Possible "Photo Finish" in South Carolina?

The State newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina has released new poll numbers showing a very tight race between Sen. John McCain and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. Here are the details: McCain and Mike Huckabee are neck and neck heading into Saturday’s Republican primary in South Carolina, where the outcome could hinge on a bloc of undecided evangelical voters, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll. The survey, …

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Michigan Voters – mixed turnout

Good morning everybody …. The headlines around the state so far today are mixed regarding turnout. Some report light, some normal, some “brisk”. “Projections” from the experts are that about 20% of registered voters will turn out today (I find that personally disgusting … people complain about government but they don’t vote). The expectation is that many democrats will stay home which will lower turnout. Anybody using …

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A letter from Bishop Keith Butler

A Message to Michigan Voters  Huckabee Supporters, I just wanted to take this moment to encourage you to go to the polls Tuesday, January 15th in support of Governor Mike Huckabee.  Michigan is an important state in the Presidential nominating calendar, and you can play a key role by voting and encouraging others to do the same.I truly believe that Governor Huckabee is the best choice to lead our …

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Welcome to Michigan …

Here’s a quick look at two news articles today from the state of Michigan. Both are about events today for two Presidential candidates. From the Flint Journal: An overflow crowd of 1,300 fans at the Birch Run Expo Center furiously snapped pictures, waved red and blue pompoms, chanted “We like Mike” and fluttered signs reading “Michigan for Huckabee” just days before the state primary election on Tuesday. …

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The Huckabee Campaign in Michigan – The Detroit News

This just in: Huckabee begins Michigan push High-profile backer’s 8-city swing may be followed by TV ads, visit by candidate late in week. Mark Hornbeck / Detroit News Lansing Bureau Republican Mike Huckabee‘s late-starting Michigan campaign begins in earnest this week with an eight-city swing by a high-profile supporter, possibly followed by TV advertising and an appearance by the candidate himself late in the week. Huckabee’s loose …

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