AZ-02 election results to be FINALLY certified on Tuesday.
I know that this seems to be a long time, but in fairness Republican candidate Martha McSally’s final lead of 161 votes over incumbent Democrat in AZ-02 was well within the parameters to justify both a machine recount and a spot check hand-recount of selected precincts in the District. Reading between the lines… it’s widely if quietly expected that McSally won. To the point where she’s | Read More »
Democrats Showing Flopsweat In Arizona Races
Polls show pretty clearly that there’s at least one part of the Democratic coalition that’s deeply unhappy with the Obama Administration so far: Hispanic voters. Many voted for Barack Obama because they expected he would deliver on immigration reform, economic growth, and cheaper, better health care. With the President now 0-for-3 on their top priorities, it’s clear many are looking around for better options. The | Read More »
2014 Gubernatorial Races, an Early Take- Part 2
Obligatory opening caveat: (1) I don’t comment on threads for the reasons cited by westcoastpatriot; I am computer illiterate. I managed it once, but I will be damned if I know how I did it. (2) The “smear” against Donnelly was no “smear” at all, only the fact that the Democrats will use that incident to paint him as wacky in a supremely pro-gun control | Read More »
Tags: 2014 gubernatorial races
, Brian Sandoval
, Greg Abbott
, jan brewer
, martha mcsally
, New Mexico
, rick perry
, Susana Martinez
RS Interview: Col. Martha McSally (Ret.) (R CAND, AZ-02).
This is an interesting race: the Democrats are faintly desperate to hold onto Gabby Giffords’ old seat in Arizona, to the point where they tried to suggest that a combat pilot and squadron commander was some sort of in-the-kitchen cardboard cutout for the GOP. We had a bit of a chat about that with Col. McSally, and a few other things: …and it actually went | Read More »