Saturday, August 25, 2007

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Independents To Face Off In Debate Monday

Independent presidential candidates Steve Adams, John Bootie, Bob Hargis and Ruth B. White are set to debate tomorrow at 8:00 PM (ET) at

Monday, August 13, 2007

Decision 2008: Can Huckabee win?

One of the quickly moving candidates in polls, Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee has become the most seen likely darkhorse candidate. It is in my opinion Huckabee has a real shot at the Republican Nomination and the White House after Ames. His strength began a month ago when he started leading the other candidates in the 2nd tier in every poll. He started to tie Sen. McCain in polls and we declared him as the leader in deabtes among the 2nd tier. Then he amazed us all at Ames by spending only $90,000 and coming in 2nd. His message got out and he pulled an upset over his main rival Sen. Brownback. Expect polls to start swinging his way with his message you dont need all the money in the world to be president. He seems to be more down to Earth and connects more with voters like when he playe din his band at the straw polls. He connects far more with voters than the top tier. Voters like his appearence and thats what can get him elected. He can get the religous vote which seems not to be supporting the top tier. He is fighting for the social conservative vote and with his win over main rival Sam Brownback he could win theor vote as well. He has said he will surprise many in Iowa and NH. Gingrich says he is an "interesting darkhorse". He is the most likely darkhorse among the GOP. With a 3rd place finish in Iowa he could go far in NH, SC and Super Tuesday. I will conclude with keep your eyes on Huckabee he may surprise you. (Note: This isn't an endorsement)


The 2008 Iowa Straw Poll took place on Saturday, August 13th 2007. Candidates Rudy Giuliani, John McCain and Fred Thompson did not participate. Here are the results of the Straw Poll Votes.

Mitt Romney- 4,516 (32%)
Mike Huckabee- 2,587 (18%)
Sam Brownback- 2,192 (15%)
Tom Tancredo- 1,961 (14%)
Ron Paul- 1,305 (9%)
Tommy Thompson- 1,039 (7%)
Fred Thompson- 203
Rudy Giuliani- 183
Duncan Hunter- 174
John McCain- 101
John Cox- 41

Total Votes- 14,203

Monday, August 6, 2007

Krueger Goes to YouTube

Democrat Karl Krueger is now active on YouTube. Check out his channel

Cort In Iowa

Republican presidential candidate Hugh Cort has had a good campaign trip to Iowa recently, according the most recent email sent out by his campaign.

"We gave a terrific speech to the Iowa Christian Alliance, praise God! One of the Iowa Christians said, 'Dr. Cort, I never heard anyone explain these issues and their solutions so well!' Our photographer, Allison, told me 'Dr. Cort, you really rocked!' (You know that made my day!)" Cort says in his message.

Cort, along with Dr. Paul Williams, will also be giving a counter-terrorism conference this Friday at the Gateway Hotel and Conference Center in Ames, Iowa.

To find out more about Hugh Cort's campaign for the White House, visit

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Republican Party Debate on ABC

It's not been given much attention, in fact I knew nothing about it until I was contacted by the Huckabee Campaign to tune in. ABC will be hosting a Republican Party Presidential Debate on Sunday, August 5th at 9:30 AM EST. To get a full schedule of the Debates for the Republican Party click here.