One More Stop In NC

The latest NBC News-Mason Dixon Poll shows North Carolina voters within the margin of error on who they will vote for for president. In the poll taken last week, 49% supported McCain, and 46% supported Obama.

The candidates are vying for the undecided voters. Obama will try to shore up support at a rally in Charlotte Monday afternoon. The McCain campaign has increased advertising to match Obama ad for ad, if not outpace, in battleground states like North Carolina.

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  • by Anonymous on Nov 3, 2008 at 03:09 PM
    Jessie, I don't mean to compare myself to Sarah Palin. I don't want to be anything like her. That's your opionion. I think she's not so smart. When she winks at the camera in the middle of a debate. WOW So, I will be putting my country first and voting for Obama. Oh... I've already voted for Obama.
  • by Jessie Location: Greenville on Nov 3, 2008 at 08:51 AM
    To Anonymous...I would have to disagree that if Sarah Palin could be VP, so could you. Have you ever been a mayor, a governor? What have you done with your life that could possibly compare you to Sarah Palin. I would like to know why you think she is dumb? I think that she is extremely intelligent, she has good experience, and would make a fine VP. Sarah Palin is an inspiration to women. Put your country first and vote for McCain Palin on Nov.4,2008. Let's not just hope for a stronger America, but vote for a Stronger America!
  • by Anonymous on Nov 3, 2008 at 08:05 AM
    Obama Snake Oil. The problem is McCain picked Palin and that's a big problem. She's not smart!!! She might be good a acting for a little while, but dumb!! If she can be VP then so could I. And I'm not ready.
  • by Obama Snake Oil Co Location: Washington on Nov 3, 2008 at 07:35 AM
    I think from all the polls, that McCain will win in NC when all is done. The US, no one will know that until Tuesday night and then for the next months to come. I think that due to the voting issues with ACORN, there will be ballot checking. As stated many times on this blog, we democrats just are not ready for a liberal candidate of Obamas magnitude. Also, I don't appreciate the fact that everytime this guy is questioned on something, the lies seem to flow. Knowing this, what other lies is he holding? Look out brother, I am sure he has a lot in store for the US if elected. If you had an honesty poll, McCain-Palin would be the top, Obama-Biden, the very bottom. I never liked it when Bill Clinton lied to us infront of a camera, I will not like it if Obama did the same. Yet, everytime he is confronted on something like Wright, he denies it or dissassociates himself from the Church. I don't buy it.
  • by GET OUT AND VOTE on Nov 3, 2008 at 06:30 AM
    This is to the young. Prove them wrong. They say most of the time young voters end up not turning out to vote. Get out there tomorrow AND VOTE. Let your voice be heard.
  • by DK Location: Greenville on Nov 3, 2008 at 05:45 AM
    Go McCain! Lets block those gun grabbin democrats.

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