to Kerry up 4 on Wednesday, 50-46. (Gore won the state in 2000 by just over 5,000 votes or less than 1%). As a result of these polls, and have thrown the state back into Kerry's column. Assuming Kerry wins Ohio, which looks likely, Wisconsin is a must hold state for Kerry now that Iowa looks to be trending Bush. There's a Kerry rally today in Madison with Bruce Springsteen to help shore up support there. Watch a live newsfeed of the event HERE.

Slate has an interesting article about what the Republicans are doing right and what the Democrats may be doing wrong this year. With an optimistic perspective, Fletcher Christian reminds us that "Wisconsin and Iowa haven’t voted for a Republican for president since 1984. These states voted for Clinton twice, they even voted for Dukakis. When it comes down to it, I think they’ll be there for Kerry, too."


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