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Polls suggest GOP Senate takeover.

A slew of new CBS News/NYT/YouGov polls of Senate races suggest a growing likelihood the GOP reclaims the Senate in elections this fall. Let’s inspect the polling data and methodology of those polls first before examining the results. 828 more words


Michelle Nunn Leaks the Truth

National Review has obtained and reported on internal campaign documents in regards to Michelle Nunn’s Georgia Senate bid. Read those documents here.


John Foust's Campaign Run Entirely By PACs

Yesterday the Washington Post noted that the day is coming that campaigns could be run entirely by Super PACs. Sure, it was a critical review of the McDaniel race down in Mississippi, but the WaPo editors don’t have to go far to find a PAC run campaign – there’s one right here in their backyard. 421 more words

2014 Elections

Consular Corner: July 2014

By Justin Kimmons-Gilbert, U.S. Consulate, Auckland.

Time to Vote! In this month’s Consular Corner we’ll cover:

  1. A fun joke.
  2. Which elections will take place 2014?
  3. 860 more words
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Will These Governors Survive the Midterm Elections?

By Nick Blazer, Manager, Social Media Services and the 2014 Elections Project

It has been a little over a month since the last round of gubernatorial primary elections and some of the biggest question marks in 2014 are finally reaching the primary election milestone this year. 2,471 more words

State Politics

Persuading poor people to vote against their economic interests is how the GOP wins. It's scary how good they are at it...

The One Number That Will Decide This Year’s Election

For the past decade, the working-class vote has determined whether the country swung toward Democrats or Republicans. 666 more words

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Tuesday Reads

Good Morning!

The state of America’s democratic experiment really worries me these days.  It seems so railroaded by the interests of the very few.   I’m not sure if you got a… 2,979 more words

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