Qorvis’ Chuck Conconi sits down with Ron Faucheux to discuss the presidential debates, and the affect they may have on the presidential election. With only a couple weeks before the election, it is still very much any man’s game.
Qorvis‘ Chuck Conconi sits down with Ron Faucheux to discuss the 2012 election. The presidential race as close to a tie as an election can be as Republicans and Democrats focus on rallying their base and swaying undecided voters with their conventions. Democratic National Convention got off to a fast start with a lot of enthusiasm attendees while the Republican National Convention schedule had to get shuffled last minute to due to hurricane Isaac. The Democrats stand a chance to pick up some house seats, but republicans are likely to hold the majority. However control of the Senate is up for grabs.
David Wessel, Economics Editor of The Wall Street Journal, discusses his new book Red Ink. Mr. Wessel doesn’t seen anything changing any time soon. The presidential campaigns aren’t discussing their actual plan to cut the deficit. To bring the USA out of the red, he sees cuts in spending and increasing taxes a requirement.
Bob Cusack, managing editor of The Hill, a congressional newspaper that publishes daily when Congress is in session, with a special focus on business, lobbying and political campaigns, stops by Focus Washington to discuss the Republican candidates, jobs, and the upcoming election.
In ths edition I disscuss the first presidential debate with well-known pollster Dr. Ron Faucheux. Dr. Faucheux was a founder of Campaings and Elections magazine and is well respected around the polling community.