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Should GOTV canvassers ask voters to give them their completed voters as they

(the canvasser) will turn the ballot in for the voter? This recently happened to a friend of mine. The request from the GOTV canvasser was unsolicited, and it made her very uncomfortable.

I gotta say it. I LOVE JOE BIDEN!!!!

As most Dems and Liberals felt, Obama's lackluster debate performance against wild-eyed Romney was disappointing. I was in no hurry to get to the VP debates. I well recall the Palin/Biden debates, and Palin's craziness stole the show there. So, I hadn't many great expectations for Joe. A friend told me that she read that Biden is known as one of the best debaters on Capitol Hill. I was skeptical.

Biden was nothing less than AWE-INSPIRING. Every time I wanted someone to call Ryan on a lie or for perpetuating failed economic policies, Joe was there smiling, laughing, banging on the table, throwing his hands up. When Joe asked the American people who they trusted with their medicare, I trusted Joe. When Raddatz tried to accuse the administration of misusing the role of the Commander and Chief, Joe took her to task. He explained that the Obama's decision-making had the backing of the military command.

I trust Joe. I'm certain millions more Americans trust Joe and Obama after that performance. Middle-class Americans need an Administration that is passionate about preserving all that we've worked for, and Joe proved that he's passionate about us.

New WI Poll has Romney trailing Obama by 2 points.

http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/new-poll-shows-obamas-lead-in-wisconsin-down-to-two-points-s874q1f-172980361.html

President Barack Obama's lead in Wisconsin has narrowed to 2 points over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the latest Public Policy Poll released Saturday.

Obama led by 49% to 47% in the survey of 979 likely Wisconsin voters. The poll was conducted Thursday through Saturday and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

Two weeks ago, PPP showed Obama leading Romney by 52% to 45%.

"Mitt Romney's received a significant bounce in Wisconsin after his big victory in the debate on Wednesday," said Dean Debnam, president of Public Policy Polling. "The big question now is whether the renewed closeness of the race will be permanent or just temporary."
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