GOEAGolden Eagle (bird species Aquila chrysaetos)
GOEAGovernment Office for European Affairs (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
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"We are delighted to welcome the Goeas brothers Larry and Leo as the first advisors to join the Raymond James employee channel in Hawaii," said Rick Sanchez, West Coast regional director for Raymond James & Associates, in a statement.
''They feel that politicians are giving attention to other people and not them,'' Goeas said.
And at the beginning, pollster Ed Goeas made sure that expectations were low.
Ed Goeas, head of the national Republican polling firm The Tarrance Group, believes even traditional state issues like education will be seen through an "economic prism." He says all his polling at the state and national levels shows that "voters are almost solely focused on the economy." He points out that one of every two voters under age 30 are considered "under-employed" and are asking hard questions of President Obama.
The director, Mervyn de Goeas, was a theater veteran educated in Trinidad and the United States.
"There's a weakness in the African-American community on the immigration issue," because blacks, a traditionally Democratic group, are at odds with Latinos, another Democratic bloc, on how to rewrite laws, said Ed Goeas, president of the Tarrance Group, a Republican-affiliated strategy firm.
The young voters chose Democrats by a 2-to-1 ratio, said Ed Goeas, a prominent Republican pollster based in Alexandria, Va.
In polling done for my organization, Republican pollster Ed Goeas of The Tarrance Group teamed up with Democratic pollster Celinda Lake of Lake Snell Perry Mermin & Associates to test public reaction to the elements of the Secure America bill.
Attendees of AFFI's 2004 Government Action Summit will have the privilege of hearing one of the most respected and successful political survey research and strategy experts, Ed Goeas, during the week that his highly esteemed "Battleground" poll begins to track the Presidential election.
--Republican pollster Ed Goeas in The Washington Times, July 9, 2004
Republican pollster Ed Goeas affirmed that there are many people who do not want to be seen as endorsing a lifestyle inconsistent with their personal values, but at the same time they do not want to be perceived as intolerant.
Previous to Cavanaugh's arrival, the last Hawaii offensive lineman to be drafted was Leo Goeas in 1989.