WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) AUGUST 07, 2015 Presidential Candidate Grooming Advice Released In Advance Of First DebatesGroomingLounge.com, the nation’s premier resource for men’s grooming, is releasing helpful personal grooming tips for the Republican Presidential Candidates in advance of the first televised debate on August 6th. As evidenced by “Grooming Lounge’s Election Eyebrow Index,” which has correctly predicted the winning President in 8 out of last 9 elections, a well-groomed appearance can greatly affect public perception. The following pro-bono advice for each candidate is designed to counteract perceived weaknesses, ensure TV-debate success and provide staying power: Jeb Bush – The younger Bush brother’s conservative image is betrayed by unruly hair sprouting from his head, eyebrows, and nose. Bush needs to tame those stragglers if he wants to continue the family dynasty. Grooming Lounge Experts recommend a simple trim/comb tool for brows, a nose trimmer and some hair cream to get Jeb looking dependable and organized. Ben Carson – The retired neurosurgeon might currently be under the media radar, but one change to his appearance is likely to help him go further than forecasted. Grooming Lounge recommends removing that goatee. Americans usually like their Presidents clean-shaven, but we can’t recollect a single Commander in Chief with a goatee. Chris Christie – The New Jersey Governor isn’t shy about expressing his distaste, so Grooming Lounge Experts advise an eyebrow makeover to help the public see a kinder and gentler side. Currently, the candidate’s brows come in low toward inner corner of eyes, creating an ever-present ‘angry face.” Christie also often looks a bit sweaty on stage — and while it may be genetic — sweating may make it appear he’s nervous or has something to hide. We recommend a thorough dousing of Super Powder prior to coming on stage and some cooling wipes for the face. Ted Cruz – The conservative Cuban/Canadian/American Senator’s hair is in desperate need of some thinning out on the sides. Cruz also tends to look a bit greasy on stage, making him look a bit nervous to voters, so an oil control lotion should be incorporated into his skin care regimen. Marco Rubio – Rubio is clearly a guy that pays attention to good grooming, but the downfall to his great appearance is his maybe-too-youthful image. Allowing some gray to come through his hair might add an aura of “wisdom.” Perhaps Marco’s hair is naturally void of gray – and if so — Grooming Lounge Experts recommend growing some facial hair (no goatee), as gray hair hits the beard before the hair. That could give him a more distinguished and experienced look. Mike Huckabee – Huckabee’s biggest issues is with the fine lines and wrinkles on his forehead. Americans don’t want to elect a President that looks stressed out and prematurely aged out before he even starts. A topical treatment should help. Rand Paul –The major distraction with Paul is the tuft of curls on top of his head. These perm-esque curls lack definition and look childish, reminding us that he’s the son of a multiple time loosing candidate. Grooming Lounge suggests a new cut and a clean part to better reflect his experience. John Kasich – The former governor of Ohio’s eyebrows would not be a good indicator of his chances for success. Perhaps the reason he seems to have come out of nowhere, despite also being a candidate in 2000, is that his face lacks character that eyebrows often provide. They seem to start at his pupils and continue without definition to below his smile lines. The Grooming Lounge Experts would love to give his face some much-needed distinction by waxing them into shape and dying them darker. Donald Trump – The Donald’s hair has long been a character in his own story. Many Americans doubt he is truthful about the nature of his hair and may associate that distrust with aspects of his candidacy. Standing next to nine other men whose grooming routines look more presidential, is likely going to put the brakes on this mogul’s momentum. For starters, Grooming Lounge Experts advise getting rid of the comb-over and going with a more executive look. As well, his overgrown eyebrows are as unruly as his recent behavior and could use a trim. Perhaps Anderson Cooper can give him some grooming tips the next time he interviews him. Scott Walker – Walker’s face lacks definition and is just not very memorable. Unless he shapes up his hair and eyebrows, he is likely to get lost in the shuffle. Grooming Lounge Experts suggests a tight, tapered haircut and some styling cream, which will help distinguish Walker. A single application of self-tanner might not hurt either to make him appear a bit healthier (restraint is key.) Follow: @groominglounge ### About Grooming Lounge Grooming Lounge is the country’s premiere destination for upscale men’s grooming products, services and advice. Open 24/7 worldwide at http://www.groominglounge.com, the company also has iconic Barbershop & Spa locations exclusively for men in Washington, DC and Northern, VA, with franchise opportunities open nationwide and its own line of custom-formulated Men’s Grooming Solutions.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — One America News Network, “OAN”, a credible source for 24/7 national and international news, released today its most recent 2016 Republican and Democratic Presidential New Hampshire Poll results conducted by Gravis Marketing. The poll results show that Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders has increased his support to 39%, with Hillary Clinton only 4 percentage points ahead at 43%. The results represent a major surge in the polls for Sanders, landing him within the margin of error away from Clinton. Undeclared Elizabeth Warren received 8% with Joe Biden achieving 6%. Martin O’Malley and Jim Webb both received 2% with Lincoln Chafee not registering a reportable percentage. GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump continues his large lead with 32%, followed by John Kasich at 15% with Chris Christie coming in third at 9%. Rounding out the top five are Ben Carson and Scott Walker, both achieving 8%. Jeb Bush just missed the top five with 7% of the vote from polled Republican participants. According to Robert Herring, Sr., CEO of One America News Network, “Bernie Sanders is surging in New Hampshire and threatening to win this early State. With 14% of the participants voting for two undeclared candidates, we may see a Sanders victory in New Hampshire. Kasich is also gaining in the polls and will be the challenger to watch.” Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1179 registered voters across the U.S. regarding the presidential election. The sample includes 599 Republicans and 475 Democrats. The poll has an overall margin of error of +/- 2.9%, 4.0% for the Republican results and 4.5% for the Democrat results. The total may not equal exactly 100% due to rounding. The polls were conducted on July 31st through August 3rd using interactive voice response, IVR, technology and weighted separately for each population in the question presented. The poll was conducted exclusively for One America News Network. One America News Network has been providing extensive coverage of the 2016 Presidential campaign, including numerous exclusive one-on-one interviews with the leading candidates. One America News Network will be releasing on-going 2016 Presidential polling results, including national Presidential polling results at the end of July. Complete poll results will be posted tomorrow at http://www.oann.com/pollNH About One America News Network (“OAN”) One America News Network offers 21 hours of live news coverage plus two one-hour political talk shows, namely The Daily Ledger and On Point with Tomi Lahren. While other emerging and established cable news networks offer multiple hours of live news coverage, only OAN can claim to consistently provide 21 hours of live coverage every weekday. Third party viewership data for Q2 2015 from Rentrak, namely accumulated viewer hours, shows that OAN surpasses other news channels such as Al Jazeera America, Fusion, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg TV as measured on AT&T U-verse TV, across 65 markets. Since its debut on July 4, 2013, One America News Network has grown its distribution to over 12 million households with carriage by AT&T U-Verse TV (ch 208/1208 in HD), Verizon FiOS TV (ch 116/616 in HD), GCI Cable, Frontier Communications, CenturyLink PRISM TV, Consolidated Communications, Duncan Cable, GVTC and numerous additional video providers. One America News Network operates production studios and news bureaus in California and Washington, DC. For more information on One America News Network, please visit www.OANN.com. For more information, contact: Stephanie Gonzalez – Affiliate Relations Herring Networks, Inc. Phone: 858-270-6900 Stephanie.Gonzalez@oann.com SOURCE One America News Network RELATED LINKS http://www.OANN.com