McCain supporters seem to be winning today's sign wars, but it's early.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) - He may be in second place in most national polls, but Sen. John McCain appears to be in first place in the early banner battle here in Manchester.
I eyeballed more campaign signs and banners for the Arizona Republican than any other candidate as I made the drive from downtown Manchester to the debate site at Saint Anselm College.
It’s early though, and the sign wars could change as the day goes on.
One other note, I witnessed more signs around Manchester for the Democrats on Sunday than I’ve seen for the Republicans today. That could be real live evidence out on the streets of what the polls show, that Democratic voters are much more energized than their GOP counterparts.
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– CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser
That's because he has millions of illegal aliens and terrorists to wave those banners for him; thus the benefit of cheap labor I guess.
He is only ahead because illegals have not overrun Manchester....yet
RON PAUL in 2008 doesn't need the most signs to win. His message is clear and pure, unlike McCain who has flip-flopped his way around Washington for decades.
When would USA start having a real foreign policy instead of being a bully with no sense!
New Hampshire must not have a problem with illegal immigration if they have many McCain signs. Even Arizonians seem to be having a problem with McCain on the illegal immigration issue.