Obama heading to Wisconsin in rare stumping trip
October 22, 2014
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MADISON, Wis. - President Barack Obama is stopping in Wisconsin next week to help Democrat Mary Burke in her tight race to unseat Republican Gov. Scott Walker, marking a rare campaign-trail stop for the president.
Burke

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Poll: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder up 8 points on Democratic challenger Mark Schauer
By Jonathan Oosting 
on October 22, 2014 
Mlive



LANSING, MI — Michigan Republican Gov. Rick Snyder leads Democratic Mark Schauer by eight percentage points, according to the results of a new statewide poll released with just two weeks to go before the November 4 general election.
The EPIC-MRA survey suggests that 47 percent of voters would pick Snyder if the election were held today, compared to 39 percent for Schauer. Eleven percent of respondents were undecided, and three percent picked third-party candidates.
“Time is running out” for the Schauer campaign, said pollster Bernie Porn.
“But if they can get messages out that connect with voters, they can still move some numbers. Usually undecided voters tend to go with the challenger, and that is a bright spot on the horizon. The other thing to watch is turnout.”
The poll of 600 likely voters, conducted Friday through Sunday, has a margin of error of plus or minus four points.
EPIC-MRA polls have shown momentum for Snyder in recent months. The Lansing based firm had Schauer up by two points in late August, but the governor led by six points in late September and has extended that lead in October.
Other recent polls have suggested a closer race, including a Fox 2 Detroit/Mitchell survey showing Snyder up by just two points. Real Clear Politics, which averages polling numbers, pegs Snyder’s current lead at 4.2 points.
Snyder campaign spokesperson Emily Benavides said new poll shows that the governor’s positive message of private sector job growth, increased investment in education and balanced budgets is resonating with voters.
“Michigan is on the Road to Recovery with Governor Snyder leading the way,” Benavides said.
The Schauer campaign called the latest EPIC-MRA poll “dead wrong” and noted that Snyder has not topped 50 percent in any poll, arguing that undecided voters are more likely to break their way.
“We expect this to be a close race through election day, but Rick Snyder is in an unenviable position of having to defend a failing record with voters who no longer buy what he

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Rubio returns to South Carolina to talk to voters
October 22, 2014
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida gave what sounded a lot like a speech from a presidential candidate during a visit with South Carolina Republicans on Wednesday.
Rubio told reporters afterward that he hasn

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Jeanne Shaheen, Scott Brown clash in New Hampshire

10/22/14 
Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen repeatedly accused GOP challenger Scott Brown of "fear-mongering" and "grandstanding" over immigration, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa during a New Hampshire Senate debate Tuesday night.

Brown, the former Massachusetts senator who moved north to the Granite State, was the first Republican Senate candidate to run ads on the border crisis and, later, ISIL. He was also among the first to call for an Ebola-related travel ban.

Those stances nationalized the race and helped tighten what had been a double-digit Shaheen lead into a neck-and-neck contest. Shaheen, the freshman incumbent, has been forced to run defensive ads on ISIL and shift her position on travel bans.
Asked at the end of an hourlong debate by moderator Chuck Todd to reflect on losing her first Senate race, in 2002, Shaheen mused about "factors beyond your control." Back then, George W. Bush was popular, and the public supported going to war in Iraq. Republicans, she noted, capitalized on concern about what was happening in the world.
"We

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Sen. Tim Scott calls for added border security

October 22, 2014
A “porous” southern border is not just an illegal immigration issue, but should be considered a threat to national security, U.S. Sen. Tim Scott told more than 120 Sun City Hilton Head voters Tuesday during a campaign stop.
“National security should be woven into the conversation,” Scott said. “The fact of the matter is, if you can walk across looking for work, then you can walk across looking to do harm.”
The S.C. Republican spoke at length about national security, party politics and fiscal policy after getting a boisterous standing ovation when he arrived at the Sun City Hilton Head pavilion.
Scott is seeking to serve the final two years of a term won by Jim DeMint, who left the Senate in January 2013 to take the helm of the Heritage Foundation. Scott had just won a second term to represent the 1st Congressional District when Gov. Nikki Haley appointed him to DeMint’s seat.
Scott faces a challenge from Richland County Councilwoman Joyce Dickerson, the Democratic nominee, and Jill Bossi of the American Party in the Nov. 4 election.
Scott held a 20-point lead over Dickerson in the latest Winthrop University poll, released earlier this month.
Fielding those questions Tuesday at Sun City, Scott tackled several topics:
• Immigration: Scott supports adding more border patrol agents, installing more fences and improving surveillance to cut down on those crossing illegally. He also supports changes to the work visa program to better police those who stay past their visa’s expiration.
• National security: Scott says border security is an integral part of national security. He also supports expanding the military. Tapping more U.S. oil could also disrupt the cashflow to terrorist organizations, such as ISIL, he added.
“Take a look at the world as it is, not as you want it to be, and be prepared to defend it,” he said. “If we don’t, it’ll be on our doorstep.”
• Washington politics: Scott said he has found allies on both sides of the aisle, such as Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., on school choice programs and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J. He added that Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-Spartanburg, is his closest partner on Capitol Hill.
On Tuesday, Scott stood by his call to the Obama administration to place a travel ban on those coming to the U.S. from countries experiencing Ebola outbreaks. Screenings are a start, but a ban would strengthen those protections, he said.
“We need to have a panoramic perspective to make sure that we have as much good health in America as possible,” Scott said.
Dickerson has told The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette that she would support similar visa reforms, but that she would not support an Ebola travel ban. Attempts to reach Dickerson on Tuesday were unsuccessful.
Bossi has written on her website she would support comprehensive immigration reform, calling more fences and patrolling of the southern border impractical. She also has lambasted the political establishment and both parties on her blog for “collusion and corruption in our political process.”

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