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*******uselectionnews**** - Listen to this political review from the heartland of America. Well at least someone's heart. Spoken like a true politician.
22 Mar 2011
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BY JENNIFER MECKLES ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy President Obama is expected to make a big announcement -- no surprise here: a run for re-election in 2012. The formal announcement is expected in the next few days-- and sources believe the news will arrive via an electronic notice to his grassroots supporters. Fox News talks about the full plate in front of Obama right now: “The president would suddenly have to juggle the demands of campaigning while dealing with the economy at home and no shortage of hot-spots overseas.” While waiting for the official announcement, media outlets have focused on one BIG element of the 2012 election: money. Who’s raising it, who’s spending it, and who’s got the most of it. The Washington Post says, its going to be tough for Obama to repeat his historic ‘08 fundraising campaign, which brought in nearly $750 million. “The 2012 campaign will lack the combination of factors that animated the 2008 contest: a fresh-faced candidate who could be the first black president; polarizing opponents like Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sarah Palin; and the eagerness of Democrats to end Republican control of the White House.” But even without his original luster, experts agree Obama’s got a knack for fundraising. Experts predict donations will easily hit the millions -- and may even reach the billion dollar mark. ABC’s Political Director Amy Walter says -- that could scare off a few GOP challengers: AMY WALTER: “Some of them say it publicly, that they're afraid... That they’re not going to be able to compete, money-wise, against a president that’s talking about -- or his campaign is talking about -- raising a billion dollars... They don’t want to spend the money, they don’t want to run out of gas, and they don’t want to be a target. When you're the one candidate who has the Republican label on, everybody starts throwing darts at you." But the Wall Street Journal says -- even while dodging darts, Republicans are using this week’s pending announcement to their advantage -- criticizing the president for switching into campaign mode. The paper quotes Republican National Committee Communications Director Sean Spicer. "I'm somewhat amazed that at a time when millions of Americans continue to be out of work, we're facing multiple crises and we're trying to get a deal to keep the government operating, the president has spent more time on figuring out his re-election campaign than he has in addressing the both domestic and international issues." So, once he’s officially on the ballot -- how does Obama win in 2012? MSNBC says -- focus on the new, emerging demographics. This map shows the states where at least minorities make up at least 30 percent of the population. On MSNBC, Jim Geraghty of the National Review tells Chuck Todd - Hispanics are the group to watch. (Video: MSNBC) JIM GERAGHTY: “Hispanics are the ball game, so to speak. This is where its compete, for Republican -- you don’t have to win the Hispanic vote -- you have to do a reasonable amount in the Hispanic vote.” CHUCK TODD: “And what is that? We think its anywhere north of 35.” GERAGHTY: “In that ballpark” Bloomberg reports a late March Quinnipiac University poll says Obama’s job approval rating was at 42 percent. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
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July 19, 2011 (1:55) Facebook makes a push to get in on the 2012 presidential campaigns, focusing on what many call an "untapped" Republican field.
19 Jul 2011
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July 18, 2011 (2:35) 2012 candidates released campaign finance reports on Friday, giving a look at who’s ahead.
19 Jul 2011
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July 19, 2011(1:55) Facebook makes a push to get in on the 2012 presidential campaigns, focusing on what many call an "untapped" Republican field.
20 Jul 2011
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August 9, 2011(2:00) California becomes the largest state to join the push to award electoral college votes to whomever wins the national popular vote.
10 Aug 2011
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Ever had sex or a drink? verified immigration status of your gardener? You may not be fit to be president! ‪*******MalcolmOutLoud.TV‬
2 Dec 2011
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TJ Walker says that the Romney Campaign media strategy is failing and this shows they feel they need to do something different. Up to now, their campaign strategy was to limit media interviews. The problem with this strategy is that when you do face the media, a person or company is almost always defensive because the media is asking "what are you avoiding or hiding?
8 Dec 2011
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How would a debate between Ron Paul and Barack Obama be different than a debate between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama?
4 Jan 2012
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Now is your chance to pick the running mate for Codeious! Check out his crazy blonde campaign manager as she works the press and goes out on the campaign trail. www.youtube****/Codeious www.twitter****/Codeious www.Facebook****/Codeious
6 Jan 2012
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A rant about media and politics.
10 Jan 2012
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The Morning After brings you 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Katherine Heigl's possible return to Grey's Anatomy, the premiere of Archer, upcoming movie releases, and the best of the Southern Republican Presidential Debate.
20 Jan 2012
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Today we talk about Miley Cyrus loving her cake, Honey Badgers, and the State of the Union Address from last night!
28 Jan 2012
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