To win the November elections, we know we need to have more people voting for Democrats than Republicans. And to make that happen, we need to have more people registered to vote who are likely to vote Democratic. It’s simple… Read More ›
Gerrymandering: Is the Tide Turning?
The Republicans have been able to win far more seats, at both the congressional and state level, than the partisan vote totals would suggest because of their successful gerrymandering effort. The Democrats have fought back in a variety of ways… Read More ›
Are There Any Safe GOP Seats in 2018?
There is a lot of time between now and the November 2018 midterm elections. That said, I read an interesting article that is making me wonder what a safe seat looks like, at least in Congress, in 2018. In Politico’s… Read More ›
Why Isn’t the GOP Talking about the Tax Law?
I find it rather odd that today, on Tax Day of all days, the Republicans aren’t talking about their landmark, and let’s face it, only major legislation they’ve passed since controlling the entire federal government. After all, they’ve said time… Read More ›
How Mueller Figures in the 2018 Midterms
Political campaigns plot out their messaging strategies far in advance, but need to be ready to respond to relevant news as it happens. For the 2018 Midterms, what will or won’t happen with the Mueller investigation during the campaign season… Read More ›