Steve Forbes has just endorsed Rand Paul for Senate. Rand Paul is the son of famous libertarian icon and former presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul (R TX-14). The Kentucky Senate race is shaping up to be the most interesting of 2010. This may not be the closest or most important race, but it could definitely become [...]
|By: Jon Walker Thursday January 7, 2010 4:39 pm|
|By: Marisa McNee Friday July 31, 2009 12:04 pm|
Here’s a round-up of the latest action in Minnesota, Oklahoma, Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Texas, New Mexico, Montana, Maryland and Delaware.
|By: Cliff Schecter Wednesday June 18, 2008 12:39 pm|
A new Rasmussen Reports poll from Maine showing Sen. Susan Collins up on Rep. Tom Allen 49%-42%. Allen has cut a 16 point lead in half and has knocked Collins below the 50% mark for the first time. I guess it turns out that being a senator from a blue state while fast-tracking President Bush’s Iraq policy, trade policy and Alitoesque judges is not a good thing.
|By: Cliff Schecter Tuesday May 27, 2008 6:21 am|
Wow. That is all I can say. This election season will get really, really nasty. Because if Republicans don’t go seriously negative, or something else doesn’t happen to change the dynamics of this cycle, the GOP is in for an epic fall.On the heels of Democratic House wins in crimson districts in Louisiana and Mississippi, and polls show Sen.
|By: Cliff Schecter Tuesday May 20, 2008 12:24 pm|
Oregon, as you may know, is a mail-in ballot. Which means, according to PPP, Obama may have already won. He was polling at 59% yesterday, with 74% of respondents in. Interesting stuff in the brave new world of mail-in ballots.Meanwhile, in Kentucky, as state where the Eastern half has very similar demographics to those of West Virginia, Sen.
|By: Cliff Schecter Saturday May 17, 2008 10:10 am|
ARG conducted two polls over the past few days and found Obama with a small lead in Oregon, 50% to 45%, and Clinton with a West Virginia like 65% to 29% lead in Kentucky. For more information and analysis, go here.