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Friday, March 9, 2007
posted by Justin Hart | 9:38 AM | permalink
It is a fast and furious task to keep up the campaigns as the primary engines churn and the full-court press for good people, good donations, and good endorsements heats up.

Big stories with this update: John McCain takes the slight edge on congressional endorsements, Mitt Romney holds his lead on state specific and current/former elected officials. But Rudy is an enigma to me. My sources tell me his financing is going swimmingly but the local organizations are either still maturing or just not public. Granted he seems a bit late to the game. If you have any updates in this regard please pass them on.

The following chart includes federal, state or local current or former elected officials
Mitt Romney, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani on endorsements


The following chart includes state specific leaders, including former or current local officials, party officials, and state activists.
Mitt Romney, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani on endorsements


The following chart includes members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate
Mitt Romney, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani on endorsements


The following chart includes all previous categories including finance-specific endorsements, other activists, and RNC members.
Mitt Romney, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani on endorsements

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3 Comments:


Yet another poll is here:
http://www.yournextpresident.net/

By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 10, 2007 at 11:27 AM  


I am rooting strongly for Mitt Romney.

I was so angry at the Republicans after they elected pro-amnesty backer Mel Martinez to be Republcan party chairman that I was beginning to start a call for a third party. Then I saw that Mitt could beat McCain and Giuliani after he won the CPAC poll after he gave that awesome speech there.

I have turned my main page into a 'Mitt Romney for president' page and my blog into one that is pro-Romney.

Mitt Romney is a breath of fresh air and a true leader.



The endorsements for Romney are rolling in all over the nation on a daily basis....and while the liberal media chooses to exploit polls which are unfavorable to Romney's campaign, there are plenty more out there that show him not only tied with McCain, but in the lead! Thanks for continuing to shed light on the facts!

Romney 37, McCain 34 (Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby)

Rasmussen: Romney 38, McCain 38

By Anonymous Californians for Romney, at February 3, 2008 at 5:48 PM  



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