Date: Tue Oct 17 2000 - 21:19:44 PDT
In a message dated 10/17/00 12:33:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com
<< According to the nonpartisan Centre for Responsive Politics, as of Sept.
1, Bush reported receiving $972,199 in
contributions from the industry, nearly twice as much as Gore, $448,554.
just checked out a post-debate aol poll - bush has almost 46k supporters
giving him an "A" in tonight's debate while gore has almost 10k giving him
the same. aol being skewed heavily toward male voters, i guess, who support
bush with over 60% of their numbers. that's what i think you're seeing in
financial contributions from THE industry, but adjusting for an industry that
is over 90% male, bush's support should be about $5MM. comparing rationally
gore is getting more support from males in THE industry than he gets from the
interestingly, when i cast my poll vote the screen said "it seems you've
already voted" when i hadn't, so maybe there's a glitch. :-I
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