Read this article closely. It shows the huge gap between Team Obama and American people. As a result, the poll numbers are looking worse for the Dems even than in 1994, when they were swept out of Congress by the dozens.
This might just go down as the swiftboating of all time. For ES&S voting systems and electronic voting as an industry. Ya gotta love it. Video!
Greene, a 32-year-old unemployed military veteran who lives with his parents, defeated Vic Rawl for the Democratic Senate nomination despite having run essentially no public campaign — no events, no signs, no debates, no website, no fundraising. The
Nathan Daschle is sending out emails, sounding the alarm for DemocratGovernors.org. . What's got Nathan so spooked? A 82-second video called "Remember November." Let's take a look at Nate's trembling missive.
Mickey Kaus, a candidate for the U.S. Senate from California, showed up for a debate with incumbent Barbara Boxer (D-Greece). Boxer continued her dodge of Kaus, so a stand-in for the Senator was utilized. Many in the audience noticed no difference.
Like father, like son - but nothing like the last two governors. Andrew Cuomo, following in the footsteps of dad Mario and two scandal-scarred predecessors, announced his long-expected campaign for governor by promising a crackdown on corruption.
What are Progressives using to fire up their base and fundraise? Let's take a look at this week's fundraising appeals--one from the President himself.
A reliable vote for Nancy Pelosi became the first incumbent to lose his congressional seat Tuesday: Rep. Alan Mollohan lost his 28-year lease on WV's 1st congressional seat. Mollohan was defeated by state Sen. Mike Oliverio in the WV Dem primary ele
What’s the latest things bothering Democrats–including the President? Here’s a sample of what’s ended up in our email over the last few days–most of it used to try and raise money for Democrats and their causes.
f you’re a Democrat living in California and not a member of a government union–not exactly one and the same–you don’t have to pull the lever for Barbara Boxer. Try the common sense approach of a “political gadfly,” as the LA Times describes writer M