Campaigning Monday in South Carolina, Cruz said that King's endorsement
is "yet another sign that conservatives continue to unite behind our campaign.
As he says, "The Higher Education Endorsement
Program was created to address the concern that many schools are failing to adequately prepare their students for their lifelong careers.
Every day, more than 10 million LinkedIn users post endorsements
of businesses on that social-networking site.
We are debating whether or not to do a presidential endorsement
this year," said David Averill, the editorial page editor.
The researchers take into account that in the US, newspapers are potentially biased in favour of one of the candidates and found that voters rationally account for the credibility of any endorsement
BAT is the social media extension of BAT's market-leading Endorsement
The new feature is only available as an endorsement
to the Commercial General Liability Policy.
There always will be some voters who don't like the individual making the endorsement
, and those voters will be more likely to vote against the endorsement
rather than for it.
In New York, the form of policy insuring mortgage lenders is the ALTA Loan Policy (6/17/06) with Standard New York Endorsement
Synopsis: While 80% of registered voters are aware of former Secretary of State Colin Powellas endorsement
of Barack Obama for president, only 12% of this attentive group say the endorsement
makes them more likely to vote for Obama, while 4% say it makes them less likely to vote for him.
I work as an EN in a public hospital and completed my EN medication endorsement
course in May 2005.
One pulpit appearance or endorsement
from a pastor can reach thousands in a few minutes.