On Monday night I watched Rachel Maddow interview former Republican Representative Liz Cheney. On Tuesday morning I awoke to email teasers on my phone about Cheney toying with the idea of running for president in 2024. It’s not what I had planned to write about for today’s publishing but it’s Tuesday afternoon and I can’t get this out of my mind. Continue reading About Liz
I’m the somewhat rare Baby Boomer who will tell younger people they have it much harder than I did. That is simply the truth. I also have great hope for what my grandchildren’s (mainly today’s young adults) generation is capable of. Keep those two sentiments in mind as you continue to read this piece.
It may not be the biggest political story of the week just passed; but it is certainly the biggest of the yet very young 2024 campaign season. As today’s title indicates, I’m wondering if I’m overestimating the electorate.
I thought closing out November with a “sweeping” was as good a way as any, so here we go.
It’s rather bold of me to make predictions over 11 months out from an election. More than one prime minister has lost a snap election he called because the political climate can change so rapidly. Also, no election turns on a single factor. (Many among us are still debating what happened in America’s 2016 election.) That said I think I have one major factor for 2024 figured out: turnout; and it’s more complicated than normal.