Archive for February 2012
Will Snowe Retirement Give Maine Democrats Rare Congressional Delegation Majority?
Democrats have held a majority of U.S. Senate and U.S. House seats from Maine for just seven out of 79 cycles since the formation of the GOP in the 1850s.Read More
GOP US House Members in Super Tuesday States Withholding Endorsements
Republican U.S. Representatives from Super Tuesday states have endorsed presidential candidates at half the rate (27 percent) of pre-Super Tuesday states (53 percent).Read More
A State Divided: Will Romney or Santorum Reach 40 Percent in Michigan?
Tuesday’s winner could set the all-time state mark for the lowest victory total in a Michigan presidential primary.Read More
CNN Gives Candidates the Most Rope While FOX Has the Tightest Leash at GOP Debates
Santorum Given the Most Airtime at Arizona GOP Debate
Santorum clocks in with the most speaking time for just the second time in 20 debates this cycle.Read More
Bachmann Blasts “Liberal Courts” Over “Injustice” and “Biased” New Map
The congresswoman sends a message to supporters seeking to raise money in light of being out-districted in 2012.Read More
Will New Redistricting Map Bring Minnesota More Competitive US House Races?
History says no: Gopher State elections in redistricting years ending in ‘2’ have been the second least competitive, behind only years ending in ‘6’Read More
Presidents’ Day Special: Small State Blues
A president has been elected from a state with less than 10 electoral votes just four times since 1789.Read More
Will the Glass Ceiling Shatter in Iowa and North Dakota This November?
Will Mitt Romney Win the Battle for the Middle Class?
The former Massachusetts governor has discussed middle class Americans in debates more than all other candidates combined.Read More