Monday, October 29, 2012

Sandy Advances, Campaigns Make Adjustments

Read here and here. The Rmoney campaign canceled some events “out of sensitivity for the millions of Americans in the path of Hurricane Sandy” (yes, I can believe Rmoney canceled events because he was out of sensitivity; that's been evident for days) and the Obama campaign pared back its campaign activities because, um, a president has some, y'know, like, actual duties when a natural disaster strikes America. There is some speculation that Sandy will disrupt actual voting, but there's no way of knowing yet; storms are not in the habit of sending mere humans maps of their planned course. The best forecasts come from the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center (link is to the Sandy page), and that's where I suggest you keep track.

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