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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jul-19-07 05:49 PM
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9. Obama was closer before anyone even knew what he intended to do as president
Edited on Thu Jul-19-07 05:53 PM by draft_mario_cuomo
From February 27-28: HRC 40%, BO 26%, JE 15%, DK 1%

He seems to be recovering some of his lost ground, though, in polls. Let's see if this is the start of a comeback or a blip on the long campaign radar screen.

As far as why Obama fell in late June in the Faux poll, that happened to him across the board. Why? Memogate and the Rezko stories. That brief period is the only time Obama, the media darling since July of 2004, has received negative coverage in the CMSM and he suffered as a result.
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