Red Voter in a Blue State Part One: Crossing the Lines
Article by Aaron Powers, southcoast247.com correspondent
May 06, 2008
In a year with no incumbent candidate, a GOP nominee that not all are sure of, and two Democrats that seem poised to fight until the end, voters may have a tough time deciding when November rolls around. In a nation largely undecided (as well as this displaced author), it may turn out that reluctant elephants find themselves on a donkey trail and disenchanted donkeys walking trunk in tail with GOP giants. What do the candidates offer across the aisle? In this two part article, Republicans and Democrats will offer up their thoughts and ideas on their candidates and how the voting will turn out come November.
The Grande Old Party: Republicans Weigh In
In an interview with Nathan Pierce, Chairman of the New Bedford Republican Party, southcoast247.com asked Mr. Pierce some questions concerning the upcoming election, and he shared these thoughts on behalf of the party.
To read the entire article please see Red Voter in a Blue State Part One: Crossing the Lines.