It's when there's a political campaign (like a presidential campaign) when, all of a sudden, some piece of shocking (or at least important) information comes out and has the potential of changing a lot of voters' opinions, and making the focus of the campaign shift to that "big news". Because national elections are held in November, October is the month right before the election - and that's when people may bring out "The October Surprise".
by Dr Billy Kidd6 years ago
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney said last week that Obama has a secret agenda for his second term. I'm wondering what that is. Romney did not say. Or is this the old psychological trick of projecting your fault on...
by Ralph Schwartz20 months ago
How will the bombing in New York and New Jersey affect the Presidential campaigning this week?The bombs that exploded in New York City and New Jersey Saturday are from the “same person,” a law enforcement source...
by Grace Marguerite Williams19 months ago
WHAT is Trump doing in this presidential campaign-really? Trump is losing big time,he is being derided by media & key politicians, & he is withering emotionally, not to mention mentally? His...
by Credence22 years ago
Is it fair for Sen. McConnell to say that Obama should not be allowed to name a Scalia successor?I want to see among the hub pages community who clearly falls on one side or the other
by Ralph Deeds7 years ago
This week in Michigan enough Tea Party delegates showed up at a Republican meeting to elect delegates to the party's nominating convention for the election in November to defeat the current Republican party chairman's...
by bradmasterOCcal2 years ago
The presidential campaign is sans issues, so based purely on personality, can you rate them?Can you rate the personality of all the candidates from both parties from highest to lowest, and why you made your...
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