View Poll Results: What is your Political Affiliation?
Registered Democrat 35 53.85%
Registered Republican 16 24.62%
Registered Independent 6 9.23%
Unregistered; Votes don't count anyway 2 3.08%
Ineligible to vote but I still care 6 9.23%
Earthlings! Back to the Twilight Zone where I rule 0 0%
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2008 Presidential Candidates

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Dec. 9-11, 2005. Only Democrats and Democratic leaners nationwide who are registered to vote. MoE ± 5. .
"Next, I'm going to read a list of people who may be running in the Democratic primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Democratic nomination for president in the year 2008, or if you would support someone else. Indiana Senator Evan Bayh; Delaware Senator Joe Biden; New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton; Former North Carolina senator John Edwards; Massachusetts Senator John Kerry; New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson; Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack; Virginia Governor Mark Warner." Names rotated

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%
Hillary Rodham Clinton 43
John Edwards 14
John Kerry 14
Joe Biden 8
Mark Warner 3
Bill Richardson 3
Evan Bayh 1
Tom Vilsack 1
Someone else 1
None (vol.) 4
All/Any (vol.) 1
Unsure 7
CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Dec. 9-11, 2005. Only Republicans and Republican leaners nationwide who are registered to vote. MoE ± 5.
"Next, I'm going to read a list of people who may be running in the Republican primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Republican nomination for president in the year 2008, or if you would support someone else. Virginia Senator George Allen; Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour; Tennessee Senator Bill Frist; Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani; Arizona Senator John McCain; Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney." Names rotated

%
Rudy Giuliani 30
John McCain 22
Condoleezza Rice 18
George Allen 7
Bill Frist 3
Haley Barbour 2
Mitt Romney 2
Someone else 3
None (vol.) 3
Unsure 10
I've never heard of some of these people. Look how split the republicans are. And look how many democrats chose Hillary!

Ohura, do you know how many people were polled?
"It is wrong to use moral means to preserve immoral ends." MLK, Jr.

Password= urban
I've never heard of some of these people. Look how split the republicans are. And look how many democrats chose Hillary!

Ohura, do you know how many people were polled?
Originally Posted by urbancurl
It was 446 democrats and 405 republicans.

CNN/Gallup reported a new General Election poll yesterday. It was in the papers and on the news. I will try to bring in those results too.
Ok, thanks.
"It is wrong to use moral means to preserve immoral ends." MLK, Jr.

Password= urban
I really hope that the democrats will not pick Hillary Clinton to run. While thats a nice idea I don't think the country would vote her president any more than they would a minority candidate. Our country is just too close minded for that.

And if they didn't choose such a liberal candidate, John Kerry I believe that we would have a democrat president right now.
I really hope that the democrats will not pick Hillary Clinton to run. While thats a nice idea I don't think the country would vote her president any more than they would a minority candidate. Our country is just too close minded for that.

And if they didn't choose such a liberal candidate, John Kerry I believe that we would have a democrat president right now.
Originally Posted by tgreyz
If you think Hillary can't win and Kerry is too liberal, who do you think could pass for a reasonable democratic nominee?

I sort of understand what you are saying because I feel the same way about Rudy Guiliani. He is completely inexperienced compared to even the least experienced contemporaneous pres (GW) and character-wise he is lacking on too many fronts. However, I do think that people like Mc-Cain or Hagel are reasonable choices.
I would love it if Jimmy C-arter ran in 08. He is eligible to run again and my respect for the man just keeps growing with time. Don't dismiss the idea so easily. :P

I doubt he would want to run again but if only he would...
I like Jimmy Carter too! Have you heard anything about him running!? Or are you just feeling love for him? I think he came out with a new book recently.

I'd be happy with Kucinich though, from what I know so far.
"It is wrong to use moral means to preserve immoral ends." MLK, Jr.

Password= urban
I like Jimmy Carter too! Have you heard anything about him running!? Or are you just feeling love for him? I think he came out with a new book recently.
Originally Posted by urbancurl
Gurl, I am just loving him right now!

I think that he has learned very much since his term and could really be what this country needs. Frankness and honesty are rarely seen in politics but I guess he can afford to do both since he has nothing to lose but I do think that he would be as open and honest as humanly possible in a---wishful thinking---second term.
my snowballs chance vote is for

republican Trent Lott versus democrat Barbara Boxer

i will think more seriously and see if i can chose opponents that actually have a chance
republican Trent Lott versus democrat Barbara Boxer
Originally Posted by disneylove
keep hope alive
republican Trent Lott versus democrat Barbara Boxer
Originally Posted by disneylove
keep hope alive
Originally Posted by ohura
how about these?

i really like lindsey graham of sc (he served on the clinton impeachment committee) for the republican party. for the democrat party joe lieberman would be good.
republican Trent Lott versus democrat Barbara Boxer
Originally Posted by disneylove
keep hope alive
Originally Posted by ohura
how about these?

i really like lindsey graham of sc (he served on the clinton impeachment committee) for the republican party. for the democrat party joe lieberman would be good.
Originally Posted by disneylove
I think L.G. is setting himself up for 2012 but he is increasing his national profile every chance he gets so he may test the waters in '08 just to get more name recognition. Right now he is pretty much only known to Clinton haters.
Add Russ Feingold to the list of '08 wannabes.

Do a better job of covering your stinky aliass.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - And the winner is Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
The climax of a three-day gathering of Republican activists from 37 states came Saturday evening in Memphis as Frist won an early test of strength for 2008 GOP presidential contenders.

Frist won 36.9 percent of the 1,427 ballots cast here by delegates to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference.

The shocker of the evening was that Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney placed second, besting far better-known rivals Arizona Sen. John McCain and Virginia Sen. George Allen. Romney finished with 14 percent of the vote.

Third place was shared by Allen and President Bush, each of whom won 10.3 percent of the ballots cast. Bush, who of course is not eligible to run again for president, was the write-in candidate that McCain was pushing through the weekend.

The results of the GOP straw poll were announced live at 9pm Eastern Time on MSNBC’s Hardball.

"We're excited about the grassroots being here. We're excited about the energy," said Frist spokeswoman Amy Call, who then started high-fiving with other Frist aides.

Romney spoke to the Memphis gathering on Friday afternoon – the first of the contenders to address the gathering.

Nancy French, who said she writes political humor for a living and organized the Romney volunteer effort in Tennessee, told reporters that she and other volunteers had spent three weeks preparing for the Memphis event. “If we had twice that, we could have taken the whole thing,” an exuberant French told reporters.

Asked if she – like Romney – was a Mormon, French said, “No, I’m a Presbyterian. Everybody keeps coming over to me and saying, ‘Way to go, Sister French,’ and I’m – like – ‘thanks.’ I feel like I don’t know what to say.”

She said the Romney campaign had not called her to work on the Memphis event and that she and her husband had organized their own pro-Romney volunteer effort.

Meanwhile on Saturday in Livingston County, Mich., a fast-growing exurban county near Detroit, Romney won a straw poll of GOP activists, according to Michigan Republican Party chairman Saul Anuzis who was in Memphis.

He told reporters that Romney had won 25 percent of the vote, McCain 18 percent, and Allen 17.5 percent. He estimated that about 400 people had taken part in the Michigan straw poll.

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