The race for the White House has garnered most of the political news coverage but equally important (and arguably more important) is control of the Senate. Today I’d like to give you a less than crystal clear look at what that looks like. Let’s explore. Continue reading More Than The Presidency
NOTICE: This article was written mid-afternoon on Saturday September 19, 2020. The speculation is obvious and was based on information available at that time.
The Supreme Court announced the passing of Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at 7:28 pm on Friday evening. At 8:51pm Friday evening Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell issues a statement that read in part, “President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate.” Those are the facts. So it’s game on. Continue reading Supreme Speculation
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*
I thought I’d take a one article break from the present and look at the future. The future I want to look at is the way too early shape of the 2022 Senate races. Let’s explore. Continue reading ’22 Here’s Looking At You
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