As Election Day kicks off, Republicans continue to lead in Colorado in early voting.
About 1.94 million of Colorado's 2.7 million active voters have cast their ballots by mail or in person at an early-voting location, according to the latest figures from the secretary of state.
The party breakdown of those who have already voted is: Republicans, 698,620; Democrats, 663,282; and unaffiliated voters, 560,512.
Polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Nate had this as a 80% Obama state..Are we in trouble?
The New York Times Saturday posted an article titled, "Beck Acts as a Bridge Between Romney and Evangelical Christians."
In 2009, Mr. Romney called Mr. Beck “my friend and a statesman in his own right”
So what great advice or virtue could Beck bring to the Romney camp? That after the fold.
I found this article on PolitiFact Rhode Island. Seems Doreen Costa,a Republican and a member of the Tea Party thinks it would.
I have long held the belief that drug testing would cost more than it saved. Let's look at Rhode Island, the smallest state in the union, to find some insight.
Congress got a payroll tax deal. The white House got a victory. Workers got the gold mine and the unemployed and poor got the shaft.