25 Most Competitive House Races
The guys at RealClearPolitics have made their list (in order) of the 25 most competitive House races. Some basic outlines of the House races: 1) GOP retirements have made this likely to be a good year for DEMs; 2) There are some DEM freshman in heavily GOP seats that the GOP could get back; 3) The Party ID advantage that DEMs have created is helping | Read More »
A quick question for Nancy Boyda (KS-02) and Dennis Moore (KS-03)
Do you think that the Senate Ethics Committee should censure Senator Coburn for delivering babies for free at a private hospital? Assuming that they don’t drop everything and respond right away, Representative Boyda can be reached at:(785) 234-8111(202) 225-6601Fax: (202) 225-7986 Or via email here …and Representative Moore can be reached at:(913) 621-0832(202) 225-2865FAX: (202) 225-2807Or via email here Note that neither of them will | Read More »
Great news: financial update on Kansas races (2nd, 3rd, Senate).
As the second quarter comes to a end, some of the financial reports for candidates have become public. And the news was tremondous for Republicans, and more importantly, conservatives. I’ll start with the biggest story: 3rd district: The likely challenger to six-term Democratic incumbent Dennis Moore out-raised him, $480,000 to $336,000. Nick Jordan, who still has to win the August 5th primary (though there’s not | Read More »