Presidential Race Tightening in New Mexico
The presidential race appears to be tightening in New Mexico, where Obama's former lead of 15 points has dwindled to 5 points. Polls have shown that if Romney picks Governor Susana Martinez (R-NM) as his running mate, he has a decent shot at winning the state, not to mention gaining more votes among women and Latinos. Martinez has said she doesn't want the job because she has to care for her elderly father and ill sister, but couldn't Romney could offer to hire a team of registered nurses to take care of them full time?
Today's Presidential Polls
|New Jersey||49%||38%||Jul 09||Jul 15||Quinnipiac U.|
|New Mexico||49%||44%||Jul 13||Jul 16||PPP|
|Virginia||47%||46%||Jul 16||Jul 17||Rasmussen|
Today's Senate Polls
|State||Democrat||D %||Republican||R %||I||I %||Start||End||Pollster|
|New Jersey||Bob Menendez||47%||Joseph Kyrillos||34%||Jul 09||Jul 15||Quinnipiac U.|
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