Sharron Angle planning huge ads buys in next week, needs money to beat Reid!

    Sharron Angle is planning huge ad buys in the next few weeks, the size that you usually buy in late October, not August. But Reid and his liberal allies have buried her under negative ads, so she needs money to fight back. Her team knows that if she does not take control of the race now, Reid will win. Thats why she needs money NOW | Read More »

    The Not-Popular Party

    Much of the behavior of Democratic Senate candidates can be explained by one simple fact: very few of them are going to get 50% of the vote this fall. Even the candidates who have a good chance to win are going to struggle to get to 50%. Let’s take a quick look at the RealClearPolitics polling averages for the 22 Senate races that RCP lists | Read More »

    The Not-Popular Party

    Much of the behavior of Democratic Senate candidates can be explained by one simple fact: very few of them are going to get 50% of the vote this fall. Even the candidates who have a good chance to win are going to struggle to get to 50%. Let’s take a quick look at the RealClearPolitics polling averages for the 22 Senate races that RCP lists | Read More »

    Club for Growth Goes In For Angle, Hits Lowden

    With Danny Tarkanian apparently fading, the June 8 Nevada Senate primary race to face Harry Reid is going to come down to conservative Sharron Angle against moderate, establishment candidate Sue Lowden. Lowden has already kicked up a fuss with the observation that in the days before health insurance, people who lacked money for care – at least in rural areas and small towns – would | Read More »

    Club for Growth Goes In For Angle, Hits Lowden

    With Danny Tarkanian apparently fading, the June 8 Nevada Senate primary race to face Harry Reid is going to come down to conservative Sharron Angle against moderate, establishment candidate Sue Lowden. Lowden has already kicked up a fuss with the observation that in the days before health insurance, people who lacked money for care – at least in rural areas and small towns – would | Read More »