Tuesday was a a good night for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and establishment Republicans. It was also a good night for the future leader of the House GOP and establishment Republicans in general. In West Virginia, coal magnate and … Continue reading Republicans Breathe Sigh of Relief After Tuesday
Today, Republicans will decide key Senate primaries in two crucial states; Indiana and West Virginia. Both states are represented by vulnerable red-state Democrats and Republicans are increasingly anxious the results of the primaries could determine the fate of their Senate … Continue reading May 8th: The Day The GOP Saved Their Senate Majority?
The Senate map is absolutely brutal for Democrats this year and no blue wave or enthusiasm gap can change this simple fact. Indeed, a new survey taken mere days before the PA-18 shocker shows just how bad things are for … Continue reading Republicans Still Have The Senate No Matter What Happens In The House
If there was one thing that hampered the Tea Party movement in 2010 it was their adherence to anything non-establishment. Their backing of ideological firebrands led to GOP losses in winnable seats (Delaware, Colorado and Nevada being the standouts). As … Continue reading Did Democrats Nominate A Tea Party Look Alike?
Democrats have a problem. No, I am not speaking of their lack of a national bench. Nor the 1,000 plus state legislative seats Republicans have taken from them in the last six years. I am speaking of red-state Democrats blues. … Continue reading Democrats Red State Blues
It’s become an oddity in an era of bitter partisanship. The voter who will vote for a candidate with a D next to his/her name and an R next to his/her name. They’re ticket-splitters and they have become less and … Continue reading The GOP Senate Majority Rests on Ticket Splitting