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DA Neg Elections Addendum 18

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WNDI 2008
1Elections DA Addendum Neg
Elections DA Addendum Neg
Elections DA Addendum Neg.......................................................................................................1
Elections DA Addendum Neg ........................................................................................................1
Yes Obama....................................................................................................................................3
Yes Obama ......................................................................................................................................3
Link – Bush Credit.......................................................................................................................4
Link – Bush Credit .........................................................................................................................4
Links – Carbon Tax......................................................................................................................5
Links – Carbon Tax .......................................................................................................................5
Links – SBSP................................................................................................................................6
Links – SBSP ..................................................................................................................................6
Links – SBSP................................................................................................................................7
Links – SBSP ..................................................................................................................................7
Links – Ethanol.............................................................................................................................8
Links – Ethanol ..............................................................................................................................8
Links – Hemp...............................................................................................................................9
Links – Hemp .................................................................................................................................9
Links – RPS................................................................................................................................10
Links – RPS ..................................................................................................................................10
Links - OTEC.............................................................................................................................11
Links - OTEC ...............................................................................................................................11
Links – Nuclear Power...............................................................................................................12
Links – Nuclear Power ................................................................................................................12
Links – PHEVs...........................................................................................................................13
Links – PHEVs .............................................................................................................................13
Internals – Energy Policy Key....................................................................................................14
Internals – Energy Policy Key ....................................................................................................14
Internals – Environmental Policy key........................................................................................15
Internals Environmental Policy key ........................................................................................15
McCain Bad – Economy ............................................................................................................16
McCain Bad – Economy .............................................................................................................16
McCain Bad – Economy ............................................................................................................17
McCain Bad – Economy .............................................................................................................17
 
WNDI 2008
2Elections DA Addendum Neg
McCain Bad – Roe ....................................................................................................................18
McCain Bad – Roe ......................................................................................................................18
McCain
Drilling .....................................................................................................................19
McCain
Drilling ......................................................................................................................19
 
WNDI 2008
3Elections DA Addendum Neg
 Yes Obama
Majority thinks Obama will win, but race is close
Agence
France-Presse
,
7/25/2008
, “Most Americans see Obama win – poll”, News.com.au,http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,24075777-23109,00.html
A MAJORITY Americans believe
Democratic candidate Barack 
Obama will win thepresidential election against
Republican hopeful John
McCain
in November 
, accordingto a Fox News poll
.
While 51 per cent say
Senator 
Obama
, who is vying to become thefirst African-American president,
will win
the election,
only 27 per cent are betting on
Senator 
McCain
, today's poll says.
Voters registered as Democrats are more confident
about their candidate's chances than their Republican peers,
71 per cent of Democrats see
Senator 
Obama winning
on November 4
while 51 per cent of Republicans believe
Senator 
McCain will win
. One in four Republicans think Senator Obama, a senator fromIllinois, will succeed George W. Bush. A month ago, 47 per cent of Americans believedthat Senator Obama, 46, would win the election compared to 32 per cent for Senator McCain, a 71-year-old Arizona senator.
Even though many Americans are predicting anObama victory, the race remains tight. In a head-to-head match-up, Senator Obamaleads McCain 41 to 40 per cent among registered voters, the poll showed.
If Libertarian candidate Bob Barr and independent hopeful Ralph Nader are added, Senator Obama leads Senator McCain by 40 to 37 per cent. If Senator Obama chooses former Democratic nomination rival Hillary Clinton as his running mate and Senator McCain picks former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, a former Republican candidate, theDemocratic ticket leads 48 to 39 per cent. The survey was conducted on July 22-23 among900 voters. The margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.

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