NV Sen: Reid-Angle Race Remains Tight as Democrats Struggle with Projected Low Turnout

By: Thursday October 7, 2010 7:00 am

Reid could win the race if only he could somehow get the Democratic-leaning voters to turn out. That is not going to be easy. With massively high unemployment, the electorate is unhappy with the job Reid has done. There is also the problem of the large, traditionally Democratic-leaning Hispanic community being upset about Democrats’ failure to deliver on their promise to deal with immigration reform. If Reid does end up winning this race, it will probably have a fair amount to do with a very well executed GOTV operation.


MO Sen: Carnahan, Blunt Effectively Tied; Missourians Still Hate the Individual Mandate

By: Friday August 27, 2010 1:35 pm

I guess the idea of the government forcing you to buy a product from one of the most disliked industries in American just isn’t popular–who could have possibly guessed?

Litmus Test for Democrats: Here’s $700 Billion, Should We Gamble It on Wall Street or Invest in Main Street?

By: Thursday August 19, 2010 2:33 pm

Yet another foolish Democrat, this time Missouri Senate candidate, Robin Carnahan, thinks we should extend the Bush tax cuts for the richest Americans, because “now is not a good time for raising taxes.” Are they truly that clueless about what the choices are?

BP Oil Spill Washes Up On Roy Blunt in Missouri

By: Friday May 21, 2010 3:50 pm

Even before the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, oil has been an issue in the race between Democrat Robin Carnahan and Republican Roy Blunt to replace the retiring Kit Bond in the US Senate. With the spill, things have gotten so bad for Blunt that he’s having to turn on his old pals in Big Oil. Awwwwww . . .

Democrats in the House Flee Obama over Health Care

By: Monday March 15, 2010 1:15 pm

Today, Dennis Kucinich appeared at a rally with President Obama in Cleveland, despite the fact that the White House sent MoveOn to picket and threaten him if he honors his pledge and votes against the health care bill with no public option.

But that’s more than you can say for freshman Congressman John Boccieri, a military veteran who is on the GOP’s target list for the fall. He suddenly had to go to a dog-and-pony show in his district and watch a check being presented for a runway extension at a local airport and couldn’t appear with the President.

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