On Wednesday, Mitt Romney’s campaign announced that the former Massachusetts governor would not be attending a presidential forum hosted by Sen. Jim Demint (R-S.C.). A spokesperson for the Romney campaign told the Washington Post More… that Romney would be concentrating most of his efforts on campaigning in New Hampshire.
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Before the memory of the primary elections slips behind us (yes, I know it’s been unforgettable, but still), I wanted to point out the media organ that’s moved off the sidelines to have the second greatest impact on the election.
The Denver Post gets top honors as the most influential More…
We’ve written extensively about many of the races being decided at the Florida polls right now. Tonight, we finally get answers about what it all means. The Florida Independent More… will be offering team coverage of today’s outcomes all evening long. Here’s a primer on the races we’ve got our eye
As the polls open in Florida, political pundits agree that turnout could be the key to determining who walks away with the GOP governor’s nomination:
Arizonans also go to the polls today, but the much anticipated GOP Senate primary race between Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and former Rep. J. D. Hayworth (R-Ariz.) hasn’t materialized into the close contest More… that many, including McCain, feared it might have. One reason it never got dicey for McCain, however,
Now that Rep. Kendrick Meek’s (D-Fl.) poll numbers are improving More… in advance of his Aug. 24 Senate primary, President Obama finally decided that it might be a good time to show him some love. After referring to Meek as “the next Senator from the state of Florida” at the Fontainebleau Hotel
On The Daily Show Thursday night, host Jon Stewart mocked the obsession of cable news to give a primary evening a narrative. Stewart looked at the theme given by cable news networks and political journalists that primaries in Colorado, Connecticut and Georgia were proxy battles for national political figures such as Sarah Palin, President Obama and former President Clinton. More …
In Colorado, Primary Day is tomorrrow. There will be little real exit polling. There will be no real lines at the polls, no real polling place socializing and no New Black Panther polling place intimidation! Why? Because it’s going to be like Oregon: a mostly mail-in election.
Of the state’s More…