It’s all about the ground game in final weeks of campaigning

October 10, 2008

As White House hopefuls Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama make their final pitches to voters as the Nov. 4 election draws near, the two campaigns are putting the finishing touches on their ground games to identify supporters and get them to the polls.

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If anyone votes for McCain/Palin after Palin was found to be guilty of abusing her power, is showing they don’t care about our country.

Posted by Dave | Report as abusive

Sarah Palin has not been found guilty of anything. She has more executive experience than anyone on either ticket.

Posted by C Walker | Report as abusive

Actually she HAS been found guilty of abusing her powers. You need to do some research. She wasn’t found guilty of breaking any specific laws, but was found guilty of having abused her powers after becoming Governor.

Posted by Dave | Report as abusive