McCain and Palin fired up their base, but they’ll need to attract independents and some Democrats to win.
In his speech Thursday he must knit the party together – and reach out to independents.
Conservative thinkers and political historians think the GOP could be at the end of its historic 40-year grasp on power.
With his lead over McCain in the polls now gone, the Democratic nominee must woo independents.
Some managers come up with creative tactics to offset the effects of a sagging economy.
But in 2004, Bush got only 2 points; Kerry, 0.