Tactics and Strategy: 2014 and Beyond

    Tactics and Strategy: 2014 and Beyond

    *Promoted from the Diaries – Aaron* What some people confuse when it comes to talk about strategy and tactics is that they are two different things. At the simplest level, tactics are the building blocks of the strategy. Strategy is the goal, tactics are how you get there. The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is currently focusing only on tactics that get a Republican majority | Read More »

    Tactics and Strategy: 2014 and Beyond

    Tactics and Strategy: 2014 and Beyond

    *Promoted from the Diaries – Aaron* What some people confuse when it comes to talk about strategy and tactics is that they are two different things. At the simplest level, tactics are the building blocks of the strategy. Strategy is the goal, tactics are how you get there. The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is currently focusing only on tactics that get a Republican majority | Read More »

    Four Steps to Senate Control in 2014

    For the third consecutive election cycle, the Republican Party is yet again poised to take control of the Senate. Of course, we said that in 2010 and 2012. In 2014, things may be somewhat different. Coupled with the likely retention of GOP control of the House, this is yet again a unique opportunity which Harry Reid has, coincidentally, made it easier for Republicans to thwart | Read More »

    Landrieu will embrace Obamacare

    U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) is going all-in on Obamacare, it seems: “The Affordable Care Act is going to be better than the old system, which was that less and less people had insurance. Less and less people could buy insurance,” Landrieu said. “There were less and less companies offering insurance. People couldn’t get insurance because they had cancer or pre-existing conditions, pregnancy was deemed | Read More »

    Senate Elections 2014, PLEASE COMMENT

    Here on Red State, I have been reading many comments about the Senate Elections in 2014.  There seems to be the same indignation and disgust regarding the direction of our government now as there was back during the 2010 elections.  Both elections are off year elections.   Everyone should understand this year we need important victories to gain control of the Legislature.  One thing that | Read More »

    South Dakota 2014 Senate Race Update

    Today Former South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds announced his candidacy to run for the Senate seat currently held by Democrat Senator Tim Johnson. Tim Johnson, in response to this announcement, has also declared his intention to run for reelection as well. The race of the two Tim’s  South Dakota Senate seat is now underway. Gov Rounds is still a very popular figure in the state. | Read More »