Saturday, November 3, 2012
In light of the upcoming election we want to know what voters do when they receive campaign literature in the mail. Do you read it or toss it?
With the Nov. 6 election coming up in less than a week, it appears as though politicial flyers are being mailed to homes in a rush to influence voters. The accompanying photo shows five campaign cards that arrived in the mailbox of one local home in just one day! In light of the upcoming election we want to know what voters do when they receive campaign literature in the mail. Do you read it or toss it? We're inviting you to participate in our poll below. If you answer that you "sometimes" read campaign literature, let us know in the comments section what makes you decide to read literature from one campaign and not another!
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Gov. Mitt Romney will speak at the St. Petersburg Pier Friday at 5:45 p.m. The public will be admitted to the outdoor event starting at 3:30 p.m.
For the second time this year, Gov. Mitt Romney will be making a campaign stop in St. Petersburg. On Friday evening, Romney will be speaking at the St. Petersburg Pier Park, 550 2nd Ave. NE St. Where to Park for Romney's St. Pete Rally How to get Tickets for Romney's St. Pete Rally Security Measures Announced for Romney Rally What Time To Arrive at Romney Rally in St. Petersburg
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
It's a popular question this election season. What's your answer?
Monday, September 10, 2012
Politicians on both sides of the aisle are asking constituents whether they are better off now than they were four years ago. We want to know what the Tampa Bay area thinks.
It’s a simple question being asked all over America by Democrats and Republicans alike: Are you better off than you were four years ago? Although seemingly simple, the answer to the question is likely to have a big impact when people go to the polls in November. After all, the answer to the question is deeply personal and is likely to prove rather motivating for voters. To justify their stances on various issues, politicians on both sides of the aisle have stated their own answers to this question. Democrats say it’s getting better or is better. Republicans point to elevated unemployment numbers, high foreclosure rates and record numbers of people on food stamps and other forms of government assistance when answering this question with a …