2016 Presidential Election
Mummers, the Philly Phanatic, and several hundred city boosters gathered outside the hotel to cheer as a bus carrying members of the DNC site selection committee pulled up.
If the presidential election were held today, survey responses indicate Hillary Clinton would lose to Rand Paul, 46 to 43 percent, but she’d edge out Chris Christie.
Dr. Nickolaos Linardopoulos, a crisis communications expert at Rutgers University, labels Christie’s handling of the situation “brilliant” up to this point.
Gov. Chris Christie on Thursday apologized to his constituents and said he was “embarrassed and humiliated” by his staff but had no idea his aides may have closed highway lanes to exact political retribution.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
Even though no one has officially declared his or her candidacy, pollsters are still posing the question.
Christie has always had a mixed record on the subject of gay marriage, at one time urging that a statewide voter referendum should decide the issue.
Chris discusses Temple University’s new luxury dorm rooms, President Obama hosting the 1972 Miami Dolphins, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s endorsement Steve Lonegan for Senate. He talks to Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine, and the Piazza Pet of the Week.
The Quinnipiac University poll indicates that, if the election were held today, Clinton would beat either of two possible Republican challengers, Jeb Bush and Rand Paul, by eight points.
Chris remembers Actor Larry Hagman, who died over the weekend and previews tonight’s Eagles/Panthers game and debates whether a woman should’ve been fired for posting offensive pictures on Facebook. He also talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein about the fiscal cliff on this week’s Monday Morning Matchup.