Archive for September 2015
What Are Richard Blumenthal’s Reelection Odds?
Even with a strong GOP U.S. Senate challenger, a win by the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee at the top of the ticket should seal the deal for a second Blumenthal term.Read More
Phil Scott and a Brief History of Gubernatorial Campaigns by Vermont Lieutenant Governors
Twenty-one sitting or ex-LGs in Vermont won gubernatorial elections from the 1830s through the 1950s but just two since.Read More
Will Dave Reichert Make a Historic Run in Washington’s 2016 Gubernatorial Race?
No sitting US Representative has ever won a gubernatorial election in Washington – and just two have tried.Read More
Republicans and Democrats Have Record Presidential Winning Streaks in 36 States
Three-dozen states across all regions of the country are in the midst of their longest ever Democratic or GOP winning streaks in presidential elections.Read More
Keith Ellison: Lower the Voting Age to 16
The five-term DFL congressman from Minneapolis calls again for a measure to increase the number of voters in America.Read More