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Reader Polls Feedback for: January 15, through January 24, 2008

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Nevada enters the presidential race today with the Democratic debate being held, January 15, 2008. On January 19, Nevada will hold the Democratic Caucus. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . if the presidential election was held today, who would you vote for and why? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I think I would vote for Huckabee.  He seems to be the only one you can trust.  Trust in politics, I hope whoever wins because the first honest president and works for the people that gets them elected, not the fat cats that lined their pockets.   Darin F.  IL

Barak Obama.  The only non-politician in the race.  steve jackson  lake worth / fl

I dont care who wins as long as it is not Hilary.  Do not get me wrong, I am a woman and I just dont think the world is ready for her as a president.  Gloria L.  NY

mitt romney because he had some tough financial turnarounds in companies to work miracles for. if he has that much knowledge to get those brink of disaster companies back on their feet and in the black ink, i'm willing to let him have a go of making the usa the sovereign power and financial leader it was. heck, i'd be willing to let my 22 month old grandson run this country if he could lead us back to being the greatest nation known to mankind that we once were. we need a miracle!   deborah k. soule  sheridan michigan

I would vote for Hillary Clinton. I firmly believe that there is validity to the two for one speculation. Bill Clinton, allthough indiscreet with his social life and fidelity, was in actuality a decent president. His involvement and influence with the new president will strengthen her effectiveness with foreign policy. Her relationships with foreign dignitaries will be enhanced by his council. It is time to break the taboos and move forward to protect this country.  ralph gann  rock hill, sc

I would vote for only Rudy Guliani, or John McCain. Neither Hillary nor Obama are any where near the right people to do the job.  K Wells  Vicksburg,Ms

Who is running? Seems that Hillary did better in the polls before her x-president husband came on the scene. Seems everyone wanted to see him and I think it stole her limelight. If she were to become madam president, does that make him the first(lady)excuse me, gentleman. I wonder if she will put Monica on her cabinet? I think I will vote for Romney. I think the democrats need to put Hillary and Obama as running mates and see how it goes. Good luck Demis. Collins, Iowa

Hillary Clinton....I think she is the only one worth voting for. I do not care for any of the other canidates from either party   Nancy  Marion,Ohio

I would vote for Hilary Clinton. She hss the experience of the white house since she was first lady, advocacy for children and families and has been a national leader on homeland security and national security issues.  Lise Bedard  Quebec  Canada

Hillary clinton. Feel she's experienced, qualified, and has a proven track record.  Joan Greenber  Carlsbad, CA

I would vote for Hillary Clinton, I believe its time to put a woman in the White House and gets things moving in a different direction other than what the current Bush house has done, I think she is the best choice for president given her past and present experience in politics and her knowledge of politics as wife of former president, she has experience wisdom, character, and the leadership skills that are needed and she also has her husband who has experience and can offer his help.  Debra Berki  Lorain, OH

I feel the selection is very light in quality, regardless of what party.  Seeing as how I have to pick one, I would go with Huckabee.  Hilary is way to manipulating for me, McCain is to scary for me, so maybe it is time to either go with  a real unknown, that is how I get my selection.   Don W.  AZ


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