Monday, October 20, 2008

Presidential Poll Update


Two weeks to go and Barack Obama continues to lead John McCain in the (un)official, (un)scientific Sullicom Presidential Poll.

We're now up to 76 (how patriotic!) total votes and Obama now holds a 37-24 lead over McCain. That actually represents a slight uptick for Senator McCain who has picked up 6 votes to Sentator Obama's 5 votes in the past week. Perhaps a bump from Joe the Plumber?

The Food Network candidate, Alton Brown, continues to run a distant third. He picked up four votes in the past week, and now sits with 15. I'm still anticipating a late rush of support - maybe absentee ballots - that will if not vault him into the lead, at least make his showing much more respectable.

We've still got 15 days before the election. Plenty of time to change the course of history. Get out there and work the neighborhoods and help bring out the vote!

1 comment:

pete said...

My brother-in-law is one of those fans who never said anything about the Rays until a month ago. I watched them self-destruct last night before the game was called. I'm surprised they actually let it go to six innings. I've never seen baseball played in such bad weather. Personally, I think it would make for a more interesting game.