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GOP Wave or History?

9:48 pm Oct. 30, 2010

One of the most difficult things to figure out right now is what to expect on Election Night.  Yes, it will be a headline if the GOP takes over the House and/or Senate.  But as they say, size does matter. Democrats have been saying for weeks that they will be …

To The Wire

9:15 pm Oct. 28, 2010

While the Senate isn’t that difficult to monitor in terms of polling, surveys of House races are rare and always leave you wondering, what am I missing? I asked that yesterday when I thought about GOP targets in the state of Georgia, where recent polls have shown both Rep. Jim …

Senate Election Update

9:11 pm Oct. 28, 2010

After spending the week focused on races for the U.S. House, it’s time to take another spin around the various Senate races that will determine if Democrats hang on to power in that chamber or not next Tuesday. For now, the conventional wisdom in Washington, D.C. is pretty much the …

Obama-Daily Show

7:03 pm Oct. 27, 2010

This is the White House Pool Report from Julie Davis of the Washington Examiner, on President Obama’s interview on the Daily Show. =Sent: Wed Oct 27 18:43:30 2010Subject: Pool Report #1 Daily Show taping This is a rough, as-it-happened psuedo-transcript/rundown: The taping began around 5:30 at the Harman Center for the Arts. Pool …

Early Voting Update

1:49 pm Oct. 27, 2010

The votes continue to roll in from around the country from early voting and absentee ballots.  While we don’t have any results, we do have some clues on what might be happening. The numbers in this blog come from a website run by Dr. Michael McDonald of George Mason University …

The West

1:03 pm Oct. 27, 2010

I will wrap up this four day, state-by-state review of the race for Congress by looking at states out West, where even more seats in the U.S. House are on the line for Democrats. NEW MEXICO – President Obama and Vice President Biden have both traveled to Albuquerque in recent …

Midwest & Great Plains

11:19 pm Oct. 26, 2010

In my third blog preview of next Tuesday’s elections, we move into the Congressional battlefield that is the Midwest and Plains states.  Simply put, this could get ugly for Democrats. In our previous two installments, we have seen how multiple seats could be up for grabs in states like Pennsylvania, …

My Spidey Senses

9:22 pm Oct. 25, 2010

Last week, I was sort of surprised when the Obama Administration announced a series of transportation grants, less than two weeks before the elections.  Yesterday, even more money was rolled out for high speed rail. Now, maybe grant money gets doled out right before elections all the time, and probably …

South-Southeast

9:20 pm Oct. 25, 2010

This is the second installment of my state-by-state look at the battle for the Congress, as we shift to a diverse group of states, from Virginia south to Florida and West to Oklahoma and Texas. Almost every one of these states could be key individual battlegrounds as Republicans try to …

Early Voting Numbers

9:47 pm Oct. 24, 2010

Everyone in the political world is trying to figure out who is going to win on Election Day, so what better to whet your appetite than some data from states about early voting. This material comes from a professor at George Mason University in Virginia who specializes in early voting, …