Leaving aside ideology, the make-up of the Supreme Court and legislative actions over the next two years, there is an argument to be made some Republicans should be hoping Trump loses in November, even if it gives Democrats unified control … Continue reading Should Republicans Be Hoping Trump Loses in November?
If you believe the polling numbers coming out of the battle for the White House and Senate it looks pretty unlikely Republicans will hold any branch of government come January. Poll after poll spit out from non-partisan and partisan pollsters … Continue reading What To Believe: The Polls or Horse Race News?
In 2016, the states of New York and California gave Clinton a 3 million vote advantage in the popular vote. Clinton ended up winning the popular vote by around 2.8 million. Come 2020, those states will contribute millions to Biden’s … Continue reading As Bad As The Polls Are For Trump, They Show Why He Is Tough To Beat
Ever since the Corona-Virus pandemic hit America, much of the average American’s life has changed. In most states you can’t go the gym, dine in, or go to work (hence 22 million unemployment claims since the end of March). In … Continue reading What Is With Trump’s Polling Numbers: Should He Be Worried
On Wednesday, the Sanders camp bowed to the inevitable and suspended its campaign for President. Despite insisting they had a path to the White House, COVID -19 and numerous polls made it clear the path was steep. But, even though … Continue reading The Damage Bernie Did To Biden’s Campaign Is Irreparable
On paper, Bernie Sanders candidacy is a boon to the party. He isn’t going to win the party’s nod and after a brief scare forced the establishment wing to consolidate around good ole’ Joe Biden. Sanders refused to personally attack … Continue reading Bernie Is The Gift Who Keeps On Giving To Republicans
The ad spoke for itself. On Super Bowl Sunday, the Trump campaign debuted its now infamous Criminal Justice Reform ad. The ad focused on Alice Johnson, who was facing life in prison for a nonviolent drug offense, before President Trump … Continue reading Why Trump Is Spending Big On Unusual And Non-Republican Voters
Bernie Sanders, the self described Democratic Socialist and Independent Senator from Vermont, is leading the current pack of Democratic hopefuls for the White House. Gone are party favorites like NJ Senator Corey Booker or California Senator Kamala Harris. Former Vice-President … Continue reading The Parties Are Broken
The year was 2004. A middling approval GOP president was in the midst of a tough reelection and polls had captured Democrats being drawn to an upstart, former Governor from Vermont. Two debates later and Democrats had settled on the … Continue reading The Most Electable Candidate Has A Shoddy Track Record
Over at Politico, John Austin of the Brookings Institution has an interesting theory. A strong economy will not help but actually hinder Trump. You can check out the full article there but at its core the article rests on the … Continue reading A Strong Economy Will Not Be Why Trump Lost