The better part of two years is several lifetimes in American politics but I want to take a look at what the Senate races will look like in 2022. Let’s explore. Continue reading An Opportunity?
Everything is running a little late in 2020. Despite the fact that it is July it is still Supreme Court watching time with several important decisions still to be announced. The Court has sent a few largely ignored signals and added to them last week. Let’s explore. Continue reading Don’t Count On This Court
Today’s article is one of those political operative perspective articles I love to write. As such it, like a poll, has the constraint of being a snapshot in time. Additionally it was written several days ahead of publishing in order to accommodate a personal commitment. Those two shortcomings not withstanding I think it will be well worth your time. Let’s explore. Continue reading 11 To Get 3, 4 or 5*
The rumors looked believable for the past few days but it became official Monday morning; Montana Governor Steve Bullock is a candidate for the United States Senate seat in Montana. This is both a good thing and a big deal. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Steve Bullock
What do you get when you put together a conservative Republican operative and a progressive Democratic political junkie in a sort of collaboration, seasoned with clichés? The answer is the roadmap for a big Democratic win in 2020 and this article. I’ll explain. Let’s explore. Continue reading Clichés, Collaboration And Strategy