Among Religious Unaffiliated, President Obama Leads Mitt Romney By 38 Points

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image showing 2012 US Election in scriptIn a Pew Survey taken on September 16th, the Religious Unaffiliated registered voters supported President Obama over Mitt Romney 65% to 27%. The full survey has Obama leading by 9 points with less than two months remaining until election day.
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Are Voter Registration Purges Coming To Ohio?

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image of Your Vote Counts - Maybe buttonThere have been recent stories of voter registration purges in Texas and Florida. A story appearing in the pro-Kasich newspaper The Columbus Dispatch may suggest that an attempt will be made in Ohio to purge voter rolls. Anyone who cares about their Constitutional rights should be very wary to hear that Ohio wants to remove valid voter registrations from the rolls.
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Violence Brought On By ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Film Brings Out Problematic Reactions

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Silence! I KILL YOU!

An amateur anti-Muslim video posted on YouTube triggered a riot in Egypt and Libya and gave cover to a militant Islamic militia in Libya to murder the US Ambassador to Libya and three other foreign service workers at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11th. There have been problems with reactions both politically and in general to the violence. The last thing we need to do is to censor the Internet or “turn the other cheek”.
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FCC Database Now Shows Local Station Political Ad Buys

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image of a For Sale sign with Democracy at the bottomI discovered today that the local station political ad buy forms the FCC required to be put online and the broadcasters fought, are available to search. The database went online on August 2nd but didn’t have to include any information before that date. But even the short time it has been collecting information there is a lot you can learn from the information if your station is in a battleground state like Ohio. Here is a brief tutorial on how to find information if you want to find it.
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New Romney Ad Claims Ohio Doing Poorly But Don’t Tell Governor Kasich

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Mitt Romney: Don’t look behind the curtain!

Now that the party conventions are over, the meat of the 2012 US Presidential campaign gets underway. Non-stop campaign stops in battle ground states and wall-to-wall advertisements on TV and radio. Except this week here in Ohio. Ads from the Romney campaign have been few and far between. Since the Democratic Convention ended I’ve seen one ad from a pro-Romney super pac and one Romney ad. Picking up where the GOP left off during their convention, the new Romney ad is less than truthful and contradicts Ohio’s Republican Governor John Kasich.
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