Another Week, Another Weak Set of Polls for House Democrats

By: Wednesday October 13, 2010 7:13 pm

The Hill is out with another set of House polls of likely voters from Penn Schoen Berland. This time, it is a poll of open seats, and, again, it is generally very bad news for Democrats. The Hill Penn Schoen Berland (10/2-7) Tennessee 8 D: Roy Herron, 37% R: Stephen Fincher, 47% Washington 3 D: [...]

Primary Night Liveblog – Part Three

By: Tuesday June 8, 2010 10:30 pm

Tonight is one of the biggest election nights this cycle with primaries in 11 states and one special election in Georgia. For a full list of poll closing times look here, and for a summary of what to watch for tonight, look here. You can find a live update of election results on Politico. You [...]

Primary Night Liveblog – Part One

By: Tuesday June 8, 2010 6:57 pm

Tonight is one of the biggest election nights this cycle with primaries in 11 states in one special election in Georgia. Polls have closed in Virginia and South Carolina. Polls will close in Arkansas at 7:30pm CDT. That is the location of the big show tonight the fight between Bill Halter and Blanche Lincoln. For [...]

Senate at Stake: The Three Big Primaries Tomorrow

By: Monday June 7, 2010 8:30 am

A “super Tuesday” of primaries in 11 states features three races–Arkansas, California and Nevada–that will affect the makeup of the US Senate.

What Can You Say — We Dared You, Blanche

By: Wednesday May 19, 2010 11:18 am

Bill Halter outperformed the polls last night, chalking up 42.5% of the vote (136,660) to Blanche Lincoln’s 44.5% (145,207). That left D.C. Morrison with 13% (42,349). It doesn’t take a genius to see where this is headed.  The momentum is all in Halter’s favor for the June 8 runoff. As Addy Stan writes today,  it [...]

Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, and Oregon Primary Thread – Part 1

By: Tuesday May 18, 2010 6:00 pm

Tonight is a primary night with elections in Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Arkansas and Oregon. Polls close at (all eastern times) Kentucky: 6 pm Pennsylvania: 8 pm Arkansas: 8:30 pm Oregon: 11 pm Election results for Kentucky can be found at AP or Politico. The big races are the contested Senate primaries in KY, PA and AR, [...]

Bill Halter’s First TV Ad: Get It Done!

By: Tuesday March 2, 2010 2:56 pm

It was just yesterday that Arkansas Lt. Governor Bill Halter jumped into the Senate Democratic primary race against incumbent Sen. Blanche Lincoln. With only 11 weeks until the May 18th primary election Halter is wasting no time getting his campaign underway. He is already up with his first TV ad. If this first ad is [...]

AR-Sen: Bill Halter Wins Backing of AFL-CIO and Progressive Grassroots

By: Tuesday March 2, 2010 11:33 am

With many political observers believing that Blanche Lincoln is the incumbent senator most likely to lose in the general election, the Arkansas Democratic primary will probably be one of the most closely watched primary elections this season.

In Re-Election Bid, Blanche Lincoln Getting Crushed By John Boozman, Says New Poll

By: Tuesday February 2, 2010 12:03 pm

A New PPP poll shows Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) in terrible shape heading into the midterms. In a head-to-head matchup, Senator Lincoln loses to possible Republican opponent John Boozman, 33% to 56%. Lincoln’s approval rating has sunk to just 27%, with 62% of voters in the state disapproving of her. She’s at a middling 51% even [...]

Exclusive: Arkansas Democrat Vic Snyder Trailing Tim Griffin 39% to 56%; Individual Mandate Penalty Unpopular with 3 of 4 Voters

By: Thursday January 14, 2010 11:00 pm

FDL/SurveyUSA poll, 1/11-1/13, likely voters, Margin of Sampling Error: ± 3.9% If there were an election for US House of Representatives today, and the only two candidates on the ballot were Democrat Vic Snyder and Republican Tim Griffin, who would you vote for? Vic Snyder (D) 39% Tim Griffin (R) 56% Undecided 5% In a [...]

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