Friday, August 31, 2007
1st: Rudy Giuliani (steady) Giuliani leads nationally and more early states areb turning his way but for awhile his campaign has been at a tsnad still with little media coverage while his challengers Romney, Thompson and Huckabee steal the spotlight. Giuliani may be hut by this.
2nd: Mitt Romney (rising) Mitt has nowehere to go, but up since Ames. His surge in Iowa and NH keeps him strong. His polls and fundraising totals are going up and up and a Gallup poll put him 2nd with 16% nationally. Romney really does have a shot at winning the GOP nomination.
3rd: Fred Thompson (falling) His announcement may give him some buzz, but it is our opinion that his chance has come and gone in winning. His polls remain strong but he is losing more and more suport day by day.
4th Tied: Mike Huckabee (rising) Since ames Huckabee has been a spark. He now leads McCain and Thompson in Iowa in 3rd place with 14%. He seems to be the rising star of the party and turned a dime into a doallr with Ames. I say keep an eye on him he may surprise you.
4th Tied: John McCain (falling) His polls now avearge 10% which his 15 point down from June when his decline began. McCain still is considered a major contender, but he really needs to step it up a notch.
6th: Newt Gingrich (falling) Looking to announce in a month's time. Gingrich may put a new story in this ever exciting GOP race, however his baggage will keep him from winning the nomination.
7th: Sam Brownback (steady) Didn't get quite the spot he wanted at Ames, but he still remains the leader of the 2nd tier with Huckabee's accensionto the top tier. Brownback shouldn't go far.
8th: Ron Paul (steady) Such strength in fundraising, on the internet, and among the youth, keeps Paul in this race and should be in it till the bitter ed. he could run for the Libertarian nomination and continue till November if he has to.
9th: Tom Tancredo (steady) He did well at Ames coming in 4th, but he is alrwayd discussing re-election plans instead of presidential plans so you know his campaign is near the end.
10th: Duncan Hunter (falling) Getting ziltch amount of support at Ames and concentrating on his sons's campaign to succed him in congress. The closest Hunter will get to the White House is the tour.
1st: Hillary Clinton (rising) Nothing in my mind tells me that Hillary won't get the nomination, easily. Her national lead is 20+ points and she has gained leads in Iowa and NH. With more steady campaigning Hillary should have this locked up and can begin campaigning in the general.
2nd: Barack Obama (falling) His polls continue to fall and support for him is disappearing every day. Obama gave it a good shot, but he really jsut can't best Hillary's momentum.
3rd: John Edwards (steady) Edwards may be the Democrats only hope at not nominating Hillary. With a win in Iowa he could get a strong finish in NH and possibly win SC giving him strength in the south. It doesn't look as if that will happen as his Iowa polls fall.
4th: Bill Richardson (steady) One of the worse performances a a forum I have evr seen he should have just skipped that Gay forum. Richardson's numbers still remain strong in Iowa and NH so we may actually see him pull something. Look for him to go for veep.
5th: Joe Biden (falling) Biden hasn't recieved any attention and won't for quite some time. Look for him to bow out early and run for re-election.
6th: Chris Dodd: (falling) Dodd remains too far behinfd to catch up. Dodd, Richardson, and Biden are the most experienced Democrats running and none are expected to come close.
7th: Dennis Kucinish (steady) Kucinich's campaign is running just as his 2004 campaign did. He will likely never break the 3% mark.
8th: Mike Gravel (steady) Gravel isn't going anywhere and seems to just be using his campaign so he can be heard.
Friday, August 24, 2007
1st: Ike J. Friday "Friday" (rising) Just off his win of the undefeated Faustus37 in a runoff Friday has picked up speed and zoomed to the #1 highest ranked GOP on u4prez. He is also nearing the 4000 vote mark.
2nd: Anthony Del Pellegrino "Kempite" (steady) One of the most active members onu4prez. Since the start of his show he has picked up steam. he is one of the highest vote getters on u4prez with 8,000 votes. His raw score must be impressive.
3rd: Harold Hedrick "Hedrick" (rising) Hedrick stays in the top 3 in the Republicans among rankings and has recently neared the #1 spot only a view ratings away. He has really picked up steam and gained lost ground because of the other leading candidates early starts on u4prez.
4th: Mike Duminiak "Mduminiak" (steady) Being the U4prez GOP Leader does give him a shot and he has already won a monthly primary qualifying him for the convention.
5th: Tim Austin "Hawk" (falling) Hasn't been to active in u4prez lately but he has collected alot of votes. He is one of the longest candidates on u4prez. 2 primary wins still give him a ticket the the GOP convention.
