Monday, October 27, 2008

Presidential Poll - The Home Stretch


There's only one week left to vote in the (un)official, (un)scientific Sullicom Presidential Poll.

Nine votes were registered in the past week and Sen. Barack Obama picked up five of them to slightly increase his lead over Sen. John McCain, who picked up the other four tallies. The margin now stands at 41-29. That gives Obama 48% of the 85 votes, a 14% lead over McCain.

The Food Network's Alton Brown failed to pick up any support this week and is stuck at 15 total votes.

I anticipate that the two candidates, along with their vice presidential running mates Joe Biden and Sarah Palin, will be running hard this last full week before the real deal on Nov. 4. Listen to what they say and evaluate how it matches with your own positions on the issues. Then get your butts up and out next Tuesday and cast the votes that really count!

1 comment:

pete said...

I voted for Alton Brown, but I'm thinking now that his future lies as a cabinet member. He could be the new Domestic BBQ Adviser, running around the country in search of the best BBQ. Well, I'd have a BBQ adviser if I were president. I mean really, it's a no-brainer, right?