Posted on July 2, 2012 by Politisite
The first presidential tracking poll with likely voters (LV) following the Supreme Court Decision shows show Mitt Romney with a slight lead over President Obama. This poll also has four percent going to a third party candidate with five percent undecided .
Rasmussen continues to be the most accurate Presidential tracking poll based on final results of the last two elections.
The Real Clear Politics Average has President Obama leading by 3.4% which is in the Margin of error of most polls listed.
via Latest Political Polls – 2012 President – Romney 46%, Obama 44%, Other 4% | Politisite.
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Posted on August 30, 2011 by Politisite
In several of the most important areas of constitutional law, Thomas has emerged as an intellectual leader of the Supreme Court. Since the arrival of Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., in 2005, and Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr., in 2006, the Court has moved to the right when it comes to the free-speech rights of corporations, the rights of gun owners, and, potentially, the powers of the federal government; in each of these areas, the majority has followed where Thomas has been leading for a decade or more. Rarely has a Supreme Court Justice enjoyed such broad or significant vindication.
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Posted on April 8, 2011 by Politisite
Officials in Waukesha County on Thursday said a final review of paperwork and other records from this week’s closely watched Wisconsin Supreme Court election had uncovered thousands of uncounted votes, a potentially stunning development that could upend the contest.Unofficial returns on Wednesday had given the union-backed challenger in the race, JoAnne Kloppenburg, a narrow 204-vote statewide lead over Republican David Prosser. But late Thursday, the county clerk in Waukesha, a Republican stronghold, said workers had found 7,582 votes uncounted votes for Prosser.Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said she would hold a press conference at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the discovery.Reporting by Jeff Mayers; writing by James B. Kelleher; editing by Tim Gaynor
via Sorry Left – Wisconsin Supreme court race jolted by 7500 uncounted Ballots | Politisite.
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