Martha Roby

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Republican | Challenger | Alabama House candidate Full profile

Compare how Martha Roby uses key words

vs.
uses
days ago

Top This Week

Pelosi

7,8,4,6,6,3,3,1

  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (down 67% from last week)

change

0,0,0,0,0,0,1,1

  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (down 0% from last week)

takeover

0,0,0,2,0,0,0,1

  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (up 100% over last week)

Top Overall

Pelosi

7,8,4,6,6,3,3,1

  • Overall: 108 uses since Aug. 30

Boehner

0,0,0,0,0,6,3,1

  • Overall: 80 uses since Aug. 30

economy

1,1,0,2,2,1,0,0

  • Overall: 8 uses since Aug. 30

Colors correspond to a word's relative popularity in the last 7 days. Words in orange are being used more frequently this week; gray, less frequently. 'Sparkline' graphs plot each word's motion over the last 8 weeks.

Recent uses of words we're tracking

...Washington Post's Chris Cillizza has moved AL-2 up to 27th on his list of the seats most likely to change hands saying: "Rep. Bobby Bright (D) appears to be losing ground to Montgomery Councilor Martha Roby (R)."...

— via Facebook (October 29)

...an Example of Working Across the Aisle - At the WSFA Debate on Monday, Bright called the student loan takeover a highlight of his Democrat majority's acheivements. What do you think?...

— via Facebook (October 27)

...We released our schedule for the Better Way tour. 16 counties. 4 days. A better way to reform Washington. http://ping.fm/USG9r...

— via Twitter (October 26)

...Tour - We released our schedule for the Better Way tour. 16 counties. 4 days. A better way to reform Washington....

— via Facebook (October 26)

...that yet another smear piece was mailed to several homes in Elmore County falsely stating Martha's stance on illegal immigration. If you live outside of Elmore County and received one of these mailers, please call our office 334-239-8660....

— via Facebook (October 23)

...and Jake Sherman - It's simple. If the Democrats maintain their majority, Nancy Pelosi remains Speaker. Vote for a change on November 2....

— via Facebook (October 22)

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