These first early voting numbers for LA-SEN are maybe *too* good for us.
Courtesy of the indispensable AOSHQDD comes the first early voting numbers for Louisiana’s Senate runoff numbers, and if the trends hold they’re gruesome for Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA). The summary: about 136,000 people did early/absentee voting as of 11/25/2014. 72% of those voters were white, 25% black, the rest ‘other.’ If the numbers found here are accurate, Landrieu got 94% of the black | Read More »
Guide to the Texas Republican Primary Runoff
Check out candidates’ websites and who is endorsing whom.
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One vote counts: Yours
Reports are that Dan Benishek has won the Republican Primary for MI-01 by a single vote. Just one vote in the unofficial count on the Michigan Secretary of State website separates Dr. Benishek from Jason Allen. Benishek was polling well against Allen just one week ago, but the race tightened up as the election loomed. No one suspected this result, however. Few if any elections in | Read More »
Despite having run a bad campaign, underestimating the enemy, surrounding himself with inept campaign staff and raising no money and having no fund raising list to raise money from, Senator Chambliss is still in the game, with a good shot at retaining his Senate seat..But the wall of money about to descend on GA is going to be unbelievable. Jim Martin, [Edited Out by Erick | Read More »