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Election 2016 Presidential Polls - Real Clear Politics
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The 2016 Presidential primary schedule is currently
The dates below are subject to change as states and parties make their final decisions regarding which day to hold their primary or caucus. We shall update this list as changes are made.
Date (all 2016)
Monday, February 1 Iowa caucus (Dem) Tuesday, February 2 Iowa caucus (GOP) Tuesday, February 9 New Hampshire Saturday, February 20 South Carolina Tuesday, February 23 Nevada caucus
Tuesday, March 1
Saturday, March 5 Louisiana Tuesday, March 8 Hawaii caucus (GOP)
Sunday, March 13 Puerto Rico (GOP) Tuesday, March 15 Ohio
Tuesday, March 22 Arizona
Saturday, March 26 Hawaii caucus (Dems)
Tuesday, April 5
Wisconsin Tuesday, April 26 Connecticut
Tuesday, May 3 Indiana Tuesday, May 10 Nebraska
Tuesday, May 17 Kentucky
Sunday, June 5 Puerto Rico (Dem) Tuesday, June 7 California
Tuesday, June 14 Washington, DC States with no firm dates:
(Some states may be listed with tentative dates)
You are invited
to attend the Republican Women of Hall meeting on Saturday morning in Gainesville. We are privileged to have Jane Robbins in our area to give us her outstanding presentation on COMMON CORE/APUSH .
Next RW of Hall Meeting - August 22, 2015
Jane Robbins to discuss Common Core/APUSH at
Hall County GOP HQ - Time 9 a.m. breakfast - 9:30 meeting.
715 Queen City Parkway, Gainesville... (map)
Read more on our website at www.RWhall.org
Let the Games Begin 2015
Presidential Republican Debates on Fox News
Proposed Hillary Campaign Posters
Thursday - August 6 - Presidential Debates #1
Ben Carson's final remarks were priceless! Click on graphic below.
Above: Just look who got the most time at the debate. No surprise there!
Debates Biggest Winners and Losers - by 23 Political Experts - Politico Magazine
Read very interesting article.
Cartoons of the Day
November 12, 2014
Mr. Perdue Goes to Washington!
From Gwinnett Daily Post:
U.S. Senator-elect David Perdue may not begin his official duties until next year, but will head to Washington, D.C. this week to learn more about the business of being a senator. During new member orientation, senators-elect learn about Senate rules and procedures, set up their offices, elect party leadership and attend various briefings. Perdue is one of 10 new Republican senators who met with presumptive majority leader Sen. Mitch McConnell on Wednesday. Read more
Below is very interesting voting information which should be of interest to you. So proud of David Perdue’s victory over Michelle Nunn Martin. I hear that he is having a ball in Washington D.C. this week. Good luck, David and Bonnie!
From Austin Chambers
Thank you to everyone who joined us on our #TeamPerdue update call on Monday night. I wanted to email a follow up of the recap numbers we discussed. Thank you for everything you did to help our campaign achieve victory on November 4th. Please let me know if you need anything moving forward.
Turnout: 2.56 Million
David Vote: 1.355 Million (Projected Model Goal: 1.362 Million)
Nunn Vote: 1.15 Million (Only 47K more than Roy Barnes in 2010)
David won 126 Counties
Nunn won 33 Counties
David outperformed Romney's 2012 results percentage wise in 80 counties.
3 Counties that went for Obama in 2012 flipped to Perdue in 2014.
Highest Turnout Percentage: Fayette County at 61%
Highest Perdue Percentage: Pierce County at 85%
Highest Perdue Vote County: Cobb County at 118,147 Votes
David received 42% of the hispanic vote.
David won with Absentee, Early and Election Day votes.
56% of Absentees
49.6% of Early Votes
(50.3% of Advanced Votes Overall)
54.5% of Election Day Votes
199,481 Vote Margin Over Nunn
Perdue for U.S. Senate
3110 Maple Drive, Suite 400
Atlanta, GA 30305
November 4, 2014 -- GOP Victory Wave in America!
Now comes the long journey to re-take our country.
Through the eyes of cartoonists - click here
Winning the U.S. Senate was the MOST important task of this Nov. 4, 2014 election.
Georgia did its share by electing David Perdue who ran as an outsider. He had a most compelling platform and gave informative and energizing presentations all across Georgia reaching out to all conservatives. The voters reacted with an overwhelming positive response by electing David and defeating his opponent -- liberal Democrat Michelle Nunn Martin. Perdue won with an impressive 52.94% to Michelle Nunn (D) 45.15%. No runoff!! Many voters favored David saying that they wanted no more career politicians in D.C. or anywhere.
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▪ Analyzing Georgia’s Republican Voter Turnout
by Phil Kent | Nov 6, 2014 - Insider Advantage
As Gov. Nathan Deal, U.S. Sen.-elect David Perdue and all Republican statewide constitutional candidates savor their Nov. 4 election victories, special attention should focus on “the numbers.” A comparison of how metropolitan Atlanta votes compared to the rest of Georgia is instructive. It’s a big, big gap!
In the U.S. Senate race Democrat Michelle Nunn actually carried the 29-county metro Atlanta area (by about 19,000 votes, a barely 1 percent margin), but lost in the rest of the state by a whopping 21 points— 59.5 percent to 38.6 percent. Metro Atlanta accounted for 59 percent of the state’s total vote on Tuesday night. Similarly, Barack Obama got just under 50 percent in metro Atlanta (which had 28 counties in 2012) but only 40 percent in the rest of the state.
Georgia outside metro Atlanta is obviously far more Republican, and politically conservative, than metro Atlanta. Perdue won the same 10 congressional districts by virtually the same healthy majorities as GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney did in 2012. Perdue even tallied his best percentage– 77 percent– in the Gainesville-based 9th Congressional District held by U.S. Rep. Doug Collins.
It is also obvious that many voters who told pollsters they were “undecided” ultimately decided they would vote for Perdue as well as for GOP Gov. Nathan Deal. Interestingly, Nunn’s support among whites (especially white women) dipped in the final days.
▪ Every new GOP senator who won in Nov.4 election campaigned on repealing
Senators Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), David Perdue (R-Ga.), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), James Lankford (R-Okla.), Steve Daines (R-Mont.), Mike Rounds (R-S.D.), Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), and Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) all ran on a platform of repealing Obamacare. Read more
Richard Woods wins GA State School Supeer race !
He comes in as an outsider. Read more in AJC
So happy to have this conservative Republican heading our GA school system! He favors local control of our GA schools and does not favor Common Core. He won big even though teacher organizations endorsed his Democrat opponent. Read more about his vision at http://www.woodsforsuper.com/vision.html
▪ Dr. Ben Carson is the first presidential candidate to announce! RUN, BEN, RUN!