U.S. registered voters are evenly split about whether they would back President Barack Obama for re-election in 2012 (45%) or “the Republican Party’s candidate” (45%). This is similar to the results for the same question when it was asked a … Continued
Monthly Archives: February 2011
The Republican Governors Association will name Chris Christie to be its new policy vice chairman today, giving the RGA another popular, media-friendly spokesman to help lead opposition to the Obama administration and promote conservative governance in the states. Christie’s role … Continued
President Obama has signaled a renewed willingness to saddle our future generations with debt by accusing Republicans of being soft on defense spending. While Defense Secretary Gates has previously indicated that massive spending cuts in his department would hamper our … Continued
Ford O’Connell’s response to ‘Will Obama, Hill GOP ‘give a little bit’?’ – The Arena | POLITICO.COM It’s not just House Republicans who find President Obama’s budget to be weak tea. Even the Washington Post editorial page opines that the … Continued
CivicForumPAC Chairman Ford O’Connell discusses the 2012 Presidential elections during CPAC with Peter Voegeli, US Correspondent for Swiss National Public Radio.
At a time Republicans should be gathering an army to beat President Barack Obama in 21 months, they are at odds about what it takes to actually win a battleground state like Colorado, which leans no way and is unpredictable … Continued
CivicForumPAC Chairman Ford O’Connell discusses the 2012 Presidential Elections with Jyllands-Postens (Denmark) Washington Correspondent Jorgen Ullerup.
CivicForumPAC Chairman Ford O’Connell appeared on Swiss TV (SF) at CPAC 2011 to discuss the 2012 Presidential Elections.
American politics is one long argument about what government should or shouldn’t be doing, and how it should or shouldn’t be doing it. It’s rare that we step back, take in the larger picture and ask what it is doing. … Continued
In 2008 Barack Obama won nine states and one electoral vote giving Congressional district that had gone to George W. Bush in 2004. We’ve now polled every single one of those over the last three months except for Indiana, where … Continued