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FOX News
Apr 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
president to lose a bid for re-election? in the past 40 years, gerald ford, jimmy carter, george h. w. bush have all lost their reelect bids. but, richard nixon, ronald reagan, bill clinton and george bush were reelected, we learned something from those elections, and we also find out, that in order for barack obama to get a second term, he has to win in certain districts, win a few key states and win over voters of special interest and specific demographic groups and then has to convince americans to he's both likable and competent. an election involving incumbent is ultimately a referendum on the incumbent and the republican doesn't have to win, he just has to make sure that the democrat loses. how could president obama keep from being a one term president? well he has to keep a solid lead with women which democrats typically do, but, his lead is not as solid as it was four years ago. he currently trails mitt romney in polls as to what would be best to handle the economy which is the main issue concerning voters. and, key states he won four years ago, now appear to be likely stat
FOX News
Apr 22, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, gerald ford, jimmy carter, george h.w. bush whose their reelection bids, but bill clinton, ronald reagan and george w. bush were reelected we found out that in order for barack obama to get a second term, he has to win in certain districts and win over voters of special interest in specific demographic roots, and convince americans he's likeable and competent. it's ultimately a referendum on the incumbent and the republican doesn't have to win, he just has to make sure that the democrat loses. how could president obama kaep from being a one-term president? well, he's got to keep a solid lead with women, which democrats typically do, but his lead is not as solid as troises four years ago. he currently trails mitt romney in polls as to who would be best to handle the economy, which is the main issue concerning voters. and in key states that he won four years ago, now appear to be likely states that he could lose this time. such as indiana, florida, ohio, iowa, nevada, virginia, and north carolina. by the way, that's where he's going to travel for his coronation-- i mean, nomination
CSPAN
May 12, 2012 8:20pm EDT
relationships between the american presidents from truman and hoover, to george h. w. bush and bill clinton, sunday at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a". >> up next, a discussion about the 2012 election strategy, tactics, and issues. coralroot sat down with joe trippi. -- karl rove sat down with joe trippi. this is one hour and 20 minutes. >> we are delighted you are all here. we hope to do this three or four times during the year. it is great to have you all here for an interesting inaugural event. we have got two experts here -- karl rove, the star of stage and screen. before that, a deputy white house chief of staff and architect who -- architect of two winning presidential campaigns and also the architect of the revival of the republican party in texas. joe trippi is his sometimes debater on television. he is a noted democratic strategist, one of the elevators in the use of the internet and social media in political campaigns. also the man who helped to bring our being up close to winning the democratic nomination. >> arizona, new mexico. >> he was one shot away from the presidency. he hel
CSPAN
May 12, 2012 11:20pm EDT
relationships of the american presidents from truman and hoover to george w. bush and bill clinton. sunday at 8:00 p.m. on c-span 2 "q&a." monday, the bipartisan policy center holds a four looking at the next round of talks with iran. speakers include former ambassador dennis ross and former undersecretary of state nicholas burns. you can watch it live starting at 10:00 a.m. eastern here on c- span. >> up next, a discussion about the 2012 election strategy, tactics and issues. republican political strategist karl rove sat down with democratic campaign advisor at a forum hosted by "the wall street journal" editorial. this year's presidential election could come down to the state of virginia. from the waldorf-astoria, this is one hour 20 minutes. >> good morning, ladies and gentlemen. my name is paul gigot. i'm delighted to welcome you all to the inaugural event of the communal defense series. we're delighted you're all here. we hope to do this on occasion three or four times during the year. it is great to have you all here and to turn out for an interesting inaugural event amid the presidenti
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)