PODCAST: Preview of Third Obama-McCain Debate, Electoral College Projections, Voter Trends, Strategy and More

By 2008Central.net | Related entries in Barack, Biden, Debates, Florida, Jobs, McCain, Media, Memes, Palin, Romney

In this podcast we offer a preview of the third and final presidential debate between Obama and McCain as well as an overview of the state of the campaign. We also discuss our most recent election projection and the polling trends during the last week.

Additionally, we criticize both campaigns on their respective weaknesses and offer some unsolicited advice for improvement.

And much more…

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Feel free to email us (mail at 2008central dot net) questions/suggestions for our next podcast (you can also email an audio file of your question and we’ll include it in the podcast).


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