In April of this year, Republicans pulled off a major upset when conservative Judge Brian Hagedorn defeated liberal Judge Lisa Neubauer. The win represented a stunning success for the party after losing every statewide race last November and the prior … Continue reading What Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Contest Means For 2020
Yesterday, Ross Perot, the self-made billioniare and 1992 Independent Presidential candidate passed away from luekemia at the age of 89. Perot, known for speaking from the hip and galvanizing a passionate following, trumpeted issues Trump ran and won on almost … Continue reading Did Perot Cost HW Reelection?
Talk to any Democrat running and they are excited about their party’s electoral prospects this fall. They lead by seven points on the generic ballot and a number of polls have found a generic Democrat or preferred candidate leading/tying the … Continue reading Democrats Have A Real Primary Problem
Thursday, Republicans held an at large seat in Montana. Republican Greg Gianforte, defeated Democrat Rob Quist by about 7 percent. Now the caveats before I hit the main points of this piece; every election is unique, so are the candidates … Continue reading Neither Party Recognizes The Significance of Montana
Tomorrow, Republicans and Democrats will turn out to elect current HHS Secretary Tom Price’s successor in Congress. The 6th district of Georgia, which takes in parts of DeKalb, Fulton and Cobb counties, is based in the most affluent suburbs north … Continue reading What To Expect From GA-6’s Special Election Tomorrow
Congressional Republicans heading home to their districts might be doing so with their tails tucked firmly between their legs but the Donald Trump and Senate Republicans certainly are not. Donald Trump is coming off a week where he showed resolve … Continue reading Trump and Republicans Prep For Second Supreme Court Showdown