1st: Lane Startin "Faustus37" (rising) Finally suffering his 1st runoff loss to Friday, a week ago, but still going strong with an unprecendented 3rd monthly primary win. Faustus also has his experience by running for the U.S. House and currently running for Governor of Idaho in the real world.
2nd: Name unknown "Lucky-Num1" (rising) He has been the highest ranked Democrat on u4prez for nearly a month and just started his campaign a month ago and nearely beat Faustus in the Democratic monthly primary. He's moving quickly.
3rd: Katherine Siebert "kt2020" (steady) She was recently selected as the new Democratic U4prez Leader and is quite popular on blogtalkradio. Her work to clean up the u4prez dems has gotten her in the top 3 in the Democrats and many many votes.
4th: Corey P. Cronin "Corkey" (steady) He has been moving quickly in hte past month pn u4prez. He went from below the top 10 to currently the #2 Democrat and has passed the 2000 vote mark. If he gets into a runoff he may be trouble for the other leading candidates.
5th: Nikki Blenkinsopp "Nikkib" (steady) He has recived as many as 2700 votes and remains in the the top 5- top 10. He may have a shot.
1st: Cory Froelich "CoryF" (steady) Recieving nearly 3000 votes and leading the independents in rankings is impressive. This could be enough to win him the nomination but Icababe isn't far behind.
2nd: Barry Davidson "Icababe" (steady) He also ahs recievd nearly 3000 votes and has been in the top 4 rankings and even #1 numerous times. He has lead the race for sometime. It should be close between 3 members.
3rd: Randall Sobien "RSobien" (steady) He has come on strong recently so look for him to do quite well also. he has also remained in the Top 5.
4th: Name Unknown "TheWiz" (steady) The former interim Indyleader may have something to say on u4prez if his supporters really come and support him.
5th: Mike Weinheimer "Maditude (steady) Isn't in the top rankings but has what counts. A primary win under his belt.
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Monday, August 20, 2007
Sunday, August 19, 2007
Saturday, August 18, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
1st: Mitt Romney (steady) Ames Straw Poll win gives him the #1 spot, but when the actual polls come in and Mitt is behing Rudy liek we expect we shall postion him in 3rd. Mitt's straw poll win may be overhudged sine McCain and Rudy weren't in the poll.
2nd: Rudy Giuliani (steady) National polls still lean his way and polls in IA and NH are coming his way, but we still dont expect him to win the nomination.
3rd: Fred Thompson (steady) He wasn't even on the ballot and he got a strong finish at Ames. Southern polls give him strength and the only one that can stop him from sweeping it is Mike Huckabee.
4th: John McCain (steady) McCain still looks to be out of this race, but we still see him taking the nomination. No matter how bad it gets.
5th: Mike Huckabee (steady) Huckabee finished 2nd even after not spending too much money on Ames. This shows his strong support in Iwa and polls show him tied with McCain in Iowa so he may yet have something to say in this race.
1st: Hillary Clinton (rising) Her polls keep going up and up and he expect her now to curise to the nomination. Her other challengers just dont have what it takes to beat her.
2nd: Barack Obama (falling) Obama is falling in polls and SC is now leaning for Hillary. I dont see a way that he can comeback and top Hillary.
3rd: John Edwards (falling) He should start considering vying for veep or in Hillary's cabinet the way his campaign is going.
4th: Bill Richardson (steady) The only Democrat whose polls aren't dropping. He seems to be vying for veep then trying for president.
5th: Joe Biden (steady) He denied that he would seek a position on a Democrat's cabinet and looks to be president. Like we have said he will not be in a cabinet and he will win another term in the senate.
Sunday, August 12, 2007
Friday, August 10, 2007
Thursday, August 09, 2007
(R)Harold Hedrick 79%
(R)Mike Duminiak 10%
(R)Anthony Del Pellegrino 6%
(D)Corey P. Cronin 3%
Pellegrino and Duminiak have both started shows as well so listen to them on blogtalkradio. They are called Into the Breach and Kempite Country.
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
He is our show schedule for the Month of August:
Friday August 10th, 2007 3:00 P.M. Eastern Time: Interview with Presidential candidate Steve Adams and political discussion afterwards.Saturday August 18th, 2007 3:00 P.M. Eastern Time: Independent Presidential Candidates sponsored by this site Politics-Central. Steve Adams and Jon Greenspon are confirmed and Ray McKinney and Bob Hargis are also invited.
Saturday August 25th, 2007 3:00 P.M. Eastern Time: U4prez Presidential Candidates Debate #2: 5-4 u4prez candidates go at it again.
Saturday September 1st, 2007 3:00 P.M. Eastern Time: Politics1.com Show,
A show devoted to Politics1.com bloggers and political debate.
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